Now that the European Election and Newark by-election are out of the way, you can expect the political parties to devote their full attention to Scotland's independence referendum. Scottish voters are being told by all parties that they will get a better devolution deal if they remain part of the United Kingdom. Given that Welsh devolution is so often dragged in the wake of what happens in Scotland, will that mean change for Wales whatever the vote in September? I'll be asking Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood in the Sharp End interview.
Barak Obama surprised all sides of that debate when he expressed his support last week for the UK remaining united. He made his intervention in Brussels following a meeting of the G7. Owain Phillips was in Brussels too last week but their paths didn't cross. Owain was at a meeting of NATO defence ministers, a precursor to September's NATO summit in Newport. For the Sharp End report he looks at what those defence ministers think are the big challenges facing the alliance.
My studio guests are the Plaid Cymru AM, Bethan Jenkins, former Labour MP Kim Howells and leader of the Welsh Conservatives in the Assembly, Andrew RT Davies.