In 1972 the first Welsh 'hypermarket' opened - the Carrefour in Caerphilly.Read the full story ›
Watch a Welsh regiment take part in a leek eating ceremony in 1973.Read the full story ›
Owain Phillips is joined by Labour's Carolyn Harris, Conservative Chris Davies and Liberal Democrat MP Roger Williams.Read the full story ›
The demolition of much of the original housing was intended make way for a modern housing estate and high rise apartment blocks.Read the full story ›
In an interview with his former neighbour Huw Llywelyn Davies, we hear of Edwards' early life growing up in Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen near Ammanford.Read the full story ›
TWW cameras traveled on the last passenger train from Newport to Brecon. The film includes rare footage of the lost village of Pantywaun.Read the full story ›
Characters Miss Blodyn Tatws, Llewelyn, Caleb, Dan Dwr and Dyn Creu were household names.Read the full story ›
In 1961 each county of Wales was allowed to hold a vote on the Sunday opening of public houses. Some parts of Wales, on religious and cultural reasons, voted to stay 'dry' while other parts voted to go 'wet'.
In this report the men of 'dry' Hendy, Carmarthenshire cross the bridge into 'wet' Pontarddulais, West Glamorgan on the Sabbath for a drink, and some of them are very pleased with the changes.