Sharp End, May 23rd
When it comes to farming is there a level playing field since Brexit? For some farmers in Wales, they're annoyed that their counterparts in the EU remain virtually unchecked to export products to the UK, while they have rafts of paperwork to fill in to send their products to the continent.
Hannah Thomas has been to meet a farmer in Brecon who is frustrated with the situation and is also worried that without border checks, the UK risks allowing animal diseases like foot and mouth into the country.
To discuss more on the matter, Rob Osborne is joined by Wales' Rural Affairs Minister, Lesley Griffiths MS on what the Welsh Government can do to protect and support farmers here.
Also on the programme, the Welsh Conservatives held their conference over the weekend in Newtown, with some members here trying to create a different image to their colleagues in Westminster. Owain Phillips went along to hear what the Senedd Leader, Andrew RT Davies and Prime Minister, Boris Johnson had to say.