When a landlord disappeared in Swansea, police in South Wales launched a murder inquiry. But their prime suspect had fled the country after hiding the body in a quarry
This week detectives reveal their evidence from the crime file and how they caught a killer on the run.
This week Adrian Masters was joined by new Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds, Labour's former Counsel General Mick Antoniw, Llyr Gruffydd from Plaid Cymru and Auriol Miller, director of the Institute of Welsh Affairs, to discuss an unprecedented week in Welsh politics, including the independent inquiry into Carl Sargeant's death and claims of a 'toxic' atmosphere on the ministerial floor.
A man under suspicion of murder in Wrexham was playing a game of cat and mouse with police.
This week Andrea Byrne reveals how detectives managed to outsmart the killer and prove the murder case of Ermatati Rodgers.
Adrian Masters is joined by AMs Dawn Bowden and Rhun ap Iorwerth, David Davies MP, Cerys Furlong from the equality at work charity Chwarae Teg and the political commentator Valerie Livingston. They discuss the impact of the allegations of sexual harassment at Westminster and in Cardiff Bay.
Women should be able to report allegations of sexual harassment without feeling unsafe, says First Minister Carwyn Jones.
Allegations against Alyn and Deeside AM Carl Sargeant, which led to his sacking from the Welsh Government's cabinet, were reported to the First Minister's office last Monday. Mr Jones told ITV Wales Political Editor Adrian Masters that he is not aware of any other allegations against AMs, but the party leaders will meet with the Presiding Officer on Tuesday to discuss what action needs to be taken in the Assembly.
The team celebrate Wales’s ‘Year of Legends’ by visiting some of our most legendary places.
Ruth Wignall explores the ruins of Pennard Castle on Gower, which is said to have been destroyed by fairies. Andrew Price investigates the myths surrounding St Govan’s Chapel in Pembrokeshire while Rob Shelley sniffs out the tale of a Prince and his dog in Snowdonia.
In the first episode of the new series, Andrea Byrne takes an exclusive look at the crime file of a body wrapped in a bag in the South Wales Valleys.
The case shocked the nation but now police reveal the evidence from their investigation and we unravel the secrets of the Sabine family.
On this week's Sharp End, Adrian Masters was joined by Welsh Conservatives leader Andrew RT Davies talking leadership, elections and the allegations of sexual harassment in Westminster.