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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

Newsweek Wales - July 16th 2017

On Newsweek Wales this week, Carl Edwards heard from the victim of an online rental scam - and learned what we can do to protect ourselves. Plus a look back at some of the other stories that made the headlines this week - including the feathered fugitive getting the town of Usk in a bit of a flap!

Wales On TV: Episode 9

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

Sunday pub opening, milk bottle shortages and lady lorry drivers are making headlines in 1975. Plus Cardiff buses replace conductors with automatic ticket machines, soya is served in Welsh restaurants and the search is on for motorists who have driven a million miles.

Moving onto 1998 and Charlotte Church releases her first album - aged 12, a Valleys’ family set up a pub in their front room and we have the wheelie bin that got a parking ticket.

Newsweek Wales - July 9th 2017

On Newsweek Wales this week, Carl Edwards met Gareth Hughes who is recovering from the horrific motorbike crash, which left him paralysed, with a little help from his friends.

Plus a catch up on some of the other stories making the headlines this week, including the free bus initiative aiming to get people out and about to see the sights of Wales and the heroic seven-year-old boy who came his mum's aid when she collapsed.

Wales On TV: Episode 8

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

From 1963: Chepstow looks forward to the Severn Bridge opening, in Cardiff, the shocking state of housing is exposed and the Queen tours north Wales.

1994 was the year the National Lottery was launched, Sunday trading hours were introduced and there was series of explosions at an oil refinery in Milford Haven

Newsweek Wales - July 2nd 2017

On this week's show, Carl Edwards was joined by Sam Baker, whose son Chris uses art to overcome his autism and Meleri Thomas from the National Autistic Society to talk about how Chris's confidence has grown with his artistic success. Plus a look back at some of the other stories making the headlines over the past week, including the florist using her skills to bring little cheer to people's lives.

Wales On TV: Episode 7

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

From 1982: The Pope visits Wales, massive winter snows hit many communities, Harry Secombe is out signing his new books and a snake trainer is bitten while trying to set new record for sleeping with the reptiles.

And 2000 brings fuel protests, early call centres for banking on the move and belly dancing in Gwynedd. Meanwhile Sam Hammam buys Cardiff City.

Adrian's Welsh Bites: Episode 7

Adrian Masters dines with some of the most famous faces in Wales, getting to know the people behind the personas. Tonight, as the pop band Steps enjoy a second wave of success in the charts, Ian (H) Watkins tells all about fame, fallouts and parenthood.