20 year is a long time, especially in the world of politics. To mark the 20th anniversary of the devolution referendum, which led to the creation of the National Assembly for Wales, Adrian was joined by four AMs who have been there since the start - Liberal Democrat Kirsty Williams, the current Deputy Presiding Officer Labour's Ann Jones, the former deputy Presiding Officer Conservative David Melding and the former Presiding Officer Dafydd Elis Thomas.
Wales This Week speaks to some of the online stars of tomorrow and asks if this world of smartphones, sexy clothes and steamy TV Shows is causing our children to grow up far too quickly.
This week on Newsweek Wales Megan Boot was joined by Frances Beecher from homeless charity, Llamau, to discuss the reaction to the Wales This Week coverage on homelessness. Plus, we take a look at the small house on Anglesey that's going under the hammer.
The story of Wales through the decades - as seen on the small screen - along with the pop music of the day. From 1961: The Germans are coming - 16 years after the end of World War Two, German soldiers start training in Pembrokeshire - sparking protest from locals. Shirley Bassey is in Cardiff after a world tour, and there are calls to ban drivers from smoking in their cars.
Fast forward to 2003 and mass protests against the war in Iraq, Concorde visits Cardiff and a vast collection of antique toys is discovered in Llandudno Junction
Sharp End returns for a new series. Special guest First Minister Carwyn Jones is interviewed by Adrian Masters about Brexit, his ambitions for further devolution, funding to tackle homelessness and his relations with Jeremy Corbyn.
Filmed in a single day, Wales This Week takes a snapshot of life on the streets of Wales’ capital city.
Andrea Byrne meets rough sleepers who describe the struggles of their daily lives, and speaks to some of the people who are trying to help them.
1978 sees an attempt on the world land speed record in Carmarthenshire, UFOs over Anglesey, pancake making records in Cardiff and skateboarding crowds in Rhyl.
From 1984 we have the death of Richard Burton, the birth of pay-at-the-pump petrol stations, and a dolphin in a Newport swimming pool
It’s 1992 and chimpanzees escape from a wildlife park near Neath, budgies are rented out to lonely pensioners in Prestatyn, Wrexham celebrates a famous FA cup victory and, if you’re called Jones, come to the biggest gathering of Joneses that Ebbw Vale has ever seen.
Fast forward to 2004 and Katherine Jenkins is launching her recording career, Cardiff is opening its Millennium Centre and two tennis coaches try to break a world record in Wrexham