Stories, memories and programmes marking 50 years since the disaster, when 116 children and 28 adults were killed by an avalanche of coal waste.
Jeff Edwards walks us through how the people of Aberfan came to terms with their tragedy
Felicity Evans meets some of the journalists who reported on the Aberfan disaster.
Survivors tell their stories on the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster.
The archive reports stand the test of time, but some of the reporting was less sensitive.
Tony had moved away from Aberfan - but lost his best friend, aged 8, in the disaster
Stan, who hasn't spoken about his experience since 1966, felt he had to do something
Joe was living in the Rhondda; he and his friends joined the rescue attempt at the school
David Evans, the first to ring 999, remembers events as they unfoldeded 50 years ago
Aged 8, buried alive for 90 minutes. Steve Humphries pays tribute to "a remarkable man"
The American photojournalist who photographed a community in mourning, remembers Aberfan
Steve Humphries on the stories of 'Surviving Aberfan'. Hettie's quick thinking saved lives
Marilyn, who lost her daughter in the disaster, later set up the Aberfan Wives group.
Nelli Bird in studio and Gareth Lewis live in Aberfan, as we remember the disaster.
The actress, star of a new Aberfan drama, remembers being part of the TV tribute in 1966
Iwan England on the heartbreak and fight for justice that followed the disaster.
David Davies from Aberfan, who was 8 at the time of the disaster, remembers that day
An award-winning edition marking the fiftieth anniversary of the Aberfan Disaster.
Brian, the first reporter to broadcast from Aberfan - tells the story of that terrible day
Gaynor Madgwick on how her the Aberfan disaster shattered her parents' faith.
The people of Aberfan tell their stories of loss, miraculous survival and heroic rescue.
Dai Smith asks what meaning might be found in the deaths of so many people at Aberfan.
Survivor Karen Thomas and teacher Hettie Williams recall rescues at Pant Glas school