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.
X45 Service is not servicing Rhoose or Aberthaw due to a serious incident sorry for the inconvenience.From @estcoach on Twitter:
Service update - X91 - due to a serious RTC this will be redirected via B4265 not servicing Rhoose or Aberthaw sorry for the inconvenienceFrom @Cardiffbus on Twitter:
Police say the collision happened at around 8.50am
– South Wales Police
A car has overturned near Rhoose Primary School and there are a number of casualties – including adults and children.
The ages of those involved are not yet known. The road has been closed.
Traffic has returned to normal after the earlier accident on the M4 Malpas Straight Eastbound at J26 A4051 (Malpas Road).
This weekend the RNLI Lifeguards return to work at Pembrokeshire's beaches. Ahead of a busy summer ensuring the safety of beach goers, their efforts in the rescue of two surfers last June have been praised.
– Philip Davies, RNLI Lifeguard Manager
It's a pleasure to recognise the great work that the RNLI team were involved in at Newgale last year. RNLI lifeguards face all kinds of scenarios on the beach, and due to the intensive training they take part in throughout the season, they've got the skills and abilities to face anything and help those in trouble on the coast.'
Pembrokeshire lifeguards are to receive a special award from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) for the rescue of two surfers last year.
The surfers - a male and female in their 20s - had climbed onto some rocks and were unable to return to shore after getting caught in a rip current.
Scott Candler, Ben Ablitt, Cameron Chancey and George Strotter will be presented with the RNLI Alison Saunders Lifeguarding Awards - named after the former RNLI Deputy Chairperson - for the 'daring' rescue carried out on Newgale beach last June.
It's a very different picture this morning with most of us waking up to a dull and damp start.
Temperatures aren't going to be as high as they have been over the past few days.
There is a chance of more stormy weather to the west.
A woman has died in a road accident on the A4226 Rhoose bypass.
The collision occurred at 22.55pm yesterday evening, between the junctions of the British Airways test beds and the monument roundabout of Cardiff Airport.
South Wales Police say a red and black motorbike collided with a green Vauxhall Corsa.
– South Wales Police
The motorcycle was being ridden easterly towards the general direction of Barry, the Corsa in the opposite direction towards St. Athan.
The motorcycle collided with the Corsa which has resulted in the female rider of the motorcycle sustaining fatal injuries.
Police are now appealing for witnesses to contact them on 101, or to contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The iOS version of a new beaches app will be launched later this morning in Kenfig, with the Android versions also available to download in a few weeks.
– Emyr Roberts, Chief Executive of Natural Resources Wales
The app will help highlight some of the excellent recreational opportunities that are available for people in Wales and the visitors who come to explore. The Wales Coast Path showcases the diversity of the landscape and habitats of Wales, from the urban environments to the vast countryside, linking up our nation."
In many parts of Wales, it's been the sort of day when you might have thought about heading to the beach.
Soon you'll be able to take advantage of a new app available from today which tells you all you need to know about the beach you may be heading to.
Carl Edwards reports.