Sharp End November 22nd
As the NHS finds itself under more strain than ever, Rob Osborne looks at what the pressures are here in Wales. He's joined in the studio by the head of the Welsh NHS Confederation, Darren Hughes, to find out what the service needs to make it through the winter.
A week is said to be a long time in politics and it certainly has been in Wales. On Friday, the First Minister welcomed leaders from across the British Isles at the British and Irish Council Summit in Cardiff against a backdrop of Brexit-related tensions. Michael Gove, one of the attendees at the event, also stopped off in Merthyr Tydfil to find out how 'levelling-up' funds from the UK Government are being spent in Wales.
Since then, Mark Drakeford has secured a pact for Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru to work together on common policy areas for the next three years. Rob talks to our Political Editor, Adrian Masters, on what it means for decision making in the Senedd.
And as voting for the next Welsh Youth Parliament closes, we speak to former young parliamentarians about what the role was like and what advice they would give to their successors.