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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.

Wales On TV: Episode 8

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

In 1983 Charles and Diana wow the crowds at Caerphilly Castle.

In 1999 Pass Go! Wales gets its own Monopoly edition.

Wales On TV: Episode 7

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

In 1976 it’s a comedy night out at Caerphilly’s Double Diamond Club.

In 1997 the Urdd Eisteddfod is on the march for its 75th birthday.

Coast & Country: Episode 23

Ruth Wignall is at Dyffryn Gardens which is undergoing a huge restoration project.

Andrew Price meets the animals who live to over a hundred years.

And we meet the Mr & Mrs champion cyclists tackling Snowdonia.

Wales On TV: Episode 6

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

In 1977, the skater boys of Caldicot demand a place of their own.

In 1998 it’s demolition day for Wales’ Empire Pool.

Wales On TV: Episode 5

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

In 1982 ‘Clunk, Click’, wearing a seatbelt becomes law.

In 1990 karaoke night arrives in your local for the first time.

Welsh Lives: Episode 4

Ordinary people, extraordinary stories.

Fleet Street photographer John Downing has documented some of the most significant world events of the last fifty years but has never forgotten his Welsh Roots.

Wales On TV: Episode 4

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

In 1974 there’s a holy row as the musical Godspell opens in Cardiff.

In 1985 there are health and safety concerns over the BMX bike craze.