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Newsweek Wales - Sunday 15th March

Mike Griffiths meets a brother and sister to talk about the importance of living organ donation. Hannah Tanhai donated a kidney to her brother Tim Lyn in 2014.

And we're joined by superstar volunteer Pat Grant, fresh from her triumph at this year's Prince's Trust Awards.

Wales On TV: Episode 11

The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen.

In 1988 it’s ‘eyes down’ for the opening of a Swansea bingo club.

In 1995 Pavarotti flies in for a night at the eisteddfod.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 26th January

On Newsweek Wales, we talk to Dr Ardiana Gjini about why the HPV virus, which causes 99% of cervical cancer, is so misunderstand. Plus we look book at at the remarkable life of the late Monty Python legend Terry Jones and hear why the Duchess of Cambridge found life challenging living on Anglesey after the birth of her son.

Wales On TV: Episode 9

The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen.

In 1991 the mystery footprints troubling Porth.

In 1996 Let it Snow! Wales’ worst weather for over a decade.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 19th January

On Newsweek Wales, the Welsh high streets that are struggling to survive, with around one in seven of our high street shops now empty. But what can be done to help? Plus, why rugby legend James Hook is swapping the pitch for paper to try his hand as a children's author. And we hear from the the 91-year-old man that's been given a lifetime supply of free drinks after joining his local club 70 years ago.