On this week's episode of Newsweek Wales, Carl Edwards chats to people who met Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their visit to Cardiff earlier this week. Plus, we hear from Ryan Giggs on his new role as Wales Manager.
Spring and the tourists get the tills ringing and the boatmen smiling.
Menai, the Olive Ridley turtle washed up outside Frankie’s Sea Zoo is miraculously making good progress - and landscape photographer Glyn hosts his own exhibition
On this week's Sharp End, Owain Phillips was joined by Mark Reckless for the Welsh Conservative group, Labour's Mike Hedges and Plaid Cymru's Adam Price to talk over the collapse of UK Government Carillion and its impact on Wales, Leanne Wood's plans to bring power back to the people and the latest addition to the Wales Office.
On Newsweek Wales this week, we speak to Jessica Davies, star of School For Stammerers, about her amazing journey in overcoming her stammer. Also on the programme, we catch up with Paralympian Ellie Simmonds on what it's like to receive an honorary degree from Swansea University.
Winters may be bleak and harsh but the sheltered waters provide a year round playground for Ali and the Plas Menai instructors.
Frankie’s Sea Zoo gets an unexpected guest…boatmen Stan and Emrys repair their boats…..and landscape photographer Glyn escapes to the surrounding snowcapped hills
Joining Owain Phillips for the first show of the year were David Melding AM for the Conservatives, Plaid Cymru's Rhun ap Iorwerth AM and Vikki Howells from Labour. And first up for discussion Theresa May's reshuffle, the First Minister on his future, Brexit and winter health pressures, and the cut in the Severn bridge tolls.
The Menai Strait – a magical stretch of sea that separates the isle of Anglesey from mainland Wales.
This series brings you a year in the life of the Strait – capturing the beauty of 4 glorious seasons and the life cycle of the men and women who live here.
The beauty and challenges of life on the most incredible saltwater river in Britain.
A year in the life of the Brecon Beacons National Park as it celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Meet the people who live and work in one of the most beautiful places in Britain.