When Garin Morgan was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, he was told he would never walk. Now his life has been completely transformed...Read the full story ›
Stephanie Owen says her ex-partner became controlling, before he began following her and bombarding her with phone calls, texts and emails.Read the full story ›
The Confederation of British Industry in Wales is warning that traffic congestion in towns and cities could be 'starving jobs'.Read the full story ›
Next month marks 100-years since the birth of Roald Dahl. In a special programme, ITV Cymru Wales has been finding out more about him.Read the full story ›
Fire fighters in the South Wales Valleys have warned that deliberate fire-setting is putting lives and properties at risk.Read the full story ›
Anna-Louise Bates lost her husband and 7-year-old son after they were hit by a car in December 2015.Read the full story ›
Seagulls hit the headlines last year when spates of ‘attacks’ on the public were reported across the UK. But are they really such a problem?Read the full story ›
BT made a pre-tax profit of £2.6 billion last year. But for some customers in rural Wales, that isn't translating into a successful service.Read the full story ›
Wales this Week follows the story of ex-rugby international Lee Byrne and the little known fact that he has dyslexia.
We learn about how his dyslexia has affected him over the years as well as how it may have potentially been the foundation behind his gift as a rugby player.
Through Lee’s eyes, we learn about what it is like to live with dyslexia in Wales, and the support which is available for those who have it.
Watch the programme and catch up on all previous episodes of Wales This Week here.