New series Welsh Lives launches this week on ITV Cymru Wales, celebrating the lives of ordinary people with extraordinary stories.
The first episode, which airs on Thursday 28th March at 8.30pm, features two war heroes with remarkable tales of courage and survival.
Afghanistan veteran Shaun Stocker, from Wrexham, was left with life-changing injuries after stepping on a landmine. He shares his inspirational story of how it hasn't stopped him from living life to the fullest.
We also hear from 101-year-old Ron Jones from Newport, a World War Two veteran who survived the horrors of Auschwitz concentration camp and a death march across Europe.
The series has been produced by ITV's Carwyn Jones.
The new series explores the stories of people like David Wilson, the celebrated photographer seriously injured in a motorbike accident, who is now navigating the Pembrokeshire landscape to produce extraordinary images.
Also featured is Professor Meena Upadhyaya, who has overcome prejudice and the sudden death of her husband, to produce ground-breaking research into genetic diseases.
There’s a race against time to find a bone marrow match for young Marley Nicholls, surrounded by a family and supporters who have gone the extra mile to encourage us all to become donors.
And we hear the incredible story of university student and burns survivor Catrin Pugh, who is changing the face of fashion and beauty in the ongoing battle to represent difference.
Following the success of the series Dock of The Bay, also for ITV Cymru Wales, Welsh Lives is a new venture for presenter, Adeola Dewis.
Watch a preview of Welsh Lives below:
Welsh Lives is broadcast on ITV Cymru Wales on Thursdays at 8.30pm, starting on Thursday 28th March. The programme will also be available online at itv.com/walesprogrammes and as a podcast.