A collection of some of the best documentaries in Wales
An emotional Gareth Thomas reveals for the first time that he is living with HIV.
Documentary about Amy-Claire Davies, who was born with an unknown genetic condition.
BBC Wales Investigates the people behind the multimillion-pound puppy industry.
Gareth Edwards and wife Maureen cause chaos when they take a trip on the Llangollen Canal
Wales's quirkiest free newspaper gets a relaunch, if the editors can keep it together.
Can Gareth Thomas change the law and make homophobia illegal in our football grounds?
We’ve wrestled with it for three years; it’s divided the country, politicians and families
A personal exploration of autism with Richard Mylan and his autistic son Jaco.
Gareth Edwards meets players and protesters from controversial rugby tours of 69 and 74.
The underground group inciting new recruits to spread racist hate throughout Britain.
Examining the circumstances of the plane crash that caused the death of Emiliano Sala.
With knife crime at record levels in Wales, Wyre Davies looks at the impact it is having.
Could CCTV reveal the truth behind a fatal motorbike crash?
Documentary following Teleri Fielden as she pursues her dream of becoming a hill farmer.
Documentary that goes behind the scenes with the Wales women's football team.
The story of a homosexual man and his time in London during the 1960s.
Documentary offering an intimate portrayal of life in an intensive care unit.
Documentary about the Welsh rugby union players who went north to play rugby league.
Investigating the secretive world of illegal hunting.
The story of Frank Lloyd Wright, possibly America's greatest ever architect.
The story of the 3rd Marquess of Bute and his architectural legacy in Scotland and Wales.
Charlotte Church explores the cutting edge of mental health research.
BBC Wales investigates new evidence regarding the brutal murders of Lin and Megan Russell.
Documentary looking at the life and career of photographer Chalkie Davies.