On Newsweek Wales, James Crichton Smith is joined by Councillor Sara Pickard and Sian Davies from Mencap Cymru who are breaking down barriers and changing perceptions of Down's Syndrome.
Also on the programme, Des Lally talks about climbing Pen y Fan 365 times in 365 days.
Wales This Week investigates the hidden epidemic of the crime that takes place behind closed doors and hears the inspiring stories of women who’ve survived abuse.
Wales is truly a country which is one of a kind.
Ruth Wignall is in the Brecon Beacons with a Get Outside Champion and her amazing dogs.
Andrew Price is at Lake Vyrnwy - a spectacular nature reserve at one of Wales’ prettiest lakes.
Rob Shelley is on Llandudno Pier - Wales’ longest pier and we meet the volunteers of Ferryside inshore lifeboat crew.
All eyes were on Westminster yet again this week, as the Speaker John Bercow delivered his verdict on Theresa May's potential third attempt to get her withdrawal deal through.
Adrian Masters was joined on College Green by Conservative MP Guto Bebb, Labour's Shadow Welsh Secretary Christina Rees MP, Ben Lake MP for Plaid Cymru and Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Jenny Randerson to discuss votes, delays and what next for Brexit.
Elsewhere, Adrian caught up with Dr Alan Wager from UK in a Changing Europe to get his take on recent Brexit developments, while Siôn Jenkins went to meet the people and candidates of Newport West ahead of the by-election on April 4th.
On Newsweek Wales: the teenager that says she's struggling to get a job because she uses a wheelchair. Plus, how schoolchildren are trying to tackle Wales' smoking problem. And, the Swansea hospital that's opened a salon to help female dementia patients reconnect with their past.
On Newsweek Wales: should our children be taught how to exercise to help combat Wales' obesity crisis? Plus, the teenager that taught herself sign language to communicate with her younger brother.
Could the things we're allergic to, actually make us better?
Wales This Week examines the impact of living with a deadly food allergy.
Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price are talking rubbish. It's a subject which many of us are passionate about.
Andrew is out with Keep Wales Tidy clearing a river clogged by plastic waste.
Ruth is meeting a beach cleaning artist who turns rubbish into art
And reporter Hannah Thomas is with the Woodland Trust battling fly tipping.