Series taking a look at issues that matter in Wales and confronting decision-makers about the consequences of their choices. Plus the reality of living in modern Wales.
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Huw Edwards examines whether tribal loyalties in Welsh rugby have ended.
From across the Atlantic Huw Edwards speaks to voters in Ohio and Washington DC.
The latest on the allegations of abuse in North Wales care homes.
Is Welsh rugby in crisis? We speak to the man in charge.
Will the latest welfare proposals push more of Wales's vulnerable on to the streets?
Why are mental health services in Wales lagging behind?
The current affairs programme features a report on tax breaks and benefits cuts.
Huw Edwards with issues that matter in Wales, including a village battling for identity.
Examining Welsh healthcare and the importance of independent shops to Welsh high streets.
Tim Rogers examines the Welsh governement's tuition fees policy.
Looks at calls for compensation for Welsh workers blacklisted for trade union activity.
Is a change in the law the best way to increase organ donation in Wales?
From farm gate to your plate, just how much Welsh meat is eaten in Wales?
Huw Edwards examines the impact of council budget cuts on local services.
As the measles epidemic spreads, should awareness of public health issues be improved?
A look at the billions of pounds given to private companies to provide public services.
There are warnings that changes to legal aid will deny thousands access to justice.
Featuring a look at plans to shake-up specialist hospital care in South Wales.
What can be done to get Cardiff airport off the ground?
An examination of the hidden toll of under-employment in Wales. Presented by Tim Rogers.
Should the Welsh and UK governments collaborate more to kick-start the Welsh economy?
A look at the tough times ahead for local authorities in Wales facing funding cuts.
Tim Rogers takes a look at issues that matter in Wales.
First Minister Carwyn Jones answers questions from Huw Edwards.
Huw Edwards takes a look at issues that matter in Wales.
Tenants in Wales say they can't cope with changes to the benefits system.
Huw Edwards asks if education policy in Wales is making the grade.
Discussion of the announcement on new financial powers for the Welsh Assembly.
Includes a report on the hidden unemployed and a call to end zero hours contracts.
The secretary of state for Wales talks about the next steps on the devolution journey.
How will Wales fare in the international league tables for educational performance?
The challenges facing the NHS in Wales are examined with health minister Mark Drakeford.
With Huw Edwards. A report into the effect of cuts on public services in Wales.
Does a lack of regulation and training for care workers put vulnerable people at risk?
Serious concerns that the body monitoring standards in the Welsh NHS is not up to the job.
A special programme on Operation Pallial, the North Wales child abuse investigation.
What are the next steps towards devolution? Plus the national identity in Wales today.
First Minister Carwyn Jones talks about the future course of devolution in Wales.
Is the Welsh government's child poverty strategy doing enough to tackle the issue?
Huw Edwards discusses the Budget and what it means for the Welsh economy.
Huw Edwards takes a look at issues that matter in Wales.
With Bethan Rhys Roberts. Is there a recruitment crisis in the Welsh NHS?
Are victims of domestic violence in Wales being denied access to justice?
A debate on the issues that matter to voters in next week's European elections.
Has a Welsh Government flagship scheme made the difference it promised?
Is developing city regions the answer to improving economic prosperity outside Cardiff?
A special interview with education minister Huw Lewis.
Is the role of the children's commissioner for Wales fit for purpose?
How Scottish independence would affect Wales. Bethan Rhys Roberts hosts an audience debate
What will the result of the Scottish Independence Referendum mean for Wales?
Will the UK government's reforms of child maintenance help or hinder families in Wales?
A look at access to cancer drugs in Wales. Does where you live affect what you get?
The programme discusses the challenges facing the NHS in Wales with Mark Drakeford.
Bethan Rhys Roberts looks at the upcoming changes to the way Welsh pupils are taught.
The programme discusses the chancellor's spending review and its impact on Wales.
A studio audience puts questions to first minister Carwyn Jones.
Exploring the impact of the sanctions regime on vulnerable people in Wales.
Bethan Rhys Roberts takes a look at issues that matter in Wales.
There is a decline in the number of Welsh pupils learning a modern foreign language.
Huw Edwards looks at the measures being taken to tackle Wales's housing shortage.
Bethan Rhys Roberts looks at tackling the skills shortage in the Welsh NHS.
Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood talks about what the EU referendum will mean for Wales.
The programme looks at what can be done to tackle the issue of child poverty in Wales.
With the Draft Wales Bill on hold, where next for devolution in Wales?
Huw Edwards discusses the Budget and its impact on Wales.
Politicians from the five main parties discuss their plans for the health service.
Politicians discuss their plans for the education system in Wales.
Felicity Evans presents a special programme from the Welsh Assembly.
Huw learns what impact an in or out EU referendum vote will have on farming in Wales.
What are the challenges facing the man in charge of the Welsh health service?
Felicity Evans looks at what is next for the steel industry in Wales.
Bethan Rhys Roberts hears from two members of the Welsh Conservatives on the EU debate.
Arwyn Jones presents the series taking a look at issues that matter in Wales.
What does Brexit mean for Wales? The programme speaks to first minister Carwyn Jones.
Bethan Rhys Roberts speaks to education secretary Kirsty Williams.
Huw Edwards is in Westminster and Arwyn Jones is in the Senedd.
Is there a crisis facing GP services in Wales?
Is the Welsh government doing enough to encourage house building in Wales?
The Wales Report is in Westminster to discuss the chancellor's spending review.
Huw Edwards speaks to first minster Carwyn Jones about Wales's Brexit plan.
As Brexit negotiations continue, we hear from Welsh secretary Alun Cairns.
Huw Edwards presents a special report on the huge challenge facing social care in Wales.
Bethan Rhys Roberts presents. What next for the Communities First programme?
A special programme from Westminster, where the Brexit journey continues.
Bethan Rhys Roberts examines the challenges facing NHS funding in Wales.
Huw Edwards discusses the impact of the chancellor's budget on the Welsh economy.
What next for Wales on the Brexit journey?
Huw Edwards looks at the implications of Brexit for Wales and for the future of the UK.
Huw Edwards examines the consequences and implications of Brexit for Wales.
Huw Edwards and a panel of politicians discuss the main issues facing the Welsh economy.
Huw Edwards looks at the fall-out from last week's election and what it means for Wales.
On the day of the Queen's Speech, Bethan Rhys Roberts is in Westminster.
Huw Edwards is joined by first minister Carwyn Jones.