On Newsweek Wales this week, after hearing one family's heartbreaking story of losing their son to flu Carl Edwards speaks to a Consultant Epidemiologist about the importance of being vaccinated. Also, we hear from one welsh veteran whose story will be part of a World War Two exhibition being set up in Normandy.
Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price celebrate some of their favourite moments from the series this year. Ruth tries sheep trekking in the Brecon Beacons, beach horseriding in Carmarthenshire and gets up close to the puffins on Skomer Island. Meanwhile, Andrew sees a team of Siberian huskies in training in Snowdonia and meets an artist in Pembrokeshire who makes sculptures out of debris found in the sea.
Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price look back at some of their favourite moments from the series this year. Ruth meets a sand artist in Tenby who creates stunning patterns in the sand, and takes a ride on a speedboat off the coast of Milford Haven. Meanwhile, Andrew relives his Snowdonia mountain adventures and meets a team of scallop divers in Pembrokeshire.
This week Andrea Byrne investigates the international manhunt for an American after his girlfriend was found dead at a Cardiff hotel. Detectives reveal shocking evidence from the case including their phone negotiations with the killer. And the girl’s family speak out about the online romance that turned into a nightmare.
On this week's Sharp End, Adrian Masters was joined by former minister Jane Hutt for Labour, UKIP's Neil Hamilton, Conservative Janet Finch-Saunders and Golwg Assembly Reporter Mared Ifan to discuss the growing pressure on the First Minister, UKIP's new leader's first trip to Wales and what's to come in the Chancellor's budget.
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.
This week Adrian Masters was joined by new Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds, Labour's former Counsel General Mick Antoniw, Llyr Gruffydd from Plaid Cymru and Auriol Miller, director of the Institute of Welsh Affairs, to discuss an unprecedented week in Welsh politics, including the independent inquiry into Carl Sargeant's death and claims of a 'toxic' atmosphere on the ministerial floor.
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.