Adrian Masters talks to political leaders, public figures and extraordinary people in this series of one-to-one interviews.
Education Minister Leighton Andrews has spoken about his childhood experience of being picked on for being Welsh at an English school
Labour MP Paul Flynn talks about childhood poverty, independence for Wales and why, at the age of 77 he thinks he's 'better than ever'
The Tory leader in Cardiff Bay talks of childhood reading difficulties and regret at the cancellation of his party's Welsh conference.
In a wide-ranging interview, Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillan reveals how Margaret Thatcher inspired her to launch a political career.