Griff retraces the medieval pilgrimage route from Holywell to St Davids.
Ron must clear Tenby's three blue flag beaches of rubbish before the tourists arrive.
Clare's journey into Wales sees her discover how a cycle factory went to war.
A couple relocate on a budget of 300,000 pounds, with a job promotion the driving factor.
One-off period comedy, peeping into the lives of a family's Christmases across the 1980s.
Features a Puffin colony, Loch Fyne, oyster culling and a lucky find on a Dorset beach.
Have vandals ruined Tenby's chance of winning a prize in the Britain in Bloom competition?
Local cobbler 'Dai the boot' sells off some Tenby sea bass at a charity auction.
Paul Martin heads to Wales, as Monmouth plays host to Flog It!
Cerys Matthews meets poets and musicians at the annual festival of Welsh culture.
How the mining of Welsh steam coal made the country's reputation.
Fiona Bruce and the team of experts visit Aberystwyth Arts Centre in Wales.
England meet Wales on the opening weekend of the 2011 Four Nations tournament.
Featuring a cutting-edge home in Wales that really has the wow factor.
Sarah Beeny meets the residents of Myddfai in Carmarthenshire.
Helen Skelton explores the spectacular South Wales coast.
Connie Fisher travels to South Wales and learns about a world-famous recording studio.
Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen visits Plas Talhenbont on the Lleyn Peninsula.
Russell T Davies and Eve Myles look at how Hollywood films have portrayed Wales.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is in Pembrokeshire to visit the Georgian mansion Cresselley.
Paul Martin visits Rhosygilwen Mansion and Melin Tregwynt, a woollen mill in west Wales.
Rolf explores the life of Graham Sutherland, who was passionate about Pembrokeshire.
Jonnie and Jane help a couple with 230,000 pounds to spend on a home in south-west Wales.
Rolf meets Shani Rhys James whose vivid style is influenced by her family history.
In Wales, Martin looks to impress the judges of a campervan festival in more than one way.
The life story of the renowned sportsman, scholar and politician Carwyn James.
Bev and Martin must convince their son that his future - and theirs - is in Australia.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in south Wales, Southampton and Telford.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Devon, Wales and Shropshire.
Owen Sheers visits a Welsh village to explore Lynette Roberts's Poem from Llanybri.
Jules Hudson takes a look back at the best Welsh properties featured on past programmes.