Called To Order [Radio Wales]

Episodes

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Summary20080119
20080125
20080606
20091016
20091031
20100122
20100423
20100724
20100108 (RW)
20100115 (RW)
20100122 (RW)
20100129 (RW)
20100430 (RW)
"Hitching a ride on the Welsh political rollercoaster, from Cardiff Bay to Westminster and Brussels.

Hitching a ride on the Welsh political rollercoaster, from Cardiff Bay to Westminster.

The UK government's spending cuts and the spending options facing the Assembly government are discussed by AdrIan Masters, Labour MP Paul Flynn and Liberal Democrat AM Peter Black.

The UK government's spending cuts and the spending options facing the Assembly.

Patrick Hannan and his guests look behind the headlines, soundbites and spin for a sharper perspective on the week's events in politics.

2/9. Patrick Hannan and his guests peer behind the headlines, soundbites and spin for a sharper perspective on the week's events in politics.

1/9. Patrick Hannan and his guests peer behind the headlines, soundbites and spin for a sharper perspective on the week's events in politics."

Summary20091016
20100430 (RW)
"Hitching a ride on the Welsh political rollercoaster, from Cardiff Bay to Westminster and Brussels.

Hitching a ride on the Welsh political rollercoaster, from Cardiff Bay to Westminster.

The UK government's spending cuts and the spending options facing the Assembly government are discussed by AdrIan Masters, Labour MP Paul Flynn and Liberal Democrat AM Peter Black.

The UK government's spending cuts and the spending options facing the Assembly."

Summary20091031
20080606
Summary20091016
20100430 (RW)
Hitching a ride on the Welsh political rollercoaster, from Cardiff Bay to Westminster and Brussels.

Hitching a ride on the Welsh political rollercoaster, from Cardiff Bay to Westminster.

The UK government's spending cuts and the spending options facing the Assembly government are discussed by AdrIan Masters, Labour MP Paul Flynn and Liberal Democrat AM Peter Black.

The UK government's spending cuts and the spending options facing the Assembly.