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Wales Programmes

Sharp End November 29

We've all got used to video meetings, but should our politicians in Wales be back in the Senedd? In an anonymous survey by Sharp End, the majority of members who responded, said they want to carry on working in a hybrid way- both from home and from the Siambr. To discuss more, Rob Osborne is joined by the Conservatives' Sam Kurtz, Plaid Cymru's Mabon ap Gwynfor and Hefin David for Labour. 

Wales' First Minister, Mark Drakeford, has backed Nicola Sturgeon in calling on Boris Johnson to bring in tighter Covid-19 restrictions as more cases of the Omicron variant are found in the UK. Rob is joined by ITV Wales' Political Editor, Adrian Masters, for an update.

And ahead of World AIDS Day on Wednesday 1 December, we hear from Steve Craftman in Neath who has been living with HIV for over 30 years. Rob also chats to the former UK Health Secretary during the 1980s, Lord Norman Fowler, about how he was instrumental in getting the message out about the risks of HIV.

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Wales Programmes