Friday, February 19, 1999 Published at 13:53 GMT
David Cornock, BBC Wales Parliamentary Correspondent, reflects on the quest to find two poets for the Welsh Assembly.
Union setback for Blair's Welsh choice
Unison members back Rhodri Morgan in the Welsh Labour leadership contest, dealing a blow to the prime minister's favourite, Alun Michael.
Ron Davies makes defiant comeback
Former Welsh Secretary Ron Davies has revealed the full extent of clashes within Labour between Cardiff and London in the run-up to the devolution referendum.
Rhodri Morgan: From scholarship to leadership?
Certain he has the people behind him, Rhodri Morgan is happy to be taking on the establishment.
Alun Michael: Fighting to be first
Alun Michael would have stood as a candidate for a Welsh Assembly 20 years ago - now he has the chance to be its leader.
Michael appeals for support
Welsh Secretary Alun Michael has appealed to Labour members to support him in his bid to become the party's leader in Wales.
Blair back in Wales, backing Michael
The prime minister has once again used a trip west of the border to declare his support for Alun Michael in the race to become Labour's Welsh leader.
No room for debate in Welsh Assembly site
The Welsh Office has been accused of shutting down an Internet chat forum because of attacks on the Welsh Assembly.
Michael: I won't drop out if I lose
Welsh Secretary Alun Michael has told BBC News Online he will stand in elections for the Welsh Assembly - even if he loses the Welsh party leadership contest.
Head-to-head: Morgan vs Michael
Welsh Secretary Alun Michael and backbench MP Rhodri Morgan offer their views on the Welsh Labour leadership contest.