Catch up on the latest episode of The Ferret broadcast on ITV Cymru Wales on Friday 14 June.
Rain, showers, wind, sunny spells... we've had it all over the last few days. Mediocre weather - but marvellous pictures!
Welsh comedian Rob Brydon and classical singer and television presenter Aled Jones are among those named.
Any isolated lingering showers will quickly clear away through this evening, with a largely dry night to follow and some clear spells at times. Winds remaining light.
A dry and bright day across the country on Wednesday, with plenty of warm sunny spells and generally light northerly winds. Maximum temperature 23 °C.
Kieran was a fantastic son to David and I and a loving big brother to Aaron (8) and Steffan (6). Kieran was a keen bodybuilder who enjoyed all sorts of sports including football and generally keeping fit. He was well thought of within his work as a plumber and was a hard working lad with drive and ambition, and aspired to start his own business.
– Donna Arnold, Kieran Arnold's mother
Kieran was a handsome young man who spent most of his time with his long-term girlfriend Lizzie. Kieran has been tragically taken from us at the age of 21, and will be sorely missed by every member of his loving family. His loss has affected the whole family greatly. David and I extend our deepest thanks to all our family and friends for their help and support throughout this devastating event.
A man who died in a crash in Flintshire on Monday has been named as Kieran Arnold.
The 21 year old, from Cymau near Wrexham, suffered fatal injuries in a collision between a silver Land Rover Discovery and a white and orange Ford Transit van on the A541 Pontblyddyn to Caergwrle road at around 5pm.
A 47-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and is currently in police custody.
North Wales Police is appealing for witnesses to the collision to contact PC Mark Lightfoot at the Roads Policing Unit by phoning 101 and quote reference RC 13095250.
Almost thirty years ago, infamous clashes took place between striking miners and police in South Yorkshire. Today, there are new calls for a public inquiry into the actions of police during the so-called Battle of Orgreave.
South Yorkshire Police were mainly responsible for policing the picket - the same force who were recently made to apologise for their handling of the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.
Tonight, our current affairs programme Y Byd ar Bedwar speaks to two ex-miners who were accused of rioting in Orgreave, and investigates claims that senior police officers attempted to trap and frame protestors.
Gwyn Loader reports.
You can watch the programme on S4C tonight at 9.30pm.
Former Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones is to leave politics and take up a new role. The Assembly Member today thanked the people of Ynys Mon - where he has been an AM since 1999.
A by-election will now take place when Mr Wyn Jones takes up his new role as Head of the Menai Science Park project.
Ian Lang reports.
The future of tolls on the Severn Crossings is being discussed in Westminster today.
The Welsh Affairs Select Committee heard evidence from Transport Minister Stephen Hammond on the UK Government's plans for the bridges when they transfer to public ownership.
"I'll actually be starting in the job in July, and then I'll be discussing with the party locally the precise that at which I'll be standing down from the Assembly" Ieuan Wyn Jones tells ITV News.
"That is something which we're currently in no rush to do because there's just been a local government election and people are exhausted after that."
The best of the brightness will be in the north, with some nice long spells of sunshine.
Temperatures across Wales will hold up nicely, in the early twenties. There is the chance of odd showers, but they will fade as the evening draws closer.
Any isolated lingering showers will quickly clear away through this evening, with a largely dry night to follow and some clear spells at times. Winds remaining light. Tomorrow is shaping up to be a pretty decent day with plenty of sunny spells.
Two companies which appear in BBC3 series The Call Centre have been fined close to £250,000 for nuisance calls, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has said.
Nationwide Energy Services has received a penalty of £125,000, while We Claim You Gain has been hit with a £100,000 fine. Both companies are part of Save Britain Money Ltd, based in Swansea.
The penalties include the first one issued against a company linked to nuisance calls relating to payment protection insurance (PPI).
The companies feature in fly-on-the wall docu-soap The Call Centre, which follows the ups and downs of chief executive Nev Wilshire and his staff.
Penalties were issued after the companies were found to be responsible for more than 2,700 complaints to the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) or reports to the ICO using its online survey, between May 26 2011 and the end of last December.
Neither company carried out adequate checks to see whether the people they were calling had registered with the TPS, which is a legal requirement.
Kirsty Williams, the leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has paid tribute to Plaid Cymru's Ieuan Wyn Jones who's announced he's stepping down from the Assembly.
On personal level Ieuan never showed me anything but the utmost kindness and courtesy...Undoubtedly the referendum for further powers was greatly assisted by his contribution. I wish him well as he leaves this chamber.