A brand new political programme kicks off next Tuesday with a political 'street surgery' held in Ammanford.

The town's residents were given an opportunity to grill Mid and West Wales AM Eluned Morgan on the issues that matter to them.

Topics ranged from concerns about the proposed new housing development near Heol Tir-y-coed, Glanaman; parking charges affecting the town's high street businesses and whether more could be done to promote apprenticeships amongst youngsters?

Amman Valley pupil Gina Ware wanted to ask the Minister for the Welsh language and lifelong learning what she felt could be done to reduce plastic waste in the area.

Speaking after filming, she said: "I'd have liked to have heard a little more about what we as young people can do to reduce plastic waste, or perhaps ideas for local businesses, but the Minister was receptive and it was a good opportunity."

Speaking to producers after the surgery ended, Eluned Morgan welcomed the opportunity to appear in the new show:

"It was a really constructive day. I wasn't sure what was coming at me but the subjects were varied.

"I'm glad to say that most of the issues were in fields where the Welsh Government are working to move things forward."

"Of course it's really important that politicians listen to what people are saying.

"There's a danger if we don't that we're just guessing what's important to them."

Y byd yn ei le will run for the next six weeks on S4C, visiting communities across the country.

You can watch on S4C on Tuesday evenings or catch up on the BBC's iPlayer.