Wales This Week

Wales This Week: Fit After Fifty

As Wales is hit with warnings about poor health and obesity we have the essential tips for staying healthy in middle and older age with stories from experts and inspirational people who are determined to stay fit after fifty.

How To Be Happy: Part 2

It’s something most of us want, but few of us seem to achieve. With evidence suggesting that happy people actually live longer, ITV Wales takes a look at what makes us truly happy - and exactly how we can all turn those frowns upside down!

How To Be Happy

It’s something most of us want, but few of us seem to achieve. With evidence suggesting that happy people actually live longer, ITV Wales takes a look at what makes us truly happy - and exactly how we can all turn those frowns upside down!

Wales This Week: On The Line

With children as young as 12 dealing drugs on our streets, Wales This Week investigates the phenomenon of County Lines.

We meet the people fighting back against big city gangs, and find out why Wales is a target.

Wales This Week: Fighting Fake Fags

Cheap cigarettes may cut costs but are they safe?

Tonight, Wales This Week investigates the murky world of illicit tobacco.

We go undercover to see how easy it is to buy illegal cigarettes and follow enforcement teams, tackling black market tobacco.

Wales This Week: Anorexia and Me

To mark the beginning of Mental Health Awareness week, we meet some of the young men and women who are living with eating disorders here in Wales.

While the physical side of these conditions have been widely reported, we hear about the emotional struggles they face with each and every day and from those who say they have learned to live with these complex mental health disorders.

Wales This Week: Land of the Gun

In a special report, Siôn Jenkins meets Welsh families in Las Vegas who deal daily with life in the ‘Land of the Gun’.

Just months after the mass shooting there, he sees how easy it is to buy a deadly weapon.

And with protests about gun controls deepening, he hears of Welsh hopes and fears in the self styled ‘entertainment capital of the world’.