Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood didn't hold back during her conference speech at the weekend with her criticism of UKIP. She said that the anti-EU party was 'against the national interest of Wales' and that a vote for UKIP was a 'vote against Wales.'
UKIP haven't been slow in hitting back either. The party's lead candidate Nathan Gill called it gutter politics. He'll be with us in the studio and will no doubt explain more.
And there are other European matters to discuss too. Lynn Courtney has been to Athens to see the political lessons that Greece has been learning since its currency crisis and what the EU is learning from that too.
Meanwhile the row over the NHS in Wales has continued to rage and continues to give the Welsh Government headlines it would prefer not to have. Has it become too much of a political football now?
My studio guests are Tina Donnelly, the Director of the Royal College of Nursing in Wales; Plaid Cymru AM Llyr Gruffydd who's a member of Leanne Wood's 'cabinet in waiting' and Nathan Gill, UKIP's lead candidate in May's Europe election.