Adrian Masters is in Manchester ahead if the ITV debate between the Conservative leadership contenders and reports on how Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt performed at a hustings in Cardiff.
In the studio, Owain Phillips asks Tory AM Mark Isherwood about some of Boris Johnson's more controversial remarks. He also questions NFU Cymru President John Davies about the Welsh Government's plans for farming support after Brexit. And he interviews the Future Generations Commissioner, Sophie Howe, about her role in the cancellation of a new motorway around Newport.
How do communities cope when their local industry shuts down?
Factory workers across Wales share their stories of life after layoff.
EPIC WALES: Ruth Wignall is scaling the heights of the newly named Prince of Wales bridge, Andrew Price is speeding along the Menai Strait and Hannah Thomas is in beautiful Pembrokeshire.
Trevor Fishlock is drawn by a smell of diesel and hot oil into a special little museum in West Wales which cherishes a collection of industrial engines.
The Internal Fire Museum of Power, in Tanygroes, Ceredigion, houses engines which have powered paddle steamers, pumping stations and generators.
Trevor also takes a balloon ride in the Tywi Valley, stepping off to walk from Nantgaredig to Aberglasney.
At Whitemill, he hears the story of the biggest fish ever caught without a net in Britain - a 9ft 2in sturgeon which was pulled out of the Tywi in 1932.
In Aberglasney he hears how a bishop insulted Queen Elizabeth I and missed out on the chance to become Archbishop of Canterbury.
This week on Sharp End, cabinet ministers can't escape from questions over the Conservative leadership contest even when they go to school. Adrian Masters is joined by former Government adviser Lauren McEvatt to discuss how the contest is playing out. Elsewhere, Owain Phillips was in Manchester of the British and Irish Council summit, where Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar warned of tarifs if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. And as the Assembly held its first joint sitting with the Welsh Youth Parliament, Plaid Cymru's Delyth Jewell shares her experience of being a young person in politics.
Acne affects at least half the population and its impact can be huge, but is the health service in Wales doing enough to support those affected?
We're down to the final two in the battle to replace Theresa May in number 10 and it's down to the membership. Adrian Masters was joined by political commentator Fay Jones and Cardiff University's Prof Roger Awan-Scully to discuss how the hustings between Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson will play out. Elsewhere, as Labour's shadow cabinet continues to try to reach agreement over its policy over a second referendum, Aberavon MP Stephen Kinnock told Adrian the withdrawal bill is Labour's lifeline.
We also hear from Chris Davies after he lost his seat in Brecon and Radnorshire.
Each year 5 million people older people are targeted by scams.
Two widows from Anglesey, who lost thousands of pounds, tell us the impact it’s had on them.