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Newsweek Wales - Sunday 17th February 2019

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.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday January 27th

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.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday February 3rd

On this week's programme, Carl Edwards was joined by Andrea Byrne, who's been investigating the spread of sepsis after the death of her father, Alan. Adrian Masters was in the studio attempting to make sense of this week's Brexit developments and we also took a look back at the rest of the week's news.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 13th January

What's the answer to dealing with mental health emergencies? We're out with the police teams under pressure to respond to an overwhelming number of calls.

Plus a special welcome home for Captain Louis Rudd who, after completing much of his training in Brecon, has become the first Briton to trek unaided across Antarctica.

Stories From The Sea: Episode 5

We take a look back at some hidden treasures from the ITV Wales Archive, and celebrate some our favourite stories from the sea.

Tonight, the unusual tale of two sailors in their attempt to circumnavigate Wales by boat.

Stories From The Sea: Episode 4

We take a look back at some hidden treasures from the ITV Wales Archive, and celebrate some our favourite stories from the sea.

Tonight, an archaeological find which captured the hearts and minds of an entire city as the Newport ship sees light for the first time in over 500 years