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Crime Files, Series 2, Episode 3

When a landlord disappeared in Swansea, police in South Wales launched a murder inquiry. But their prime suspect had fled the country after hiding the body in a quarry

This week detectives reveal their evidence from the crime file and how they caught a killer on the run.

Crime Files, Series 2, Episode 2

A man under suspicion of murder in Wrexham was playing a game of cat and mouse with police.

This week Andrea Byrne reveals how detectives managed to outsmart the killer and prove the murder case of Ermatati Rodgers.

Crime Files, Series 2, Episode 1

In the first episode of the new series, Andrea Byrne takes an exclusive look at the crime file of a body wrapped in a bag in the South Wales Valleys.

The case shocked the nation but now police reveal the evidence from their investigation and we unravel the secrets of the Sabine family.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 29th October

On this week's episode of Newsweek Wales, Megan Boot speaks to a nanny with over 25 years experience about ways to discipline children without smacking. Plus, we hear from the entrepreneur from Aberbare who became an African Queen overnight.

Wales On TV: Episode 23

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

Tonight, It’s 1964 and rail services across Wales face the axe, a mosque operates in the back of a Cardiff cafe, parents demand a Welsh speaking school in Burry Port and we visit the Welsh Greyhound Derby.

Plus, from 1983, Tom Jones is back in Wales - as is Princess Diana and women’s wrestling comes to North Wales

Terry Yorath: Life On The Edge

In a special programme the actor Rhys Ifans tells the story of Welsh footballing legend Terry Yorath who talks openly about the personal tragedies - and triumphs - that have shaped his life and sporting career.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 22nd October

On this week's episode of Newsweek Wales, Megan Boot speaks to the Royal British Legion about how children of service personnel are at a disadvantage here in Wales. Plus, we hear from the very surprised 'Fundraiser of the Year' nominee who will go forward to represent Wales in this year's Pride of Britain Awards.

Wales On TV: Episode 22

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

Tonight, Hollywood stars Sophia Loren and Gregory Peck film in Crumlin in 1965, there are protests at the opening of the controversial Treweryn reservoir and Llandudno sees the opening of a new ‘theme park’.

1996 sees a Lancaster bomber visiting St Athan, German tanks pulling out of Pembrokeshire, parts of Gwynedd vote in favour of Sunday pub opening and hidden treasure uncovered at a Welsh mansion