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.
1998 + 1971. The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
In the nineties a Welsh astronaut heads into space, a Cardiff student is caged in a zoo and Catatonia celebrate their first hit.
In the seventies, miners get paid in beer, English-only street signs are ripped down and we discover the joys of pillar box jumping.
After weeks of being asked if he's going to run to be the next leader of Welsh Labour, Vaughan Gething says he's confident his name will be on the ballot paper come September.
Four AMs published an open letter supporting the Health Secretary's bid last week, but Mr Gething is still one short of the five supporters required to be a candidate. He told our Political Editor Adrian Masters he's confident of getting the support he needs.
This week on Newsweek Wales, counting the cost of saying goodbye as funeral expenses rocket. Plus we speak to Josh who was born with Cystic Fibrosis. He was told he wouldn't live to 30 but proved doctors wrong by celebrating his birthday with a 24 hour fitness challenge.
Year of the Sea: Ruth Wignall heads out with members of a sailing club, near Pontypool, Monmouthshire, celebrating its 50th anniversary. Andrew Price is off to the beach to discover more about surfing and how boards can be adapted to suit all. Rob Shelley is finding out more about the beautiful, iconic beach huts of Abersoch.
1991 & 1972. The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
In the nineties we party at Butlins in Barry, ride a giant car crusher in Swansea and meet a chimpanzee that paints art in Colwyn Bay.
In the seventies, footballing god George Best enjoys a kick around with Welsh rugby legend Barry John and musical genius Larry Adler teaches us the harmonica.
This week, it was an hour-long special following the Welsh Conservative conference. Adrian Masters was joined by Suzy Davies for the Conservatives, Bethan Sayed from Plaid Cymru and Labour's Hefin David.
We also heard from Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies, Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns, UKIP's two Welsh leaders Caroline Jones and Neil Hamilton, and Neil McEvoy on the launch of his new political movement, Propel.
On Newsweek Wales, we look at the calls for more understanding and education around eating disorders. Plus, how Shirley Bassey is now the superstar of Snowdon.