Wales This Week looks at a controversial project run by a Welsh charity working with perpetrators of domestic abuse. Traditionally charities have been working with victims but Atal Y Fro, based in Barry, has adopted a unique model from New Zealand and works with perpetrators as well.
Wales This Week looks at a controversial project run by a Welsh charity working with perpetrators of domestic abuse.Read the full story ›
If you missed tonight's episode of Wales This Week, Test Tube Triumph, you can now catch up hereRead the full story ›
More than 17,000 people are born every year in the UK after successful IVF treatment. And thirty years ago, Wales this Week was there at the birth of one the very first test tube babies in Wales.
Three decades on, Wales this Week catches up with the Dyer family, and talks to the experts about how IVF treatment has advanced in the last thirty years.
Animal welfare campaigners have claimed that working dogs on some Welsh farms are struggling to survive, hidden from view in appalling conditions.
ITV Wales has been given secretly-shot film evidence which suggests that some dogs and their pups are being neglected and mistreated.
Animal welfare campaigners have claimed that working dogs on some Welsh farms are struggling to survive.Read the full story ›
A team of Welsh paramedics are saving lives six thousand miles from their Pontypridd base.Read the full story ›
They knock on our doors, preaching peace and good will. But now victims of a South Wales sex abuser claim his crimes were covered up by the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Victims of sex abuse by a Welsh Jehovah’s Witness call on the church to change its policy of self-policing.Read the full story ›
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