Sharp End

Sharp End September 17th

On this week's programme, Owain Phillips was joined by David Rees AM for Labour, Welsh Conservative Angela Burns AM and former Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Mark Williams to discuss the latest in the Welsh Labour leadership contest and Brexit, while Adrian Masters took a trip to Brighton for the Liberal Democrat conference.

Sharp End September 10th

On this week's programme, Adrian Masters was joined by Labour's Jane Hutt AM, Plaid Cymru's newly-returned AM Helen Mary Jones and Nick Ramsay AM for the Welsh Conservatives. Topics up for discussion were Brexit and the possibility of a people's vote and how Welsh Labour will elect the next First Minister. We also heard from former Welsh Conservative chief of staff Anthony Pickles on the future of the party now they have a new leader.

Sharp End September 3rd

Sharp End is back after the summer break with an hour-long special with the three candidates vying to be the next leader of Plaid Cymru.
Adrian Masters was joined in studio by current leader Leanne Wood and her challengers, Adam Price and Rhun ap Iorwerth to talk about coalitions, their political motivation and why they think they should be the next party leader.

Sharp End July 30th

In the last Sharp End before the summer break, Adrian Masters quizzed the two contenders to be the next Welsh Conservative leader - South West Wales AM Suzy Davies and Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies. We'll be back on September 3rd.

Sharp End July 16th

This week Adrian Masters was joined by Labour's Jenny Rathbone AM, Darren Millar AM for the Conservatives and Colegau Cymru chief executive Iestyn Davies to discuss Brexit and the prospect of expanding the Assembly. Plus Owain Phillips was in Brussels with the First Minister as he met with the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier.

Sharp End July 9th

Sharp End was only off air for three weeks and suddenly we have four leadership contests in the Assembly and another UK Government crisis. Joining Owain Phillips to discuss Brexit, leadership and the fun and games awaiting Assembly Members over the summer were Vikki Howells AM for Labour, Dr Dai Lloyd AM for Plaid Cymru and Nick Ramsay AM from the Welsh Conservatives.
We also heard from the latest Labour member to join the First Minister race - Huw Irranca-Davies.

Andrew RT Davies won't be 'sulking on the back benches'

Former Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies AM says he won't dwell on the past after resigning his post.

Speaking to our political editor Adrian Masters for the first time since standing down last week, Mr Davies said he won't sulk on the back benches, but that a range of issues had led to him his decision.