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This Week

All Episodes 2013 - 2019

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193 episodes

2009x07 05/03/2009

  • 2013-03-05T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Stewart Lee, what's the answer to binge drinking in the UK?

2012x01 12-01-2012

  • Season Premiere

    2012-01-12T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x02 19-01-2012

  • 2012-01-19T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Jacqui Smith and guests.

2012x03 26-01-2012

  • 2012-01-26T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x04 02-02-2012

  • 2012-02-02T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alastair Campbell and guests.

2012x05 09-02-2012

  • 2012-02-09T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x06 23-02-2012

  • 2012-02-23T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil with Michael Portillo, Jacqui Smith and guests.

2012x07 01-03-2012

  • 2012-03-01T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x08 08-03-2012

  • 2012-03-08T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2012x09 15-03-2012

  • 2012-03-15T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2012x10 22-03-2012

  • 2012-03-22T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2012x11 29-03-2012

  • 2012-03-28T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2012x12 19-04-2012

  • 2012-04-18T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil with Michael Portillo, Constance Briscoe, Charles Kennedy and Harry Shearer.

2012x13 26-04-2012

  • 2012-04-25T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2012x14 10-05-2012

  • 2012-05-09T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Louise Mensch, Alan Johnson and Charles Kennedy. The French journalist and political commentator Agnes Poirier looks at the consequences of the election of Francois Hollande in France, and what that could mean for Europe and the UK. Quentin Letts gives a round-up of the Queen's Speech week and the aftermath of last week's elections. Writer and broadcaster Will Self looks at stigma, as we talk about gay marriage and child sex grooming

2012x15 17-05-2012

  • 2012-05-16T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2012x16 24-05-2012

  • 2012-05-23T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil.

2012x17 14-06-2012

  • 2012-06-13T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week, presented by Andrew Neil.

2012x18 21-06-2012

  • 2012-06-20T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x19 28-06-2012

  • 2012-06-27T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x20 05-07-2012

  • 2012-07-04T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alastair Campbell and guests. Brian Cox

2012x21 12-07-2012

  • 2012-07-11T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x22 19-07-2012

  • 2012-07-18T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and Oona King are joined by Simon Jenkins on the economy, Larry Lamb talking London and Anne McElvoy rounding up the week for the last show before the summer break.

2012x23 27-09-2012

  • 2012-09-26T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil with Michael Portillo, Jacqui Smith, Shirley Williams, Janet Daley and Simon Callow.

2012x24 04-10-2012

  • 2012-10-03T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil. Labour's Charles Falconer joins Michael Portillo on the sofa. The programme also features Tory insider Tim Montgomerie, The Guardian's Nick Watt and Classic Brit Award winner Nicola Benedetti.

2012x25 11-10-2012

  • 2012-10-10T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo. They are joined by Alan Johnson on the sofa plus comedian Ava Vidal, commentator and political journalist Mary Ann Sieghart and actor Jason Biggs.

2012x26 18-10-2012

  • 2012-10-17T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil looks at Scotland with Tommy Sheridan, talks twitter with the rapper Sway, plus John Pienaar rounds up the political week, and Alastair Campbell, Miranda Green and Michael Portillo are on the sofa.

2012x27 25-10-2012

  • 2012-10-24T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by John Sergeant to look at the BBC's troubles and Anne McElvoy with the dogs of Westminster. Plus, Alan Johnson, Michael Portillo and Shappi Khorsandi.

2012x28 01-11-2012

  • 2012-11-01T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2012x29 08-11-2012

  • 2012-11-08T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined on the sofa by Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson as they review the US election result with Piers Morgan and Simon Schama and talk reality TV with Denise Welch. Plus, a look back at the political week with Channel Four News' Sarah Smith.

2012x30 15-11-2012

  • 2012-11-15T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.

2012x31 22-11-2012

  • 2012-11-22T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil with Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson. Anne Atkins discusses the Church of England vote on women bishops, Ann Leslie rounds up the week's news, Richard Bacon talks gossip, plus Miranda Green.

2012x32 29-11-2012

  • 2012-11-29T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests, including Anne Diamond and Harold Evans.

2012x33 06-12-2012

  • 2012-12-06T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Tony Parsons talks about the royal baby, Robert Peston reviews the Autumn Statement and Miles Jupp discusses reinvention when they join Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and Jacqui Smith to look back over the political week.

2012x34 13-12-2012

  • 2012-12-13T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Owen Jones talks benefits, strivers and skivers, Mehdi Hasan rounds up the week, and Konnie Huq pores over the census figures with Andrew Neil and his panel of Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and Miranda Green.

2012x35 20-12-2012

  • 2012-12-20T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political year with Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson. They are joined by Sir Menzies Campbell, the FT's Gillian Tett, Paralympics presenter Ade Adepitan and cook Rosemary Shrager.

2013x01 10-01-2013

  • Season Premiere

    2013-01-10T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Janet Street-Porter talking benefits, Quentin Letts rounding up the week, and Amy Lamé on oddness, along with his panel of Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and Miranda Green for the first programme of 2013.

2013x02 17-01-2013

  • 2013-01-17T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2013x03 24-01-2013

  • 2013-01-24T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Alan Johnson, Shirley Williams and Michael Portillo review the political week, as they are joined by Neil Hamilton looking at European issues, Laura Kuenssberg going back over the headlines, while Lowri Turner and Katherine Ryan discuss the sexualisation of society.

2013x04 31-01-2013

  • 2013-01-31T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2013x05 07-02-2013

  • 2013-02-07T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Michael Portillo examines the modernising of the Conservative Party, Channel Four's Sarah Smith rounds up the political week and comedian David Baddiel looks at what it is like in the spotlight. Andrew Neil hosts late-night politics with Alan Johnson, Miranda Green and Jacob Rees-Mogg.

2013x06 14-02-2013

  • 2013-02-14T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2013x07 By Election Special

  • 2013-02-28T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week including live coverage of the Eastleigh by-election result presented by Andrew Neil with Michael Portillo, Alastair Campbell and guests.

2013x08 07-03-2013

  • 2013-03-07T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Alan Johnson and Michael Portillo. The Cheeky Girls, who hail from Romania, talk about British fears of an invasion of benefit-seekers from their homeland. BBC Radio 5 Live's Victoria Derbyshire rounds up the week - with a nod to Justin Bieber - and violinist Nigel Kennedy discusses how important it is for celebrities to look after their fans.

2013x09 14-3-2013

  • 2013-03-14T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.

2013x11 11-04-2013

  • 2013-04-10T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A special This Week as Andrew Neil and guests review a week dominated by the death of Baroness Thatcher. He is joined by Michael Portillo, Alastair Campbell and Shirley Williams. [S]

2013x12 18-04-2013

  • 2013-04-17T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

With Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo, Jacqui Smith and Miranda Green.

2013x13 25-04-2013

  • 2013-04-24T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil on the political week with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and Gillian Tett. Henning Wehn discuss stereotypes.

2013x14 02-05-2013

  • 2013-05-01T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Nigel Farage and Miranda Green join Andrew Neil, Alan Johnson and Michael Portillo.

2013x15 09-05-2013

  • 2013-05-08T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

A look at leadership lessons in the wake of Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.

2013x17 06-06-2013

  • 2013-06-05T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Bob Crow talks about universal benefits and Katy Brand talks about discretion.

2013x25 26-09-2013

  • 2013-09-25T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

The German stand-up comedian Henning Wehn looked at the ongoing appeal, and the image, of Angela Merkel, who won a third term as chancellor of Germany this week.

2013x29 24-10-2013

  • 2013-10-23T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Alan Johnson, Michael Portillo and Miranda Green review the political week.

2013x30 31-10-2013

  • 2013-10-31T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo look at the HS2 plan with Stanley Johnson.

2013x31 07-11-2013

  • 2013-11-07T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

A political review of the week with Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson.

2013x32 14-11-2013

  • 2013-11-14T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Emily Maitlis sits in the presenter's chair for a political review of the week.

2013x33 21-11-2013

  • 2013-11-21T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil talks politics, and is joined by Delia Smith, Jon Snow and a dalek.

2013x34 28-11-2013

  • 2013-11-28T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Ad man Sir Martin Sorrell looks at negative campaigning.

2013x36 19-12-2013

  • 2013-12-19T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

With Andrew Neil, Diane Abbott, Nigel Farage, Miranda Green and Michael Portillo.

2014x01 09-01-2014

  • Season Premiere

    2014-01-09T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

2014x02 16-01-2014

  • 2014-01-16T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Michael Portillo, Diane Abbott, David Ginola and Ross Kemp.

2014x03 23-01-2014

  • 2014-01-23T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil debates sexual harassment with Amanda Stretton and Michael Portillo.

2014x06 13-02-2014

  • 2014-02-13T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the week and talks flooding with Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee.

2014x12 03-04-2014

  • 2014-04-02T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil talks healthy eating with Rachel Johnson, Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott.

2014x14 01-05-2014

  • 2014-04-30T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil talks Europe with Christine Hamilton, Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo.

2014x15 08-05-2014

  • 2014-05-07T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Political review with Andrew Neil. Experts examine Labour and Ed Miliband.

2014x16 15-05-2014

  • 2014-05-14T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil meets Natalie Bennett, Nigel Farage, Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson.

2014x21 03-07-2014

  • 2014-07-02T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Guests include Andrew Billen, Mary Ann Sieghart and Chelsea Handler.

2014x22 10-07-2014

  • 2014-07-09T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

With Tommy Sheridan, Stewart Hosie, Charles Kennedy and Susan Boyle.

2014x24 11-09-2014

  • 2014-09-10T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Elaine C Smith, Brian Cox and Niall Ferguson in Edinburgh.

2014x27 09-10-2014

  • 2014-10-08T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil presents an extended programme as two by-election results arrive.

2014x30 30-10-2014

  • 2013-10-30T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil talks women, ageing and feminism with Tracey Emin in his political review.

2014x31 06-11-2014

  • 2014-11-06T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew, Michael and Diane are joined by Shami Chakrabarti and David Mitchell.

2015x01 08/01/2015

  • Season Premiere

    2015-01-08T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

2015x12 02/04/2015

  • 2015-04-01T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with David Lammy, Michael Portillo, Brian Cox and Miranda Green. Following the televised election debate with seven party leaders, they have the latest reaction and snap polls on who came out on top, and who did not do so well. And they are also joined by reality TV star Joey Essex in the week when he met Nick Clegg, and is due to interview other political leaders.

2015x15 23/04/2015

  • 2015-04-22T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the election campaign with an audience invited to enjoy the programme in a music hall. Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott are on the panel joined by Miranda Green and Suzanne Evans. To mark St George's Day, English historian and author Andrew Roberts and Scottish comedian Hardeep Singh Kolhi discuss the dangers of nationalism. Kevin Maguire and Miranda Green review the political week in a film. The panel also includes broadcaster Richard Bacon. Plus special guest Molly The Dog and music from The Blondettes.

2015x16 30/04/2015

  • 2015-04-29T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and Miranda Green for their final programme ahead of the general election. Comic writer and actor Jolyon Rubinstein looks at why he thinks young voters are disengaged, and argues that political parties are waging a war against them. There is a roundup of the election campaign with political correspondents giving their views. Writer and director Andy Hamilton, the man behind Channel Four's Ballot Monkeys, joins the panel to look at the drama of politics.

2015x17 14/05/2015

  • 2015-05-13T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo. They hear about 'shy Tories' from author and journalist Lionel Shriver, who says she is one. Plus Andrew Rawnsley rounds up the seven days since the election and there is a debate on rejection, with Lib Dem commentator Miranda Green and former Britain's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan.

2015x18 28/05/2015

  • 2015-05-27T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the week of the Queen's Speech with Alan Johnson and Michael Portillo. They are joined by Steve Hilton, a former advisor to David Cameron, who claims the government needs to go much further - he wants a mayor in every town, not just in cities. There is also a round-up of the week as new, and not-so-new MPs, assembled in Westminster, before former first minister of Scotland Alex Salmond and UKIP's Suzanne Evans join in to review the week. Plus Countdown lexicographer Susie Dent helps the panel look at political language.

2015x20 11/06/2015

  • 2015-06-10T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with David Lammy and Michael Portillo. The Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, the chaplain to the speaker of the House of Commons, gives her take why the issues over the migrants in the Mediterranean are not being treated with the urgency they deserve, by the world, EU and Britain. Miranda Green rounds up the political week in a film, before joining Suzanne Evans and the panel on the sofa for a discussion. The dancer, musician and choreographer Michael Flatley looks at cultural exports, and how important they can be in helping to sell a nation to the world.

2015x21 18/06/2015

  • 2015-06-17T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil presents a review of the political week with Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo. Former Dewsbury MP Shahid Malik presents a film on radicalisation, and why he thinks this UK is failing as a nation to deal with the problem and that mosques should provide a sense of a real Islamic morality. The film rounding up the political week comes from Nick Watt, before comedian Josh Widdicombe joins the panel for the spotlight section.

2015x26 24/09/2015

  • 2015-09-23T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil presents the first This Week of a new season with Alan Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg on the sofa. They will be joined by Selecter lead singer Pauline Black who thinks many MPs are out of step with the Labour grass roots and Jeremy Corbyn has a good chance of becoming PM. There is a round-up of the Lib Dem conference and political week with Miranda Green. And the panel look at political and non-political brands with the singer Jimmy Osmond.

2015x27 01/10/2015

  • 2015-09-30T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil hosts political discussion with Nigel Farage, Alan Johnson and Michael Portillo. Ahead of the Conservative Party conference, the UKIP leader explains why he thinks that the debate on Britain's exit from the EU is heading in his direction. Andrew Rawnsley rounds up the week of the Labour Party conference, the PM's visit to the UN, and the Obama and Putin positions on Syria. Plus, comedian and host Amy Lamé talks gentrification.

2015x29 15/10/2015

  • 2015-10-14T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Alan Johnson and Michael Portillo. They are joined by writer Bea Campbell who defends Tom Watson over his claims about child sex abuse. Anne McElvoy rounds up the week in a film, while commentator Miranda Green joins in the debate. Plus Simply Red's Mick Hucknall talks about the politics of music.

2015x30 22/10/2015

  • 2015-10-21T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Liz Kendall. They are joined by businessman and entrepreneur Sir David Tang for a look at China and its relationships with the UK. The Mail's Quentin Letts reviews the political week in a film, and Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode take a look at politics and films as they talk about movies to match our moods.

2015x31 29/10/2015

  • 2015-10-29T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Margaret Hodge and Michael Portillo review the political week, and they are later joined by Alex Salmond. Journalist Julia Hartley-Brewer explains why she is not happy about the votes on tax credits, believing some families already get too many handouts. Kevin Maguire rounds up the week, and Melvyn Bragg discusses class and background.

2015x32 05/11/2015

  • 2015-11-05T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil rounds up the political week with Alan Johnson and Michael Portillo. They are later joined by Miranda Green on the big red sofas. Shami Chakrabarti gives her take on why she thinks the public should be scared about the new powers in the Investigatory Powers Bill and why this level of government intrusion is not acceptable in a modern democracy. Journalist and broadcaster Jane Moore reviews the political week in a film, before actress Maureen Lipman looks at claims of politics being style over substance.

2015x34 26/11/2015

  • 2015-11-26T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with David Lammy and Michael Portillo on the big red sofas, and also Stephanie Flanders. CND general secretary Kate Hudson gives her take on Jeremy Corbyn, claiming the Labour leader is doing a good job, and he is in step with his party on Syria and Trident issues. BBC Business Editor Kamal Ahmed rounds up the political week of George Osborne's Spending Review, and Labour's response, in a film. And the English-born Bollywood star Amy Jackson looks at cultural sensitivities in the light of religious issues in the news, and Benedict Cumberbatch's portrayal of a transgender model in his new comedy.

2015x37 17/12/2015

  • 2015-12-17T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil rounds up the political year in a festive special with Michael Portillo, Diane Abbott, Miranda Green and John Nicolson. They look back at a busy year in politics, from the general election to the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, before switching attention to what 2016 has in store.

2016x01 07/01/2016

  • Season Premiere

    2016-01-07T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson for the first programme of 2016 on the red sofas. Allan Hennessy, who is studying law at Cambridge and went to same mosque as Mohammed Emwazi, known as Jihadi John, looks at why some young muslims follow the path as the Islamic mililant. The Spectator's Isabel Hardman rounds up the political week in a film. And broadcaster Adrian Chiles, who has made a TV series on religion and the Mediterranean, talks God one year on from the Charlie Hebdo killings in Paris.

2016x02 14/01/2016

  • 2016-01-14T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Labour MP Jess Phillips. Tamal Ray, a junior doctor and the runner up in 2015's Great British Bake Off, explains why he supports this week's strike action by medics. Sky's Adam Boulton rounds up the political week in a film. And singer and former Girls Aloud band member, Nicola Roberts, talks about mental health in the Spotlight.

2016x03 21/01/2016

  • 2016-01-21T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Liz Kendall joins Michael Portillo on the sofas to review the week's political news with Andrew Neil. Muslim comic Sadia Azmat says why she thinks David Cameron was wrong to link some women's English skills with the risk of extremism, and commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown also joins the discussion. Journalist Julia Hartley-Brewer rounds up the political week, and US film director Adam McKay joins the show to talk about his new film The Big Short, which puts the financial crash of 2007-08 under the spotlight.

2016x04 28/01/2016

  • 2016-01-28T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Caroline Flint joins Michael Portillo and Andrew Neil to review the week's politics. Writer and commentator Douglas Murray gives his take on the future of the EU and the migration crisis. BBC deputy political editor James Landale rounds up the week's political news, and comedian Bobby Davro talks about moving with the times after a survey showed children were spending more time online than watching television.

2016x06 11/02/2016

  • 2016-02-11T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week.

2016x07 25/02/2016

  • 2016-02-25T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and David Lammy on the big red sofas. They are joined by Suzanne Evans and Miranda Green to chew over the political week. LBC's Nick Ferarri looks at Boris Johnson's influence on the EU referendum campaign, Andrew Rawnsley rounds up the week in a film, and Scissor Sisters singer Ana Matronic reviews Donald Drumpf's bid to be US president.

2016x08 03/03/2016

  • 2016-03-03T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Esther McVey and Alan Johnson on the big red sofas. They are joined by columnist Owen Jones to look at migration, and there is a round-up film from the New Statesman's Helen Lewis. And the American comic, actor, writer and voice of the Simpson's Harry Shearer takes a look at the politics of the Oscars and Super Tuesday.

2016x09 10/03/2016

  • 2016-03-10T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Jess Phillips. They are joined by PCS union general secretary Mark Serwotka, who has rejoined Labour after 25 years, for a look at the party. Annie Mac talks women's issues, and there is a round-up film from The Mirror's Kevin Maguire.

2016x10 17/03/2016

  • 2016-03-17T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews Budget week with Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson on the big red sofa. They are joined by the SNP's Hannah Bardell. They also talk to commentator and journalist Tim Marshall looking at Putin and claims of strategic games. Plus a round-up film from Anne McElvoy. And a debate on the sex industry with Stacey Dooley, who has made a series of films for BBC3 on the subject.

2016x11 24/03/2016

  • 2016-03-24T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Michael Portillo and Chuka Umunna to review the political week, and by Quilliam Foundation activist Maajid Nawaz on the fall-out from the Brussels attacks.

2016x12 14/04/2016

  • 2016-04-13T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the week with Michael Portillo and Liz Kendall. Former newspaper editor Neil Wallis discusses press regulation and the revelations about John Whittingdale.

2016x13 21/04/2016

  • 2016-04-20T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Ken Livingstone on the sofa, with Nigel Farage and Natalie Bennett joining them to look at upcoming elections.

2016x14 28/04/2016

  • 2016-04-27T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson. Shelagh Fogarty looks at the Hillsborough verdict and whether institutions involved have changed.

2016x15 12/05/2016

  • 2016-05-11T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson. Plus One Foot in the Grave's Richard Wilson looks at the government's White Paper on the future of the BBC.

2016x16 19/05/2016

  • 2016-05-18T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Liz Kendall. They talk about conspiracies with David Icke. John Bird explains how governments fail the poor.

2016x17 26/05/2016

  • 2016-05-25T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Nick Clegg, Michael Portillo and Jess Phillips on the big red sofas. Plus guests Francis Boulle, Helen Lewis and Brian Blessed.

2016x19 30/06/2016

  • 2016-06-29T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil looks at quite a week in UK and European politics with Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson. Radio broadcaster Iain Dale chews over the Conservative leadership election contest, while David Starkey looks at how history may judge David Cameron. The Observer's Andrew Rawnsley rounds up the week in a film, while the SNP's Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh and journalist and Corbyn supporter Rachel Shabi help debate this historic week.

2016x24 20/10/2016

  • 2016-10-19T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Chuka Umunna. They are joined by Ukip's Suzanne Evans who sets out her vision for the party. Charlie Brooker examines appearances, the Observer's Andrew Rawnsley rounds up the political week in a film, while correspondents Len Tingle and Tom Bateman report live from the by-election counts in the constituencies of Batley and Spen and Witney.

2016x25 27/10/2016

  • 2016-10-26T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson. They are joined by Digby Jones to give his take on why he thinks Brexit will work. Plus the New Statesman's Helen Lewis rounds up the week in a film and the Rev Richard Coles looks at compassion.

2016x30 24/11/2016

  • 2016-11-24T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil is joined by Liz Kendall, John Nicolson and Michael Portillo to review the political week. Plus Dan Hodges looks at the Autumn Statement, Stewart Lee talks manners and Tim Shipman rounds. up the week in a film.

2017x01

  • Season Premiere

    no air date — 40 mins

2019x01 10/01/2019

  • Season Premiere

    2019-01-10T00:00:00Z — 40 mins

2019x17 By-Election Special

  • 2019-06-05T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo, Stella Creasy, Miranda Green and Alex Phillips. Their guests are the political author and historian Anthony Seldon looking at the state of the Conservative Party, while Rory Bremner puts Donald Trump in the spotlight. The programme later moves into by-election mode, with a new panel of politicians waiting for the result of the Peterborough by-election, due in the early hours of Friday.

2019x18 13/06/2019

  • 2019-06-12T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo, Liz Kendall and Miranda Green, while Quentin Letts heads to a nightclub to look back over the headlines in a film. Their guests are the historian David Starkey looking at the intellectual void in politics, while comedian Matt Forde talks about the absurd in the spotlight section.

2019x21 04/07/2019

  • 2019-07-03T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and guests discuss the week's top political stories.

2019x22 11/07/2019

  • 2019-07-10T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and guests discuss the week's top political stories.

2019x23 18/07/2019 - The Last One

  • 2019-07-17T23:00:00Z — 40 mins

Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and guests discuss the week's top political stories.

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