Sharp End, March 7th
As Wales' Economy Minister announces a £200m strategy to help people get into work, Rob Osborne speaks to a young mother from Cardiff who used to struggle to get work but now helps others get employment through the PaCE scheme -Parents, Childcare and Employment.
The Welsh Government says the investment in its employment strategy is to support those often excluded from the jobs market, including women, people from Black, Asian and, Minority ethnic backgrounds, disabled people and lower-skilled workers.
Also on the programme, as the Ukrainian conflict continues, the cost of living crisis worsens, but what can be done to help people pay their bills? Joining Rob Osborne in the studio to discuss more is Plaid Cymru's Peredur Owen Griffiths and Labour's Joyce Watson. Tom Giffard for the Conservatives joins from home.
And Rob also catches up with Colonel James Phillips, the new Veterans' Commissioner for Wales about what he hopes to bring to his role and how he's going to support former servicemen and women here.