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Political news, discussions and analysis, plus a round-up of the Sunday papers with our guest reviewers.

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    • Government

Political news, discussions and analysis, plus a round-up of the Sunday papers with our guest reviewers.

    Brexit, Feminist Wales and the Live Music industry

    Brexit, Feminist Wales and the Live Music industry

    Daniel Davies sits in.
    The UK is leaving the EU in under a week. What next for Wales? We hear from Brexit Minister Jeremy Miles. How is Wales performing when it comes to gender-equality? We hear from Cerys Furlong from Charity Chwarae Teg and Baroness Jenny Randerson. Ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day we hear the remarkable story of Mady Gerrard, a survivor of the infamous Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen camps, who made Wales her home. And is showtime over for Wales’ live music industry? An Assembly committee is looking into concerns. Plus a round-up of the Sunday papers with guest reviewers Sara Robinson and the Rev. Eldon Phillips.

    • 52 min
    Wales Office, Davos and Spanish coalition

    Wales Office, Davos and Spanish coalition

    A new Welsh secretary at the helm. What is the role of the Wales Office in a devolved Wales? We hear from former Secretary of State for Wales, Stephen Crabb and Professor Roger Awan Scully. Meanwhile the rich, the powerful and the protesters have descended on the Swiss Alps for the Davos forum. For the first time, environmental concerns dominate the agenda. This year its theme is "Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World" and it will be largely focused on climate change. Plus Spain finally has a government. It consists of a coalition between the Socialist Party and Podemos. We hear from Dr Siân Edwards of Cardiff University.
    Plus a round-up of the Sunday papers with guest reviewers Jon Gower and Brexit Party AM David Rowlands

    • 53 min
    Labour leadership, Stormont, boundary review

    Labour leadership, Stormont, boundary review

    Soundings on the Labour leadership from Lord Hain and Cardiff Central Labour MP Jo Stevens. After three years of deadlock, an agreement appears to be reached on restoring political powers to Stormont. Lord Murphy considers its significance. And is it time to redraw the electoral boundaries for our 650 MPs? Founder of Number Cruncher Politics and election analyst Matt Singh gives his views on the electoral map. Meanwhile the Committee on Assembly Electoral Reform is considering whether the National Assembly for Wales should have more Assembly Members and whether there should be changes to the way in which they're elected. We hear from Labour AM Dawn Bowden who is the chair of the Committee on Assembly electoral reform.

    • 53 min
    The Political Year Ahead

    The Political Year Ahead

    What can we expect from our politicians in 2020? We ask some political experts, hear from a Tory MP and look at what might be in store for US President Donald Trump.

    • 53 min
    Brexit latest, Windrush anniversary, Job sharing AMs

    Brexit latest, Windrush anniversary, Job sharing AMs

    Weekly politics programme. Vaughan's guests include Anna McMorrin MP, Sian Gwenllian AM and solicitor Hilary Brown.

    • 53 min

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I listen to this podcast every week to catch up on the truly important issues being discussed in Wales. I only wish that I understood enough Welsh to listen to it on Radio Cymru. Mr. Roderick is extremely knowledgeable and seems very fair to both sides of any issue. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone who loves Wales.

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