Coast & Country: Episode 14

It’s the start of the cockling season in the Burry estuary near Llanelli and Andrew Price gets a very early start.

Ruth Wignall joins the Welsh women walking group in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Fishlock's Choice: Episode 3

Trevor Fishlock visits the Welsh mining village which claims to be the birthplace of St Patrick.

When he was a child writer George Brinley Evans discovered the legend that St Patrick had been born in his village.

George, now his 90s and a keen local historian, helps organise an event every year to mark the birth of the patron saint of Ireland.

Trevor Fishlock talks to George and his colleague Tom Marston who has researched the story of how Patrick was kidnapped by pirates and taken to Ireland.

Trevor also walks through the Carmarthenshire countryside to hear of fascinating links to America. Could the first sparrow to ever settle in the USA really have come from Ammanford?

Sharp End July 15th

This week on Sharp End, Aberconwy MP Guto Bebb explains why he's not planning to stand again and why he's not backing either of the Tory leadership candidates, Independent AM Neil McEvoy on why he's dropped his bid to rejoin Plaid Cymru and we're joined by Brexit Party AM Caroline Jones and Labour's Hefin David AM to discuss whether we need more AMs.

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

Newsweek Wales: Sunday 14th July

On Newsweek Wales, Mike Griffiths talks to Guide Dogs Cymru about pavement parking. Campaigners say cars on the curb should be banned, while others say there isn't any other choice.
Plus we explore why the new beauty trend, Microblading, could have disastrous consequences.

Newsweek Wales: Sunday 14th July

On Newsweek Wales, Mike Griffiths talks to Guide Dogs Cymru about pavement parking. Campaigners say cars on the curb should be banned, while others say there isn't any other choice.
Plus we explore why the new beauty trend, Microblading, could have disastrous consequences.

Coast & Country: Episode 13

SAVING WALES: Ruth Wignall is visiting a Georgian mansion with a fascinating shell grotto.

Andrew Price is at historic Gwydir Castle which is under threat from flooding and the national treasures being preserved and stored in an unassuming warehouse, near Cardiff.

Fishlock's Choice: Episode 2

The Nant Gwrtheyrn quarry cottages once housed families working in the nearby granite quarries.

Today this picturesque corner of Gwynedd houses a Welsh language cultural centre which attracts visitors from around the world.

On a walk through the southern side of the Llyn Peninsula Trevor hears a story of friendship which crossed the Cold War’s Iron Curtain and discovers how football legend John Charles helped save a local club from closure.