Coast & Country at the Royal Welsh Show (Wed)

Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price see the sights and meet the people and animals involved in this year’s Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd. Hannah Thomas samples the action from the main ring on cobs day, Ruth meets the girl guides helping visitors at the show, while Andrew is with two award winning angora goat breeders hoping for success this year.

Wales On TV: Episode 11

The story of Wales through the decades as seen on the small screen - along with the pop music of the day.

Major drought, packed beaches, water rationing dominate headlines in 1976. Other highlights include a new 125 mph rail service, women joining the fire service and Status Quo get ready to rock Cardiff.

Fast forward to 2001 and Foot-and-mouth disease hits Welsh farmers, the Wales Air Ambulance is recruiting paramedics, steelworkers on Deeside are losing jobs, the Manic Street Preachers play Cuba and we meet the beer drinking parrot of the Rhondda

Drugs: The Next Epidemic

A year since so called legal highs were banned, Wales This Week witnesses the war on a new type of drug.

It's cheaper than heroin and potentially more dangerous; experts now warn of an emerging crisis on our streets.

Newsweek Wales - July 23rd 2017

Joining Carl Edwards on Newsweek Wales this week was travel expert Simon Calder, who took time out from a trip to Spain to discuss the options cancer patients have when it comes to travel insurance.
Plus a look back at some of the other stories making the headlines this week, including

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 13

Made in Wales: Ruth Wignall meets a pair of artists who use their tranquil location on the River Teifi as inspiration for making stained glass. Andrew Price catches up with the Pembrokeshire man who’s turning seaside debris into works of art, while Hannah Thomas visits a Radnorshire farm which developed a borehole into a multi-million pound business. We also meet a shepherdess with a passion for wool.

Wales On TV: Episode 10

The story of Wales through the decades as seen on the small screen - along with the pop music of the day.

From 1980: Hippies set up camp outside Llangollen, a Swansea landlord becomes cockle eating champion, Rhyl gets a monorail and Merthyr a new line of washing machines.

And from 1999: The Queen opens the first Welsh Assembly, police chase jet skiers in Gwynedd, and why music is cheering tomato growers in Pembrokeshire. Plus, the Welsh Guards recruit their first female musicians and the Rugby World Cup comes to the new Millennium Stadium

Sharp End July 17th

On this last edition of Sharp End before the summer break, Adrian Masters is joined by Plaid Cymru MP Liz Saville Roberts and from the Assembly Janet Finch-Saunders for the Conservatives and Rhianon Passmore for Labour.
This week, we're talking BREXIT, how some of our politicians have experienced bullying in the run up to the General Election and the effect raising tuition fees will have on students here in Wales.