Until the weekend, Labour's opponents have been able to brand it as the 'anti-devolution party.' There was a concerted effort to try to change that at Welsh Labour's conference in Llandudno with announcements on devolution from Ed Miliband and Owen Smith aimed at setting out an alternative to those laid out in the UK Government's Wales Bill.
We'll round up those events for you and you can see in full my interview with Ed Miliband. I asked him about his devolution proposals and why he won't promise to change the way Wales is funded as well as the party's fight back against sustained criticism from UK media and politicians of its record in running public services here.
I mentioned the Wales Bill which has been debated in the Commons chamber for the first time today. We'll debate it too.
My studio guests are the Labour AM, Mick Antoniw, the former Plaid Cymru AM Nerys Evans, and the Liberal Democrat Euro candidate, Alec Dauncey.