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.
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.
Tastes of Autumn. Andrew Price goes foraging for wild mushrooms in Rhayader while Ruth Wignall samples cider at an apple orchard near Pontypool. Hannah Thomas learns the art of making autumn chutney, while Huw Richards has the latest seasonal tips from his garden in Tregaron.
Adrian Masters is joined by local government leader Debbie Wilcox, UKIP AM David Rowlands and independent Plaid Cymru AM Neil McEvoy. They discuss Theresa May's dash to Brussels for Brexit talks over dinner, signs of a breakthrough in the row between the Welsh and UK governments over the EU withdrawal bill, the latest round of cuts faced by local councils and a proposal to ask ordinary voters, chosen at random, to scrutinise Welsh legislation.
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
OCD - or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - is a mental health illness which can destroy lives. But how much help is there in Wales for those who are suffering?
Wales this Week hears from one woman who says she had to pay for private treatment to fight her obsession, and we speak to a father whose daughter had to go to England to be treated.
Mountain Highs. Andrew Price tackles Crib Goch - the most dangerous and challenging route up Mount Snowdon. Ruth Wignall finds out about first aid for dogs in the mountains and visits picturesque waterfalls near Betws-y-Coed. Meanwhile, Rob Shelley takes an autumn ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
This week on Newsweek Wales, Carl Edwards is joined by Cardiff born Bryan Bale who is the star of the documentary Batchelor 38, an autobiographical journey exploring life as a gay man in the sixties. Plus meet a women from north Wales who has knitted her way into a nomination for the Women of the Year Award.