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, 19 May 13
28 days remaining
Former Downing Street advisor Sean Worth talks to Vaughan Roderick about the Conservative's problem over the "European issue". Also this week: Dylan Iorwerth and David Williams on the future of the local press in Wales while Mark Littlewood and Paul Flynn debate the merits of working into your 70s and beyond.
Sun, 12 May 13
21 days remaining
Around a hundred Tory backbenchers are expected to support a Commons amendment criticising the fact that the Queen's speech didn't guarantee a ballot on membership - we hear from Montgomeryshire Conservative MP Glyn Davies. Meanwhile we hear from Madeleine Moon, Bridgend Labour MP, on the consequences of the Pakistan elections. And we consider with Lord Elystan-Morgan and Hwyel Williams the importance of events from 1963 on modern Wales.
Sun, 5 May 13
14 days remaining
After the feast comes the reckoning. So is UKIP's success more than just a protest vote, and does the party have anything to say to voters in Wales? We hear from UKIP's MEP for Wales John Bufton. Meanwhile as PM David Cameron prepares for the Queen's Speech, he's been advised to get 'the barnacles off the boat'. We discuss the whys and wherefores of that idea with two former Tory MPs, now Westminster watchers, Michael Brown and Matthew Parris. Plus, we hear about a man who looks back on the experience of being a Bevin Boy as a foundational period in his life.
Sun, 28 Apr 13
7 days remaining
Welsh Secretary David Jones doesn't hold back on his views about regulation and the economy. Meanwhile Labour MP Paul Flynn and Professor Garel Rhys discuss the prospects for steel following the announcement that Wales' biggest steel contractor Rowecord Engineering is going into administration. We hear from a Welsh human rights lawyer who took the first British case to Strasbourg and we consider the impact of measles.
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