Ruth takes a walk in the hills of Penderyn with one very unusual creature. Meanwhile, Sean visits the beautiful Gwent Levels in Newport.
Sean visits the mighty Chepstow Castle to discover its history and Ruth takes to the sea onboard a state of the art research boat.
Sean visits Britain's highest ciderworks in the Cambrian Mountains and Ruth meets the llamas delivering essential food during lockdown.
Ruth visits a very special animal sanctuary on Gower where one lamb was given a second chance at life.
He's known for excelling on the rugby pitch but referee Nigel Owens talks to Hannah Thomas about his plans to swap one field for another and become a farmer.
Ruth finds out more about traditional welsh blankets and visits the biggest collection in Wales where some designs date back hundreds of years.
Sean visits Clyne Valley in Swansea where the area has become a haven for mountain bikers and Ruth joins the Tiger Bay Ramblers for a walk.