Next Episode of The Andrew Marr Show is
Season 12 / Episode 19 and airs on 22 January 2017 09:00
Presenter Andrew Marr talks to invited guests from politics, broadcasting and the arts to review the week's events making the news, and discuss the headlines in the Sunday newspapers.
Andrew Marr is joined by former shadow chancellor Ed Balls and actor Cillian Murphy.
Barrister Shami Chakrabarti, CapX journalist Iain Martin and Gillian Tett of the Financial Times review the papers.
US band The Jayhawks perform.
Andrew Marr's guests are secretary of state for the Home Department Amber Rudd MP, Labour leadership contender Owen Smith MP and former BBC director-general Mark Thompson.
The newspapers are reviewed by Labour MP Gisela Stuart, The Mail on Sunday's Peter Hitchens and Polly Toynbee of The Guardian.
There's also music from Teenage Fanclub.
Andrew Marr is joined by Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron MP, secretary of state for work and pensions Damian Green MP and actor Ken Stott.
On the newspaper panel are former Ukip leader Nigel Farage MEP, Green Party joint leader Caroline Lucas MP and Jane Moore, columnist for the Sun.
With music from Nordic Fiddlers Bloc.
Andrew Marr is joined by Jeremy Corbyn, Boris Johnson and Sir Bradley Wiggins. Labour MP Chuka Umunna, Emma Rees of Momentum and Isabel Hardman of The Spectator review the papers.
Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what is happening in the world. Andrew's guests are prime minister Theresa May MP, actor Dominic Cooper and Sir Craig Oliver, former director of communications for David Cameron. Matthew Parris from The Times and The Guardian's Anushka Asthana review the papers.
Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what is happening in the world. His guests include secretary of state for defence Michael Fallon, former chancellor of the exchequer Kenneth Clarke and shadow secretary of state for exiting the European Union Sir Keir Starmer.
Tim Montgomerie of The Times, Stephanie Flanders of JP Morgan and Gaby Hinsliff of The Guardian review the newspapers.
Plus Michael Kiwanuka performs.
Andrew Marr speaks to the secretary of state for international development Priti Patel MP, Liberal Democrat spokesman for extiting the EU Nick Clegg MP, and the first minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon MSP.
Plus Andrew reviews the newspapers with Lucy Thomas, the former deputy director of Britain Stronger in Europe, and Toby Young of the Spectator, and Michael C Hall performs live in the studio.
Andrew Marr is joined by secretary of state for transport Chris Grayling, chariman of the exiting the EU select committee Hilary Benn, UKIP's Suzanne Evans and actor Sir Kenneth Branagh.
The newspapers are reviewed by David Aaronovitch from The Times and Amanda Platell from the Daily Mail, with music from Loudon Wainwright III.
Andrew is joined by Brendan Cox, husband of the late Jo Cox, Sir Michael Wilshaw, chief inspector of schools, Greg Clark, secretary of state for business, energy and industrial strategy, and actor Ewan McGregor.
Writer Rachel Johnson, Labour's Kate Hoey and novelist Ian Rankin review the papers.
Andrew Marr is joined by health secretary Jeremy Hunt MP, Ukip leader Nigel Farage MEP, president of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos and actor Jake Gyllenhaal. Reviewing the papers are investment manager Gina Miller, former US diplomat Jamie Rubin and Alex Sundstrom of Republicans Overseas. With music from Norah Jones.
Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what is happening in the world. Andrew is joined by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn MP, chief of defence staff Sir Stuart Peach, Foreign Affairs Select Committee chair Crispin Blunt MP, Front National leader Marine Le Pen MEP, and The Crown actors Peter Morgan and Claire Foy. Reviewing the papers are General Richard Dannatt, CNN's Christiane Amanpour and Richard Tice from Leave Means Leave.
Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what is happening in the world. He is joined by chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond MP, shadow chancellor of the exchequer John McDonnell MP, and musicians Michael Stipe and Mike Mills.
Director-general of the CBI Carolyn Fairbairn, John Longworth of Leave Means Leave and Jane Moore of The Sun review the newspapers.
Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what is happening in the world. He is joined by Michael Gove MP, shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry MP, actor Ed Harris and muscian Jools Holland.
Political editor of the Guardian Anushka Asthana, and The Spectator's editor Fraser Nelson review the newspapers.
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