Plans are revealed to demolish Cardiff Castle and foreign holidays are taking off in the sixties.
Fast forward to the mid nineties and Welsh dogs are being exported to guard the Kremlin while Wales gets excited about a space rocket launch.
1969 + 1994 The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
In the sixties, X-rated films and gambling machines are hitting the headlines.
In the nineties, we’re hunting the mysterious big cat of mid Wales and meeting the furry animal stars of stage and screen.
On this week's programme, Brexit is back in the Commons, so Owain Phillips was joined by Chris Davies MP and Stephen Kinnock MP in Westminster. Meanwhile back in the studio, Adrian Masters discussed the Labour leadership and the latest candidate to throw her name into the hat, Eluned Morgan, with guests UKIP Assembly leader Caroline Jones AM, Labour's Mike Hedges AM and Mark Reckless AM from the Welsh Conservative Assembly group.
We're taking a break for a few weeks while the World Cup is on, we'll be back on July 9th.
She's been an MEP and sits in the House of Lords and now Eluned Morgan says she wants to be the next First Minister. Speaking to Adrian Masters, the Mid and West Wales AM says she wants to be the 'change candidate' against Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford, who has already declared, and Health Secretary Vaughan Gething who says he wants to be on the ballot.
When asked if she has the required five AMs to support her bid, Ms Morgan admitted she hasn't actually approached anyone yet, but said she has been focussing on finding our what the people of Wales want.
As Wales becomes the first country in the UK to offer a controversial new pregnancy test for Down’s Syndrome ,we examine what life is like for those living with the condition.
On this week's Newsweek Wales: We meet a retail expert to find out why household names, such as House of Fraser, are fading from our high streets. Plus we look at the project hoping to grow a new crop of gardeners for the future.
This week Adrian Masters was joined by Welsh Local Government Association leader Cllr Debbie Wilcox, Plaid Cymru MP Ben Lake and chairman of the Welsh Conservatives Byron Davies. They discussed the new rail franchise, the UK Government's Wylfa Newydd announcement, and the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon. We also heard from Swansea East MP Carolyn Harris and Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns.
1974 + 1989. The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
In the seventies, Wales falls in love with local radio, goes skiing in the Beacons and learns to fly frisbees.
In 1989, scratch DJs, graffiti and a school dating agency make headlines.