The lighthouses of Wales are the sentinels of the sea - flashing their warnings to passing seafarers and keeping ships safe.
But their histories tell many stories, not only of shipwrecks and sailors rescued, but of a lost way of life.
In Fishlock’s Choice, Trevor Fishlock investigates the lonely but rewarding lives of the keepers who once manned the lighthouses and he discovers how these coastal towers made the Victorian owners vast fortunes.
In Mumbles he hears about a shipwreck which made two local women heroes throughout the country.
NEW SERIES - The story of Wales through the decades - as seen on the small screen - along with the pop music of the day.
Tonight, from the Sixties, we watch Welsh singer Mary Hopkin become an international recording star, we test out early flat-pack furniture and take a trip on Barry Island’s Wall of Death. Plus, from the 1980s, we witness the end of the miners’ strike, meet a Ceredigion man sailing around the world and watch the Romans return to Caerleon.
Adrian Masters dines with some of the most famous faces in Wales, getting to know the people behind the headlines.
Tonight - TV's favourite weather presenter Sian Lloyd as we have never seen her before. Cooking up a storm in the kitchen of her mid-Wales home, and giving us a rare insight into her life away from the spotlight.
Adrian Masters is joined by three MPs. Liz Saville Roberts, Chris Bryant and Mark Williams discuss how to respond to the use of poison gas in Syria, the repercussions of the defection by Mark Reckless from UKIP to the Conservative Assembly Group and how the European Union is reacting to the start of the Brexit process.