Sharp End, June 5th
How can we solve congestion in the capital?
With the March budget looming, what's needed to keep the economy's wheels turning?
Are the cards stacked against gamblers and will new regulations bring about fair play?
With a quarter of the population not in work or looking for work - Rob has been meeting the older workforce whose job prospects continue to bloom.
There's tough decisions facing councils as vital services could face the cut.
New year - same strikes. We ask our first panel of 2023 what the resolutions should be.
We look back at a year dominated by strikes, concerns over the cost of living and changing faces in No. 10.
It's 1997, Blair's in Number 10, the country mourns Diana and Wales has devolution dilemma. 25 years on, we've been reflecting with those who were there.
The NHS is struggling amid staff shortages - so how will it cope with the 'hardest winter' yet?
Rishi Sunak is our next PM - so which direction do the Conservatives need to take?
Will it be the first U-turn of many for the PM? Plus we hear from those trying to guide the most vulnerable through the cost of living crisis.
We mark 25 years of devolution, plus, we'll hear what people think of the new PM and her plans with the results of our latest poll.
We discuss the future of the monarchy, the energy crisis and a tourism tax with Huw Irranca-Davies, Laura Anne Jones, Liz Saville Roberts and Jane Dodds.
In a special Sharp End we reflect on the Queen's legacy and the King's future and the new Prince of Wales.
It's the final show of Sharp End before the summer and we're reflecting on a busy week in politics after Boris Johnson announced he step down as Prime Minister.
Could e-scooters be the new way forward for transport in Wales as their popularity grows despite still being illegal for use in public places.
Five years on since the Grenfell Tower fire and is enough being done by the Welsh Government to support people living in potentially dangerous buildings here?
Is there a future for Public Service television as the industry faces more challenges from streamers and the way it's funded.
Is Wales doing enough to replace GPs, with almost a quarter at retirement age. One doctor is calling on more to be done to attract people to the service.
The Prime Minister has won the vote of confidence in his leadership from Conservative MPs but does that mean he's safe?
As train timetables move back to pre-pandemic levels in Wales, is public transport back on track?
The future of our towns, Andrew RT Davies on what next for the Welsh Conservatives after the local election losses & a look ahead to the Queen's Speech.
The Welsh Government says it's got a plan to deal with the huge numbers of people on NHS waiting lists. But is it a good plan?
With the local elections next month Rob Osborne has been finding out what some first-time voters think about politics in Wales.
We meet the three women in Bridgend who are hoping to open up their homes to a family of eight, fleeing from Ukraine.
He's the Welshman who came within 1,500 votes of being Prime Minister and now Neil Kinnock is turning 80 he's reflecting on his life in and out of public eye.
A week to go before the end of covid restrictions in Wales as we know them, or is it?
As Welsh Labour holds its party conference we hear from Mark Drakeford and Sir Keir Stammer.
The Wesh Government has announced it's investing in its employment strategy to help more people get into work.
A new transport commission has been set up to look at alternative transport options in North Wales.
13 schools in Wales are trialling longer school days. Could it mean an end to the regular school day?
Should there be a specialist health centre supporting people with long covid in Wales?
Boris Johnson has apologised as part of Sue Gray's report is published into Downing Street parties.
It's a critical time for the Prime Minister but can he weather the latest political storm?
It's been a difficult time for the hospitality sector in Wales but are things looking brighter ahead?
As Omicron cases rise, does this mean Covid restrictions are making a Christmas comeback in Wales?
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas but could the new Covid variant dampen the festivities in Wales?
Should all Welsh politicians return to the Senedd? Or should the chamber continue to work in a hybrid way?
Rob Osborne speaks to the head of the Welsh NHS Confederation on how the service will cope during the winter.
Do we need to do more to support veterans? Ken Skates shares why he stepped away from one of the most powerful roles in politics and was it good COP or bad COP?
Schools in Wales say they face a mountain of problems like staffing and workload. Teachers are calling for politicians to take action.
World leaders are gathering in Scotland to try to save the planet but what impact will it have in Wales?
Coal tip safety, security for our politicians, going green at the supermarket and nurses pay.
Ahead of the royal opening of the Senedd, the Llywydd talks royals, security and clubbing. Plus, can we afford to go green? We discuss
Air pollution and traffic are big problems for many cities and towns in Wales. But will an end to road building help or hinder Wales' environment?
In this week's Sharp End, Rob is joined by Conservative MS Paul Davies and Plaid Cymru's Mabon ap Gwynfor. They discuss 'overtourism' and the Labour conference.
Sharp End is back after the summer break with an hour-long show, featuring the people of Porthmadog, the FM, Adam Price and a panel of polticans.
It's almost the end of term for schools and the end of masks and bubbles in classrooms, but are there any changes they want to keep?
A year on from the Rhondda flooding, there are calls for a review of Natural Resources Wales. Could the blocked culverts lead to a court battle?
We hear from farmers on each side of the fence when it comes to trade deals and ex-minister Kirsty Williams talk about security in her last months in office.
The Welsh Government is hitting the brakes when it comes to new roads. We've been talking to the Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters about it.
Ever wondered what the First Minister does all day? Well, we've been finding out.
It's summer time and that means festivals. With restrictions being eased, we talk to organisers about the way forward post-Covid.
International travel has resumed but what does it mean for our national airport? We speak to the current CEO and the new Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething
We talk to the First Minister about his new cabinet and get to know some of our new Senedd members. Plus, we hear what's next for Scotland.
Welsh Labour are back, securing their sixth term and getting half the Senedd seats. We hear from all the parties as we assess the election fallout.
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.