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, 2 Mar 14
25 days remaining
Are we seeing a return to the Cold War? In the light of the latest news from Ukraine, we talk to RUSI expert Dr Jonathan Eyal. We consider the future of policing in Wales with Police and Crime Commissioners, Winston Roddick and Christopher Salmon - in advance of the Silk Commission's latest recommendations. And we look at what's happening in the Sunday papers with UKIP's Nathan Gill and Angie Minoli, a retired travel company director.
Sun, 23 Feb 14
18 days remaining
What now for the people of the Ukraine? We speak to Bridgend Labour MP Madeleine Moon and writer and journalist Edward Lucas. Plus we look back at this week's row about the NHS with the RCN's Tina Donnelly and The Guardian's Michael White. We consider war reporting with Kate Adie and Aidan Sullivan. And Conservative MP Jonathan Evans reviews the papers with smallholder and writer Liz Shankland.
Sun, 16 Feb 14
11 days remaining
Tory leader Andrew RT Davies suggests internal divisions has been a problem for a considerable time within the Welsh party. The Chief Executive of WWF explains how he thinks Wales can take the lead in building a low carbon economy. And the Minister for Natural Resources addresses the issue of paying for extreme weather
Sun, 9 Feb 14
4 days remaining
We talk tax to a member of the Silk Commission, Lord Bourne; we hear the views of Labour Peer, Baroness Anita Gale, and Conservative MEP for Wales Dr Kay Swinburne, on women in politics. Finally we consider the powerful images of war left by the man Lloyd George described as 'one of the best political caricaturists of the day', the Western Mail's cartoonist J M Staniforth.
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