We hear from Scotland's Deputy First Minister in this week's edition of Sharp End. Owain Phillips has been asking Nicola Sturgeon what she thinks are the likely effects on Wales of the independence referendum in September, regardless of the outcome.
Back home, the row over who should pay for rail electrification in the South Wales Valleys continues. There are claims and counterclaims, evidence and counter-evidence and the Welsh and UK Governments seem as far apart as ever. Some fear the row could risk the whole electrification project, including the main line from London to Swansea.
The Welsh Government's record of running the NHS in Wales is under scrutiny as never before. Is the criticism, as ministers claim, cynical and politically motivated or a reflection of justifiable concern?
I'm joined in the studio by two Assembly Members and a journalist. The AMs are the Conservative Mark Isherwood and the Liberal Democrat Eluned Parrott; the journalist is Graham Henry, the Senedd Correspondent for the Western Mail.