Sharp End, March 1st
After the brakes were applied to all road building projects in Wales last year, what now for the towns still gridlocked with congestion? Rob Osborne has been to Llanbedr in North Wales which has a persistent problem with traffic.
There were plans to build a bypass there but they were scrapped after conflicting with the Welsh Government's plans to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. It has now set up a North Wales Transport Commission, which it hopes will offer an alternative transport solution to this part of the country.
Also on the show, as the conflict in Ukraine continues to escalate, Rob is joined by ITV Wales' Political Editor, Adrian Masters to discuss what the reaction is here in Wales as well as with European Security expert Professor Christian Kaunert.
And looking back on LGBT+ History Month in February, the head of Stonewall Cymru chats to Rob about how Wales can become the most friendly LGBT+ place in Europe