Wales This Week: The Lost Generation ?
Wales This Week: In Sickness and in Health
With uncertainty about foreign travel, more people than before could be choosing Wales this summer but who are the winners and losers in this holiday lottery ?
Wales This Week: Planning For The Future
On the programme, concerns that pressures on our courts system are leading to miscarriages of justice and we look at the growing demand for ethical fashion.
An exclusive investigation into lack of social distancing at the DVLA, which has been described as a "national scandal". Plus dog theft is on the rise in Wales.
On Wales This Week we examine the legacy of mistakes made at maternity units at two valleys hospitals in the Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board.
During the pandemic we've spent more time at home than ever before. Whether it has become a place of sanctuary or stress, we explore it all in this programme.
We look at the anti-vaccination movement and find out how misinformation around the coronavirus vaccines is being spread and the impact it can have.
We're with police as officers enforce lockdown restrictions. Plus, with gambling addiction on the rise, we speak to one woman who's struggled with addiction.
As 2020 draws to a close we've been speaking to those on the frontline for whom it's been utterly life changing. Plus: how consumers can prepare for Brexit.
In a special programme investigating who runs sport in Wales, we exclusively reveal the lack of diversity of those in decision making role.
Could the Welsh Government's plans for a ''green industrial revolution'' kickstart the economy after the recession and help achieve climate change targets?
The arrival of an asylum accommodation centre in Pembrokeshire has divided opinion in a local village. We've been hearing testimony from someone housed there
The impact of coronavirus on our health is well known, but the impact of lockdowns and social distancing on our livelihoods has been disastrous for some.
With some people still suffering from coronavirus symptoms long after they should have recovered, we have been granted access to a rehabilitation service.
After massive disruption to our education system, we look at how schools and pupils have been impacted by coronavirus
We examine the toll that looking after our most sick and vulnerable has taken on those who have been caring for them.
As the economic consequences of coronavirus begin to hit, we look at at those likely to suffer. Plus what will jetting off look like with such big changes?
How do our more rural communities feel about the prospect of an influx of visitors & we hear how religious communities are providing comfort in times of crisis.
Has the pandemic helped pave the way to solving Wales's homelessness problems? And when will pubs and restaurants here be able to open there doors again.
We take a look inside a women's refuge how victims of lockdown domestic abuse can get help & how do you balance social distancing & student life?
How will the daily commute look in a world of social distancing? Andrea Byrne takes a look at public transport preparations & speaks to the Transport Minister.
As the lockdown starts to ease, our latest poll reveals how people Wales feel about the restrictions & we speak to the First Minister about reopening schools.
Lockdown means many of us aren't being as active as we'd like, so how it that impacting on our mental health? And what does the future hold for the arts?
With coronavirus dominating NHS resources, Andrea Byrne finds out how health boards are balancing covid and more coventional care.
Andrea Byrne talks to Jeremy Miles MS about when we'll see a lockdown exit plan for Wales and how is the pandemic affecting our High Streets?
On Wales This Week, we find out how the coronavirus is affecting the tourism industry, which is worth more than six billion pounds to the welsh economy each...
Coronavirus has impacted various parts of our lives, but also the lives of our children. On this week's programme, we've been invited into two of ...
A month into lockdown, we're adapting to the changes but the impact its had on our economy is inevitably devastating. As one economist warns the p...
The safety of those living and working in our care homes during the coronavirus pandemic has dominated the headlines this week, with concerns over...
With growing concerns about the impact of trolling, what is life like for Instagram influencers?
ITV Cymru Wales reporter and presenter Siôn Jenkins shares his very personal story of living with anxiety.
With life in lockdown becoming the new normal how is the coronavirus outbreak changing life in Wales?
This winter Wales was hit by a series of devastating and life-threatening winter storms, which led to the worst flooding we’ve seen for a generati...
Is Wales ready to cope with Coronavirus?
Heading the ball has always been an important part of playing football, but concerns are growing about a possible link with dementia.
For generations farming has been part of our national identity.
Wales This Week is back.
The extraordinary story of a survivor of child sexual exploitation and the detectives who are fighting the increasing threat of online abusers.
Wales needs to build 40,000 new homes in the next five years.
Homelessness is an issue which is visible throughout our towns and cities. But as Cardiff prepares to host the 2019 homeless football World Cup we...
How do communities cope when their local industry shuts down?
Acne affects at least half the population and its impact can be huge, but is the health service in Wales doing enough to support those affected?
Each year 5 million people older people are targeted by scams.
Over a thousand people are killed or seriously injured on Welsh roads every year, and nearly a quarter of youngsters between 18 and 24 years old c...
Seagulls. Our chip stealing, ice cream loving friends from the coast. Gulls have repeatedly hit the headlines as spates of attacks on members of t...