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Watch our interview with Bethan Jenkins AM tomorrow to learn about the new Culture, Welsh Language and Communications committee, their aims for the Fifth Assembly and how you can have your say on what their priorities should be.Are you passionate about the arts? The Welsh language? Broadcasting and media in Wales? We want you to tell us your ideas. Watch this video to find out how! Bethan Jenkins AM is the Chair to the new Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee at the National Assembly for Wales. The Committee is a group of eight Assembly Members from across Wales who represent the five political parties who make up the Assembly. Their jobs is to look at things like culture, the Welsh language, broadcasting and the media and ask what people and organisations in Wales think about them. By doing this, the committee can make sure that the Welsh Government’s decisions about these things are in the best interests of Wales and its people. Bethan Jenkins AM talks about what she hopes the committee can achieve during the Fifth Assembly, and wants to know whether you have ideas you’d like to share about these issues and what their priorities should be.