Wales This Week

Wales This Week: After The Floods

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 generation.

Now, nearly two months later the headlines have moved on, but how are the people at the heart of our communities coping in the aftermath?

What are the long term impacts?

And, what can be done to prevent future disasters?

Wales This Week: Coronavirus - Can We Cope?

Is Wales ready to cope with Coronavirus?

Are we doing enough to protect the health of elderly and vulnerable people?

And is our economy able to withstand the impact?

Parts of this programme were filmed before the current advice on social distancing.

Wales This Week: Heading For Trouble

Heading the ball has always been an important part of playing football, but concerns are growing about a possible link with dementia.

With every nation in the UK, with the exception of Wales, now banning children from heading, former Welsh international, Iwan Roberts, investigates.

Wales This Week: Something In The Air

Wales This Week is back.

And we are beginning the series with a two-part special taking an in depth look at our environment.

In this first programme we take a look at the impact of air pollution on our day-to-day lives. We know that air pollution in our towns and cities is getting worse - but what does that really mean? And how does that affect us here in Wales?

Wales This Week: No Place Like Home

Wales needs to build 40,000 new homes in the next five years.

But how well thought-out are these future communities, and how will our existing towns and villages cope with such sudden sharp growth?

Wales This Week: Tackling Homelessness

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 see what is being done to tackle the issue - through the power of sport