On Wales This Week we examine the legacy of mistakes made at maternity units at two valleys hospitals in the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board.
Adrian Masters talks to some of the leading personalities in Welsh life about the key moments in their careers and asks them about their memories and motives.
We're looking at the state of Plaid Cymru, speaking to 16 year olds about voting for the first time and discussing Wales' roadmap out of the lockdown
Ordinary people, extraordinary stories.
During the pandemic we've spent more time at home than ever before. Whether it has become a place of sanctuary or stress, we explore it all in this programme.
We look at the anti-vaccination movement and find out how misinformation around the coronavirus vaccines is being spread and the impact it can have.
Tonight, it's a toxic mix of climate change and our industrial past. We've been back to Skewen after the floods to see what work has been done.
We're with police as officers enforce lockdown restrictions. Plus, with gambling addiction on the rise, we speak to one woman who's struggled with addiction.
One month on from the transition period, we're looking at the effect of Brexit so far in Wales and discussing the online abuse that politicians receive.
Russel T Davies compares the 1980s AIDS crisis to the coronavirus pandemic in an interview about his latest drama, 'It's A Sin'.
This week, the First Minister defends his government's approach to the vaccination programme, plus we reveal the results of our latest opinion poll.
As 2020 draws to a close we've been speaking to those on the frontline for whom it's been utterly life changing. Plus: how consumers can prepare for Brexit.
This week we hear from Wales's decision makers on their perspective of handling a pandemic and making 'life and death' choices.
Sean visits Clyne Valley in Swansea where the area has become a haven for mountain bikers and Ruth joins the Tiger Bay Ramblers for a walk.
Ruth finds out more about traditional welsh blankets and visits the biggest collection in Wales where some designs date back hundreds of years.
Brexit is back - we hear from businesses about how the trade deal negotiations will affect them, plus we look ahead to next years Senedd election.
In a special programme investigating who runs sport in Wales, we exclusively reveal the lack of diversity of those in decision making role.
We hear from the Chief Medical Officer about why he's concerned about the festive season, plus more on calls for adequate housing to be made law.
He's known for excelling on the rugby pitch but referee Nigel Owens talks to Hannah Thomas about his plans to swap one field for another and become a farmer.