Political news, discussions and analysis, plus a round-up of the Sunday papers with our guest reviewers.
Labour/Plaid, migrants, role models and Doctor Who
53:20Guests include Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price, Founder of Atlantic Pacific International Rescue which saves people from drowning Robin Jenkins, Dr Lindsey Blummell, from City University, Clinical Epidemiologist from Queen Mary University of London Dr Deepti Gurdasani, Shadow Foreign Affairs & International Development Minister and the Labour MP for Cardiff South and Penarth Stephen Doughty, Conservative commentator Laura Perrins, Dr Ross Garner from Cardiff University, Welsh Affairs Editor with Wales Online Will Hayward, and leadership coach and the host of the Women on a Mission podcast Sue Revell.
Welsh Labour Plaid deal, racism & British-Irish Summit
53:28Guests include Professor Richard Wyn Jones, former BBC Sports Editor and the author of 'The Nine Waves - The Extraordinary Story of Indian Cricket' Mihir Bose, Labour MP for Cardiff West and a member of the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Kevin Brennan, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Research Fellow and Manager of the Ukraine Forum at the Chatham House think tank Orysia Lutsevych, freelance trainer working with teenagers in south Wales Clare Critchley, and Welsh Conservative Senedd Member for Brecon & Radnorshire James Evans MS.
Sleaze, COP26 and Wales labour market
53:57Guests include Professor Sir John Curtice, Green Party peer Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle, writer, broadcaster and commentator on environmental protection and sustainable development Sir Jonathon Porritt, Welsh Government Economy Minister Vaughan Gething, documentary film-maker Dr John Geraint and Professor Diana Wallace from the University of South Wales whose main research area is historical fiction, Labour MP for Newport West Ruth Jones and writer and broadcaster Jon Gower.
Parliamentary Standards row, COP26, Youth Parliament elections and Don Revie revisited
53:31Reaction and analysis on the Parliamentary Standards row from former Plaid Cymru MP Elfyn Llwyd, Guardian Political Editor George Parker and Rachel Wearmouth, Senior Political Correspondent for the Mirror; Haf Elgar from Friends of the Earth Cymru responds to developments so far at the COP26 climate summit; Emyr George from Qualifications Wales discusses the aims of the new GCSE syllabus, including teaching on eco-literacy; voting is underway in the election for the second Welsh Youth Parliament - former members Betsan Angell Roberts and Cai Phillips explain its role; and Chris Evans MP explains why he has written a book about former England football manager Don Revie. The paper reviewers are Linda Mitchell from Cardiff University and Plaid Cymru MS Heledd Fychan.