On the eve of the second so-called 'meaningful vote,' while Theresa May was in Strasbourg, Adrian Masters was in Westminster to discuss Brexit with Conservative MPs Simon Hart and Glyn Davies, along with Labour's Tonia Antoniazzi MP and Plaid Cymru MP Hywel Williams.
Elsewhere Ciara Cohen-Ennis spoke to Jewish leaders in Wales as Labour's antisemitism issues continued and Siôn Jenkins caught up with Welsh Government International Relations Minister Eluned Morgan after her trip selling Wales to the world in America.
Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price are meeting people inspired by the Welsh landscape.
From Jim the Swim who loves a daily dip in the sea whatever the weather, to the volunteers helping restore an ancient woodland and a young farmer taking on the challenges of a hill farm..
On this week's Sharp End, Owain Phillips was in Swansea looking at the issues with the region's city deal, as business leaders called for more transparency. Adrian Masters was joined by Independent AM Caroline Jones and Russell George AM to discuss city deals and Brexit, ahead of the Assembly's debate on preventing a 'no-deal' scenario.
Elsewhere Adrian caught up with a group of former miners taking their fight for fairness over their pensions to Downing Street.
On Sunday's Newsweek Wales, we find out why charity workers have been drafted in to give a helping hand in our hospitals. Plus, we meet the people dancing their way through the struggles of Parkinson's disease.
With knife crime on the rise in Wales, Siôn Jenkins witnesses the human cost of knives on our streets.
He explores why young people choose to carry a knife, and whether raising awareness of the deadly consequences can be successful.
Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price are back with a new series - starting in the mountains of Snowdonia.
Ruth is finding out more about climate change on Snowdon.
Andrew is discovering hidden history in a flooded slate quarry.
And reporter Rob Shelley travels on the Talyllyn Railway which is run entirely by volunteers.
Another week, another round of Brexit votes in Westminster. Even though the 'meaningful' vote on Theresa May's deal was delayed again, Adrian Masters was joined on College Green by Anna McMorrin MP, Stephen Kinnock MP and Jonathan Edwards MP to discuss our latest poll and potential second referendums .
Elsewhere we went behind the scenes with the Labour whips to see how they've been coping in these turbulent times (you can see an extended version below) and Ciara Cohen-Ennis met the prospective politicians of the future at the first meeting of the Welsh Youth Parliament.
How a new law could improve the welfare of our pets, the campaign encouraging men to open up about their mental health, and the new sport taking Wales by storm.