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A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.
|S255E01||07/01/2016||07/01/2016||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.|
|S255E02||14/01/2016||14/01/2016||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.|
|S255E03||21/01/2016||21/01/2016||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.|
|S255E04||28/01/2016||28/01/2016||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.|
|S255E06||11/02/2016||11/02/2016||Andrew Neil reviews the political week.|
|S255E07||25/02/2016||25/02/2016||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.|
|S255E08||03/03/2016||03/03/2016||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.|
|S255E09||10/03/2016||10/03/2016||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.|
|S255E10||17/03/2016||17/03/2016||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.|
|S255E11||24/03/2016||24/03/2016||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.|
|S255E12||14/04/2016||14/04/2016||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.|
|S255E13||21/04/2016||21/04/2016||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.|
|S255E14||28/04/2016||28/04/2016||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.|
|S255E15||12/05/2016||12/05/2016||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.|
|S255E16||19/05/2016||19/05/2016||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.|
|S255E17||26/05/2016||26/05/2016||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.|
|S255E19||30/06/2016||30/06/2016||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.|
|S255E25||26-09-2013||26/09/2013||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.|
|S255E26||24/09/2015||24/09/2015||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.|
|S255E27||01/10/2015||01/10/2015||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.|
|S255E29||15/10/2015||15/10/2015||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.|
|S255E30||22/10/2015||22/10/2015||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.|
|S255E31||29/10/2015||29/10/2015||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.|
|S255E32||05/11/2015||05/11/2015||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.|
|S255E34||26/11/2015||26/11/2015||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.|
|S255E37||17/12/2015||17/12/2015||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.|