ISLANDS: On tonight’s programme Ruth Wignall travels to Anglesey to visit the church in the sea. The romantic St Cwyfan’s is only accessible at low tide via a causeway.
Andrew Price goes walking on the iconic Worm’s Head on Gower.
Rob Shelley finds out more about the 200 different shells on shell island, near Harlech and we meet the sea kayakers who love to fish off Sully Island, near Penarth.
The sunny summer season continues in Britain’s smallest city.
The Richardson’s celebrate a Christening at the Cathedral, Jeremy and Stuart have a big performance and Dean Sarah has her portrait painted.
The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
Tonight's 'best bits' show spans the years to see Richard Burton visit home, a circus strongman come to town and the chimps of Colwyn Bay learn to paint.
This week Sharp End was in Westminster as the fallout of the Prime Minister's Brexit deal announcement continued. Adrian Masters was joined by Conservative MPs Glyn Davies and Simon Hart, as well as Plaid Cymru's Liz Saville Roberts MP and Labour's Anna McMorrin MP to discuss the deal and whether they thought Theresa May would keep her job.
Elsewhere Rob Osborne met Lord Heseltine to talk Brexit, devolution and being Welsh, and Owain Phillips caught up with Welsh Labour leadership hopeful Vaughan Gething as the contest reaches it's final weeks.
Wales This Week goes behind the scenes to meet the three contenders who are in the running to lead the Labour Party in Wales.
EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: On tonight’s programme Ruth Wignall meets the cycling enthusiasts with a combined age of 179 years.
Andrew Price tests his head for heights with the steeplejacks repairing a church.
Rob Shelley finds how our much loved iconic red phone boxes are being put to good use.
And Sion Jenkins visits the volunteers giving up their free time to revitalise Swansea canal.
The holiday season is in full swing in Britain’s Smallest City.
The tourists are wildlife spotting on Ramsey Island, the ‘Bluetits’ go wild swimming and the women’s institute tuck in to an insect-fuelled feast at the bug farm.
1973 AND 2007. The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen - along with the music of the day.
In 1973 there are concerns about the future of the giant Shotton steelworks and a Prestatyn holiday camp is used to film ‘On the Buses’.
In 2007 the smoking ban takes effect and football star Ryan Giggs meets the Queen.