Episode four sees Kevin adapting to a new way of living after undergoing major surgery to remove his oesophagus.
Allyson, who has terminal bowel cancer, is keeping her hopes high that she’ll make it to a very special Summer party, her thirtieth wedding anniversary.
This week, Adrian Masters was joined by Cllr Bablin Molik for the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Russell George AM from the Welsh Conservatives and Wales Governance Centre's Prof Roger Awan-Scully to discuss Wales's poverty problems, the continuity bill and the Welsh Liberal Democrats' Spring conference. Meanwhile Owain Phillips was in Westminister as Theresa May faced MPs for the first time since the Syria strikes.
Wales This Week reveals the stories behind the statistics on poverty.
We meet families in Swansea who are struggling to make ends meet, and the people helping them survive, skint.
This week, Carl Edwards takes a look back at the news in Wales including how the farming industry in Wales has been bogged down by bad weather and the ultimate Royal Appointment - we catch up with the charity worker invited to Harry and Meghan's big day.
This week we follow two patients at two different stages of their cancer journeys.
Rebecca, a young mum who’s been having chemotherapy for two years for incurable abdominal cancer and Pauline who’s coming to terms with her diagnosis of anal cancer and the stigma surrounding it.
Adrian Masters is joined by Tonia Antoniazzi MP, Glyn Davies MP and Helen Mary Jones from the Morgan Academy at Swansea University. They discuss the Welsh Government's decision to stop co-operating with the Ministry of Justice's plans for new prisons, whether it's time for a new drugs policy, the fishing industry's concerns about Brexit and the row over the renaming of the Second Severn Crossing as the Prince of Wales Bridge.
In episode one we see first-hand the dedication of the army of staff at Velindre Cancer Centre as they care for their patients.
From receptionists to radiographers, clinical psychologists to porters this array of individuals are determined to make the patients’ experience as positive as possible.
This week David’s about to start his treatment following complex surgery to remove a tumour from his brain and Rosa finds talking difficult after having cancer removed from her cheekbone.
On a hour-long programme, Adrian Masters was joined by Institute of Welsh Affairs director Auriol Miller, Plaid Cymru's Eurfyl ap Gwilym, Nick Ramsay from the Conservatives and Hefin David for Labour. Topics for discussion included the Plaid Cymru conference, Owen Smith's sacking and the Welsh Government commissioned review into justice and policing.