Next Episode of Newsweek Wales is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
A catch up on the week's news in Wales with Carl Edwards.
Newsweek Wales is back. This week, Megan Boot was joined by Ruth Coombs from the British Heart Foundation to talk about the thousands of people here at risk of cardiac arrest and sudden death. We also went behind the scenes at the Wales camp ahead of the Six Nations kick-off and met some of the newest residents at Folly Farm.
This week, Megan Boot was joined by Kate Morgan-Lloyd from the charity Pets As Therapy, who explains how animals can bring comfort to people in need of support. Plus we met Professor Peter Elwood, who told us why exercise could reduce our chances of developing dementia by up to 60%.
This week on Newsweek Wales, Megan Boot was joined by psychologist Kyle Davies to discuss the effect cosmetic treatments like botox and fillers can have on wellbeing. We also took a look behind the scenes at the Royal Mint ahead of the launch of the new pound coin and met Wales's newest jump racing recruit.
On this week's programme, Megan Boot was joined by Business Correspondent Carole Green to discuss the impact potential job losses at Ford could mean for Bridgend. We also took a look back at the week's news, including the dad going above and beyond to help his son grow and the pupils putting Prince William through his paces when it comes to teamwork.
On this week's programme, Megan Boot talks to Ian Thomas from Age Cymru about the impact loneliness has on older people. We also took a look back at the week's news including the public art causing a stir in Ogmore by Sea and the twins taking to the slopes for the Special Winter Olympic games.
This week, Alexandra Hartley was joined by former Wales and Lions winger Dafydd James to discuss Wales's Six Nations journey. Plus we met baby Pascal who couldn't wait to get to hospital to be born and Toto and Tin Man were released back to the wild after being nursed back to health at the Welsh Mountain Zoo.
On this week's programme, Alexandra Hartley was joined by Tim Shallcross from charity IAM RoadSafe to talk about why Welsh drivers are not belting up behind the wheel. Plus we take a look back at the rest of the week's news, including the campaigners fighting to keep their pier pavilion open and the twins representing Team GB at the Special Olympics World Winter Games.
This week, Megan Boot was joined by Matthew Jones from South Wales Fire and Rescue Service to discuss the dangers of deliberate grass fires. Plus, all you need to know as the new £1 coin enters circulation.
This week Carl Edwards was joined by Professor Damian Bailey from the University of South Wales to talk about why people here are putting their health at risk with inactivity.
We also took a look back at the week's news including a peak behind the scenes of Swansea City's new training ground addition and little Alfie who's impressing his friends on the playground with his new wheelchair.
This week Carl Edwards was joined by Kathryn Robson from Adult Learning Wales to talk about the new organisation showing adults it is never too late to learn. Plus a look back at some of the other stories making the headlines in Wales, including the ambassador team hitting the streets of Cardiff to give visitors a helping hand.
A fresh perspective on the week's news in Wales with Carl Edwards and special guests.
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