There's no escaping the political fallout from the Leveson inquiry. One of my studio guests, Julie Morgan AM, was one of those whose phone was hacked by journalists. I'll ask her if that makes her more inclined to support statutory regulation of the press or not.
With negotiations over the EU budget in stalemate, the Prime Minister has said that regional aid should play its part in saving money. That would inevitably mean less cash for Wales from Brussels, so what's the view of the leader of the opposition, Andrew RT Davies? He's our main interviewee.
We also have two reports. Owain Phillips has been wondering what the effect on local councils would be if they were stripped of their responsibility for education, which is one of the proposals the Welsh Government is considering. And Lynn Courtney reports on efforts to tackle domestic violence.
My studio guests are Labour's Julie Morgan AM and the Welsh Conservative Byron Davies AM.