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.
This week we hear from Wales's decision makers on their perspective of handling a pandemic and making 'life and death' choices.
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.
Ruth finds out more about traditional welsh blankets and visits the biggest collection in Wales where some designs date back hundreds of years.
Brexit is back - we hear from businesses about how the trade deal negotiations will affect them, plus we look ahead to next years Senedd election.
In a special programme investigating who runs sport in Wales, we exclusively reveal the lack of diversity of those in decision making role.
We hear from the Chief Medical Officer about why he's concerned about the festive season, plus more on calls for adequate housing to be made law.
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.
What does the future look like for transport in Wales after a bumpy ride, plus we talk to the Llywydd about why women are nervous about entering politics.
Could the Welsh Government's plans for a ''green industrial revolution'' kickstart the economy after the recession and help achieve climate change targets?
The pandemic has caused disruption, especially for young people in their future. This week we look at Welsh education, where it is and where it is going.
Ruth visits a very special animal sanctuary on Gower where one lamb was given a second chance at life.
How can Wales adapt for a post-Covid future, farmers on the prospect of no trade deal and will exams go ahead?
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
With one more week of lockdown in Wales, we ask people what they think of the firebreak, and one Welsh MP warns of the rise of Covid conspiracy theories.
Sean visits Britain's highest ciderworks in the Cambrian Mountains and Ruth meets the llamas delivering essential food during lockdown.
Ex-Welsh rugby international and Richard Parks embarks on a highly personal journey asking a simple but challenging question - ‘Can I Be Welsh And Black?’
Wales goes its own way with the fire-break but is it making us more divided? Plus Neil Kinnock, talks about his part in ending Joe Biden's presidential run.
As Wales prepares to go into lockdown again, Rob Osborne speaks to the Health Minister, Andrew RT Davies and Dai Lloyd about whether it's the right move
Ruth takes a walk in the hills of Penderyn with one very unusual creature. Meanwhile, Sean visits the beautiful Gwent Levels in Newport.