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Sunday Supplement

Sunday Supplement

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


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Devolution, Merthyr testing & Thatcher resignation

Guests include Conservative MS David Melding, Politics Professor Richard Wyn Jones, Labour MS Dawn Bowden, Warsaw journalist Natalia Ojewska and lecturer and journalist Robert Orchard.
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Vaccines, No 10 advisors and civil war Pembrokeshire

Changes are afoot in Downing Street. How significant is the departure of advisor Dominic Cummings? We hear from Conservative MP Michael Fabricant and Sian Jones, who used to be an advisor to former Chancellor Phillip Hammond. A grim milestone has been passed. The number of people who have died with Coronavirus has now exceeded 50,000 in Britain. We speak to a former public health director and author Professor John Ashton and ask him if the early news of vaccines gives us grounds for hope. Other guests include philosopher, cultural commentator and author of 'Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil' Susan Neiman, and Director of the Erasmus Forum for Historical and Cultural Research and author of 'Charlemagne, Emperor of the West', and writer and Reader in Early Modern History at Cardiff University, Dr Lloyd Bowen.
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US election and Wales after the Firebreak

Joe Biden is to be the 46th President of the USA Kamela Harris the first women Vice President. So what can we expect? We discuss what lies ahead with writer Bonnie Greer, who describes herself as 100% Southside of Chicago and NYC, and Never Trump, alongside journalist and Trump supporter Steve Merczynski. Closer to home the firebreak in Wales is about to come to an end. On the programme are Health Minister Vaughan Gething and shadow health minister Conservative MS Andrew RT Davies. And as well as looking forward we'll be reflecting back on why certain areas of Wales were associated with conscientious objectors during World War One - we hear from the author of a new book on the subject, Cyril Pearce. And in the wake of the Great War came the Representation of the People Act, which gave the vote to some women. Two years later Lady Rhondda set up a feminist magazine 'Time and Tide' covering politics and the arts from a feminist perspective. We hear from Professor Angela V John on its importance a century on.
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EHRC, Industry after Covid and from poverty to the Lords

Guests include Labour Peer Lord Peter Hain, Plaid Cymru's Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts, CBI Wales director Ian Price, US writer and producer Ben Sheehan, Methodist Minister and life peer Lord Leslie Griffiths.
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Wales wide lockdown, flooding & Nigeria

Guests include business people from north and south Wales, Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport Lee Waters, Dr Arianna Giovannini a reader in local politics and public policy at De Montford University, Dr Leena Koni Hoffmann, who is an associate fellow of the Africa Programme, and the Nigeria country lead for the Africa Programme?s Social Norms and Accountable Governance Project at the international affairs think tank, Chatham House, and Plaid Cymru MS for the Rhondda Leanne Wood.
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