It's been a tough Winter for all involved at Portmeirion, but Spring arrives with its restorative powers.
The Prisoner superfans descend in full costume on the village for the Six of One annual convention and Nigel starts a big renovation job that will change the face of the central piazza.
The River Teifi is one of Wales’ longest rivers. From its source high in the Cambrian Mountains to the sea it meanders through some interesting communities.
Andrew Price joins fishermen, Hannah Thomas meets the water buffalo on the marshes and Ruth Wignall heads out on a boat to see the wildlife in Cardigan Bay.
It's recess for our politicians and you could be forgiven for thinking a general election might be on the cards as Theresa May headed for the Welsh hills for a walking holiday. Adrian Masters was joined in the studio by Professor Laura McAllister from Cardiff University and Labour MP Chris Elmore to discuss Brexit and what next with the cross-party talks.
Elsewhere, we were in Llandudno for the Welsh Labour conference where we heard from First Minister Mark Drakeford and UK party leader Jeremy Corbyn, while conference goers mulled over the question of a second referendum and tried to move on from its anti-semitism issues with the help of the Jewish Labour Movement.
This series brings you a year in the life of Portmeirion, home to ITV's 1960s cult series, The Prisoner.
In this ﬁrst episode, we get to know the men and women who are the guardians of this magical Italianate village.
Ordinary people, extraordinary stories.
A burns survivor changing the face of beauty and a family racing against time to save their son.
They connect communities and provide vital links, the bridges of Wales come in many shapes and sizes.
Ruth Wignall braves the heights of Newport’s Transporter Bridge.
Andrew Price crosses the defensive bridges to Caerphilly Castle and we meet the lighthouse keeper at Strumble head lighthouse, connected to the mainland by a small metal bridge.
With talks between Labour and Conservatives continuing, Adrian Masters looks at how the Brexit crisis is impacting on Welsh support for both parties. Plus a new Labour MP takes her seat but a new poll suggests her party's in trouble.
Ordinary people with extraordinary stories.
A photographer defying the odds and a pioneering scientist changing lives and fighting prejudice.