Sunday Supplement

Sunday Supplement

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.

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    Sun, 20 Apr 14

    58 mins

    27 days remaining

    Scotland, teachers' pay, David Axelrod, religion and politics, BBC 2 at 50, the Sunday papers.

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  • A week in politics, Wales NHS and memorable books

    Sun, 13 Apr 14

    53 mins

    20 days remaining

    Straight from Conservative Conference in Llangollen, we speak live to Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies about Wales NHS, review the week in politics with Edwina Currie and Peter Kellner, and consider which books might still be around in a hundred years time with Sunday Times literary editor Andrew Holgate and Professor Peter Stead.

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  • Lib Dem conference, MPs expenses & BBC Wales future

    Sun, 6 Apr 14

    53 mins

    13 days remaining

    It's the Welsh Liberal Democrats spring conference - we talk to their leader Kirsty Williams AM. And as MPs expenses are under the spotlight again, we hear from the Welsh Labour MP described by the Telegraph as an 'expenses angel', Paul Flynn, alongside former Conservative MP, now political columnist, Michael Brown. This week the BBC's Director General Tony Hall was in Cardiff talking about English language television programming in Wales. We ask BBC Wales director Rhodri Talfan Davies about its future.

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  • Wales Labour, gay weddings & Unitarianism

    Sun, 30 Mar 14

    53 mins

    7 days remaining

    Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith live from Llandudno. As same-sex weddings are introduced in Wales, Lance Price discusses the countries where it's still illegal to be gay and Cen Llwyd considers the history on Unitarianism.

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