How a new law could improve the welfare of our pets, the campaign encouraging men to open up about their mental health, and the new sport taking Wales by storm.
In an age of selfies, celebrities and social media, Siôn Jenkins travels to Turkey to investigate the world's deadliest cosmetic procedure - the Brazilian Butt Lift.
He follows one Welsh women going under the knife to achieve her dream designer body.
On this week's programme, Adrian Masters was joined by Welsh Labour deputy leader Carolyn Harris and Prof Laura McAllister from Cardiff University to talk about Labour splits, while Rob Osborne gets the views of voters in Pontypridd and former MP Kim Howells.
Elsewhere House of Commons speaker John Bercow pays tribute to his friend Newport West MP Paul Flynn, and Adrian discusses the latest Brexit votes with Welsh Conservative leader Paul Davies and Prof McAllister.
On Newsweek Wales; the people that say they feel like prisoners in their own village after cuts to bus services.
Plus, the new fitness kick aimed at shedding pounds rather than scoring goals. And the teenager that will soon be joining the ranks of American Presidents and Hollywood A-Listers.
Being lonely can be hard to bear and even harder to talk about.
We find out what it feels like when loneliness comes to call and how small changes can make big differences.
This week Adrian Masters was joined by Labour's David Rees AM and Plaid Cymru's Eurfyl ap Gwilym to talk about where they'd like the Brexit negotiations to go, and dairy farmer Abi Reader and fellow farmer Conservative AM Andrew RT Davies to talk about the impact on farming.
Elsewhere Rob Osborne went to Llanybydder to talk to the local farmers and the Polish community on what they think will happen post-Brexit.
On today's Newsweek Wales, Shane Hatherall from the support group Dads Can Cymru discusses the lack of baby changing facilities available for fathers. Plus, there's a roundup of all the week's news.
On this week's programme, Alex Hartley was joined by Sarah Vining from Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust to discuss the decline in women attending their smear tests. Plus, former Wales International Rhys Thomas told us about the transplant games coming to Newport.