This week Adrian Masters's guests were Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Jane Dodds, Mark Isherwood for the Welsh Conservatives, Labour's Mick Antoniw and Adam Price from Plaid Cymru. Topics included pressure on the First Minister to apologise to Mr Price after a Senedd exchange, the Alyn and Deeside by-election and 100 years on from women first getting the vote.
Megan Boot takes a look back at the news in Wales including the impact gambling could have on young people. She also speaks to one women about the effect gambling has had on her life.
The big holiday season and a vital time to get the tills ringing!
Glyn takes to the water for some dramatic sailing photography.
Ali goes scuba diving and scientist Mike get’s out for some data collection
Martyn 'Nugget' Williams is a legendary Welsh No.7 who enjoyed a 16 year international career, winning 100 caps and 2 Grand Slams.
In Wales’ historic Grand Slam winning campaign of 2005 he was voted 6 Nations Player of the Tournament.
This rugby journey took him from a shy valley boy to a big city superstar. From Sardis Road to the Arms Park and from a football loving teenager to a welsh rugby icon.
In this documentary, Martyn looks back at some of his magical 6 Nations moments and looks forward to this year's tournament.
For this week's Sharp End, Adrian Masters was joined in the studio by Labour's Lee Waters, Janet Finch-Saunders for the Conservatives and Bethan Jenkins from Plaid Cymru, to talk Brexit and health reorganisation. Owain Phillips also caught up with Lib Dem leader Vince Cable.
This week Megan Boot was joined by Wales's youngest ever Commonwealth Games athlete, table tennis player Anna Hursey, plus a look back at some of the other stories making the news in Wales.
Early summer and the Strait gets busy and Stan, Glyn and the local boatmen have to share their stretch of water with visiting boats and pleasure yachts.
Outdoor instructors Ali & Jamie promote a sea safe campaign and Frankie and her Sea Zoo team are up for a bit of fun and adventure in the Great Strait Raft Race.
On this week's programme, Owain Phillips was joined by Suzy Davies for the Conservatives, UKIP's Caroline Jones and Labour's Jane Hutt to talk about the UKIP leadership saga and who's next in line to be Wales's First Minister. Owain also caught up with Alun Cairns to chat about the Severn Tolls, Brexit and the tidal lagoon.