Some 4,500 years ago, the ticket to a megalithic party was a pig from your local farm.
Sometimes, just standing around on the sidelines isn't enough. You've got to get a piece of the action.
We watched 1,000 people race a bunch of horses 21 miles across mid-Wales to find out who would win.
A Killers concert in Swansea had no toilets for general admission concertgoers, resulting in fans missing large portions of the set to pee on a fence outside the venue.
It just became one of the first countries in the world to enforce inclusive changes to the curriculum that will be rolled out in 2022.
"It would be appropriate if you would kindly refrain from visiting the restaurant in future,” a letter from a steakhouse to Wales resident Kelly Smith read.
Openreach, a British infrastructure delivery company, came up with the idea to deal with tricky terrain.
"It was a bit like an end of days scenario."
There's finally an opening for what might just be the most desirable occupation in the world.
In the 1970s, a quiet pocket of rural Wales became the psychedelic hub of the world. We went back in search of the chemists, dealers, and thousands of hidden blotters.
"I don't have any regrets. I even have a tattoo saying 'no regrets.' That's the type of person I am."
A 34-year-old man from Cardiff was arrested for creating videos offering cybersecurity tips that were then posted on an Islamic State supporter site.