On tonight’s programme Ruth Wignall is in the Brecon Beacons with a wildlife photographer capturing images of red kites and beavers.
Andrew Price is kayaking and camping off the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales.
Rob Shelley is on an RSPB nature reserve in Conwy and there’s a new Dyfed Powys rural crime unit launch with Sion Jenkins.
1975 AND 1986. The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
In the seventies, there is anger at job losses in the steel industry and the public votes on membership of the Common Market.
In the eighties, rock royalty Bob Dylan arrives to make a film and Club 18 to 30 recruits holiday reps in Cardiff.
New Series: From Tiger Bay to Cardiff Bay.
Presenter Adeola Dewis explores the changing face of Cardiff's docklands, its rich history and diverse communities.
She hears about daily life on the docks and reveals the hidden gems of Cardiff’s seafaring past.
This is the Welsh capital as you’ve never seen it before
Wales This Week explores the world of the deaf community in Wales with personal stories of those living with hearing loss.
This week on Newsweek Wales, we heard from Plaid Cymru AM Steffan Lewis who is living with bowel cancer on why people eligible for the screening test should do it, we also take a look back at some of the other stories making the headlines this week including Ruthin residents views on Brexit and the students climbing Pen y Fan for a good cause.
1978 AND 1987. The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
In the seventies, there is anger over women’s pay and alien sightings in Pembrokeshire.
In the eighties, office are discovering computers and there is a new meal which cooks itself.
This week on Sharp End, the Welsh Labour leadership contest got underway with Mark Drakeford and Vaughan Gething both launching their campaigns (Eluned Morgan's will happen later this week), meanwhile we heard from Leanne Wood on life after leadership as Plaid Cymru's new leader Adam Price sets out his vision. To discuss all that, plus the prospect of a Brexit deal, Adrian Masters was joined by Sian Gwenllian from Plaid Cymru, Hefin David from Labour and Welsh Conservative chair Byron Davies.
Is Wales a nation hooked on prescription drugs?
It’s been described by some health experts as a “hidden epidemic” with more and more of us relying on antidepressants and painkillers.
Wales This Week investigates a growing prescription problem.