On this week's programme, Plaid Cymru's Llyr Gruffydd AM, Darren Millar AM from the Welsh Conservatives and Labour's Vikki Howells AM joined Owain Phillips in the studio to talk about Neil McEvoy's suspension and our latest poll. Adrian Masters also had an update from Westminster on the ongoing dispute over devolved powers post-Brexit.
Andrew Price discovers how the rugged mountains of Snowdonia helped a woman to recover from an eating disorder which nearly claimed her life.
Ruth Wignall is on Anglesey learning about the therapeutic effects of bees, while Rob Shelley meets the mother and daughter from Rhos-on-Sea who are encouraging other women to take up sport.
This week in an hour-long special, Adrian Masters quizzed Welsh Labour's two deputy leader candidates - Swansea East MP Carolyn Harris and Cardiff North AM Julie Morgan - on why they want the job and what it will mean to the party.
This week, Carl Edwards takes a look back at the news in Wales including how one charity is helping to tackle period poverty in Wales. Following International Women's Day, the programme meets an array of inspirational women including the mother from Abergavenny who rowed her way into the record books.
Tulips from Amsterdam. Ruth Wignall celebrates the arrival of spring by tracing the journey of one of our favourite seasonal flowers.
She meets traditional tulip growers in Holland and visits the world’s largest trading centre for plants and flowers near Amsterdam where blooms are sold and then transported to florists across Wales.
Mother of two Dawn Wilson has been diagnosed with terminal breast cancer.
She is determined to use the time she has left to raise awareness of the symptoms of her condition.
Her hope: to make a positive difference to the lives of others - after she has gone.
Joining Adrian Masters in the studio this week were UKIP AM Michelle Brown and Jess Blair, director of Electoral Reform Society Cymru to talk about Brexit and what can be done to bring more equality to Welsh politics. We also heard from Labour MP Stephen Kinnock on potential steel trade wars with the US, and Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Owen Smith MP on Labour's shifting policy on the customs union.
As the RAF celebrates its centenary, Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price are on Anglesey for a behind the scenes look at one of its busiest bases.
This week Andrew meets the crew of IV Squadron which trains fighter pilots and takes a flight in a hawk fast jet.