Vaughan Roderick presents a review of the week in Welsh politics with interviews, news, views and gossip. Broadcast weekly on BBC Radio Wales, Sundays from 0800–0900.
Sun, 8 Dec 13
30 days remaining
Welsh politicans reflect on the death this week of Nelson Mandela featuring Lord Donald Anderson, Baroness Jenny Randerson, Lord Dafydd Ellis-Thomas and Jonathan Evans MP. Also: Chris Ruane on mindfulness, and Matthew Parris explains why MPs deserve a pay rise.
Sun, 1 Dec 13
23 days remaining
Two years from today Wales will become the first UK nation to introduce a system of presumed consent for organ donation - we talk to the Welsh Health Minister, Labour AM Mark Drakeford. We discuss immigration with Monmouth's Conservative MP David Davies and Llanelli Labour MP Nia Griffith. And reviewing the papers are Plaid Cymru AM Simon Thomas and the Culture Group's Glynn Pegler.
Sun, 24 Nov 13
16 days remaining
How should our political parties be funded? Should the state play a role? We hear from Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg, Aberconwy Conservative MP Guto Bebb and Caerphilly Labour MP Wayne David. We talk to former Northern Ireland Secretary, Torfaen Labour MP Paul Murphy about the activities of the Military Reaction Force in the 'seventies. And we speak to former Welsh Secretary Conservative MP Cheryl Gillan about HS2 and its possible impact on Wales.
Sun, 17 Nov 13
9 days remaining
Sir Alistair Graham and Andrew Hawkins discuss why fewer people than ever feel inclined to vote. We ask how Swansea might benefit if it becomes the UK City of Culture. And Rhodri Morgan reflects on the death of JFK.
Sun, 10 Nov 13
2 days remaining
If an EU referendum were to be held in the UK, should Wales be consulted first? Labour MP Peter Hain and Conservative MP Glyn Davies. Meanwhile is there a growing sense of English resentment over West Lothian issues? We hear from The Spectator's James Forsyth and Professor Alan Trench. And on Remembrance Sunday we consider how art portrays the fallen - with the Keeper of Art at the National Museum Wales Oliver Fairclough.
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