Sharp End January 27th

To smack or not to smack? It's been a debate for years, but tomorrow AMs are likely to pass a law to make it illegal here. Adrian Masters was joined by Children's Commissioner for Wales Sally Holland and parent campaigner Sally Gobbett.
Elsewhere Rob Osborne took a look at how the new Welsh Government body, Creative Wales, may help support the creative industries here.
And we discuss what can be done to help the thousands of people living in poverty here with Plaid Cymru's Helen Mary Jones, Labour's John Griffiths and Mark Isherwood from the Conservatives.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 26th January

On Newsweek Wales, we talk to Dr Ardiana Gjini about why the HPV virus, which causes 99% of cervical cancer, is so misunderstand. Plus we look book at at the remarkable life of the late Monty Python legend Terry Jones and hear why the Duchess of Cambridge found life challenging living on Anglesey after the birth of her son.

Wales On TV: Episode 9

The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen.

In 1991 the mystery footprints troubling Porth.

In 1996 Let it Snow! Wales’ worst weather for over a decade.

Sharp End January 20th

It's been almost a year since the Welsh Government declared a climate emergency, but what's happened since then? Rob Osborne discussed climate change and subsidising flights with Environment Minister Lesley Griffiths, while Adrian Masters was joined in the studio by Dr Stuart Capstick from Cardiff University's Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformation and Wales Green Party leader Anthony Slaughter.
Also on the programme, Welsh Conservative Assembly Group leader Paul Davies looks ahead to 2021 and whether they can keep momentum from the General Election.
And Adrian talks to Dawn Bowden AM and Cerys Furlong from Chwarae Teg about whether AMs should be able to job share.

Newsweek Wales - Sunday 19th January

On Newsweek Wales, the Welsh high streets that are struggling to survive, with around one in seven of our high street shops now empty. But what can be done to help? Plus, why rugby legend James Hook is swapping the pitch for paper to try his hand as a children's author. And we hear from the the 91-year-old man that's been given a lifetime supply of free drinks after joining his local club 70 years ago.

Wales On TV: Episode 8

The story of Wales - as seen on the small screen.

In 1983 Charles and Diana wow the crowds at Caerphilly Castle.

In 1999 Pass Go! Wales gets its own Monopoly edition.

Sharp End January 13th

It's a new year, but the same old problems for our NHS. Owain Phillips is joined by Plaid Cymru's Helen Mary Jones, Angela Burns for the Conservatives and Labour's Huw Irranca-Davies, as James Crichton-Smith takes a look back at the issues over the past week.
Elsewhere Owain caught up with the new Welsh Secretary as he toured his new Cardiff home & as Cardiff Council prepares to publish its 10-year travel plan, we hear from Ben Cottam of the Federation of Small Businesses and Ellen Jones from Sustrans Cymru on what changes they'd like to see.

Sharp End January 6th

It's the first Sharp End of 2020 so Owain Phillips was joined by former Conservative adviser Sian Jones and Prof Roger Awan-Scully from Cardiff University to look ahead at what the new year may hold.
Rob Osborne hears what Welsh Labour figures want from their next UK leader as the contest to replace Jeremy Corbyn gets underway. Adam Price tells us why he still believes Plaid can triumph at in Senedd elections in 2021 and Brexit Party MEP James Well and Labour's Jackie Jones share their experiences as they enter their final days as MEPs.