This week on Newsweek Wales, we hear from the Welsh cavalry soldiers who rushed to the aid of victims after the attack in Las Vegas. Plus, we find out the fate of your old pound coins with just a week left to spend them.
The story of Wales through the decades - as seen on the small screen - along with the pop music of the day. Tonight we go back to 1981 and Wales celebrates the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana, John Toshack takes Swansea from fourth division to the first and Llanelli’s Duport steelworks faces closure.
In 2002, Ebbw Vale’s tinplate works faces the same fate, as does a Cardigan clothing factory. Meanwhile driverless cars are tested in Cardiff and and a kite surfer travels from Ireland to Pembrokeshire
This week's Sharp End was a tale of two conferences, as both UKIP and the Conservatives held their autumn gatherings. Owain Phillips was joined in the studio by Darren Millar AM for the Conservatives, Labour MP Stephen Kinnock and UKIP's Caroline Jones to discuss the Catalonia referendum, the conferences and the Welsh Government's draft budget. Meanwhile Adrian Masters was in Manchester at the Conservative conference where he was joined by Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns MP.
It's been called a tragedy comparable to Hillsborough and a "cover up on an industrial scale".
Yet over thirty years since it hit the headlines victims of the so called ‘Tainted Blood Scandal’ are still waiting for answers as to how thousands of haemophiliacs were infected with diseases such as Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS.
With a public inquiry planned, Wales This Week speaks to the families living with the consequences of the scandal and asks why Welsh doctors and politicians kept the truth from the victims
On this week's show, Carl Edwards was joined by Sara Moseley from Mind Cymru to explore how stress and anxiety is affecting young people and what is being done in schools to help tackle it. Plus a look back at some of the other stories making the headlines this week including the band taking music streaming sites by storm an d
The story of Wales through the decades - as seen on the small screen - along with the pop music of the day. 1997 saw the death of Princess Diana and Wales vote in favour of devolution. In Holyhead, farmers blockade the port against Irish meat imports and in Pembrokeshire an oil refinery closes.
Rewind to 1966 and the nation mourns the dead of Aberfan and the Severn Bridge is opened. Meanwhile, Tom Jones passes his driving test and talks about the Green Green Grass of Home
It's conference season, so this week our Political Editor Adrian Masters was in Brighton with the Labour party, where Carwyn Jones and Jeremy Corbyn seemed to have cast aside any doubts they once had about each other.
Back in Cardiff, Owain Phillips was joined by Labour AM Vikki Howells, Conservative MP Chris Davies and Plaid Cymru AM Dr Dai Lloyd to discuss whether Theresa May's much-anticipated Florence speech has actually made a difference.
Andrea Byrne investigates the hygiene horrors lurking inside some of our restaurants and takeaways. Is it time we took a closer look at what and where we’re eating?