First Minister Carwyn Jones has opened tributes in the Senedd to his predecessor, Rhodri Morgan, who died last week. Mr Jones recalled how he'd been appointed to the Welsh cabinet by a man he regarded as a father figure.
What I am now, I owe to him. He was a hugely intelligent man, with a fine mind but he could get on with anybody.
We've lost one of our nation's giants. He may be gone but his name is written into our nation's history.
Family, friends and colleagues shared memories of the 77-year-old, who died on May 17 after collapsing while cycling near Cardiff.
The funeral of the former First Minister is open to the public and can be viewed live.
The former First Minister died two weeks ago whilst out cycling near his home in Cardiff. Today his funeral will be open to the public.