Newsweek Wales - Sunday 20th January

On this week's Newsweek Wales, Carl Edwards meets Louise David from Chwarae Teg about the Womenspire awards which recognises inspirational women across the country. Plus we take a look back at all the week's news including the scrapping of thousands of jobs as the Wylfa Newydd project is shelved.

Sharp End January 14th

On the eve of the so-called 'meaningful vote,' Sharp End was in Westminster once again trying to make sense of the latest events in the Brexit saga. Joining Adrian Masters on College Green were Conservative MP Simon Hart, Jo Stevens MP for Labour, Plaid Cymru's Liz Saville Roberts MP and former government advisor Lauren McEvatt.
Away from Westminster, Carole Green spoke to Welsh business leaders as they prepare for the potential of no deal and Rob Osborne reflected on the legacy of Plaid Cymru AM Steffan Lewis who died last week.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 13th January

What's the answer to dealing with mental health emergencies? We're out with the police teams under pressure to respond to an overwhelming number of calls.

Plus a special welcome home for Captain Louis Rudd who, after completing much of his training in Brecon, has become the first Briton to trek unaided across Antarctica.

Sharp End January 7th

On the first Sharp End of 2019, Adrian Masters was joined by Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Jane Dodds, Labour's Mick Antoniw, former Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies and Plaid Cymru MP Ben Lake to take a look at what the Prime Minister and First Minister can look forward to over the next 12-months. Rob Osborne also assessed the future of UKIP in Wales.

Stories From The Sea: Episode 5

We take a look back at some hidden treasures from the ITV Wales Archive, and celebrate some our favourite stories from the sea.

Tonight, the unusual tale of two sailors in their attempt to circumnavigate Wales by boat.

Coast & Country: Episode 25

MAGICAL WALES: Ruth Wignall visits one of the most iconic castles in Wales. Castell Coch, near Cardiff, is the fairytale castle overlooking the city, but even fairytale castles need a makeover once in a while. However, this tale will have a happy ending.

Andrew Price travels to one of the remotest parts of Wales - the Cambrian Mountains - a magical place if you’re looking to get away from it all.

Rob Shelley is finding out more about Lake Bala - Wales’ largest natural lake. In its depths, legend has it - a monster lurks.

And finally, Sion Jenkins meets the bell ringers of Abergavenny, who are looking for new members to join the group.

Stories From The Sea: Episode 4

We take a look back at some hidden treasures from the ITV Wales Archive, and celebrate some our favourite stories from the sea.

Tonight, an archaeological find which captured the hearts and minds of an entire city as the Newport ship sees light for the first time in over 500 years

Stories From The Sea: Episode 3

We take a look back at some hidden treasures from the ITV Wales Archive, and celebrate some our favourite stories from the sea.

Tonight we journey North with veteran broadcaster Wynford Vaughan-Thomas as he dives beneath the waves of the Menai Strait in search of lobster.