By Owain Clarke
BBC Wales health correspondent
Robyn says she felt "gaslighted" after police said she had no evidence of proving she was spiked.
By Lola Mayor & Liz Clements
Walking the Pembrokeshire coast from Newport to Fishguard, Derek learns how the last invasion of Britain was foiled by a feisty woman.
Is that James Bond or weatherman Derek Brockway on the jet ski? On this stunning walk from Porth Neigwl to Abersoch on the LLyn peninsula, Derek samples the jet set life and the local honey.
By The Visual and Data Journalism Team
By David Deans
BBC Wales political reporter
Derek Brockway discovers a walk of contrasts in south Wales that includes a beach, a canal and a bustling marina. He learns about ‘Wales’s Tarantula’ and narrowly avoids crashing a luxury boat.
Derek has rain, wind and even a little bit of sun when he takes the circular route around the Great Orme. He braves the elements – and his nerves – to abseil down a section of the massive rock.
Barry boy ‘Derek the Weather’ is on familiar ground when he starts his walk at Porthkerry, next to his home town. On his way to Llantwit Major he drops in for tea at Font-y-Carlo caravan park.
Derek visits the Dale peninsula in Pembrokeshire, where he learns about an invasion that changed the course of history. He helps carve a seahorse and takes part in a cliff rescue – as the casualty.