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A collection of archive footage featuring Wales in the 1980s.
20 April 1989 - Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by the Duke of Edinbrugh, open the Morfa Athletics Stadium in Swansea, then visit the Orangery at Margam Park and later on to Diaplastics UK Ltd in Bridgend.
Vincent Kane presents a BBC Wales Today bulletin on 21 October 1986, the 20th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster.
Coal miners march in a Rhymney valley town in the miners strike of 1984-1985.
Official opening of S4C in November 1982.
Events of the 1984 coal strike and its impact on the community of Blaengarw.
Description of the aftermath of the 1984 coal strike in Blaengarw.
Memories of how the causes of the 1984 coal miners' strike were understood in Blaengarw.
The winners of the preliminary rounds and the best runners-up compete for the title.
The Welsh language is used within the Vatican for the first time on an official occasion.
Shakin Stevens sings 'Blue Christmas' on Top of the Pops Christmas 1982.
Shakin Stevens performs 'Merry Christmas Everyone' on Top Of The Pops in 1985.
The Flying Pickets performing the Christmas number one in 1983 - Only You.
Fourteen-year-old Aled Jones sings 'Walking in the Air' for his Top of the Pops debut.
Tommy Farr rose from obscurity to meet Joe Louis for the World Heavyweight fight in 1937.
Mike Tyson and the late BBC boxing commentator Harry Carpenter on the Farr vs Louis fight.
Sir Anthony Hopkins returns to Cardiff and the Welsh College of Music and Drama in 1981.