On Newsweek Wales, we discuss why holiday insurance is so important when travelling abroad. Plus, teachers and pupils from Maesteg School tell us about their prom dress pop-up shop after an online appeal led to the donation of more than 200 gowns.
Ahead of the second round of ballots, we went to Usk to hear what some Conservative party members there think of the six remaining candidates. Back in the studio, Adrian Masters asked Welsh Conservative leader Paul Davies who he's backing and political commentator Valerie Livingston gives her take on the contest.
After a cross-party move to rule out a no-deal Brexit failed, Plaid Cymru's parliamentary leader Liz Saville Roberts MP discusses what their next move is.
And Owain Phillips went to Brecon, where we could see a by-election if a recall petition succeeds.
Investigating historic child abuse on Caldey Island, as another survivor says he was a victim too.
We follow his journey back to the island for the first time.
This week on Sharp End, Owain Phillips was joined by Conservative MP Stephen Crabb to talk about the Tory leadership race as the 10 final contenders were revealed, former First Minister and Bridgend AM Carwyn Jones and Plaid Cymru's economy spokesperson Rhun ap Iorwerth to discuss Ford's closure of its engine plan and we also put calls for the Welsh Government to do more about plastic waste to its Environment Minister Hannah Blythyn.
There’s a hidden army of unpaid carers in Wales, motivated by love and duty, but who’s helping them?
Stories from the frontline of caring for the people we love.
The holiday season brings thousands of people through the gates every day!
New statues take pride of place on the central piazza and Gwynedd returns to where it all began for Sir Clough Williams-Ellis; his boyhood home at Plas Brondanw.
Stories from an incredible archive of interviews with men and women who served during World War Two.
Tonight, veterans remember D-Day and the push towards Germany.
It's Theresa May's last week in Number 10 and there's no shortage of candidates lining up to move in. Adrian Masters speaks to Monmouth MP David TC Davies about who he's backing for the next leader and former UK Government adviser Sian Jones gives her view on the contest.
Elsewhere, Owain Phillips caught up with the newest Assembly leader, the Brexit Party's Mark Reckless to discuss no-deal tariffs, the backstop and the party's vision for Wales.
And on the eve of the long-awaited M4 relief road decision, Adrian is joined by Newport West MP Ruth Jones and Plaid Cymru's Helen Mary Jones AM to discuss whether the project should or shouldn't be given the green light.