Plaid Cymru could be set for a new leader after two assembly members announced they are to challenge Leanne Wood for the top job in the party.
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr AM Adam Price and Rhun ap Iorwerth, AM for Ynys Môn announced their intention to run in July. The party's rules allow for a contest to be held every two years if members want it.
Rhondda AM Ms Wood has been leader since 2012 and said she is still the right person to lead the party.
Watch the interview with Political Editor Adrian Masters and Leanne Wood in her home town of Penygraig in the Rhondda where he asked her views of some of the biggest controversies.
Rhun ap Iorwerth left a career in journalism to become an AM in 2013. Owain Phillips met up with him on a visit to a boatyard to see what makes him tick.
Adam Price was an MP for nearly a decade before quitting parliament to spend time in academia - studying at Harvard in the US before retuning to front line politics in the Senedd in 2016. He told Owain he'd like to see income tax cut to nine pence to boost the Welsh economy.
The new leader will be announced on Friday lunchtime.