Sharp End March 16th

As the first Coronavirus death in Wales is confirmed and the Prime Minister advises us all, and the most vulnerable in particular, to avoid all but essential travel, social contact and going to work, Adrian Masters speaks to Dr Mair Hopkin from the Royal College of GPs about the impact its having on frontline services. We also hear from Amy Bainton from the Federation of Small Businesses on the support needed for businesses here to weather the Coronavirus storm.

Elsewhere, a month on from Storm Dennis, we hear from the leader of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council leader and the Welsh Local Government Association, Cllr Andrew Morgan on how the communities are recovering from the floods and the new challenge of handling the Coronavirus outbreak.

And as the Welsh Government published a new bill aimed at improving bus services, we hear from Labour AM Hefin David who is on the Assembly infrastructure committee and David Beer from passenger group Transport Focus on what needs to change when it comes to improving the way we travel.