Sharp End September 28th
It's been six months since Wales went into lockdown along with the rest of the UK as the coronavirus pandemic swept across the country forcing thousands of businesses to close. Now the high streets are back open, but with the number of lockdowns increasing, the future is still uncertain.
Before the latest restrictions came in, Rob Osborne went to Llanelli and Deeside to hear how business owners there were feeling about the impact of Covid and the deepest recession in a century. Back in the studio, Rob was joined by Economy Minister Ken Skates and Welsh Secretary Simon Hart to discuss whether governments are doing enough and Principality CEO Julie-Ann Haines on the future of the workplace.