We reveal the results of our latest poll, chat with the CMO and discuss some of Kirsty Williams' last actions as Education Minister.
It's back to school again for children across Wales. Plus the First Minister tells us why it's time for society to listen to the concerns of women and girls.
Tonight, we look at the state of the tories in Wales. Plus, we speak to two women who have been learning Welsh during the pandemic
On St David's day when we celebrate all things Welsh, what better time to look at the future of the UK.Plus, we're looking at the changing face of Welsh news.
We're looking at the state of Plaid Cymru, speaking to 16 year olds about voting for the first time and discussing Wales' roadmap out of the lockdown
Tonight, it's a toxic mix of climate change and our industrial past. We've been back to Skewen after the floods to see what work has been done.
One month on from the transition period, we're looking at the effect of Brexit so far in Wales and discussing the online abuse that politicians receive.
Russel T Davies compares the 1980s AIDS crisis to the coronavirus pandemic in an interview about his latest drama, 'It's A Sin'.
This week, the First Minister defends his government's approach to the vaccination programme, plus we reveal the results of our latest opinion poll.
This week we hear from Wales's decision makers on their perspective of handling a pandemic and making 'life and death' choices.
Brexit is back - we hear from businesses about how the trade deal negotiations will affect them, plus we look ahead to next years Senedd election.
We hear from the Chief Medical Officer about why he's concerned about the festive season, plus more on calls for adequate housing to be made law.
What does the future look like for transport in Wales after a bumpy ride, plus we talk to the Llywydd about why women are nervous about entering politics.
The pandemic has caused disruption, especially for young people in their future. This week we look at Welsh education, where it is and where it is going.
How can Wales adapt for a post-Covid future, farmers on the prospect of no trade deal and will exams go ahead?
With one more week of lockdown in Wales, we ask people what they think of the firebreak, and one Welsh MP warns of the rise of Covid conspiracy theories.
Wales goes its own way with the fire-break but is it making us more divided? Plus Neil Kinnock, talks about his part in ending Joe Biden's presidential run.
As Wales prepares to go into lockdown again, Rob Osborne speaks to the Health Minister, Andrew RT Davies and Dai Lloyd about whether it's the right move
Tonight on Sharp End, who's footing the bill for floods and Wales's coal legacy?
This week's Sharp End is all about the economy - how are businesses faring after lockdown and what's being done to support those left out of work? Rob
As more parts of Wales head into lockdown, Rob Osborne talks to the Health Minister about the new restrictions and what happens next.
Sharp End is back with a new look and a new presenter. We hear from the people of Wrexham on how they feel about politics in a COVID-19 world.
As Wales continues to adapt to life in lockdown, Adrian Masters was joined by First Minister Mark Drakeford to talk coronavirus testing, working w...
As the Prime Minister announced strict measures in a bid to stop the spread of Coronavirus, Adrian Masters was joined by Health Minister Vaughan G...
As the first Coronavirus death in Wales is confirmed and the Prime Minister advises us all, and the most vulnerable in particular, to avoid all but essential...
As the number of Welsh cases of Coronavirus rises, Adrian Masters talked to Chief Medical Officer Dr Frank Atherton about how worried we should be...
As the the UK government's started talks with the EU about our future relationship, Adrian Masters speaks with the First Minister about those talks.
As the political fallout from the recent floods continues, Adrian Masters asks who should pay what and which government should take responsibility...
After two storms in two weeks, Adrian Masters is joined by Conservative AM, Andrew RT Davies and Pontypridd MP Alex-Davies Jones, as they talk abo...
As the latest rough sleeping count revealed over 400 people living on the streets in Wales, Carole Green went to a drop-in centre in Wrexham to ta...
We're now out of the EU, technically at least, so what next? Adrian Master's talks the future of the union with Brexit Minister Jeremy Miles, whil...
To smack or not to smack? It's been a debate for years, but tomorrow AMs are likely to pass a law to make it illegal here. Adrian Masters was join...