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Andrew Neil is joined by two panelists from the world of politics to discuss the weeks political news.

Genres: Finance | Family
Station: BBC One (UK)
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Status: Running
Start: 2012-01-12

This Week Season 2016 Air Dates


S2016E01 - 07/01/2016 Air Date: 07 January 2016 23:35 -

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A review of the weeks political news.


S2016E02 - 14/01/2016 Air Date: 14 January 2016 23:45 -

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A review of the weeks political news.


S2016E03 - 21/01/2016 Air Date: 21 January 2016 23:45 -

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A review of the weeks political news.


S2016E04 - 28/01/2016 Air Date: 28 January 2016 23:45 -

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A review of the weeks political news.


S2016E05 - 04/02/2016 Air Date: 04 February 2016 23:45 -

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A review of the weeks political news.


S2016E06 - 11/02/2016 Air Date: 11 February 2016 23:45 -

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A review of the weeks political news.


S2016E07 - 25/02/2016 Air Date: 25 February 2016 23:45 -

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A review of the weeks political news with Michael Portillo.


S2016E08 - 03/03/2016 Air Date: 03 March 2016 23:45 -

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A political review of the week.


S2016E09 - 10/03/2016 Air Date: 10 March 2016 23:45 -

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A political review of the week.


S2016E10 - 17/03/2016 Air Date: 17 March 2016 23:45 -

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A political review of the week.


S2016E11 - 24/03/2016 Air Date: 24 March 2016 23:35 -

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A political review of the week.


S2016E12 - 14/04/2016 Air Date: 14 April 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week.


S2016E13 - 21/04/2016 Air Date: 21 April 2016 22:55 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week.


S2016E14 - 28/04/2016 Air Date: 28 April 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week.


S2016E15 - 05/05/2016 Air Date: 05 May 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week.


S2016E16 - 12/05/2016 Air Date: 12 May 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week.


S2016E17 - 19/05/2016 Air Date: 19 May 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week.


S2016E18 - 26/05/2016 Air Date: 26 May 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil presents a political review of the week.


S2016E19 - 02/06/2016 Air Date: 02 June 2016 22:35 -

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S2016E20 - 09/06/2016 Air Date: 09 June 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil presents a political review of the week.


S2016E21 - 30/06/2016 Air Date: 30 June 2016 22:45 -

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A political review of the week.


S2016E22 - 07/07/2016 Air Date: 07 July 2016 22:45 -

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A political review of the week.


S2016E23 - 14/07/2016 Air Date: 14 July 2016 22:45 -

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S2016E24 - 21/07/2016 Air Date: 21 July 2016 22:35 -

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S2016E25 - 22/09/2016 Air Date: 22 September 2016 22:45 -

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A review of the political week.


S2016E26 - 29/09/2016 Air Date: 29 September 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Liz Kendall on the big red sofas. US financial guru Alvin Hall presents a film on the American elections and the state of US society, before Kevin Maguire rounds up the week of the Labour conference, and undercover reporter Donal MacIntyre presents a look at stings.


S2016E27 - 06/10/2016 Air Date: 06 October 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil is joined by Michael Portillo and Liz Kendall. Fashion designer Wayne Hemingway presents a film on Theresa May's vision for Britain, and whether she can deliver her One Nation message, BBC deputy political editor John Pienaar rounds up the week in a film and George the poet (George Mpanga) looks at the spoken word, and whether conference speeches are style over content.


S2016E28 - 13/10/2016 Air Date: 13 October 2016 22:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Michael Dugher on the big red sofas.

They are joined by commentator Katie Hopkins giving her take on Donald Trump, before Miranda Green rounds up the week in a film, and the singer Katie Melua, who hails from Georgia, looks at Back in the USSR.


S2016E29 - 20/10/2016 Air Date: 20 October 2016 22:45 -

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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.


S2016E30 - 27/10/2016 Air Date: 27 October 2016 22:45 -

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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.


S2016E31 - 03/11/2016 Air Date: 03 November 2016 23:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Liz Kendall and Michael Portillo.

They are joined by Tim Marshall, who used to be Sky News' diplomatic editor, for a look at Russia, the US and the new world order, while author Freddie Forsyth talks secrets. Plus a film from journalists Kevin Maguire and Jo Coburn rounding up the week.


S2016E32 - 17/11/2016 Air Date: 17 November 2016 23:45 -

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Andrew Neil is joined by Liz Kendall and Michael Portillo to review the political week. They are joined by Tom Walker, known as the political satirist Jonathan Pie, looking at what Donald Trump's election win means for left. Loose Women host and Sun journalist Jane Moore rounds up the week in a film. And the film maker John Ronson talks empathy in the spotlight section.


S2016E33 - 24/11/2016 Air Date: 24 November 2016 23:45 -

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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.


S2016E34 - By-Election Special Air Date: 01 December 2016 23:45 -

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Andrew Neil is joined by Ed Balls and Michael Portillo to review the political week. Their guests are The Farm's Peter Hooton with his take on Labour and Ukip in the north of England, while Arlene Phillips looks at 'moving on', and Miranda Green presents a film on the political week.

The programme then moves into by-election coverage with a new panel of Diane Abbott, Susan Kramer, James Cleverly and Peter Whittle, with updates from the Richmond Park count from BBC correspondent Chris Mason. The live programme will stay on air until the declaration at the south west London seat.


S2016E35 - 08/12/2016 Air Date: 08 December 2016 23:45 -

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Andrew Neil is joined by Liz Kendall and Michael Portillo to review the political week. Their guests are Miriam Gonzalez Durantez on the future of the EU and the euro, Dermot Murnaghan rounding up the week in a film and the musician Pete Doherty looking at bust-ups.


S2016E36 - 2016 Review Air Date: 15 December 2016 23:45 -

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Andrew Neil is joined by Alan Johnson, Miranda Green, John Nicolson and Michael Portillo for a political review of 2016.

Guests include Chas and Dave and Brian Blessed, while reports looking back over the year feature Kevin Maguire, Quentin Letts, Liz Kendall, Anne McElvoy, Aled Jones and John Pienaar.


S2016E37 - 12/01/2017 Air Date: 12 January 2017 23:45 -

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Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and guests.


S2016E38 - 19/01/2017 Air Date: 19 January 2017 23:45 -

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