List of Question Time episodes

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The following is a list of episodes of Question Time, a British current affairs debate television programme broadcast by BBC Television.


Contents

Year overview  · Presenters  · Highest appearance makers

Year: 1979 · 1980 · 1981 · 1982 · 1983 · 1984 · 1985 · 1986 · 1987 · 1988 · 1989
1990 · 1991 · 1992 · 1993 · 1994 · 1995 · 1996 · 1997 · 1998 · 1999
2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009
2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019 ·

Notes  · References · External links

Year overview[edit]

Era Year Episodes Transmission dates Notes
1970s 1979 13[1][fn 1] 25 September – 18 December Additionally an Election Question Time aired 4 May 1979.[2]
1980s 1980 32[3] 15 January – 18 December
1981 31[4] 15 January – 17 December
1982 31[5] 14 January – 16 December
1983 32[6][fn 2] 13 January – 15 December
1984 35[7] 12 January – 20 December
1985 29[8] 10 January – 12 December
1986 35[9] 9 January – 11 December
1987 33[10] 15 January – 10 December
1988 35[11] 7 January – 15 December
1989 37[12] 12 January – 14 December
1990s 1990 34[13] 18 January – 13 December
1991 35[14] 10 January – 5 December
1992 33[15] 23 January – 10 December
1993 34[16] 14 January – 9 December
1994 35[17] 13 January – 15 December
1995 32[18] 12 January – 14 December
1996 33[19] 11 January – 19 December
1997 33[20] 23 January – 18 December
1998 33[21][fn 3] 15 January – 17 December
1999 37[22][fn 4] 14 January – 16 December
2000s 2000 36[23] 13 January – 14 December
2001 38[24][fn 5] 11 January – 6 December
2002 37[25][fn 6] 10 January −12 December
2003 35[26] 9 January – 11 December
2004 37[27] 8 January – 9 December 25th Anniversary Special (16 September 2004).
2005 35[28] 6 January – 8 December
2006 36[29] 12 January – 7 December
2007 37[30] 11 January – 13 December
2008 36[31][fn 7] 17 January – 11 December 1000th episode (23 October 2008)
2009 37[32] 15 January – 10 December
2010s 2010 40[33] 14 January – 9 December
2011 39[34] 13 January – 8 December
2012 36[35] 12 January – 13 December
2013 38[36] 10 January – 12 December
2014 36[37] 9 January – 11 December
2015 41[38] 8 January – 17 December
2016 39[39] 14 January – 8 December
2017 41[40] 12 January – 14 December
2018 39[41] 11 January – 13 December David Dimbleby's final edition (13 December)
2019 to be determined[42] 10 January – to be determined Fiona Bruce's first edition (10 January), 40th Anniversary (26 September 2019).[43]

Presenters[edit]

Presenters Date No. of episodes
Robin Day 1979–1989 303
Robert McKenzie 1980–1981 3
Ludovic Kennedy 1982–1983 4
Bernard Levin 1984–1985 2
Sue Lawley 1984–1987 5
Donald MacCormick 1985 9
Peter Sissons 1989–1993 149
David Dimbleby 1994–2018 914
John Humphrys 2009 1
Nick Robinson 2017 1
Fiona Bruce 2019–

Highest appearance makers[edit]

Panellists Affiliation No. of appearances[44] Average per year Date
Kenneth Clarke Conservatives 59 1.6 1982–2019
Shirley Williams Labour (before 1981)
Social Democrats (1981–88)
Liberal Democrats (1988–present)
58 1.6 1980–2015
Menzies Campbell Liberal Democrats 47 1.6 1987–2017
Harriet Harman Labour 45 1.3 1981–2015
Charles Kennedy Liberal Democrats 44 1.4 1983–2015
Clare Short Labour 38 1.2 1980–2011
Michael Heseltine Conservatives 1.1 1979–2015
Paddy Ashdown Liberal Democrats 36 1.1 1983–2016
Roy Hattersley Labour 1.2 1979–2010
Simon Hughes Liberal Democrats 34 1.1 1984–2014
Nigel Farage Conservatives (until 1992)
UKIP (1993-2018)
Brexit Party (2019–present)
1.7 2000–2019

1970s[edit]

1979[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
4 May 1979 Robin Day, Robert McKenzie, David Butler Election Question Time
1 1 25 September 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Michael Foot, Teddy Taylor, Edna O'Brien, Derek Worlock
2 2 2 October 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Tess Gill, Jo Grimond, Eric Morley, Peter Shore
3 3 9 October 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Sue Arnold, Michael Heseltine, William Rodgers, Arthur Scargill
4 4 16 October 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London James Anderton, Judith Hart, John Mortimer, Enoch Powell
5 5 23 October 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Anthony Frodsham, Clive Jenkins, Margo MacDonald, Nicholas Scott
6 6 30 October 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Roy Hattersley, Elspeth Howe, Emily Macfarquhar, Ray Whitney
7 7 6 November 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Julian Amery, Paul Johnson, Wendy Mantle, Sid Weighell
8 8 13 November 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Clement Freud, Ann Leslie, David Owen, Peter Thorneycroft
9 9 20 November 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Rachel Billington, Barbara Castle, Monty Finniston, William Waldegrave
10 10 27 November 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Janet Fookes, Robert Kilroy-Silk, William Rees-Mogg, Barbara Wootton
11 11 4 December 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Eldon Griffiths, Conor Cruise O'Brien, Gaia Servadio, Eric Varley
12 12 11 December 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London George Brown, Clare Francis, Joan Lester, Christopher Mayhew
13 13 18 December 1979 Greenwood Theatre, South London Neil Kinnock, Bel Mooney, Chris Patten, John Rae

1980s[edit]

1980[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
14 1 15 January 1980 Tony Benn, Germaine Greer, John Hackett, Norman St. John Stevas
15 2 22 January 1980 Tessa Jowell, William Rees-Mogg, William Waldegrave, Barbara Wootton
16 3 29 January 1980 Noel Annan, Kenneth Baker, Denis Healey, Sara Morrison
17 4 5 February 1980 Edward du Cann, Monty Finniston, Suzanne Lowry, Oonagh McDonald
18 5 12 February 1980 Alun Chalfont, Nigel Lawson, Merlyn Rees, Marina Warner
19 6 21 February 1980 David Basnett, Barbara Castle, Detta O'Cathain, Peter Tapsell
20 7 28 February 1980 Anna Coote, Janet Fookes, Gerald Kaufman, Cyril Smith
21 8 6 March 1980 Eric Heffer, Mary Kenny, David Marquand, Geoffrey Rippon
22 9 13 March 1980 Rhodes Boyson, Austin Mitchell, Alfred Robens, Clare Short Presenter: Robert McKenzie[45]
23 10 20 March 1980 John Gale, Jill Knight, Michael Meacher, Donald Stokes Presenter: Robert McKenzie[46]
24 11 27 March 1980 Joel Barnett, John Biffen, Alan Fisher, Sarah Hogg
25 12 3 April 1980 Bonnie Angelo, Julian Critchley, Lena Jeger, Trevor Phillips
26 13 10 April 1980 Jock Bruce-Gardyne, Ray Buckton, Margaret Maden, John Methuen
27 14 17 April 1980 Elisabeth Hoodless, R.V. Jones, Sheila Roberts, John Silkin
28 15 24 April 1980 Liliana Archibald, Tessa Blackstone, Nicholas Fairbairn, Dickson Mabon
29 16 1 May 1980 Joe Ashton, John Biggs-Davison, Emma Nicholson, Ivor Richard
30 17 8 May 1980 Alan Beith, John Grugeon, Stanley Orme, Claire Palley
31 18 15 May 1980 Hugh Clegg, Reg Prentice, Jo Richardson, Angela Rumbold
32 19 22 May 1980 Leon Brittan, Paul Foot, Walter Goldsmith, Shirley Williams
33 20 29 May 1980 Patricia Hewitt, Robert Mellish, Timothy Raison, David Sheppard
34 21 5 June 1980 Patrick Devlin, Patricia Hollis, Harold Lever, Janet Young
35 22 12 June 1980 Ann Clwyd, James Goldsmith, Sally Oppenheim-Barnes, Bill Sirs
36 23 16 October 1980 David Basnett, Patricia Hewitt, Daphne Park, James Prior
37 24 23 October 1980 Roy Hattersley, Una Kroll, Nigel Lawson, Arnold Weinstock
38 25 30 October 1980 Denis Healey, Mary Kaldor, Conor Cruise O'Brien, Peter Thorneycroft
39 26 6 November 1980 Mary Baker, Leonard Downie, Francis Pym, Peter Shore
40 27 13 November 1980 Liliana Brisby, Eric Heffer, Ann Leslie, Norman St. John Stevas
41 28 20 November 1980 Michael Carver, Judith Hart, Gavin Laird, Angus Maude
42 29 27 November 1980 John Alderson, Dianne Hayter, Roy Shaw, Teddy Taylor
43 30 4 December 1980 Tessa Blackstone, Lynda Chalker, Joe Gormley, John Harvey-Jones
44 31 11 December 1980 David Howell, Peter Jay, Neil Kinnock, Gillian Peele
45 32 18 December 1980 Stanley Booth-Clibborn, Edward du Cann, Antonia Fraser, Shirley Williams

1981[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
46 1 15 January 1981 Barbara Castle, Peter Parker, Cyril Smith, William Whitelaw
47 2 22 January 1981 Terence Beckett, Tom Jackson, Sally Oppenheim-Barnes, John Silkin
48 3 29 January 1981 Frances Morrell, David Owen, David Steel, Peter Walker
49 4 5 February 1981 Gwyneth Dunwoody, Eldon Griffiths, Clive Jenkins, David Napley
50 5 12 February 1981 Greenwood Theatre, South London Edward Daly, Edna Healey, Max Beloff, Norman St John-Stevas [1]
51 6 26 February 1981 Rhodes Boyson, Donald Dewar, Alex Jarratt, Nancy Seear
52 7 5 March 1981 Monty Finniston, Barney Hayhoe, Terry Marsland, Jack Straw
53 8 12 March 1981 Geoffrey Howe, Detta O'Cathain, Stanley Orme, David Penhaligon
54 9 19 March 1981 Peggy Fenner, Merlyn Rees, William Rees-Mogg, Arthur Scargill
55 10 26 March 1981 Nicky Harrison, Douglas Hurd, Gerald Kaufman, Dick Taverne
56 11 2 April 1981 Moss Evans, Jo Grimond, Susan Masham, Norman Tebbit Presenter: Robert McKenzie[47]
57 12 9 April 1981 Nigel Broackes, Harriet Harman, Roy Hattersley, Michael Heseltine
58 13 16 April 1981 Terry Duffy, Sarah Hogg, Paul Johnson, Hugh Montefiore
59 14 23 April 1981 Janey Buchan, John Pardoe, Leo Pliatzky, Geoffrey Rippon
60 15 30 April 1981 Nicholas Fairbairn, Roy Jenkins, Bel Mooney, Peter Shore
61 16 7 May 1981 Ralf Dahrendorf, Ken Gill, Helene Hayman, Peter Thorneycroft
62 17 14 May 1981 Nicholas Goodison, Ian Mikardo, Jane Reed, George Younger
63 18 21 May 1981 Frank Field, Grey Gowrie, Miriam Karlin, Sara Morrison
64 19 28 May 1981 Leon Brittan, Eric Heffer, Mary Holland, Enoch Powell
65 20 4 June 1981 Lynda Chalker, Paul Foot, Denis Healey, Peter Hill-Norton
66 21 11 June 1981 David Evans, Neil Kinnock, Usha Prashar, Timothy Raison
67 22 18 June 1981 David Howell, Michael Meacher, Janet Morgan, Woodrow Wyatt
68 23 22 October 1981 Leon Brittan, Kay Carmichael, Jo Grimond, Denis Healey
69 24 29 October 1981 Judith Hart, Douglas Hurd, Ann Leslie, William Rodgers
70 25 5 November 1981 Roy Hattersley, Nigel Lawson, Alan Sapper, Elizabeth Sidney
71 26 12 November 1981 Robin Cook, Ian Gilmore, Detta O'Cathain, Jane Reed
72 27 19 November 1981 Paul Boateng, Ronald Dworkin, Anne Jones, William Whitelaw
73 28 26 November 1981 Liverpool, England Jock Bruce-Gardyne, Eric Heffer, Roy Jenkins, Clare Short [2]
74 29 3 December 1981 Naomi McIntosh, Sally Oppenheim-Barnes, Adam Thomson, George Wright
75 30 10 December 1981 Gerry Fitt, Joan Lestor, Emily Macfarquhar, Francis Pym
76 31 17 December 1981 Edward du Cann, Antonia Fraser, Harold Lever, Bernard Levin

1982[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
77 1 14 January 1982 Neil Kinnock, Marion Roe, John Thorn, Shirley Williams
78 2 21 January 1982 Terence Duffy, Tess Gill, Patrick Jenkin, Margaret Shaw
79 3 28 January 1982 Gerald Kaufman, Geoffrey Rippon, Barbara Switzer, Julie Tallon
80 4 4 February 1982 Alec Kitson, Isobel Lindsay, David Penhaligon, Malcolm Rifkind
81 5 11 February 1982 Joe Haines, Frances Morrell, Cyril Smith, Janet Young
82 6 18 February 1982 Oonagh McDonald, David Owen, Norman Tebbit, Sidney Weighell
83 7 25 February 1982 David Aaronovitch, Christopher Chataway, Brenda Dean, William Waldegrave
84 8 4 March 1982 Bonnie Angelo, Anna Coote, Grey Gowrie, Peter Shore
85 9 11 March 1982 Sarah Hogg, Geoffrey Howe, John Silkin, David Steel
86 10 18 March 1982 Norman Fowler, Ken Livingstone, Becky Tinsley, Barbara Wootton
87 11 25 March 1982 John Alderson, Alan Clark, Sheila Rothwell, Arthur Scargill
88 12 1 April 1982 Terry Marsland, John Smith, Norman St. John-Stevas, Mike Thomas
89 13 8 April 1982 Alun Chalfont, Judith Hart, David Howell, David Owen
90 14 15 April 1982 Denis Healey, Russell Johnston, Geoffrey Rippon, Peregrine Worsthorne
91 15 22 April 1982 John Hackett, Douglas Hurd, Drew Middleton, Edward Shackleton
92 16 29 April 1982 Belfast, Northern Ireland Peter Jenkins, Inez McCormack, James Prior, Merlyn Rees [3]
93 17 6 May 1982 Betty Boothroyd, Winston Churchill, Bruce Kent, Christopher Mayhew
94 18 13 May 1982 David Blunkett, Kenneth Clarke, Conor Cruise O'Brien, Polly Toynbee
95 19 20 May 1982 John Harvey-Jones, Brenda Maddox, Cecil Parkinson, Peter Shore Presenter: Ludovic Kennedy[48]
96 20 27 May 1982 Janey Buchan, Edward du Cann, Peter Jay, Sue Slipman Presenter: Ludovic Kennedy[49]
97 21 3 June 1982 Kina Avebury, Enoch Powell, Ivor Richard, Norman St. John-Stevas Presenter: Ludovic Kennedy[50]
98 22 10 June 1982 John Hackett, Joan Lestor, John Mortimer, Angela Rumbold
99 23 17 June 1982 Tony Benn, Michael Heseltine, Patricia Mann, David Steel
100 24 28 October 1982 Norman Fowler, Neil Kinnock, Julia Neuberger, Marjorie Proops
101 25 4 November 1982 Antonia Fraser, Denis Healey, Roy Jenkins, William Whitelaw
102 26 11 November 1982 Cardiff, Wales Leon Brittan, Gwyneth Dunwoody, Ann Leslie, Dafydd Wigley [4]
103 27 18 November 1982 Roy Evans, Harriet Harman, Sally Oppenheim-Barnes, Clive Thornton
104 28 25 November 1982 Alan Beith, Rhodes Boyson, Asa Briggs, Ann Taylor
105 29 2 December 1982 Peter Hain, Tom King, Bernard Levin, Margaret Wingfield
106 30 9 December 1982 Julian Critchley, Detta O'Cathain, Joan Ruddock, Eric Varley
107 31 16 December 1982 Claire Brooks, Patrick Meaney, Peter Shore, Peter Walker

1983[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
108 1 13 January 1983 Monty Finniston, Rosalind Gilmore, Nigel Lawson, Arthur Scargill
109 2 20 January 1983 Newcastle, England Jack Cunningham, Peter Jenkins, Geoffrey Rippon, William Rodgers [5]
110 3 27 January 1983 Neil Cameron, Patricia Hewitt, Francis Pym, David Sheppard
111 4 3 February 1983 Lynda Chalker, Winnie Ewing, Clive Sinclair, George Wright
112 5 10 February 1983 John Gummer, Anne Jones, Paul Oestreicher, John Smith
113 6 17 February 1983 Barbara Castle, Kenneth Clarke, Rosalyn Higgins, Richard Holme
114 7 24 February 1983 Edward Gardner, Ken Livingstone, A. J. P. Taylor, Polly Toynbee
115 8 3 March 1983 Jean Barker, Brian Glover, Tessa Jowell, Michael Mander
116 9 10 March 1983 Edwina Currie, Neil Stewart, John Thorn, Des Wilson Presenter: Ludovic Kennedy[51]
117 10 17 March 1983 Geoffrey Howe, Gerald Kaufman, Patricia Mann, Shirley Williams
118 11 24 March 1983 Donald Dewar, Mary Kenny, Dick Taverne, George Young
119 12 31 March 1983 Grey Gowrie, Kate Hoey, William McCarthy, Madsen Pirie
120 13 7 April 1983 Noel Annan, Helen Liddell, Geoffrey Pattie, Cyril Smith
121 14 14 April 1983 David Blunkett, Edward du Cann, Andrew Knight, Sue Slipman
122 15 21 April 1983 Jill Craigie, Patrick Mayhew, Beryl Platt, Russell Profitt
123 16 28 April 1983 Neil McIntosh, Jim Mortimer, Anne Robinson, Norman Tebbit
124 17 5 May 1983 Michael Foot, Michael Heseltine, Ann Leslie, David Steel
125 18 12 May 1983 David Basnett, Leo Pliatzky, Nicholas Ridley, Elizabeth Sidney
126 19 19 May 1983 [fn 8] Roy Hattersley, David Owen, Francis Pym
127 20 26 May 1983 Manchester, England Tony Benn, Geoffrey Howe, David Penhaligon [6]
128 21 2 June 1983 Birmingham, England Denis Healey, Cecil Parkinson, William Rodgers [7]
129 22 16 June 1983 Tony Benn, Michael Meadowcroft, Donald Trelford, William Whitelaw
130 23 23 June 1983 Gwyneth Dunwoody, David Owen, Norman Tebbit, Clive Thornton
131 24 30 June 1983 Cambridge, England Enoch Powell, Clare Short, Norman St. John-Stevas, George Thomas [8]
132 25 27 October 1983 Claire Brooks, John Gummer, Nicholas Henderson, Ken Livingstone
133 26 3 November 1983 Robin Cook, Rosalind Gilmore, Emily Macfarquhar, Nicholas Ridley
134 27 10 November 1983 Norman Fowler, Roy Hattersley, Wendy Hogg, Shirley Williams
135 28 17 November 1983 Paddy Ashdown, Ann Clwyd, Bernard Levin, George Walden
136 29 24 November 1983 Ian Gow, John Pardoe, Diana Rookledge, John Smith
137 30 1 December 1983 John Harvey-Jones, Douglas Hurd, Jonathon Porritt, Barbara Switzer
138 31 8 December 1983 Charles Kennedy, Gavin Laird, Clive Sinclair, George Younger
139 32 15 December 1983 David Alton, John Hackett, Oonagh McDonald, James Prior

1984[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
140 1 12 January 1984 Jo Foley, Tom King, Michael Meacher, Clive Thornton
141 2 19 January 1984 Denis Healey, John Hoskyns, Francis Pym, Des Wilson
142 3 26 January 1984 Noel Annan, Tony Banks, Edwina Currie, Ruth Levitt
143 4 2 February 1984 Nottingham, England Myra Blyth, Rhodes Boyson, Anthony Sampson, Jack Straw [9]
144 5 9 February 1984 Lesley Abdela, Jack Cunningham, Jenny Kirkpatrick, Peter Walker
145 6 16 February 1984 Kenneth Baker, Len Murray, David Penhaligon, Elizabeth Rees
146 7 23 February 1984 Margaret Beckett, Leon Brittan, Roy Jenkins, Peter Timms
147 8 1 March 1984 Ann Burdus, Eric Heffer, Simon Hughes, Janet Young
148 9 8 March 1984 Lalage Bown, Edward du Cann, Austin Mitchell, Donald Stewart
149 10 15 March 1984 Sheffield, England Kenneth Clarke, Rosalind Gilmore, Peter Shore, David Steel [10]
150 11 22 March 1984 Rodney Bickerstaffe, Cecil Parkinson, Margaret Sharp, Adam Thompson
151 12 29 March 1984 David Blunkett, Patrick Jenkin, Madsen Pirie, Nancy Seear
152 13 5 April 1984 Grey Gowrie, Peter Hall, Joan Lestor, Diana Warwick Presenter: Bernard Levin[52]
153 14 12 April 1984 Alan Clark, Jane Reed, Muriel Turner, Paul Tyler Presenter: Sue Lawley[53]
154 15 19 April 1984 James Anderton, Bryan Gould, Anne Sofer, Norman St. John-Stevas
155 16 26 April 1984 John Cartwright, Lynda Chalker, Alistair Graham, Joan Ruddock
156 17 3 May 1984 Gerald Kaufman, Nigel Lawson, Brenda Maddox, David Owen
157 18 10 May 1984 Susan Crosland, Derek Ezra, David Howell, Chris Mullin
158 19 17 May 1984 Harriet Harman, Malcolm Rifkind, Susan Thomas, Donald Trelford
159 20 24 May 1984 Roy Close, Margaret Hodge, Polly Toynbee, George Young
160 21 31 May 1984 Maggie Clay, James Eberle, Norman Lamont, George Robertson
161 22 7 June 1984 Brussels, Belgium Edward Heath, Christine Ockrent, Roy Jenkins, Robin Cook [11]
162 23 14 June 1984 Tony Benn, Grey Gowrie, Detta O'Cathain, Donny O'Rourke
163 24 21 June 1984 Antonia Fraser, Michael Meadowcroft, John Smith, Norman Tebbit
164 25 12 July 1984 Kenneth Clarke, James Cooke, Ken Livingstone, Shirley Williams
165 26 18 October 1984 George Galloway, Robert Maxwell, Polly Toynbee, David Young [54]
166 27 25 October 1984 David Alton, Joan Maynard, David Mellor, Enid Ralphs
167 28 1 November 1984 Derry, Northern Ireland Peter Archer, John Hume, Michael Mates, Enoch Powell [12]
168 29 8 November 1984 Paddy Ashdown, Roy Hattersley, Ann Leslie, Peter Walker
169 30 15 November 1984 John Banham, Derek Hatton, Emma Nicholson, Shirley Williams
170 31 22 November 1984 Barbara Castle, Douglas Hurd, Archy Kirkwood, Detta O'Cathain
171 32 29 November 1984 Lalage Bown, Max Hastings, Frank Judd, Richard Luce
172 33 6 December 1984 Leeds, England Rodney Bickerstaffe, Claire Brooks, Kenneth Clarke, Peter Newsam [13]
173 34 13 December 1984 Jeremy Bullmore, John Moore, Jeff Rooker, Diana Warwick
174 35 20 December 1984 Tony Blair, Bernard Levin, Richard Needham, Sue Slipman

1985[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
175 1 10 January 1985 Ann Burdus, Denzil Davies, Malcolm Rifkind, William Rodgers
176 2 17 January 1985 Margaret Joachim, Richard Needham, Andrew Neil, Clare Short
177 3 24 January 1985 Jack Cunningham, Jo Foley, Geoffrey Howe, David Owen
178 4 31 January 1985 Gwyneth Dunwoody, John Harvey-Jones, Tony Newton, Anthony Parsons
179 5 7 February 1985 Elizabeth Cottrell, John Gunnell, Chris Patten, David Penhaligon
180 6 14 February 1985 Manchester, England John Gummer, Dipak Nandy, George Robertson, Audrey Slaughter [14]
181 7 21 February 1985 Antonia Fraser, Michael Hancock, Tom King, Ken Livingstone
182 8 28 February 1985 Norman Lamont, Jonathon Porritt, Elizabeth Rees, Norman Willis
183 9 7 March 1985 Tony Benn, Kenneth Clarke, Anne Jones, David Steel Presenter: Donald MacCormick[55]
184 10 14 March 1985 Jeffrey Archer, Robin Cook, James Prior, Sue Slipman Presenter: Donald MacCormick[56]
185 11 21 March 1985 Leon Brittan, Rosalind Gilmore, Michael Meacher, Anne Sofer Presenter: Donald MacCormick[57]
186 12 28 March 1985 Oonagh McDonald, John Patten, Mary Warnock, Alan Watson Presenter: Donald MacCormick[57]
187 13 4 April 1985 Peter Jenkins, Jean Millar, John Prescott, Norman Tebbit Presenter: Donald MacCormick[58]
188 14 18 April 1985 Grey Gowrie, Laura Grimond, Denis Healey, Carol Smart Presenter: Bernard Levin[59]
189 15 25 April 1985 Myra Blyth, Donald Dewar, Teresa Gorman, Cecil Parkinson Presenter: Sue Lawley[60]
190 16 2 May 1985 Joel Barnett, Maggie Clay, Patrick Jenkin, Michael Montague Presenter: Sue Lawley[61]
191 17 9 May 1985 Lynda Chalker, Roy Jenkins, Jack Straw, Gordon Wilson Presenter: Donald MacCormick[62]
192 18 16 May 1985 Tony Blair, Edward du Cann, Peter Parker, Nancy Seear Presenter: Donald MacCormick[63]
193 19 23 May 1985 Gerald Kaufman, Sheila McKechnie, Ian Wrigglesworth, George Younger Presenter: Donald MacCormick[64]
194 20 30 May 1985 Margaret Beckett, Alex Carlile, Laurence Martin, George Walden Presenter: Donald MacCormick[65]
195 21 6 June 1985 David Blunkett, Norman Fowler, Christine Ockrent, Shirley Williams
196 22 24 October 1985 Ann Burdus, Roy Evans, Roy Hattersley, Douglas Hurd
197 23 31 October 1985 Frances Morrell, Chris Patten, David Penhaligon, Ruth Wishart
198 24 7 November 1985 Kenneth Baker, Michael Meacher, Nick Raynsford, Shirley Williams
199 25 14 November 1985 Alan Clark, Derek Hatton, Gavin Laird, Polly Toynbee
200 26 21 November 1985 Paddy Ashdown, Robin Cook, Robin McCartney, Malcolm Rifkind
201 27 28 November 1985 Swansea, Wales Kenneth Clarke, Dafydd Elis-Thomas, Jean Millar, Giles Radice [15]
202 28 5 December 1985 James Prior, John Redwood, Clare Short, Sue Stapely
203 29 12 December 1985 David Astor, Angela Rumbold, Auberon Waugh, Valerie Wise

1986[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
204 1 9 January 1986 David Blunkett, Antonia Fraser, David Owen, Norman Tebbit
205 2 16 January 1986 Harriet Harman, Norman Lamont, Donald Trelford, Des Wilson
206 3 23 January 1986 Gerald Kaufman, Jonathon Porritt, Nicholas Ridley, Anne Sofer
207 4 30 January 1986 Belfast, Northern Ireland David Alton, Tom King, Ann Leslie, John Smith [16]
208 5 6 February 1986 Edwina Currie, Andrew Neil, William Rodgers, Tom Sawyer
209 6 13 February 1986 Digby Anderson, Gwyneth Dunwoody, Richard Holme, Norman St. John-Stevas
210 7 20 February 1986 Leon Brittan, Walter Hayes, John Prescott, Sue Slipman
211 8 27 February 1986 Tony Benn, Joe Haines, Michael Heseltine, Roy Jenkins
212 9 6 March 1986 Jack Cunningham, Brenda Dean, John Harvey-Jones, Geoffrey Howe
213 10 13 March 1986 Middlesbrough, England Peter Bottomley, Tom McNally, Jane Reed, George Robertson [17]
214 11 20 March 1986 Rosalind Gilmore, Denis Healey, John MacGregor, Nancy Seear
215 12 27 March 1986 John Banham, John Butcher, Laura Grimond, Ken Livingstone
216 13 10 April 1986 Margaret Beckett, Rhodes Boyson, Simon Hughes, Peter Riddell
217 14 17 April 1986 Donald Dewar, Norman Fowler, Nicholas Henderson, William Wallace
218 15 24 April 1986 Alex Carlile, John Edmonds, Ann Leslie, John Moore
219 16 1 May 1986 Aberdeen, Scotland Margaret Ewing, Archy Kirkwood, Oonagh McDonald, Geoffrey Pattie [18]
220 17 8 May 1986 Bill Morris, Suzanne Reeve, Ian Wrigglesworth, David Young
221 18 15 May 1986 Paul Channon, Denzil Davies, Jo Foley, David Steel
222 19 22 May 1986 Teresa Gorman, Michael Meadowcroft, Margaret Prosser, Nicholas Scott
223 20 29 May 1986 Canterbury, England James Cleminson, Bryan Gould, Edward Heath, Becky Tinsley [19]
224 21 5 June 1986 Margaret Clay, Michael Foot, Peter Jenkins, Peter Walker
225 22 12 June 1986 Diane Abbott, Jeffrey Archer, Bill Jordan, Alan Watson
226 23 19 June 1986 Kenneth Baker, Germaine Greer, David Owen, John Smith
227 24 25 September 1986 Eastbourne, England Gerald Kaufman, David Steel, Ian Wrigglesworth, George Younger [20]
228 25 2 October 1986 Blackpool, England David Blunkett, Roy Hattersley, Norman Tebbit, Shirley Williams [21]
229 26 9 October 1986 Bournemouth, England Paddy Ashdown, Denis Healey, Nigel Lawson, James Prior [22]
230 27 16 October 1986 Cecil Parkinson, William Rodgers, Joan Ruddock, Mary Ann Sieghart
231 28 23 October 1986 Edwina Currie, Shirley Goodwin, John Prescott, Elizabeth Shields
232 29 30 October 1986 Paul Channon, Oonagh McDonald, Andrew Neil, Alan Watson
233 30 6 November 1986 Paul Boateng, Jeremy Bullmore, John Redwood, Polly Toynbee
234 31 13 November 1986 Donald Dewar, Antonia Fraser, Douglas Hurd, Roy Jenkins
235 32 20 November 1986 Ann Burdus, Alan Clark, Janice Lennon, Dennis Skinner
236 33 27 November 1986 Walter Hayes, John Moore, Clare Short, Becky Tinsley
237 34 4 December 1986 Bryan Gould, Geoffrey Howe, Peter Sutherland, Susan Thomas
238 35 11 December 1986 Charles Kennedy, Ken Livingstone, John Patten, Katharine Whitehorn

1987[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
239 1 15 January 1987 Kenneth Baker, Ian Hislop, Frances Morrell, Shirley Williams Presenter: Sue Lawley[66]
240 2 22 January 1987 Laura Grimond, Roy Hattersley, Dennis Potter, William Waldegrave Presenter: Sue Lawley[67]
241 3 29 January 1987 John Edmonds, Ann Leslie, Dick Taverne, David Young
242 4 5 February 1987 Robin Cook, Sarah Hogg, Michael Howard, Anthony Sampson
243 5 12 February 1987 Bradford, England Michael Heseltine, Simon Hughes, Diana Jeuda, Charles Moore [23]
244 6 19 February 1987 Michael Meacher, Detta O'Cathain, Chris Patten, William Wallace
245 7 26 February 1987 Alistair Graham, Bernie Grant, Angela Rumbold, Anne Sofer
246 8 5 March 1987 Alex Carlile, Ann Clwyd, Norman Fowler, Max Hastings
247 9 12 March 1987 David Alton, Rhodes Boyson, Isobel Lindsay, Bill Mackenzie
248 10 19 March 1987 John Harvey-Jones, John MacGregor, Nancy Seear, John Smith
249 11 26 March 1987 Denzil Davies, Howard Davies, Malcolm Rifkind, Chris Wilmore
250 12 2 April 1987 Alan Beith, Tony Benn, Christina Lyon, George Walden
251 13 9 April 1987 Derby, England David Clark, Kenneth Clarke, Rod Hackney, Sue Stapely [24]
252 14 30 April 1987 Rosie Barnes, Nicholas Horsley, Norman Lamont, George Robertson
253 15 7 May 1987 Harriet Harman, Peter Riddell, Peter Walker, Des Wilson
254 16 14 May 1987 Bradford, England David Blunkett, Usha Prashar, Nicholas Ridley, Sue Slipman [25]
255 17 21 May 1987 Kenneth Baker, Bryan Gould, Shirley Williams
256 18 28 May 1987 Glasgow, Scotland Alan Beith, Kenneth Clarke, Denis Healey, Alex Salmond [26]
257 19 4 June 1987 Leicester, England Roy Hattersley, Roy Jenkins, Nigel Lawson [27]
258 20 18 June 1987 Diane Abbott, Michael Heseltine, Andrew Neil, Cyril Smith
259 21 17 September 1987 Robin Cook, Norman Fowler, Shirley Williams, Des Wilson
260 22 24 September 1987 Linda Bellos, John Harvey-Jones, John Lloyd, Charles Moore
261 23 1 October 1987 Brighton, England Charles Kennedy, Ken Livingstone, John Smith, David Young [28]
262 24 8 October 1987 Blackpool, England John Biffen, Cecil Parkinson, John Prescott, David Steel [29]
263 25 15 October 1987 Menzies Campbell, Harriet Harman, Sarah Harrison, David Mellor
264 26 22 October 1987 John Banham, Donald Dewar, Polly Toynbee, John Wakeham
265 27 29 October 1987 Edwina Currie, Mary Kenny, Clare Short, Matthew Taylor
266 28 5 November 1987 Ann Burdus, David Sainsbury, Jack Straw, William Waldegrave
267 29 12 November 1987 Barbara Amiel, Alan Beith, Tony Benn, Douglas Hurd
268 30 19 November 1987 Neil McIntosh, Kenneth Miller, Chris Patten, Joan Ruddock
269 31 26 November 1987 Maggie Clay, Frank Dobson, Nicholas Ridley, Ruth Wishart
270 32 3 December 1987 Rosie Barnes, Tessa Blackstone, Oliver Letwin, Nick Scott
271 33 10 December 1987 Gerald Kaufman, Christine Ockrent, William Rodgers, Norman Tebbit

1988[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
272 1 7 January 1988 David Blunkett, Brenda Maddox, Malcolm Rifkind, Ian Wrigglesworth
273 2 14 January 1988 Harriet Crawley, Joan Lestor, Angela Rumbold, Nancy Seear
274 3 21 January 1988 John Edmonds, Teresa Gorman, Ann Leslie, Cyril Smith
275 4 28 January 1988 Kenneth Clarke, Roy Hattersley, Janice Lennon, Robert Maclennan
276 5 4 February 1988 Liverpool, England Ann Clwyd, Norman Fowler, Derek Worlock [30]
277 6 11 February 1988 Gordon Brown, Chantal Cuer, John Moore, Andrew Neil
278 7 18 February 1988 Howard Davies, Margaret Hodge, Michael Howard, Peter Riddell
279 8 25 February 1988 Shirley Goodwin, Russell Johnston, Michael Meacher, Michael Portillo
280 9 3 March 1988 Susan Crosland, Michael Heseltine, David Owen, Dennis Skinner
281 10 10 March 1988 Belfast, Northern Ireland Harold McCusker, Nuala O'Faolain, Merlyn Rees, George Younger [31]
282 11 17 March 1988 Malcolm Bruce, Janet Cohen, Bryan Gould, John Major
283 12 24 March 1988 Max Hastings, Frank Field, Usha Prashar, Marion Roe
284 13 14 April 1988 Paddy Ashdown, Kenneth Baker, Ann Taylor, Mary Warnock
285 14 21 April 1988 Peter Luff, John MacGregor, Detta O'Cathain, John Prescott
286 15 28 April 1988 Lynda Chalker, Antonia Fraser, Tom Sawyer, Brian Wolfson
287 16 5 May 1988 Tom King, Sara Parkin, George Robertson, Shirley Williams
288 17 12 May 1988 David Alton, Norman Lamont, Austin Mitchell, Pauline Perry
289 18 19 May 1988 Norwich, England Bernard Donoughue, Walter Hayes, Sheila McKechnie, John Patten [32]
290 19 26 May 1988 Eric Heffer, Sarah Hogg, Charles Kennedy, David Mellor
291 20 2 June 1988 Stuart Holland, Charles Moore, Susan Thomas, George Walden
292 21 9 June 1988 Patricia Hollis, Roy Jenkins, Suzanne Reeve, Nicholas Ridley
293 22 16 June 1988 Michael Heseltine, Andrew Neil, Nancy Seear, John Smith
294 23 22 September 1988 Alan Beith, Tessa Blackstone, Kenneth Clarke, David Owen
295 24 29 September 1988 Fleetwood, England Paddy Ashdown, Rosie Barnes, Norman Fowler, Martin O'Neill [33]
296 25 6 October 1988 Blackpool, England Tony Benn, Roy Hattersley, Nicholas Ridley, Nancy Seear [34]
297 26 13 October 1988 Brighton, England Edward Heath, Robin Cook, Charles Kennedy, Nigel Lawson [35]
298 27 20 October 1988 Peter Jenkins, Mo Mowlam, Angela Rumbold, Cyril Smith
299 28 27 October 1988 Tony Blair, Ann Leslie, Jonathon Porritt, Michael Portillo
300 29 3 November 1988 John Banham, Joanna Foster, Harriet Harman, Malcolm Rifkind
301 30 10 November 1988 Janet Daley, Simon Jenkins, Gerald Kaufman, David Mellor
302 31 17 November 1988 Nigel Lawson, David Marquand, David Montgomery, Clare Short
303 32 24 November 1988 Barbara Amiel, Gordon Brown, Alex Carlile, Cecil Parkinson
304 33 1 December 1988 Newcastle, England Ann Burdus, Eric Forth, Antonia Fraser, Jack Straw [36]
305 34 8 December 1988 Lynda Chalker, Donald Dewar, Charles Moore, Marie Staunton
306 35 15 December 1988 Chantal Cuer, Bryan Gould, Michael Heseltine, Enoch Powell

1989[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
307 1 12 January 1989 Russell Johnston, Maeve Sherlock, Chris Smith, Norman Tebbit
308 2 19 January 1989 John Biffen, Pauline Perry, John Prescott, David Willetts
309 3 26 January 1989 Simon Hornby, Richard Ryder, David Steel, Ann Taylor
310 4 2 February 1989 Stoke-on-Trent, England Hartley Booth, Frank Dobson, Sue Slipman, Michael Spicer [37]
311 5 9 February 1989 Ian Aitken, Menzies Campbell, Jane Ewart-Biggs, Douglas Hurd
312 6 16 February 1989 Teresa Gorman, Ben Pimlott, Mary Ann Sieghart, Arthur Scargill
313 7 23 February 1989 Dundee, Scotland David Blunkett, Paul Channon, Jim Sillars, Judy Steel [38]
314 8 2 March 1989 Elizabeth Filkin, Quintin Hogg, Roy Hattersley, Tim Melville-Ross
315 9 9 March 1989 Stuart Holland, Helen Liddell, William Rees-Mogg, William Waldegrave
316 10 16 March 1989 Robin Cook, Sarah Hogg, Roy Jenkins, John Major
317 11 6 April 1989 Edwina Currie, Nicholas Henderson, Brian Sedgemore, Ruth Wishart
318 12 13 April 1989 Bangor, Wales Harriet Harman, Michael Howard, Alan Watkins, Phil Williams [39]
319 13 20 April 1989 John Patten, Susan Thomas, Keith Vaz, Brian Wolfson
320 14 27 April 1989 Jack Dromey, Max Hastings, John MacGregor, Sara Parkin
321 15 4 May 1989 York, England Edward Pearce, Nancy Seear, John Smith, Norman Tebbit [40]
322 16 11 May 1989 John Burgh, Frances Edmonds, Chris Patten, George Robertson
323 17 18 May 1989 Elizabeth Filkin, Tom King, Andrew Neil, Joan Ruddock
324 18 25 May 1989 Kenneth Baker, Brenda Dean, Ann Leslie, Linbert Spencer
325 19 1 June 1989 Tony Benn, Kenneth Clarke, Shirley Williams, Elizabeth Symons
326 20 8 June 1989 Paddy Ashdown, Patricia Hewitt, Geoffrey Howe, Bernard Levin[68]
327 21 15 June 1989 Paddy Ashdown, Peter Jenkins, Mo Mowlam, Peter Walker
328 22 22 June 1989 [fn 9] Michael Foot, Antonia Fraser, Michael Heseltine, David Owen
329 23 12 July 1989 Paris, France Leon Brittan, Chantal Cuer, Denis Healey, Yvette Roudy [41]
330 24 14 September 1989 Brighton, England Paddy Ashdown, Roy Hattersley, Sara Parkin, Nicholas Ridley [42]
331 25 21 September 1989 London, England Janet Daley, Chris Patten, Peter Riddell, Clare Short [43]
332 26 28 September 1989 London, England Frances Edmonds, Peter Newsam, John Prescott, Norman Tebbit [44]
333 27 5 October 1989 Brighton, England Kenneth Baker, Arthur Scargill, Nancy Seear, John Smith [45]
334 28 12 October 1989 Blackpool, England Rosie Barnes, John Biffen, Gerald Kaufman, Cecil Parkinson [46]
335 29 19 October 1989 London, England Paul Boateng, Lynda Chalker, Ann Leslie, Jonathon Porritt [47]
336 30 26 October 1989 Gordon Brown, Edwina Currie, Rita Donaghy, William Rees-Mogg
337 31 2 November 1989 Eric Forth, Ian Hislop, Russell Johnston, Ann Taylor
338 32 9 November 1989 London, England Donald Dewar, Julia Langdon, Graham Leonard, Angela Rumbold
339 33 16 November 1989 Patricia Hewitt, Tim Melville-Ross, Michael Portillo, Cyril Smith
340 34 23 November 1989 London, England Kenneth Baker, Menzies Campbell, Chantal Cuer, Bryan Gould
341 35 30 November 1989 Birmingham, England Mary Archer, Norman Lamont, Ken Livingstone, Linbert Spencer
342 36 7 December 1989 London, England Ian Aitken, Barbara Castle, Ian Crowther, David Hunt
343 37 14 December 1989 London, England Denis Healey, Geoffrey Howe, David Owen, Sara Parkin

1990s[edit]

1990[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
344 1 18 January 1990 London, England John Banham, Mary Holland, David Mellor, George Robertson [48]
345 2 25 January 1990 London, England Douglas Hurd, Roy Jenkins, Mo Mowlam, Andrew Neil [49]
346 3 1 February 1990 London, England Robin Cook, Pauline Perry, Anthony Sampson, Jean Barker [50]
347 4 8 February 1990 Glasgow, Scotland Paddy Ashdown, Margaret Ewing, George Younger, Frank Dobson [51]
348 5 15 February 1990 London, England Margaret Beckett, Kenneth Clarke, Dr Madsen Pirie, Nina Temple [52]
349 6 22 February 1990 London, England Kim Howells, Sheila McKechnie, Enoch Powell, David Willetts [53]
350 7 1 March 1990 London, England Frank Field, Norman Fowler, Sue Stapely, Michael White [54]
351 8 8 March 1990 London, England Jane Grant, Michael Howard, Mary Kenny, Joan Ruddock [55]
352 9 15 March 1990 London, England Gordon Brown, John MacGregor, Mary Ann Sieghart, Des Wilson [56]
353 10 22 March 1990 London, England Mark Bonham-Carter, Sarah Hogg, Nicholas Ridley, John Smith [57]
354 11 29 March 1990 Middlesbrough, England Alan Beith, Virginia Bottomley, David Jenkins, Gavin Laird [58]
355 12 5 April 1990 London, England Max Hastings, Peter Mandelson, Rosalind Miles, John Patten [59]
356 13 26 April 1990 London, England Tessa Blackstone, David Montgomery, Roger Poole, Norman Tebbit [60]
357 14 3 May 1990 London, England Jack Cunningham, June Osborne, Malcolm Rifkind, David Steel [61]
358 15 10 May 1990 London, England Michael Heseltine, Detta O'Cathain, John Prescott, Alan Watkins [62]
359 16 17 May 1990 Oxford, England Paul Foot, Dr Sheila Lawlor, Jack Straw, David Waddington [63]
360 17 24 May 1990 London, England Lynda Chalker, Harriet Harman, John Harvey-Jones, Norman Stone [64]
361 18 31 May 1990 Truro, England Tony Blair, Ann Leslie, Charles Kennedy, Emma Nicholson [65]
362 19 7 June 1990 London, England Simon Jenkins, Tom King, Clare Short, Ruth Wishart [66]
363 20 14 June 1990 London, England Tony Benn, David Blake, Chris Patten, Anne Burdus [67]
364 21 21 June 1990 London, England Antonia Fraser, Nigel Lawson, John Smith, Shirley Williams [68]
365 22 20 September 1990 Barbican, London Paddy Ashdown, Roy Hattersley, Douglas Hurd, Robert Maxwell, Caspar Weinberger [69]
366 23 27 September 1990 Cardiff, Wales Gerald Kaufman, Cecil Parkinson, David Steel, Alan Walters, Henry Kissinger [70]
367 24 4 October 1990 Blackpool, England Edwina Currie, Bill Jordan, Dennis Skinner [71]
368 25 11 October 1990 Bournemouth, England Bryan Gould, Michael Heseltine, Jean Lambert, Norman Tebbit [72]
369 26 18 October 1990 [fn 10][69] Edinburgh, Scotland Menzies Campbell, Margaret Ewing, Malcolm Rifkind, Magnus Linklater, Tony Benn, Andrew Neil [73]
370 27 25 October 1990 Barbican, London Kenneth Clarke, David Owen, James Pickles, John Smith [74]
371 28 1 November 1990 Barbican, London David Blunkett, Brenda Dean, John Harvey-Jones, Edward Heath [75]
372 29 8 November 1990 Bradford, England John Banham, David Mellor, John Prescott, Nancy Seear [76]
373 30 15 November 1990 Cambridge, England Kenneth Baker, Gordon Brown, David Jenkins, Mary Whitehouse [77]
374 31 22 November 1990[fn 11] Barbican, London Enoch Powell, David Owen, James Callaghan, Simon Jenkins
Michael Howard, Nigel Lawson, Paddy Ashdown, Roy Hattersley
[78]
375 32 29 November 1990 Barbican, London Barbara Castle, Peter Lilley, Peter Morgan, Shirley Williams [79]
376 33 6 December 1990 Brighton, England Geoffrey Howe, Gerald Kaufman, Anna Raeburn, Anne Robinson [80] [70]
377 34 13 December 1990 Barbican, London [81]

1991[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
378 1 10 January 1991 Barbican, London Douglas Hurd, Roy Jenkins, Gerald Kaufman, Marjorie Thompson [82]
379 2 17 January 1991[fn 12] Barbican, London Kenneth Clarke, Roy Hattersley, Paddy Ashdown, David Sheppard, Kenneth Clarke, Gerald Kaufman, David Owen, Bruce Kent [83]
380 3 24 January 1991 Barbican, London Henry E. Catto, Jr., Denis Healey, Ghada Karmi, Chris Patten [84]
381 4 31 January 1991 Barbican, London Edward Heath, Max Hastings, Sara Parkin, John Smith [85]
382 5 7 February 1991 Tony Banks, William Rees-Mogg, David Steel, Norman Tebbit [86]
383 6 14 February 1991 Jeffrey Archer, Margaret Beckett, Melvyn Bragg, Malcolm Rifkind [87]
384 7 21 February 1991 Barbican, London Kenneth Baker, Garret FitzGerald, Shirley Porter, John Prescott [88]
385 8 28 February 1991 Barbican, London Cecil Parkinson, John Prescott, Graham Leonard
386 9 7 March 1991 Barbican, London Robin Cook, Edwina Currie, John Stalker, Des Wilson [89]
387 10 14 March 1991 Tony Blair, Peter Brooke, Helena Kennedy, Olga Maitland [90]
388 11 21 March 1991 Dr Ann Robinson,[fn 13] Nigel Lawson, John Smith and Alan Beith [91][71]
389 12 11 April 1991 London, England Tony Benn, David Mellor, Simon Hughes, Stephen Fry [92]
390 13 18 April 1991 London, England Bryan Gould, David Hunt, Detta O'Cathain, Cyril Smith [93]
391 14 25 April 1991 London, England Alan Beith, John Pilger, Angela Rumbold, John Smith [94]
392 15 2 May 1991 Roy Hattersley, Dr. Ann Robinson, Nancy Seear, William Waldegrave [95]
393 16 9 May 1991 Gordon Brown, Janet Cohen, Sally Hamwee, Nicholas Ridley [96]
394 17 16 May 1991 London, England Kenneth Baker, Garret FitzGerald, Zerbanoo Gifford, Clare Short [97]
395 18 23 May 1991 Birmingham, England Anila Graham, Michael Howard, Charles Kennedy, Ken Livingstone [98]
396 19 30 May 1991 Paul Boateng, Geoffrey Howe, Rosalind Miles, Shirley Porter [99]
397 20 6 June 1991 Diana Cornish, Bernard Ingham, Glenda Jackson, Des Wilson [100]
398 21 13 June 1991 Virginia Bottomley, John Edmonds, Andrew Neil, Joan Ruddock [101]
399 22 12 September 1991 London, England Tony Blair, Michael Heseltine, Julia Neuberger, Paddy Ashdown
400 23 19 September 1991 London, England Sara Parkin, David Owen, William Waldegrave and Jack Straw [102][72]
401 24 26 September 1991 Birmingham, England John Banham, Mo Mowlam, Malcolm Rifkind, Marjorie Thompson [103]
402 25 3 October 1991 Sussex, England Jack Cunningham, Norman Tebbit, Clare Short, Charles Kennedy [104][73]
403 26 10 October 1991 Fleetwood, England Nicholas Ridley, Nancy Seear, David Hunt, Robin Cook [105][74]
404 27 17 October 1991 Edinburgh Michael Forsyth, Margaret Ewing, Gordon Brown, Sir David Steel [106][75]
405 28 24 October 1991 Nottingham, England Kenneth Clarke, John Egan, Elizabeth Symons [107]
406 29 31 October 1991 London, England Margaret Beckett, Garret FitzGerald, Roy Jenkins, John MacGregor [108]
407 30 7 November 1991 Westminster, England John Patten, Tessa Blackstone, Sir Cyril Smith, Rhiannon Chapman[fn 14] [109][76]
408 31 14 November 1991 London, England Jennifer d'Abo, Norman Lamont, Roy Hattersley, Alan Beith [110][77]
409 32 21 November 1991 Cardiff, Wales Alf Gordon,[fn 15] Emily Blatch, Ken Livingstone, Dafydd Wigley [111][78]
410 33 28 November 1991 Swindon, England David Mellor, David Blunkett [112]
411 34 5 December 1991 London, England Tony Benn, Christine Crawley, Howard Davies, Gillian Shephard [113]
412 35 12 December 1991 Bristol, England Esther Leneman,[fn 16] Steve Jones, Chris Patten, Harriet Harman [114][79]

1992[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
413 1 23 January 1992 Manchester, England Virginia Bottomley, John Smith, Des Wilson [115]
414 2 30 January 1992 Bristol, England Kenneth Baker, John Harvey-Jones, Ann Taylor [116]
415 3 6 February 1992 London, England Shirley Williams, Patricia Hewitt, Edwina Currie, Yve Newbold [117]
416 4 13 February 1992 London, England Gerald Kaufman, Edward Heath [118]
417 5 20 February 1992 London, England Bernard Ingham, Peter Lilley, Inga-Stina Robson, John Prescott [119][80]
418 6 27 February 1992 London, England Tom King, William Rodgers [120]
419 7 5 March 1992 London, England Menzies Campbell, Michael Howard, Joan Ruddock [121]
420 8 12 March 1992 London, England Douglas Hurd, Margaret Beckett, Dr. Ann Robinson [122]
421 9 19 March 1992 Luton, England Gordon Brown, Ieuan Wyn Jones, Chris Patten, David Steel [123]
422 10 26 March 1992 Birmingham, England Norman Lamont, Roy Hattersley, Simon Hughes, John Taylor [124]
423 11 2 April 1992 London, England Michael Heseltine, Alex Salmond, John Smith, Alan Beith [125]
424 12 21 May 1992 London, England Paul Boateng, Kenneth Clarke, Anthony Scrivener, Susan Masham [126]
425 13 23 April 1992 Hertfordshire, England Tony Blair, Shirley Williams, Dr Elizabeth Nelson, Jeffrey Archer [127][81]
426 14 30 April 1992 Westminster, London Howard Davies, Nirj Deva, Tessa Jowell, Liz Lynne [128][82]
427 15 7 May 1992 Glasgow, Scotland Ruth Wishart, Margaret Ewing, Ian Lang, Ken Livingstone [129][83]
428 16 14 May 1992 Bristol, England Margaret Hodge, Bill Jordan, David Puttnam, Alan Clark [130][84]
429 17 28 May 1992 Reading, England Yvonne Barton,[fn 17] John MacGregor, Bryan Gould and Matthew Taylor [131][85]
430 18 4 June 1992 London, England Virginia Bottomley, Marjorie Mowlam, Dr Sheila Lawlor,[fn 18] Dr Marie Stewart[fn 19] [132][86]
431 19 11 June 1992 Derby, England Paddy Ashdown, Edwina Currie, John Smith [133]
432 20 18 June 1992 London, England Malcolm Rifkind, John Prescott [134]
433 21 17 September 1992 London, England John Patten, Robin Cook, Howard Davies [135]
434 22 24 September 1992 Denis Healey, Cecil Parkinson [136]
435 23 1 October 1992 Blackpool, England Michael Portillo, Arthur Scargill, Margaret Beckett, Malcolm Bruce [137]
436 24 8 October 1992 Brighton, England Gordon Brown, Michael Howard, Paddy Ashdown, Clifford Chetwood [138]
437 25 15 October 1992 London, England Judith Chaplin, Janet Anderson, Liz Lynne, Bernard Ingham [139]
438 26 22 October 1992 Maidstone, England Harriet Harman, Andrew Neil, Bernard Weatherill [140]
439 27 29 October 1992 Washington D.C., United States Jeane Kirkpatrick, Kurt Schmoke, Ed Koch, Vin Weber, Shirley Williams [141] [87]
440 28 5 November 1992 London, England William Waldegrave, Jack Cunningham, Julia Neuberger, Michael Dobbs [142]
441 29 12 November 1992 London, England Neil Kinnock, Kenneth Clarke, Roy Jenkins, Elizabeth Symons [143]
442 30 19 November 1992 Birmingham, England Nigel Lawson, John Prescott, Anna Vinton [144]
443 31 26 November 1992 Norwich, England Gillian Shephard, Joan Ruddock, Lorna Fitzsimons, Tim Waterstone [145]
444 32 3 December 1992 Southampton, England David Mellor, Peter Mandelson, Russell Johnston [146]
445 33 10 December 1992 London, England John MacGregor, Mel Read, Charles Powell, Holger K. Nielsen [147][88]

1993[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
446 1 14 January 1993 London, England Tony Blair, Virginia Bottomley, Patience Purchas, David Steel [148]
447 2 21 January 1993 Birmingham, England David Blunkett, Jean Denton, Elaine Foster, Edward Roberts [149]
448 3 28 January 1993 London, England Simon Jenkins, Mo Mowlam [150]
449 4 4 February 1993 London, England Tony Benn, Jan Hall, Michael Heseltine, Ian McAllister [151]
450 5 11 February 1993 Bristol, England Douglas Hurd, Dawn Primarolo, Hilary Williams [152]
451 6 18 February 1993 London, England Nicholas Soames, Ken Livingstone [153]
452 7 25 February 1993 London, England George Young, Kate Hoey [154]
453 8 4 March 1993 London, England Brian Mawhinney, Tessa Blackstone, Charles Kennedy [155]
454 9 11 March 1993 Malcolm Rifkind, Paul Boateng [156]
455 10 18 March 1993 Cardiff, Wales Gordon Brown, John Harvey-Jones, David Hunt, Ieuan Wyn Jones [157]
456 11 25 March 1993 London, England Kenneth Baker, Moira Constable, Pauline Green, David Starkey [158]
457 12 1 April 1993 London, England Gyles Brandreth, John Eatwell, Amanda Platell [159]
458 13 22 April 1993 Manchester, England Roy Hattersley, Edwina Currie, Kay Coleman, Peter Jonas [160]
459 14 29 April 1993 Bristol, England Pam Charlwood, Glenys Kinnock, Emma Nicholson, Elizabeth Symons [161]
460 15 6 May 1993 Maidstone, England Jonathan Aitken, Judi Clements, Bryan Gould, Tim Razzall [162]
461 16 13 May 1993 Leeds, England Frank Dobson, Timothy Eggar, John Monks, Dr. Ann Robinson [163]
462 17 20 May 1993 London, England Lynda Chalker, Alan Eastwood, Patricia Hewitt, Ray Williamson [164]
463 18 27 May 1993 London, England Margaret Beckett, Simon Hughes, Andrew Neil, Tony Newton [165]
464 19 3 June 1993 Manchester, England Luna Frank-Riley, Edward Heath, Martin Jacques, Gerald Kaufman [166]
465 20 10 June 1993 Glasgow, Scotland Margaret Ewing, Ian Lang, Joyce McMillan, Jack Straw [167]
466 21 17 June 1993 London, England Michael R. Angus, John Prescott, Norman Tebbit, Shirley Williams [168]
467 22 16 September 1993 London, England Howard Davies, Roy Jenkins, Norman Lamont, Clare Short [169]
468 23 23 September 1993 London, England Alan Beith, Robert Horton, Michael Howard, Mo Mowlam [170]
469 24 30 September 1993 Brighton, England Tony Blair, John Edmonds, Liz Lynne, David Mellor [171]
470 25 7 October 1993 Blackpool, England Menzies Campbell, Harriet Harman, Simon Jenkins, John Patten [172]
471 26 14 October 1993 Maidstone, England Bryan Gould, Bernard Ingham, Elizabeth Symons, William Waldegrave [173]
472 27 21 October 1993 Birmingham, England Alan Clark, Victoria Glendinning, Robert Key, Peter Mandelson [174]
473 28 28 October 1993 London, England Peter Taylor, Charles Pollard, George Carman, Vivien Stern [175]
474 29 4 November 1993 London, England Emeka Anyaoku, Tony Benn, Edwina Currie, Niall Ferguson [176]
475 30 11 November 1993 Leeds, England Hilary Armstrong, Stephen Dorrell, Arthur Scargill, David Steel [177]
476 31 18 November 1993 Bristol, England Gordon Brown, Malcolm Bruce, Norman Fowler, Christina Gorna [178]
477 32 25 November 1993 London, England Roy Hattersley, Margaret Hodge, David Hunt, Sara Morrison [179]
478 33 2 December 1993 London, England Michael Portillo, Robin Cook [180]
479 34 9 December 1993 London, England Michael Heseltine, Neil Kinnock, Julia Neuberger, Michael Dobbs [181]

1994[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
480 1 13 January 1994 London, England Paddy Ashdown, Kenneth Clarke, John Prescott, Dr. Ann Robinson [182]
481 2 20 January 1994 [fn 20] Birmingham, England Jeffrey Archer, Garret FitzGerald, Estelle Morris, David Starkey [183]
482 3 27 January 1994 Maidstone, England Virginia Bottomley, Ian Hay Davidson, Brenda Dean, Steve Jones [184]
483 4 3 February 1994 London, England Kamlesh Bahl, Roy Jenkins, Peter Lilley, Ken Livingstone [185]
484 5 10 February 1994 London, England [186]
485 6 17 February 1994 London, England Max Hastings, Michael Mansfield, John MacGregor, Mo Mowlam [187]
486 7 24 February 1994 London, England Tony Blair, Peter Hennessy, Douglas Hogg, Ann Leslie [188]
487 8 3 March 1994 London, England Glenda Jackson, Andrew Neil, David Steel, Nicholas Soames [189]
488 9 10 March 1994 Nottingham, England Christina Baxter, Jack Cunningham, Paul Johnson, William Waldegrave [190]
489 10 17 March 1994 Cardiff, Wales John Redwood, Kim Howells, Ieuan Wyn Jones, Liz Symons [191][89]
490 11 24 March 1994 Manchester, England Liz Lynne, John Patten, Robert Scott, Jack Straw [192]
491 12 14 April 1994 Birmingham, England Margaret Beckett, Anne Minto, Norman Tebbit, Shirley Williams [193]
492 13 21 April 1994 London, England David Alton, Tony Benn, Gerald Malone, Sara Morrison [194]
493 14 28 April 1994 Bristol, England John Gummer, Harriet Harman, Charles Kennedy, Terry Waite [195]
494 15 5 May 1994 London, England Glenys Kinnock, Simon Jenkins, Norman Lamont, Menzies Campbell [196][90]
495 16 12 May 1994[fn 21] Edinburgh, Scotland Menzies Campbell, Malcolm Rifkind, George Robertson, Alex Salmond [197]
496 17 19 May 1994 Norwich, England Edwina Currie, Simon Hughes, Gerald Kaufman, Charles Powell [198]
497 18 26 May 1994 Nottingham, England Alan Beith, Terence Conran, John MacGregor, Joyce Quin [199]
498 19 2 June 1994 London, England Michael Heseltine, John Prescott, P. D. James, Alex Carlile [200]
499 20 9 June 1994 David Hunt, David Blunkett, Shirley Williams, Colin Blakemore [201]
500 21 16 June 1994 London, England Valerie Amos, Robin Cook, Tim Clement-Jones, Michael Portillo [202]
501 22 15 September 1994 London, England Stephen Dorrell, Harriet Harman, Ian Hislop, Anne-Marie Huby [203]
502 23 22 September 1994 Leeds, England Menzies Campbell, Robin Cook, Jean Denton, Judith Donovan [204]
503 24 29 September 1994 London, England Roy Calne, Alan Clark, Anne Kelleher, Clare Short [205]
504 25 6 October 1994 Blackpool, England Gordon Brown, Louise Christian, Teresa Gorman, Richard Holme [206]
505 26 13 October 1994 Bournemouth, England Malcolm Bruce, David Hunt, Mo Mowlam, Mary Ann Sieghart [207]
506 27 20 October 1994 London, England Fiona Gilmore, Jude Kelly, John Prescott, John Redwood [208]
507 28 27 October 1994 London, England Margaret Beckett, Daniel Finkelstein, Gerald Malone, Denise Searle [209]
508 29 3 November 1994 Bristol, England Frank Dobson, Roger Gale, Charles Kennedy, Cristina Odone [210]
509 30 10 November 1994 London, England Diane Abbott, Christine Hancock, Norman Lamont, Matthew Parris [211]
510 31 17 November 1994 Janet Daley, Tony Newton, Susan Thomas, Jack Straw [212]
511 32 24 November 1994 Dundee, Scotland Hilary Campbell, Helen Liddell, John MacKay, Alex Salmond [213]
512 33 1 December 1994 London, England Alex Carlile, Gill Nott, Ann Taylor, George Young [214]
513 34 8 December 1994 Belfast, Northern Ireland Ken Maginnis, Patrick Mayhew, Ivor Richard, Bríd Rodgers [215]
514 35 15 December 1994 Oxford, England Ruth Deech, Dawn Primarolo, Malcolm Rifkind, Francis Wheen [216]

1995[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
515 1 12 January 1995 London, England Niall Ferguson, Victoria Glendinning, Margaret Hodge, Michael Howard [217]
516 2 19 January 1995 Southampton, England Edwina Currie, John Denham, Gwynneth Flower, Matthew Taylor [218]
517 3 26 January 1995 Liverpool, England David Alton, Rosie Boycott, Alistair Burt, Angela Eagle [219]
518 4 2 February 1995 London, England Michael Ancram, Paul Boateng, Christopher Frayling, Jan Hall [220]
519 5 9 February 1995 Newcastle, England Alan Beith, Kate Hoey, Teddy Taylor, Anne Wright [221]
520 6 16 February 1995 Cardiff, Wales Ann Clwyd, Fiona Driscoll, Peter Lilley, Dafydd Wigley [222]
521 7 23 February 1995 London, England Germaine Greer, Michael Portillo, Joyce Quin, David Steel [223]
522 8 2 March 1995 Colchester, England Judith Church, Jeremy Hanley, Jean Lambert, Robin Page [224]
523 9 9 March 1995 Leicester, England Kamlesh Bahl, Liz Lynne, Steven Norris, Chris Smith [225]
524 10 16 March 1995 London, England Colin Blakemore, Jo Brand, Brian Mawhinney, Joan Ruddock [226]
525 11 23 March 1995 Glasgow, Scotland Donald Dewar, Margaret Ewing, Ian Lang, Ray Michie [227]
526 12 30 March 1995 London, England Angela Browning, Jack Cunningham, Diana Maddock, Frederic Raphael [228]
527 13 27 April 1995 Birmingham, England Paddy Ashdown, David Hunt, Bridget Rosewell, Clare Short [229]
528 14 11 May 1995 Caernarfon, Wales Neil Hamilton, Glenys Kinnock, Elfyn Llwyd, Rosemary Righter [230]
529 15 18 May 1995 Plymouth, England Alan Clark, John Denham, Jessica Mann, Susan Thomas [231] [91]
530 16 25 May 1995 Norwich, England Virginia Bottomley, John Charmley, Frances Crook, Alistair Darling [232]
531 17 1 June 1995 London, England Menzies Campbell, Robin Cook, Ann Leslie, Nicholas Soames [233]
532 18 15 June 1995 London, England Jonathan Aitken, Josephine Hart, George Robertson, Barbara Young [234]
533 19 22 June 1995 Manchester, England Simon Hughes, Carolyn Johnson, Michael Mates, Mo Mowlam [235]
534 20 21 September 1995 Glasgow, Scotland Roseanna Cunningham, Charles Kennedy, Michael Hirst, George Robertson [236]
535 21 28 September 1995 London, England Patricia Hewitt, Steve Jones, John Maples, Sarah Sands [237]
536 22 5 October 1995 Brighton, England Robin Cook, Lisa Jardine, Liz Lynne, Norman Tebbit [238]
537 23 12 October 1995 Blackpool, England Margaret Beckett, Alex Carlile, Kenneth Clarke, Marilyn Orcharton [239]
538 24 19 October 1995 London, England Louise Christian, Stephen Dorrell, Ian Hislop, John Prescott [240]
539 25 26 October 1995 Birmingham, England Roy Hattersley, Norman Lamont, Diana Maddock, Mary Ann Sieghart [241]
540 26 2 November 1995 Cardiff, Wales Dafydd Elis-Thomas, William Hague, Margaret Jay, Natalie Wheen [242]
541 27 9 November 1995 London, England Ken Livingstone, Sheila Masters, John Redwood, Elizabeth Symons [243]
542 28 16 November 1995 London, England Frank Dobson, Michael Forsyth, Anne-Marie Huby, Ray Michie [244]
543 29 23 November 1995 Leeds, England Keith Hellawell, Richard Littlejohn, Angela Rumbold, Ann Taylor [245]
544 30 30 November 1995 London, England Harriet Harman, Roy Jenkins, Shriti Vadera, William Waldegrave [246]
545 31 7 December 1995 Belfast, Northern Ireland Michael Ancram, Seamus Mallon, Mo Mowlam, David Trimble [247]
546 32 14 December 1995 Nottingham, England Tony Banks, David Evans, Ruth Mackenzie, Gill Nott [248]

1996[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
547 1 11 January 1996 London, England Edwina Currie, Nick Harvey, Tina Knight, Peter Mandelson [249]
548 2 18 January 1996 Bristol, England Roger Freeman, Max Hastings, Elizabeth Meehan, Joan Ruddock [250]
549 3 25 January 1996 London, England Virginia Bottomley, Simon Hughes, Clare Short, Stephen Tumim [251]
550 4 1 February 1996 Birmingham, England Alan Duncan, Ruth Lea, Emma Nicholson, Chris Smith [252]
551 5 8 February 1996 Manchester, England Tessa Jowell, Rodney Klevan, Peter Lilley, Mavis Nicholson [253]
552 6 15 February 1996 Southampton, England Malcolm Bruce, Kenneth Clarke, Bronwen Maddox, John Prescott [254]
553 7 22 February 1996 London, England Tony Benn, Claire Holder, Tessa Keswick, Brian Mawhinney [255]
554 8 29 February 1996 Norwich, England David Blunkett, Archy Kirkwood, Bridget Ogilvie, Ann Widdecombe [256]
555 9 7 March 1996 Newcastle, England Rosie Boycott, Andrew Foster, Gerald Malone, Joyce Quin [257]
556 10 14 March 1996 London, England Donald Dewar, Michael Heseltine, Gerry Robinson, Shirley Williams [258]
557 11 21 March 1996 Liverpool, England Teresa Gorman, Cristina Odone, Jack Straw, Christopher Tugendhat [259]
558 12 28 March 1996 London, England Margaret Beckett, Menzies Campbell, Anne McElvoy, Tony Newton [260]
559 13 18 April 1996 Southampton, England Peg Alexander, Alistair Darling, Diana Maddock, David Willetts [261]
560 14 25 April 1996 Nottingham, England Paddy Ashdown, Kate Barker, Angela Browning, Robin Cook [262]
561 15 9 May 1996 Edinburgh, Scotland Iain Duncan Smith, Margaret Ewing, Mo Mowlam, David Steel [263]
562 16 16 May 1996 London, England David Howell, Rana Kabbani, Sheila Masters, Peter Shore [264]
563 17 23 May 1996 Manchester, England Simon Heffer, John Monks, Angela Rumbold, Clare Short [265]
564 18 30 May 1996 Bristol, England Paul Boateng, Christine Laird, Margaret Sharp, William Waldegrave [266]
565 19 6 June 1996 London, England Ian Lang, Glenda Jackson, Bernard Ingham, Jo Brand [267]
566 20 13 June 1996 Birmingham, England Anne Campbell, Charles Kennedy, Norman Lamont, Prue Leith [268]
567 21 26 September 1996 London, England Menzies Campbell, Harriet Harman, Peter Lilley, Bronwen Maddox [269]
568 22 3 October 1996 Blackpool, England Gordon Brown, William Hague, Charles Kennedy, Lesley Knox [270]
569 23 10 October 1996 Bournemouth, England Robin Cook, Stephen Dorrell, Ruth Lea, Emma Nicholson [271]
570 24 17 October 1996 London, England Margaret Beckett, Christopher Haskins, Michael Heseltine, Sheila Lawlor [272]
571 25 24 October 1996 Birmingham, England Nick Harvey, Frederic Raphael, Ann Taylor, Ann Widdecombe [273]
572 26 31 October 1996 Cardiff, Wales Glenys Kinnock, Brian Mawhinney, Melanie Phillips, Dafydd Wigley [274]
573 27 7 November 1996 London, England Alison Carnwath, Roy Hattersley, Lisa Jardine, John Redwood [275]
574 28 14 November 1996 Nottingham, England Douglas Hogg, Patricia Hollis, Raj Persaud, Sandi Toksvig [276]
575 29 21 November 1996 Glasgow, Scotland Winnie Ewing, Archy Kirkwood, Norman Lamont, Brian Wilson [277]
576 30 28 November 1996 London, England Malcolm Bruce, Alistair Darling, Michael Jack, Pauline Neville-Jones [278]
577 31 5 December 1996 Belfast, Northern Ireland John Hume, Patrick Mayhew, Mo Mowlam, John Taylor [279]
578 32 12 December 1996 Manchester, England Roger Freeman, Peter Hitchens, Liz Lynne, John Prescott [280]
579 33 19 December 1996 London, England Valerie Amos, Matthew Parris, Malcolm Rifkind, Clare Short [281]

1997[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
580 1 23 January 1997 London, England Carmen Callil, Frank Dobson, Charles Moore, Gillian Shephard [282]
581 2 30 January 1997 Norwich, England Ian Lang, Robert Maclennan, Mary Ann Sieghart, Jack Straw [283]
582 3 6 February 1997 London, England Janet Anderson, Angela Browning, Richard Littlejohn, Dafydd Wigley [284]
583 4 13 February 1997 Leeds, England Kenneth Clarke, Robin Cook, Rosalind Gilmore, David Steel [285]
584 5 20 February 1997 London, England Donald Dewar, Germaine Greer, Michael Howard, Roy Jenkins [286]
585 6 27 February 1997 Southampton, England Mo Mowlam, Alex Salmond, Paul Tyler, George Young [287]
586 7 6 March 1997 London, England Don Foster, Harriet Harman, Ian Hislop, Tony Newton [288]
587 8 13 March 1997 Birmingham, England Tony Benn, Frederick Forsyth, Edward Heath, Liz Lynne [289]
588 9 20 March 1997 London, England Anne McElvoy, Michael Portillo, Shirley Williams, Andrew Smith [290]
589 10 3 April 1997 Alex Salmond, Dafydd Wigley [291] [92]
590 11 10 April 1997 London, England Paddy Ashdown [292]
591 12 17 April 1997 London, England John Major [293]
592 13 24 April 1997 [fn 22] London, England Tony Blair [294]
593 14 8 May 1997 Peter Lilley, Andrew Neil, Ann Taylor, Jenny Tonge [295] [93]
594 15 15 May 1997 Kenneth Clarke, Ruth Lea, Peter Mandelson, Shirley Williams [296] [94]
595 16 22 May 1997 Frank Dobson, Michael Howard, Gill Nott, Polly Toynbee [297] [95]
596 17 29 May 1997 Manchester, England Michael Ancram, Jackie Ballard, Lynn Collins, John Prescott [298]
597 18 5 June 1997 London, England Clive Anderson, Margaret Beckett, Julia Middleton, John Redwood [299]
598 19 12 June 1997 Newcastle, England Teresa Gorman, Jacqui Smith, Adair Turner, Francis Wheen [300]
599 20 19 June 1997 London, England Martin Bell, Linda Colley, Robin Cook, Tom King [301]
600 21 25 September 1997 London, England Rosie Boycott, Charles Kennedy, Jack Straw, Ann Widdecombe [302]
601 22 2 October 1997 Southampton, England Malcolm Bruce, Harriet Harman, Peter Lilley, Judy McKnight [303]
602 23 9 October 1997 Manchester, England Menzies Campbell, Kay Coleman, Frank Dobson, Archie Norman [304]
603 24 16 October 1997 London, England Norman Fowler, Ann Leslie, George Robertson, Bridget Rosewell [305]
604 25 23 October 1997 Belfast, Northern Ireland Gerry Adams, John Dunlop, John Hume, Andrew Hunter, Paul Murphy [306]
605 26 30 October 1997 Nottingham, England David Blunkett, Iain Duncan Smith, Sarah Ludford, Janet Paraskeva [307]
606 27 6 November 1997 London, England Paul Foot, Cheryl Gillan, Clare Short, David Starkey [308]
607 28 13 November 1997 Leeds, England Hugh Dykes, John Redwood, Joan Smith, Brian Wilson [309]
608 29 20 November 1997 London, England Lisa Jardine, Peter Mandelson, John Maples, Anne Minto [310]
609 30 27 November 1997 Birmingham, England Oona King, Julie Kirkbride, Richard Littlejohn, Lembit Opik [311]
610 31 4 December 1997 Robin Cook, Heather Rabbatts [312]
611 32 11 December 1997 Cardiff, Wales Michael Ancram, Ron Davies, Nigella Lawson, Dafydd Wigley [313]
612 33 18 December 1997 London, England Germaine Greer, Michael Heseltine, Chris Smith, Shirley Williams [314]

1998[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
613 1 15 January 1998 London, England Michael Cashman, Judith Donovan, Francis Maude, Ann Taylor [315]
614 2 22 January 1998 Southampton, England Clive Anderson, Don Foster, Barbara Roche, Ann Widdecombe [316]
615 3 29 January 1998 Glasgow, Scotland Donald Findlay, Eddie Izzard, Gavin Strang, Nicola Sturgeon [317]
616 4 5 February 1998 Norwich, England Derek Fatchett, Susan Greenfield, Cecil Parkinson, Jenny Tonge [318]
617 5 12 February 1998 London, England Margaret Beckett, Angela Browning, Trevor Phillips, Andrew Roberts [319]
618 6 19 February 1998 Nottingham, England Hilary Armstrong, Nick Harvey, Peter Hitchens, David Willetts [320]
619 7 26 February 1998 London, England Tony Benn, Alan Duncan, Jude Kelly, Emma Nicholson [321]
620 8 5 March 1998 Leeds, England Peg Alexander, Simon Burns, Clarissa Dickson-Wright, Alun Michael [322]
621 9 12 March 1998 Cardiff, Wales John Bercow, Louise Christian, Peter Hain, Phil Willis [323]
622 10 19 March 1998 London, England Alistair Darling, Peter Lilley, Malcolm Bruce, Hilary Wainwright [324]
623 11 26 March 1998 Birmingham, England Jackie Ballard, Geoff Hampton, David Heathcoat-Amory, Michael Meacher [325]
624 12 2 April 1998 Frank Dobson, Teresa Gorman, Liz Lynne, Sandi Toksvig [326] [96]
625 13 16 April 1998 Belfast, Northern Ireland John Hume, Robert McCartney, Martin McGuinness, Dermot Nesbitt [327]
626 14 23 April 1998 Manchester, England Shelagh Diplock, Norman Fowler, Gerald Kaufman, David Rendel [328]
627 15 30 April 1998 Leeds, England Michael Ancram, Paddy Ashdown, Nyta Mann, Jack Straw [329]
628 16 14 May 1998 Glasgow, Scotland Donald Dewar, Charles Kennedy, Raymond Robertson, Elaine C. Smith [330]
629 17 28 May 1998 Birmingham, England Peta Buscombe, Oliver James, Ann Leslie, Chris Smith [331]
630 18 4 June 1998 London, England Beatrix Campbell, Menzies Campbell, Harriet Harman, Michael Howard [332]
631 19 11 June 1998 Newcastle, England Jack Cunningham, Leanda de Lisle, Anne-Marie Huby, John Redwood [333]
632 20 18 June 1998 London, England Tony Benn, Edward Heath, David Steel, Polly Toynbee [334]
633 21 24 September 1998 London, England Ann Widdecombe, Cristina Odone, Charles Kennedy, Norman Pace, Jack Cunningham [335]
634 22 1 October 1998 Manchester, England Chris Smith, Michael Ancram, Janet Daley, Rodney Bickerstaffe, Emma Nicholson [336]
635 23 8 October 1998 Bournemouth, England Clare Short, Richard Branson, Michael Howard, David Yelland [337]
636 24 15 October 1998 Leeds, England Frederick Forsyth, Ozwald Boateng, Angela Eagle, Stephen Dorrell, Jenny Tonge [338]
637 25 22 October 1998 Cardiff, Wales Michael Winner, Ron Davies, John Redwood, Helen Mary Jones, Mary Ann Sieghart [339]
638 26 29 October 1998 Birmingham, England Brian Sewell, Norman Fowler, Diane Abbott, Menzies Campbell, Julia Neuberger [340]
639 27 5 November 1998 London, England Frank Dobson, Peter Hitchens, Shirley Williams, David Willetts, Maeve Sherlock [341]
640 28 12 November 1998 Glasgow, Scotland Michael Forsyth, Helen Liddell, Roseanna Cunningham, Simon Hughes, Jeremy Isaacs [342]
641 29 19 November 1998 Peterborough, England Richard Littlejohn, Paul Heaton, Virginia Bottomley, Patricia Hollis, Brian Rix [343]
642 30 26 November 1998 Newcastle, England Paul Sykes, Chris Patten, Diana Maddock, Nick Brown, Nigella Lawson [344]
643 31 3 December 1998 Southampton, England Roy Hattersley, Piers Morgan, Janet Street-Porter, Iain Duncan Smith [345]
644 32 10 December 1998 Manchester, England Ken Livingstone, Francis Maude, Derek Draper, Ann Leslie, Margo MacDonald [346]
645 33 17 December 1998 Nottingham, England Mo Mowlam, Kenneth Clarke, Robert Ayling, Simon Heffer, Beatrix Campbell [347]

1999[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
646 1 14 January 1999 London, England Michael Portillo, Ann Taylor, Matthew Parris, Fay Weldon, Malcolm Bruce [348]
647 2 21 January 1999 Leeds, England David Trimble, Teresa Gorman, Bill Morris, Liz Lynne, Hilary Wainwright [349]
648 3 28 January 1999 Plymouth, England Tony Benn, Lembit Opik, Rick Stein, Angela Browning, Mandi Norwood [350]
649 4 4 February 1999 London, England Peter Lilley, Rosie Boycott, Nick Harvey, Christopher Haskins, Amanda Foreman [351]
650 5 11 February 1999 Southampton, England Janet Anderson, Norman Lamont, Archy Kirkwood, Max Clifford, Alice Thomson [352]
651 6 18 February 1999 Hull, England Jo Brand, Tony Banks, Martin Bell, Alan Duncan, Susan Greenfield [353]
652 7 25 February 1999 [fn 23] London, England Michael Mansfield, Glen Smyth, Paul Boateng, Norman Fowler, Annie Stewart [354]
653 8 4 March 1999 Maidstone, England Tony Robinson, Alan Clark, Ruth Lea, George Robertson, Elspeth Howe [355]
654 9 11 March 1999 Manchester, England Clare Short, John Redwood, Jackie Ballard, Germaine Greer, Andrew Neil [356]
655 10 18 March 1999 London, England Norman Tebbit, Billy Bragg, Polly Toynbee, Oona King, Steven Norris [357]
656 11 25 March 1999 Sheffield, England David Blunkett, David Steel, Anne-Marie Huby, Tim Yeo, Dorothy Grace-Jones [358]
657 12 15 April 1999 Cardiff, Wales Dafydd Wigley, Glenys Kinnock, Jenny Randerson, John Maples, Tim Spicer [359]
658 13 22 April 1999 Glasgow, Scotland Donald Dewar, Alex Salmond, Jim Wallace, David McLetchie [360]
659 14 29 April 1999 London, England Michael Heseltine, Jack Cunningham, Charles Kennedy, Charles Moore, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown [361]
660 15 13 May 1999 Birmingham, England Michael Howard, Menzies Campbell, Margaret Beckett, Michael Nazir-Ali, Melanie Phillips [362]
661 16 20 May 1999 Belfast, Northern Ireland John Taylor, Robert McCartney, Mitchel McLaughlin, Bríd Rodgers, Bronagh Hinds [363]
662 17 27 May 1999 Bath, England Jilly Cooper, Liam Fox, Max Hastings, Alun Michael, Ray Michie [364]
663 18 3 June 1999 Norwich, England Francis Maude, John Reid, Matthew Taylor, Petronella Wyatt, Carl Chinn [365]
664 19 10 June 1999 Birmingham, England Jim Davidson, Anne McElvoy, Joyce Quin, Michael Ancram, George Monbiot [366]
665 20 17 June 1999 Manchester, England Charlie Whelan, Gerald Kaufman, Theresa May, Don Foster, Sheila McKechnie [367]
666 21 24 June 1999 Leeds, England Arthur Scargill, Alistair Darling, Nicholas Soames, Sarah Ludford, Decca Aitkenhead [368]
667 22 1 July 1999 [fn 24] Birmingham, England William Hague [369]
668 23 8 July 1999 [fn 25] London, England Tony Blair [370]
669 24 15 July 1999 Belfast, Northern Ireland John Hume, Pat Doherty, Ken Maginnis, David Ervine, Albert Reynolds, Michael Ancram [371]
670 25 23 September 1999 London, England Nick Brown, John Maples, Shirley Williams, Mary Ann Sieghart, Michael Bloomberg [372]
671 26 30 September 1999 Bournemouth, England Chris Smith, Ann Widdecombe, Simon Hughes, Ken Cameron, Alice Thomson [373]
672 27 7 October 1999 Manchester, England Robin Cook, Michael Ancram, Menzies Campbell, Janet Street-Porter, Martha Lane Fox [374]
673 28 14 October 1999 [fn 26] Sydney, Australia Bob Hawke, Bill Hayden, Aden Ridgeway, Sophie Panopoulos, Geoffrey Robertson, Simon Heffer [375]
674 29 21 October 1999 London, England Keith Vaz, John Redwood, Jenny Tonge, David Mellor, Beatrix Campbell [376]
675 30 28 October 1999 Southampton, England Theresa May, Diane Abbott, Lembit Opik, Boris Johnson, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall [377]
676 31 4 November 1999 Glasgow, Scotland John Reid, Annabel Goldie, Margo MacDonald, Will Hutton, Sue Townsend [378]
677 32 11 November 1999 Maidstone, England Andrew Smith, Archie Norman, Jean Lambert, Piers Morgan, Gillian duCharme [379]
678 33 18 November 1999 Durham, England Mo Mowlam, David Willetts, Malcolm Bruce, Jonathan Edwards, Deborah Orr [380]
679 34 25 November 1999 Birmingham, England Clare Short, Edward Heath, Germaine Greer, Steve Jones, Ivan Massow [381]
680 35 2 December 1999 Cardiff, Wales Paul Murphy, Nigel Evans, Helen Mary Jones, Eva Pascoe, David Starkey [382]
681 36 9 December 1999 Manchester, England Roy Hattersley, Julie Kirkbride, Susan Kramer, Phil Redmond, Bruce Anderson [383]
682 37 16 December 1999 Leeds, England Margaret Beckett, Kenneth Clarke, David Steel, Michael Winner, Kristen Lippincott [384]

2000s[edit]

2000[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
683 1 13 January 2000 London, England Alistair Darling, Malcolm Rifkind, Rosie Boycott, Andrew Roberts, Heather Rabbatts [385]
684 2 20 January 2000 Liverpool, England Ian McCartney, Steven Norris, Jackie Ballard, John Sentamu, Melanie Phillips [386]
685 3 27 January 2000 Southampton, England Harriet Harman, Francis Maude, Mark Oaten, Cristina Odone, Simon Fanshawe [387]
686 4 3 February 2000 Brussels, Belgium Robin Cook, Iain Duncan Smith, Shirley Williams, Jacques Santer, Jens-Peter Bonde [388]
687 5 10 February 2000 Birmingham, England David Blunkett, Angela Browning, Nick Harvey, Ann Leslie, Malcolm McLaren [389]
688 6 17 February 2000 London, England Michael Heseltine, Roger Scruton, Glenys Kinnock, Ian Hislop [390]
689 7 24 February 2000 Leeds, England Gerald Kaufman, Andrew Lansley, Peter Ridsdale, Ruth Turner, Edwina Currie [391]
690 8 2 March 2000 [fn 27] London, England Ken Livingstone, Frank Dobson, Susan Kramer, Steven Norris, Tim Rice [392]
691 9 9 March 2000 Nottingham, England Michael Meacher, John Redwood, Alan Beith, Miranda Sawyer, Dawn Airey [393]
692 10 16 March 2000 Truro, England Theresa May, Peter Hitchens, Jo Brand, Nick Brown, Matthew Taylor [394]
693 11 23 March 2000 Maidstone, England Margaret Jay, Tom Strathclyde, Simon Hughes, Brian Sewell, Fabiola Arredondo [395]
694 12 30 March 2000 Belfast, Northern Ireland David Trimble, Andrew MacKay, Gerry Kelly, Mark Durkan, Suzanne Moore [396]
695 13 13 April 2000 Edinburgh, Scotland Dennis Canavan, Henry McLeish, Roseanna Cunningham, Ian Rankin, Clarissa Dickson Wright [397]
696 14 27 April 2000 Newcastle, England Geoff Hoon, Norman Lamont, Liz Lynne, Frederick Lawton, Glen Smyth [398]
697 15 11 May 2000 London, England Charles Falconer, Angela Browning, Charles Kennedy, Brian Souter, Boy George [399]
698 16 18 May 2000 York, England Ann Taylor, Bernard Jenkin, A. A. Gill, Emma Nicholson, Steve Cram [400]
699 17 25 May 2000 Cardiff, Wales Rhodri Morgan, Ann Widdecombe, Dafydd Wigley, Bharti Patel, Boris Johnson [401]
700 18 1 June 2000 Aberdeen, Scotland Alex Salmond, Helen Liddell, Annabel Goldie, Jim Wallace, Mark Pyper [402]
701 19 8 June 2000 Manchester, England Clare Short, Liam Fox, Cristina Odone, Rodney Bickerstaffe, Chris Woodhead [403]
702 20 15 June 2000 Birmingham, England Michael Howard, Nick Brown, Max Hastings, Jackie Ballard, Ann Mallalieu, Emma Inglis [404]
703 21 22 June 2000 Southampton, England Charles Kennedy [405]
704 22 29 June 2000 Leeds, England William Hague [406]
705 23 6 July 2000 Brighton, England Tony Blair [407]
706 24 21 September 2000 Southampton, England Menzies Campbell, Germaine Greer, Clare Short, Andrew Lansley, Vivienne Parry [408]
707 25 28 September 2000 London, England Richard Branson, Piers Morgan, Michael Portillo, Jack Straw, Jenny Tonge [409]
708 26 5 October 2000 Bournemouth, England Michael Ancram, Mary Archer, Malcolm Bruce, Robin Cook, Tamara Ingram [410]
709 27 12 October 2000 Cardiff, Wales Ron Davies, Helen Mary Jones, David Willetts, Allison Pearson, Nigel Havers [411]
710 28 19 October 2000 Oxford, England Kenneth Clarke, Charles Moore, Ann Taylor, Shirley Williams, Robert Winston [412]
711 29 26 October 2000 Glasgow, Scotland Paddy Ashdown, Ruth Wishart, John Reid, Margaret Ewing, David McLetchie [413]
712 30 2 November 2000 Norwich, England Peter Hain, John Redwood, George Monbiot, Matthew Parris, Shaks Ghosh [414]
713 31 9 November 2000 London, England Diane Abbott, Dominic Lawson, Susan Kramer, Francis Maude, Gary Hart [415]
714 32 16 November 2000 Blackburn, England Geoff Hoon, Navnit Dholakia, Loyd Grossman, Theresa May, Rowan Pelling [416]
715 33 23 November 2000 Leeds, England David Blunkett, Nigel Farage, Janet Street-Porter, Tim Yeo, Benjamin Zephaniah [417]
716 34 30 November 2000 Birmingham, England Paul Boateng, Ann Widdecombe, Will Self, Digby Jones, Sandra Gidley [418]
717 35 7 December 2000 Manchester, England Roy Hattersley, John Bercow, Leon Brittan, Andrew Motion, Suzanna Taverne [419]
718 36 14 December 2000 Maidstone, England Harriet Harman, Iain Duncan Smith, Michael Winner, James Rubin, Matthew Taylor [420]

2001[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
719 1 11 January 2001 London, England Margaret Beckett, Julie Kirkbride, Nick Harvey, Trevor Kavanagh, David Puttnam [421]
720 2 18 January 2001 Bristol, England Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Phil de Glanville, Liam Fox, Margaret Jay, Phil Willis [422]
721 3 25 January 2001 Southampton, England Alistair Darling, Rosie Boycott, Tim Rice, Angela Browning, Wayne Hemingway [423]
722 4 1 February 2001 Carlisle, England Tony Benn, John McCririck, Claire Rayner, David Heathcoat-Amory [424]
723 5 8 February 2001 Lincoln, England Charles Clarke, Jackie Ballard, Karan Bilimoria, Andrew Lansley, Andrew Rawnsley [425]
724 6 15 February 2001 Caernarfon, Wales Cheryl Gillan, Ieuan Wyn Jones, Glenys Kinnock, Robert Swan, Lembit Opik [426]
725 7 22 February 2001 Birmingham, England Conrad Black, Robin Cook, Francis Maude, Shirley Williams [427]
726 8 1 March 2001 Stockton-On-Tees, England Nick Brown, Muriel Gray, Raj Persaud, David Starkey, Tim Yeo [428]
727 9 8 March 2001 London, England Clare Short, Michael Portillo, Paddy Ashdown, Ken Livingstone, Ruth Lea [429]
728 10 15 March 2001 Glasgow, Scotland Malcolm Bruce, Roseanna Cunningham, Iain Duncan Smith, Helen Liddell, Tommy Sheridan [430]
729 11 22 March 2001 Exeter, England Michael Ancram, Clarissa Dickson Wright, Helene Hayman, Darcus Howe, Matthew Taylor [431]
730 12 29 March 2001 Leeds, England Menzies Campbell, Michael Gove, Alan Milburn, Anna White, Ann Widdecombe [432]
731 13 4 April 2001 London, England Stephen Byers, Simon Hughes, Roger Scruton, Janet Street-Porter, David Willetts [433]
732 14 26 April 2001 Manchester, England Peter Ainsworth, Martin Bell, Charles Falconer, Simon Heffer, Tanni Grey-Thompson [434]
733 15 3 May 2001 Southampton, England Theresa May, Bill Morris, Mark Oaten, Chris Smith, Petronella Wyatt [435]
734 16 10 May 2001 London, England Margaret Beckett, John Redwood, Jenny Tonge, Polly Toynbee, Chris Woodhead [436]
735 17 15 May 2001 Part 1[fn 28] Swansea, Wales Ieuan Wyn Jones [437]
736 18 16 May 2001 Part 2 [fn 29] Edinburgh, Scotland John Swinney [438]
737 19 17 May 2001 Newcastle, England Charles Kennedy [439]
738 20 23 May 2001 Manchester, England William Hague [440]
739 21 30 May 2001 [fn 30] Milton Keynes, England Tony Blair [441]
740 22 14 June 2001 Nottingham, England Clare Short, David Willetts, Tim Razzall, David Baddiel, Janet Daley [442]
741 23 21 June 2001 Reading, England Boris Johnson, Ken Loach, Zac Goldsmith, Barbara Roche, Prue Leith [443]
742 24 28 June 2001 Norwich, England Patricia Hewitt, Ann Widdecombe, Nick Harvey, Nick Cohen, Joel Edwards [444]
743 25 5 July 2001 [fn 31] London, England Michael Ancram, Kenneth Clarke, David Davis, Iain Duncan Smith, Michael Portillo [445]
744 26 13 September 2001 [fn 32] London, England Paddy Ashdown, Tam Dalyell, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Philip Lader [446]
745 27 20 September 2001 Leeds, England Ishtiaq Ahmed, David Davis, Geoff Hoon, Susan Kramer, Bill Emmott [447]
746 28 27 September 2001 Southampton, England Menzies Campbell, Bonnie Greer, Peter Hain, Bernard Jenkin, George Monbiot [448]
747 29 4 October 2001 London, England John Reid, Michael Ancram, Bianca Jagger, Mark Oaten, Amanda Platell [449]
748 30 11 October 2001 Liverpool, England Rosie Boycott, Tim Collins, Simon Heffer, Gerald Kaufman, Jenny Tonge [450]
749 31 18 October 2001 Cheltenham, England Tony Benn, Max Hastings, Donald Anderson, Caroline Spelman, Irvine Welsh [451]
750 32 25 October 2001 Manchester, England Hilary Benn, Eric Forth, Noreena Hertz, Ann Leslie, Matthew Taylor [452]
751 33 1 November 2001 Glasgow, Scotland Haleh Afshar, Thomas Galbraith, Rebecca Hardy, Henry McLeish, Alex Salmond [453]
752 34 8 November 2001 Leicester, England Navnit Dholakia, Peter Hitchens, Denis MacShane, Claire Rayner, David Willetts [454]
753 35 15 November 2001 Norwich, England Richard Branson, Charles Clarke, Marie Colvin, Theresa May, Piers Morgan [455]
754 36 22 November 2001 London, England Charles Kennedy, Robin Cook, Bob Kiley, Caroline Lucas, Oliver Letwin [456]
755 37 29 November 2001 Belfast, Northern Ireland Germaine Greer, Martin McGuinness, Charles Moore, Bríd Rodgers, David Trimble [457]
756 38 6 December 2001 Bristol, England Diane Abbott, Kenneth Clarke, Ed Davey, Melanie Phillips, Will Self [458]

2002[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
757 1 10 January 2002 London, England Margaret Beckett, Michael Howard, Simon Hughes, Clive Anderson, Tim Martin [459]
758 2 17 January 2002 Cardiff, Wales Rhodri Morgan, Julie Kirkbride, Dafydd Wigley, Lembit Opik, Jane Moore [460]
759 3 24 January 2002 Sunderland, England Hilary Armstrong, John Bercow, Muriel Gray, Sandy Millar, Tom Shakespeare [461]
760 4 31 January 2002 Nottingham, England Camila Batmanghelidjh, Alistair Darling, James Mawdsley, Phil Willis, Ann Winterton [462]
761 5 7 February 2002 Ipswich, England Patsy Calton, Janet Daley, Michael Grade, Stephen Twigg, Tim Yeo [463]
762 6 14 February 2002 Manchester, England Ann Widdecombe, Malcolm Bruce, Gwyneth Dunwoody, Ivan Massow, Carol Sarler [464]
763 7 21 February 2002 [fn 33] Maidstone, England Ian Hislop, Mary Archer, Harriet Harman, Nicholas Soames, William Atkinson [465]
764 8 28 February 2002 Bradford, England Estelle Morris, Eric Pickles, Matthew Parris, Abi Ekoku, Joanne Harris [466]
765 9 7 March 2002 Yeovilton, England Ben Bradshaw, John Edmonds, Julie Kirkbride, Shirley Williams, Antony Worrall Thompson [467]
766 10 14 March 2002 Norwich, England Nick Brown, Harry Enfield, Elizabeth Filkin, Liam Fox, Tariq Ali
767 11 21 March 2002 Harrogate, England Tim Collins, Evan Harris, Patrick Moore, Dawn Primarolo, Mary Ann Sieghart [468]
768 12 28 March 2002 Wolverhampton, England Roy Hattersley, John Redwood, Lauren Booth, Julian Fellowes, Tim Razzall [469]
769 13 18 April 2002 Leeds, England Helen Liddell, Michael Howard, Matthew Taylor, Beverly Malone, Rocco Forte [470]
770 14 25 April 2002 Caernarfon, Wales Peter Ainsworth, Helen Mary Jones, Alun Michael, Sandi Toksvig, Simon Weston [471]
771 15 9 May 2002 Glasgow, Scotland Michael Meacher, Lorraine Kelly, Jacqui Lait, John Swinney, Jim Wallace [472]
772 16 16 May 2002 London, England Peter Hain, Michael Heseltine, Tracey Emin, Melanie Phillips, Richard Rogers, Gurbux Singh [473]
773 17 23 May 2002 Manchester, England Norman Baker, Claire Fox, Damian Green, Loyd Grossman, Clare Short [474]
774 18 30 May 2002 Isle of Wight, England John Fortune, Oona King, Quentin Letts, Steven Norris, Joan Walmsley [475]
775 19 6 June 2002 Blackpool, England Beatrix Campbell, Barry Norman, Peter Ridsdale, Barbara Roche, John Whittingdale [476]
776 20 13 June 2002 Torquay, England Menzies Campbell, Teresa Gorman, Emma Jones, John Maples, Chris Mullin [477]
777 21 20 June 2002 Stoke-on-Trent, England Victor Adebowale, Bruce Anderson, Yvette Cooper, Oliver Letwin, Linda Smith [478]
778 22 27 June 2002 Birmingham, England Iain Duncan Smith [479]
779 23 4 July 2002 London, England John Prescott, Michael Ancram, Alan Beith [480]
780 24 12 September 2002[fn 34] New York, United States Geoff Hoon, Ed Koch, Victoria Toensing, Michael Moore, Sheikh Hamza Yusuf [481]
781 25 19 September 2002 Manchester, England Charles Kennedy [482]
782 26 26 September 2002 London, England Mike O'Brien, Bernard Jenkin, Menzies Campbell, Tariq Ali, Rosemary Hollis [483]
783 27 3 October 2002 Anglican Cathedral, Liverpool John Reid, John Bercow, Susan Kramer, Bob Crow, Patti Boulaye [484]
784 28 10 October 2002 London, England Damian Green, Gus Macdonald, Jackie Stewart, Janet Street-Porter, Joan Walmsley [485]
785 29 17 October 2002 Coventry, England Clive James, Terry Pratchett, Peter Tatchell, Ann Widdecombe, Brian Wilson [486]
786 30 24 October 2002 Glasgow, Scotland Iain Banks, Harriet Harman, Michael Moore, Malcolm Rifkind, Nicola Sturgeon [487]
787 31 31 October 2002 Leeds, England David Davis, Alistair Darling, Jenny Tonge, Minette Marrin, Rodney Bickerstaffe [488]
788 32 7 November 2002 Croydon, England Ben Elton, Dominic Lawson, Mo Mowlam, David Willetts [489]
789 33 14 November 2002 Norwich, England Charles Falconer, Theresa Villiers, Bonnie Greer, Piers Morgan, William Shawcross [490]
790 34 21 November 2002 Cardiff, Wales Tony Benn, Francis Maude, Matthew Taylor, Janet Ryder, Peter Hitchens [491]
791 35 28 November 2002 London, England Andy Gilchrist, Simon Hughes, Peter Mandelson, Theresa May, Melanie Phillips [492]
792 36 5 December 2002 Southampton, England Paul Boateng, Norman Tebbit, Sandi Toksvig, Tony Robinson, Ruth Lea [493]
793 37 12 December 2002 Hereford, England Jackie Ballard, Quentin Letts, Rhodri Morgan, John O'Farrell, Caroline Spelman [494]

2003[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
794 1 9 January 2003 Belfast, Northern Ireland Nigel Dodds, Mitchel McLaughlin, Paul Murphy, Bríd Rodgers, David Trimble [495]
795 2 16 January 2003 London, England Jeremy Clarkson, Patricia Hewitt, Michael Howard, Ken Livingstone [496]
796 3 23 January 2003 Hull, England Kenneth Clarke, Robin Cook, Liz Lynne, Amanda Platell, Benjamin Zephaniah [497]
797 4 30 January 2003 Tamworth, England George Galloway, Bernard Jenkin, Mark Oaten, Ann Leslie [498]
798 5 6 February 2003 Dartmouth, England Billy Bragg, Eric Forth, Estelle Morris, Andrew Pierce, Shirley Williams [499]
799 6 13 February 2003 Caernarfon, Wales Ron Davies, Tim Yeo, Rosie Boycott, Simon Thomas, Simon Heffer [500]
800 7 20 February 2003 Maidstone, England Margaret Hodge, Shailesh Vara, David Baddiel, Vanessa Redgrave, Frederick Forsyth [501]
801 8 27 February 2003 Manchester, England Michael Meacher, Malcolm Bruce, Beatrix Campbell, Tim Collins, Clarissa Dickson-Wright [502]
802 9 6 March 2003 Bedford, England Charles Clarke, Clive Anderson, Alan Duncan, Germaine Greer [503]
803 10 13 March 2003 Edinburgh, Scotland Michael Ancram, Ann Clwyd, Roseanna Cunningham, Simon Hughes, Matthew Parris [504]
804 11 20 March 2003 [fn 35] London, England Peter Hain, William Hague, Shirley Williams, Piers Morgan [505]
805 12 27 March 2003 London, England Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Geoff Hoon, Charles Kennedy, Oliver Letwin [506]
806 13 3 April 2003 Burnley, England Roy Hattersley, Will Self, Mary Ann Sieghart, Michael Moore, Caroline Spelman [507]
807 14 9 April 2003 Southampton, England Mike O'Brien, David Willetts, Jenny Tonge, Digby Jones, Mark Steel [508]
808 15 24 April 2003 [fn 36] Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Geoff Hoon, Michael Howard, Benazir Bhutto, James Rubin, Rami Khouri [509]
809 16 8 May 2003 London, England Liam Fox, Hazel Blears, Caroline Lucas, Rod Eddington, Vanessa Feltz [510]
810 17 15 May 2003 Cardiff, Wales Douglas Alexander, Nigel Evans, Adam Price, Lembit Opik, Sharron Davies [511]
811 18 22 May 2003 Leeds, England Ian McCartney, Theresa May, Menzies Campbell, Polly Toynbee, Nigel Farage [512]
812 19 5 June 2003 Lerwick, Shetland Alex Salmond, Muriel Gray, Oona King, John Redwood, Jim Wallace [513]
813 20 12 June 2003 Newcastle, England Thomas Galbraith, David Steel, Nick Brown, Janet Street-Porter, Andrew Roberts [514]
814 21 19 June 2003 Manchester, England Peter Hain, David Davis, Tom Shakespeare, Anne Atkins, Decca Aitkenhead [515]
815 22 26 June 2003 Nottingham, England Gwyneth Dunwoody, David Mellor, Trevor Phillips, Sandi Toksvig [516]
816 23 3 July 2003 London, England Valerie Amos, Tim Collins, Tim Razzall, Janet Daley, John O'Farrell [517]
817 24 25 September 2003 London, England Patricia Hewitt, Michael Ancram, Menzies Campbell, Michael Grade [518]
818 25 2 October 2003 Southampton, England Peter Hain, Oliver Letwin, Navnit Dholakia, Mandy Telford, Jane Moore [519]
819 26 9 October 2003 Morecambe, England Alistair Darling, Theresa May, Simon Hughes, Helena Kennedy, Max Hastings [520]
820 27 16 October 2003 London, England Clare Short, David Aaronovitch, Boris Johnson, Susan Kramer, Joel Edwards [521]
821 28 23 October 2003 Worcester, England Harriet Harman, Richard Branson, Alan Duncan, Hilary Wainwright, Julian Lloyd Webber [522]
822 29 30 October 2003 Manchester, England Gerald Kaufman, Piers Morgan, Digby Jones, Tim Collins, Sandra Gidley [523]
823 30 6 November 2003 Glasgow, Scotland Denis MacShane, Tom Strathclyde, John Swinney, Rosie Kane, Edwina Currie [524]
824 31 13 November 2003 Omagh, Northern Ireland David Trimble, Martin McGuinness, Mark Durkan, Nigel Dodds [525]
825 32 20 November 2003 Borehamwood, England Hilary Benn, John Bercow, Jenny Tonge, Vanessa Redgrave, Clive James [526]
826 33 27 November 2003 Wolverhampton, England Charles Falconer, Kenneth Clarke, Joan Walmsley, Simon Heffer, Bonnie Greer [527]
827 34 4 December 2003 St Austell, England Margaret Hodge, Liam Fox, Mark Oaten, William Shawcross, Shami Chakrabarti [528]
828 35 11 December 2003 Leeds, England Charles Clarke, David Davis, Susan Greenfield, Henry Blofeld, Barry Norman [529]

2004[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
829 1 8 January 2004 Manchester, England Hazel Blears, David Willetts, Ed Davey, Tony Wilson, P. D. James [530]
830 2 15 January 2004 Slough, England David Miliband, George Osborne, Shirley Williams, David Starkey, Claire Fox [531]
831 3 22 January 2004 Nottingham, England Douglas Alexander, Michael Ancram, Matthew Taylor, Norman Jay, Anne Atkins [532]
832 4 29 January 2004 [fn 37] Milton Keynes, England Menzies Campbell, Margaret Beckett, Ian Hislop, Oliver Letwin, Janet Daley [533]
833 5 5 February 2004 Stoke-on-Trent, England Peter Hain, Tim Yeo, Jenny Tonge, Rod Liddle, Rosemary Hollis [534]
834 6 12 February 2004 Portsmouth, England Roy Hattersley, Ann Widdecombe, Lembit Opik, Toby Young, Shirley Conran [535]
835 7 19 February 2004 Aberystwyth, Wales Ann Clwyd, Laura Anne Jones, Adam Price, Simon Weston, Darcus Howe [536]
836 8 26 February 2004 Norwich, England Ben Bradshaw, Julie Kirkbride, Caroline Lucas, Brian Eno, Peter Hitchens [537]
837 9 4 March 2004 Stockton-on-Tees, England Waheed Alli, Adam Afriyie, Sarah Teather, Melanie Phillips, Wayne Hemingway [538]
838 10 11 March 2004 Gloucester, England Theresa May, Tim Razzall, Beverley Hughes, Bruce Anderson, Alain De Botton [539]
839 11 18 March 2004 London, England Harriet Harman, Malcolm Rifkind, Jeremy Clarkson, Vince Cable, Nick Cohen [540]
840 12 25 March 2004 Shrewsbury, England Tony Benn, John Redwood, John Thurso, Barbara Follett, Ned Temko [541]
841 13 15 April 2004 Leeds, England Chris Bryant, Andrew Lansley, Mark Oaten, Benjamin Zephaniah, Emma Soames [542]
842 14 22 April 2004 Manchester, England Estelle Morris, Andrew Rosindell, David Laws, Amanda Platell, Mick Hucknall [543]
843 15 29 April 2004 London, England Valerie Amos, Norman Tebbit, Simon Thomas, Rhona Cameron, Sheikh Hamza Yusuf [544]
844 16 6 May 2004 Birmingham, England Yvette Cooper, Nicholas Soames, David Steel, John Sentamu, Jane Moore [545]
845 17 13 May 2004 St Andrews, Scotland Alex Salmond, Alistair Darling, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Annabel Goldie, Malcolm Bruce [546]
846 18 20 May 2004 Sheffield, England Patricia Hewitt, Menzies Campbell, Michael Ancram, Jean Lambert, Robert Kilroy-Silk [547]
847 19 27 May 2004 Newbury, England Peter Hain, Julian Fellowes, Janet Street-Porter, Caroline Spelman, Phil Willis [548]
848 20 3 June 2004 Darlington, England Shirley Williams, Liam Fox, Polly Toynbee, Nick Brown, Zac Goldsmith [549]
849 21 17 June 2004 Cardiff, Wales Caroline Flint, Germaine Greer, David Willetts, Dick Morris, Matthew Taylor [550]
850 22 24 June 2004 Norwich, England Robin Cook, John Bercow, Marc Roche, Harry Enfield, Allison Pearson [551]
851 23 1 July 2004 Inverness, Scotland Douglas Alexander, Bernard Jenkin, Andrew Pierce, Roseanna Cunningham, Kaye Adams [552]
852 24 8 July 2004 [fn 38] London, England David Lammy, Boris Johnson, Sarah Teather, Jimmy Carr, Kat Fletcher [553]
25 16 September 2004

(25th Anniversary Special)

Best of Question Time special edition to mark 25 years of the programme [554]
853 26 23 September 2004 Borehamwood, England Peter Hain, Simon Hughes, Tim Collins, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Richard Dreyfuss [555]
854 27 30 September 2004 Brighton, England Geoff Hoon, Liam Fox, Sandra Gidley, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Ruth Lea [556]
855 28 7 October 2004 Poole, England Patricia Hewitt, David Cameron, Jody Dunn, Nigel Farage, Matthew Parris [557]
856 29 14 October 2004 Gateshead, England Harriet Harman, Michael Gove, Lembit Opik, Shami Chakrabarti, Christopher Meyer [558]
857 30 21 October 2004 Oxford, England Caroline Flint, Michael Heseltine, Clement Freud, Peter Tatchell, Melanie Phillips [559]
31 28 October 2004 [fn 39] (US Presidential Election Special) Miami, United States Sidney Blumenthal, David Frum, Richard Littlejohn, Michael Moore, Lida Rodriguez-Taseff [560]
858 32 4 November 2004 London, England Douglas Alexander, Shirley Williams, Caroline Spelman, Ben Elton, Andrew Roberts [561]
859 33 11 November 2004 Glasgow, Scotland Francis Maude, Alex Salmond, Cathy Jamieson, Peter Oborne, Rosie Kane [562]
860 34 18 November 2004 Norwich, England Ben Bradshaw, Tim Yeo, Jenny Tonge, Greg Dyke, Simon Hart [563]
861 35 25 November 2004 Liverpool, England Clare Short, George Osborne, Mark Oaten, James Jones, Linda Smith [564]
862 36 2 December 2004 Manchester, England Hazel Blears, Alan Duncan, Sarah Teather, John Sergeant, Raj Persaud [565]
863 37 9 December 2004 Plymouth, England Ed Balls, Oliver Letwin, Matthew Taylor, Germaine Greer, Robert Kilroy-Silk [566]

2005[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
864 1 6 January 2005 Leeds, England Clare Short, Alan Duncan, Tim Razzall, Barbara Stocking, David Aaronovitch [567]
865 2 13 January 2005 Cambridge, England Charles Falconer, John Redwood, Caroline Lucas, Armando Iannucci, Ann Leslie [568]
866 3 20 January 2005 Manchester, England Valerie Amos, Michael Ancram, Susan Kramer, Billy Bragg, Jeremy Greenstock [569]
867 4 27 January 2005 Croydon, England Ken Livingstone, Kenneth Clarke, Joan Walmsley, John Rentoul, Trevor Kavanagh [570]
868 5 3 February 2005 [fn 40] Derby, England Margaret Beckett, Andrew Lansley, David Laws, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, John Stevens [571]
869 6 10 February 2005 Belfast, Northern Ireland Paul Murphy, Jeffrey Donaldson, Martin McGuinness, David Trimble, Mark Durkan [572]
870 7 17 February 2005 Slough, England Diane Abbott, Nicholas Soames, John Thurso, Johann Hari, Heather Mills McCartney [573]
871 8 24 February 2005 Warrington, England Alun Michael, Theresa May, Norman Baker, Mark Steel, Anne Atkins [574]
872 9 3 March 2005 London, England Charles Clarke, David Davis, Mark Oaten, Shami Chakrabarti [575]
873 10 10 March 2005 [fn 41] Shanghai, China Liu Jianchao, Chris Patten, David Tang, Long Yongtu, Isabel Hilton [576]
874 11 17 March 2005 Cardiff, Wales Rhodri Morgan, Julie Kirkbride, Sandi Toksvig, Simon Thomas, Digby Jones [577]
875 12 31 March 2005 Grimsby, England Margaret Hodge, David Cameron, Lembit Opik, George Galloway, Alice Thomson [578]
876 13 6 April 2005 Stirling, Scotland David Blunkett, Michael Ancram, Jim Wallace, Nicola Sturgeon, Petrina Holdsworth [579]
877 14 14 April 2005 Birmingham, England Ruth Kelly, Liam Fox, Menzies Campbell, David Baddiel, Janet Daley [580]
878 15 21 April 2005 Durham, England Robin Cook, William Hague, Shirley Williams, Jean Lambert [581]
16 28 April 2005 [fn 42] (General Election Special) London, England Tony Blair, Michael Howard, Charles Kennedy [582][97]
879 17 12 May 2005 Leeds, England Lynne Featherstone, Harriet Harman, Boris Johnson, Jo-Anne Nadler, Andrew Rawnsley [583]
880 18 19 May 2005 Edinburgh, Scotland Anne McGuire, Annabel Goldie, Matthew Taylor, Alex Salmond, George Galloway [584]
881 19 26 May 2005 [fn 43] Paris, France Hervé Mariton, Jacques Myard, Denis MacShane, Liam Fox, Caroline Lucas, Eddie Izzard [585]
882 20 9 June 2005 Peterborough, England David Lammy, John Redwood, Jenny Tonge, Jane Fonda, Peter Hitchens [586]
883 21 16 June 2005 Caernarfon, Wales Clare Short, Iain Duncan Smith, Helen Mary Jones, Marc Roche, Rod Liddle [587]
884 22 23 June 2005 Exeter, England Peter Hain, Francis Maude, Susan Kramer, Marie O'Riordan, Michael Winner [588]
885 23 30 June 2005 [fn 38] Manchester, England Tony Benn, Justine Greening, Lembit Opik, June Sarpong, Otis Ferry [589]
886 24 7 July 2005 [fn 44] Johannesburg, South Africa Valerie Amos, Edna Adan Ismail, Bianca Jagger, Moeletsi Mbeki, Morgan Tsvangirai [590]
887 25 22 September 2005 Blackpool, England David Miliband, Theresa May, David Laws, Quentin Letts, Bonnie Greer [591]
888 26 29 September 2005 Brighton, England Patricia Hewitt, Kenneth Clarke, Simon Hughes, Janet Street-Porter, Stephen Green [592]
889 27 6 October 2005 Manchester, England Douglas Alexander, Francis Maude, Jo Swinson, Anne McElvoy, David Starkey [593]
890 28 13 October 2005 Stanley, England Ben Bradshaw, David Cameron, Mark Oaten, Muriel Gray, Ann Leslie [594]
891 29 20 October 2005 Birmingham, England Estelle Morris, Andrew Lansley, Greg Dyke, Matthew Parris, Kate Allen [595]
892 30 27 October 2005 Stratford, England Jacqui Smith, Eric Forth, Nick Clegg, Tanni Grey-Thompson, Edwina Currie [596]
893 31 3 November 2005 [fn 45] Nottingham, England David Cameron, David Davis [597]
894 32 10 November 2005 Carlisle, England Geoff Hoon, Caroline Spelman, Chris Huhne, Rhona Cameron, Toby Young [598]
895 33 17 November 2005 Newbury, England Charles Falconer, David Willetts, Shirley Williams, Alice Miles, Derek Laud [599]
896 34 24 November 2005 Fareham, England Roy Hattersley, Alan Duncan, John Thurso, Lorna Fitzsimons, Jane Moore [600]
897 35 1 December 2005 Glasgow, Scotland Margaret Hodge, Annabel Goldie, Nicola Sturgeon, Tom Shakespeare, A. A. Gill [601]
898 36 8 December 2005 Bristol, England Hilary Benn, George Osborne, Jenny Willott, Piers Morgan, Janet Daley [602]

2006[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
899 1 12 January 2006 Barnes, England Ed Balls, Norman Tebbit, Mark Oaten, Mariella Frostrup, Matthew Parris [603]
900 2 19 January 2006 Skegness, England Chris Bryant, Alan Duncan, Menzies Campbell, Salma Yaqoob, Andrew Green [604]
901 3 26 January 2006 Basingstoke, England Valerie Amos, John Redwood, Simon Hughes, Claire Fox, Zac Goldsmith [605]
902 4 2 February 2006 Aberystwyth, Wales Rhodri Morgan, Chris Huhne, Leanne Wood, Cheryl Gillan, Adam Rickitt [606]
903 5 9 February 2006 [fn 46] Harlow, England Menzies Campbell, Simon Hughes, Chris Huhne [607]
904 6 16 February 2006 Preston, England Peter Hain, Theresa May, Tim Razzall, John Sergeant, Kat Fletcher [608]
905 7 23 February 2006 Milton Keynes, England Alistair Darling, Theresa Villiers, Nigel Farage, Art Malik, Cristina Odone [609]
906 8 2 March 2006 Telford, England Shahid Malik, Jo-Anne Nadler, Will Self, Sarah Teather, Nicholas Winterton [610]
907 9 9 March 2006 Salisbury, England Hazel Blears, Chris Grayling, Jean Lambert, Rod Liddle, Michael Nazir-Ali [611]
908 10 16 March 2006 Gateshead, England Margaret Hodge, David Willetts, Jenny Tonge, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Simon Jenkins [612]
909 11 23 March 2006 Ipswich, England Tony Benn, Boris Johnson, David Laws, Shami Chakrabarti, Digby Jones [613]
910 12 30 March 2006 [fn 47] Moscow, Russia Garry Kasparov, Douglas Alexander, Grigory Karasin, Andrei Illarionov, Natalya Narochnitskaya, Igor Yurgens [614]
911 13 20 April 2006 Cambridge, England Charles Clarke, George Osborne, Vince Cable, Janet Daley [615]
912 14 27 April 2006 Coventry, England Charles Falconer, David Davis, Ed Davey, Carol Thatcher, Steve Richards [616]
913 15 4 May 2006 London, England Margaret Beckett, William Hague, Julia Goldsworthy, Richard Littlejohn [617]
914 16 11 May 2006 London, England Hazel Blears, Michael Heseltine, Menzies Campbell, Piers Morgan [618]
915 17 18 May 2006 Canterbury, England Harriet Harman, Kenneth Clarke, Simon Hughes, Frederick Forsyth, Helena Kennedy [619]
916 18 25 May 2006 Hereford, England Geoff Hoon, Sayeeda Warsi, Nick Clegg, Oona King, Niall Ferguson [620]
917 19 1 June 2006 Stockton-on-Tees, England Diane Abbott, Michael Gove, Alain de Botton, Mary Ann Sieghart, Michael Winner [621]
918 20 8 June 2006 Torquay, England George Galloway, David Lammy, Liam Fox, Max Hastings, Lynne Featherstone [622]
919 21 15 June 2006 Sheffield, England Charles Falconer, Theresa May, Mark Oaten, Shami Chakrabarti, Derek Dougan [623]
920 22 22 June 2006 King's Lynn, England Alan Johnson, Oliver Letwin, Charles Kennedy, Germaine Greer [624]
921 23 29 June 2006 Perth, Scotland Mike O'Brien, Julie Kirkbride, Nicol Stephen, Alex Salmond, Melanie Phillips [625]
922 24 6 July 2006 [fn 38] London, England Sebastian Coe, Julia Goldsworthy, Richard Madeley, David Miliband, Matt Pollard [626]
923 25 21 September 2006 Tonbridge, England Harriet Harman, Ann Widdecombe, Charles Kennedy, Christopher Meyer, Tariq Ali [627]
924 26 28 September 2006 Manchester, England Jack Straw, Kenneth Clarke, Piers Morgan, Jenny Tonge, Lance Price [628]
925 27 5 October 2006 Bournemouth, England Hazel Blears, Shirley Williams, Oliver Letwin, Ian Hislop, Sandra Howard [629]
926 28 12 October 2006 Glasgow, Scotland Vera Baird, Alan Duncan, Nicola Sturgeon, Tommy Sheridan, Clive Anderson [630]
927 29 19 October 2006 Preston, England Hilary Armstrong, Theresa May, Chris Huhne, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Salma Yaqoob [631]
928 30 26 October 2006 Exeter, England Ben Bradshaw, Michael Ancram, Paddy Ashdown, Pauline Neville-Jones, Janet Street-Porter [632]
929 31 2 November 2006 London, England Charles Clarke, Michael Heseltine, Peter Hitchens, Amanda Platell, Menzies Campbell [633]
930 32 9 November 2006 Burton upon Trent, England Geoff Hoon, Malcolm Rifkind, Rageh Omaar, Catherine Meyer, Jan Berry [634]
931 33 16 November 2006 Cheltenham, England Boris Johnson, Tony McNulty, Jane Bonham Carter, Shappi Khorsandi, Robert Kilroy-Silk [635]
932 34 23 November 2006 Hartlepool, England Denis MacShane, Sayeeda Warsi, Sarah Teather, Esther Rantzen, Polly Toynbee [636]
933 35 30 November 2006 Belfast, Northern Ireland Peter Hain, David Trimble, Martin McGuinness, Mark Durkan, Jeffrey Donaldson [637]
934 36 7 December 2006 London, England Ruth Kelly, David Davis, Martin Amis, Mariella Frostrup, Jeff Randall [638]

2007[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
935 1 11 January 2007 Dartford, England Charles Falconer, George Osborne, Charles Kennedy, Clare Short, Kelvin MacKenzie [639]
936 2 18 January 2007 Northampton, England Jacqui Smith, David Davis, Nick Clegg, Shami Chakrabarti, Edwina Currie [640]
937 3 25 January 2007 High Wycombe, England Geoff Hoon, Nicholas Soames, Matthew Parris, Deborah Bull, Anne Atkins [641]
938 4 1 February 2007 Doncaster, England Harriet Harman, Andrew Lansley, Mark Oaten, Tristram Hunt, Sarfraz Manzoor [642]
939 5 8 February 2007 Birmingham, England David Miliband, Kenneth Clarke, Simon Hughes, Salma Yaqoob, Frederick Forsyth [643]
940 6 15 February 2007 London, England Roy Hattersley, Norman Tebbit, Julia Goldsworthy, Richard Littlejohn, Janine di Giovanni [644]
941 7 22 February 2007 Edinburgh, Scotland George Foulkes, Nicol Stephen, Alex Salmond, Annabel Goldie, Hardeep Singh Kohli [645]
942 8 1 March 2007 Colchester, England Peter Hain, Francis Maude, Menzies Campbell, Beverley Knight, Cristina Odone [646]
943 9 8 March 2007 Newcastle, England Margaret Hodge, Alan Duncan, Piers Morgan, Sian Berry, Colin Byrne [647]
944 10 15 March 2007 Newport, Wales Mike O'Brien, Priti Patel, Lembit Opik, Clare Short, Peter Hitchens [648]
945 11 22 March 2007 [fn 48] London, England Tony Benn, Benazir Bhutto, John R. Bolton, Des Browne, Liam Fox, Charles Kennedy [649]
946 12 29 March 2007 Bath, England Hazel Blears, Sayeeda Warsi, George Carey, Yvonne Thompson, Nigel Farage [650]
947 13 19 April 2007 Liverpool, England Ed Miliband, Iain Duncan Smith, Jenny Tonge, Jan Ravens, Bruce Anderson [651]
948 14 26 April 2007 Oxford, England Caroline Flint, Douglas Hurd, David Laws, Adam Price, Douglas Murray [652]
949 15 3 May 2007 London, England Tim Collins, William Hague, Patricia Hewitt, Charles Kennedy, Oona King [653]
950 16 10 May 2007 [fn 49] London, England Peter Mandelson, Menzies Campbell, Kenneth Clarke, Jane Moore [654]
951 17 17 May 2007 Norwich, England Douglas Alexander, Theresa May, Chris Huhne, Jeff Randall, Clemency Burton-Hill [655]
952 18 24 May 2007 Basingstoke, England Alan Johnson, Michael Heseltine, Bob Crow, Martha Lane Fox, Allison Pearson [656]
953 19 31 May 2007 Stratford-upon-Avon, England Roy Hattersley, Caroline Spelman, Sarah Teather, Simon Schama, Greg Dyke [657]
954 20 7 June 2007 Truro, England Tony Benn, Francis Maude, Julia Goldsworthy, Boris Berezovsky, Melanie Phillips [658]
955 21 14 June 2007 [fn 50] London, England Peter Hain, Harriet Harman, Alan Johnson, Hazel Blears, Hilary Benn, John Cruddas [659]
956 22 21 June 2007 Aldershot, England Tony McNulty, Boris Johnson, Shirley Williams, Peter Hitchens, Christopher Hitchens [660]
957 23 28 June 2007 Croydon, England Yvette Cooper, Michael Howard, Menzies Campbell, Piers Morgan [661]
958 24 5 July 2007 [fn 38] London, England Charlie Bell, Davina McCall, Ed Miliband, Douglas Murray, Sayeeda Warsi [662]
959 25 20 September 2007 Brighton, England Geoff Hoon, John Redwood, Paddy Ashdown, Janet Street-Porter, Christiane Amanpour [663]
960 26 27 September 2007 Poole, England John Denham, Ed Vaizey, Nick Clegg, Simon Schama, Amanda Platell [664]
961 27 4 October 2007 London, England Ruth Kelly, George Osborne, Menzies Campbell, Ian Hislop [665]
962 28 11 October 2007 [fn 51] Cheltenham, England Harriet Harman, Caroline Spelman, Simon Hughes, Kelvin MacKenzie, Chuka Umunna [666]
963 29 18 October 2007 Bradford, England Peter Hain, David Davis, Charles Kennedy, Melanie Phillips, Rosie Millard [667]
964 30 25 October 2007 Oxford, England Charles Falconer, Francis Maude, George Galloway, Maria Misra, Fraser Nelson [668]
965 31 1 November 2007 Swansea, Wales David Lammy, Damian Green, Leanne Wood, Brian Paddick, Edwina Currie [669]
966 32 8 November 2007 London, England Tony McNulty, Michael Heseltine, Vince Cable, Ahdaf Soueif, Douglas Murray [670]
967 33 15 November 2007 [fn 52] Buxton, England Chris Huhne, Nick Clegg [671]
968 34 22 November 2007 Glasgow, Scotland Wendy Alexander, Nicola Sturgeon, Annabel Goldie, David Steel, David Aaronovitch [672]
969 35 29 November 2007 York, England Caroline Flint, Alan Duncan, Sarah Teather, Nigel Farage, Paul Myners [673]
970 36 6 December 2007 Cambridge, England Catherine Ashton, Kenneth Clarke, James Rubin, Allison Pearson, Simon Sebag Montefiore [674]
971 37 13 December 2007 London, England Hazel Blears, Chris Patten, Charles Kennedy, Piers Morgan, Kirstie Allsopp [675]

2008[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
972 1 17 January 2008 Coventry, England Jacqui Smith, Liam Fox, Chris Huhne, Kevin Maguire, Louise Bagshawe [676]
973 2 24 January 2008 Salisbury, England Geoffrey Robinson, Oliver Letwin, David Laws, Alex James, Sarah Sands [677]
974 3 31 January 2008 London, England Shaun Woodward, Kenneth Clarke, Amanda Platell, John Sessions, Bonnie Greer [678]
975 4 7 February 2008 Liverpool, England Andy Burnham, Chris Grayling, Julia Goldsworthy, Shami Chakrabarti, Duncan Bannatyne [679]
976 5 14 February 2008 Watford, England Caroline Flint, Sayeeda Warsi, Stephen Lowe, Clive James, Melanie Phillips [680]
977 6 21 February 2008 Newcastle, England Ruth Kelly, Alan Duncan, Vince Cable, Fraser Nelson, Derek Simpson [681]
978 7 28 February 2008 Stirling, Scotland Annabel Goldie, Nicola Sturgeon, Nicol Stephen, Cathy Jamieson, George Galloway [682]
979 8 6 March 2008 Manchester, England Ed Miliband, David Davis, Shirley Williams, Nigel Farage, Marcus Brigstocke [683]
980 9 13 March 2008 London, England John Denham, Nicola Horlick, Charles Kennedy, George Osborne, Alex Salmond [684]
981 10 3 April 2008 Birmingham, England Douglas Alexander, Theresa May, Sarah Teather, Clare Short, Rod Liddle [685]
982 11 17 April 2008 Bristol, England Harriet Harman, Caroline Spelman, Lembit Opik, Tony Parsons, Simon Heffer [686]
983 12 24 April 2008 [fn 53] London, England Boris Johnson, Ken Livingstone, Brian Paddick [687]
984 13 1 May 2008 London, England William Hague, Paddy Ashdown, Richard Littlejohn, Des Browne, Polly Toynbee [688]
985 14 8 May 2008 Dorking, England James Purnell, Michael Heseltine, Menzies Campbell, Piers Morgan, Rachel Johnson [689]
986 15 15 May 2008 Cardiff, Wales Alan Johnson, Alan Duncan, Helen Mary Jones, Lauren Booth, Simon Woodroffe [690]
987 16 22 May 2008 Chester, England Hazel Blears, Francis Maude, Simon Hughes, Cristina Odone, Tony Hall [691]
988 17 29 May 2008 Lincoln, England Geoff Hoon, Eric Pickles, Caroline Lucas, Dan Snow, Ruth Lea [692]
989 18 5 June 2008 Wolverhampton, England Peter Hitchens, David Miliband, Vince Cable, Douglas Hurd, Shami Chakrabarti [693]
990 19 12 June 2008 London, England Michael Gove, Shirley Williams, Tony McNulty, June Sarpong, George Pascoe-Watson [694]
991 20 19 June 2008 Portsmouth, England David Davis, Jo Swinson, Nigel Farage, Jerry Springer, Hilary Benn [695]
992 21 26 June 2008 Bexhill-on-Sea, England Yvette Cooper, Pauline Neville-Jones, Chris Huhne, Grayson Perry, Ann Leslie [696]
993 22 3 July 2008 Musselburgh, Scotland David Cairns, Andrew Lansley, Nicola Sturgeon, Emma Nicholson, David Mitchell [697]
994 23 10 July 2008 [fn 38] London, England Iain Duncan Smith, Douglas Alexander, Julia Goldsworthy, Saira Khan, Michael Heaver [698]
995 24 18 September 2008 Bournemouth, England Harriet Harman, Alan Duncan, Lynne Featherstone, Ian Hislop, Simon Wolfson [699]
996 25 25 September 2008 Manchester, England Hazel Blears, Theresa May, Vince Cable, Derek Simpson, Fraser Nelson [700]
997 26 2 October 2008 Birmingham, England Jacqui Smith, Michael Heseltine, Charles Kennedy, Richard Lambert, Janet Street-Porter [701]
998 27 9 October 2008 London, England Kenneth Clarke, John Denham, Chris Huhne, Michael Nazir-Ali, Ruth Lea [702]
999 28 16 October 2008 Stoke-on-Trent, England Geoff Hoon, Dominic Grieve, Julia Goldsworthy, Clare Short, James Caan [703]
1000[98] 29 23 October 2008[fn 54][fn 55] Peterborough, England Jo Swinson, Roy Hattersley, Sayeeda Warsi, Alex Salmond, Lionel Barber [704]
30 30 October 2008 [fn 56] (US Presidential Election Special) Washington, D.C., United States Elizabeth Edwards, Christopher Nixon Cox, Clarence Page, Simon Schama, Cheri Jacobus [705]
1001 31 6 November 2008 London, England Jack Straw, Bonnie Greer, Nigel Farage, Brian Eno, Pauline Neville-Jones [706]
1002 32 13 November 2008 Dover, England Margaret Beckett, Shirley Williams, Jeremy Hunt, Brian Moore, Simon Heffer [707]
1003 33 20 November 2008 Glasgow, Scotland Tavish Scott, Philip Hammond, Nicola Sturgeon, Jim Murphy, Melanie Phillips [708]
1004 34 27 November 2008 Basildon, England Douglas Alexander, George Osborne, Julia Neuberger, Justin King, Adam Price [709]
1005 35 4 December 2008 Newry, Northern Ireland Mark Durkan, Arlene Foster, Alan Johnson, Andrew Lansley, Ken Maginnis, Conor Murphy [710]
1006 36 11 December 2008 Birkenhead, England Nadine Dorries, Jim Knight, Lembit Öpik, Will Self, Esther Rantzen [711]

2009[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1007 1 15 January 2009 Leeds, England Chris Grayling, Stephen Pollard, Jenny Tonge, Willie Walsh, Shaun Woodward [712]
1008 2 22 January 2009 Crawley, England Caroline Flint, Liam Fox, David Laws, Christopher Meyer, Janet Daley [713]
1009 3 29 January 2009 Fort William, Scotland Michael Gove, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Nicola Sturgeon, Jo Swinson, Charles Falconer [714]
1010 4 5 February 2009 Dunstable, England Shami Chakrabarti, Nigel Farage, Theresa May, Will Young, Geoff Hoon [715]
1011 5 12 February 2009 Bath, England Liam Byrne, Monty Don, Justine Greening, Salma Yaqoob, Kelvin MacKenzie [716]
1012 6 19 February 2009 Peckham, England Tony McNulty, Michael Heseltine, Piers Morgan, Sarah Teather, Timothy Campbell [717]
1013 7 26 February 2009 Merthyr Tydfil, Wales Cheryl Gillan, Peter Hain, Elfyn Llwyd, Kirsty Williams, George Pascoe-Watson [718]
1014 8 5 March 2009 Dudley, England Douglas Alexander, Andrew Mitchell, Shirley Williams, Toby Young, Germaine Greer [719]
1015 9 12 March 2009 Toxteth, England Alan Johnson, Susan Kramer, David Mitchell, Charles Moore, Sayeeda Warsi [720][99]
1016 10 19 March 2009 Canary Wharf, England Fern Britton, Vince Cable, Kenneth Clarke, Tessa Jowell, Douglas Murray [721]
1017 11 26 March 2009[fn 57][100][101] Newcastle, England Charles Clarke, Ed Davey, Caroline Lucas, Eric Pickles, Michael Winner [722]
1018 12 23 April 2009 Ealing, England Vince Cable, John Denham, Philip Hammond, Ruth Lea, David Starkey [723]
1019 13 30 April 2009 Great Yarmouth, England Norman Baker, Hilary Benn, Andrew Lansley, Frank Skinner, Leanne Wood [724][102]
1020 14 7 May 2009 Dunfermline, Scotland Bruce Anderson, Nadine Dorries, Iain Gray, David Steel, Nicola Sturgeon [725]
1021 15 14 May 2009 Grimsby, England Margaret Beckett, Benedict Brogan, Menzies Campbell, Steve Easterbrook, Theresa May [726]
1022 16 21 May 2009 [fn 58] Salisbury, England Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Marta Andreasen, Martin Bell, Ben Bradshaw, Vince Cable, William Hague [727]
1023 17 28 May 2009 London, England Nigel Farage, Caroline Flint, Pierre-Yves Gerbeau, Jo Swinson, Daniel Hannan, Caroline Lucas [728]
1024 18 4 June 2009 Croydon, England Paddy Ashdown, Liam Fox, Max Hastings, Fiona Phillips, Jan Royall [729]
1025 19 11 June 2009 [fn 59] Birmingham, England Peter Hain, Chris Huhne, Ruth Lea, Derek Simpson, Caroline Spelman [730]
1026 20 18 June 2009 Sunderland, England Charles Falconer, Kenneth Clarke, Ed Davey, Esther Rantzen, Polly Toynbee [731]
1027 21 25 June 2009 [fn 60] Newquay, England Julia Goldsworthy, Pauline Neville-Jones, Jim Knight, Kelvin MacKenzie, Leanne Wood [732]
1028 22 2 July 2009 Cambridge, England Harriet Harman, Iain Duncan Smith, David Laws, Peter Hitchens, Jarvis Cocker [733]
1029 23 9 July 2009 [fn 38] Salford, England Andy Burnham, Jeremy Hunt, Sarah Teather, Shami Chakrabarti, Suzanne Burlton [734]
1030 24 16 July 2009 Colchester, England Chris Bryant, Margot James, Trisha Goddard, Lionel Barber, Lembit Opik [735]
1031 25 23 July 2009 Norwich, England Geoff Hoon, Shirley Williams, Sayeeda Warsi, Clive James, George Galloway [736]
1032 26 24 September 2009 Bournemouth, England Harriet Harman, David Laws, Michael Heseltine, Digby Jones, Fraser Nelson [737]
1033 27 1 October 2009 Brighton, England Ben Bradshaw, Theresa May, Charles Kennedy, Dambisa Moyo, David Starkey [738]
1034 28 8 October 2009 Manchester, England Yvette Cooper, George Osborne, Sarah Teather, Stuart Rose, Ian Hislop [739]
1035 29 15 October 2009 Hull, England Alan Johnson, Damian Green, Norman Baker, Nigel Farage, Joan Bakewell [740]
1036 30 22 October 2009 [fn 61] London, England Bonnie Greer, Jack Straw, Nick Griffin, Chris Huhne, Sayeeda Warsi [741]
1037 31 29 October 2009 Llandudno, Wales Jacqui Smith, Cheryl Gillan, Lembit Opik, Elfyn Llwyd, John Sergeant [742]
1038 32 5 November 2009 Reading, England Peter Hain, Nick Herbert, Ian Blair, Robert Kilroy-Silk, Natalie Haynes [743]
1039 33 12 November 2009 [fn 62] Weston-super-Mare, England Shaun Woodward, Pauline Neville-Jones, Julia Goldsworthy, Will Self, James Cracknell Presenter: John Humphrys [103]
1040 34 19 November 2009 Leicester, England Phil Woolas, Chris Grayling, Menzies Campbell, Nick Ferrari, Clare Short [744]
1041 35 26 November 2009 Edinburgh, Scotland Charles Falconer, David Davis, Nicola Sturgeon, Melanie Phillips, Marcus Brigstocke [745]
1042 36 3 December 2009 London, England Margaret Beckett, Andrew Lansley, Vince Cable, Kirstie Allsopp, Clive Anderson [746]
1043 37 10 December 2009 Wootton Bassett, England Richard Dannatt, Bill Rammell, William Hague, Paddy Ashdown, Piers Morgan, Salma Yaqoob [747]

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1044 1 14 January 2010 Finchley, England Peter Hain, Kenneth Clarke, Chris Huhne, Shappi Khorsandi, Kelvin MacKenzie
1045 2 21 January 2010 Milton Keynes, England Liam Byrne, Caroline Spelman, Sarah Teather, Andrew Roberts, Richard Madeley
1046 3 28 January 2010 Basildon, England Ben Bradshaw, Nigel Lawson, Jenny Tonge, Jane Moore, Douglas Murray
1047 4 4 February 2010 Coventry, England Charles Falconer, Theresa May, Clare Short, George Galloway, Melanie Phillips
1048 5 11 February 2010 Belfast, Northern Ireland Shaun Woodward, Sammy Wilson, Gerry Kelly, David Trimble, Jim Allister, Margaret Ritchie
1049 6 18 February 2010 Middlesbrough, England Roy Hattersley, Rory Stewart, Lynne Featherstone, Ruth Lea, Tom Conti
1050 7 25 February 2010 Cardiff, Wales Peter Hain, Liam Fox, Elfyn Llwyd, Nigel Farage, Janet Street-Porter
1051 8 4 March 2010[fn 63][104] Canary Wharf, England Andrew Adonis, Boris Johnson, Shirley Williams, Carol Vorderman, Will Self
1052 9 11 March 2010[fn 64] Dewsbury, England Caroline Flint, Justine Greening, Jo Swinson, Monty Don, Kelvin MacKenzie
1053 10 18 March 2010 Wythenshawe, England David Starkey, Margaret Beckett, Andrew Lansley, Charles Kennedy, Caroline Lucas
1054 11 25 March 2010 Glasgow, Scotland Martin Sorrell, Liam Byrne, Alex Salmond, Sayeeda Warsi, Julia Goldsworthy
1055 12 1 April 2010 Stevenage, England Alan Johnson, Kenneth Clarke, Sarah Teather, Richard Littlejohn, Victoria Coren
1056 13 7 April 2010[fn 65] Woking, England David Miliband, Theresa May, Menzies Campbell, Simon Schama, Janet Daley
1057 14 15 April 2010[fn 66] London, England Ed Miliband, Michael Gove, David Laws, Nigel Farage, Shami Chakrabarti, John Sergeant
1058 15 22 April 2010[fn 67] Greenwich, England William Hague, Yvette Cooper, Menzies Campbell, Elfyn Llwyd, Ann Leslie
1059 16 29 April 2010[fn 68] Birmingham, England Ed Balls, Liam Fox, Vince Cable, Janet Street-Porter, Alex Salmond
1060 17 13 May 2010[fn 69] London, England Michael Heseltine, Charles Falconer, Simon Hughes, Melanie Phillips, Mehdi Hasan
1061 18 20 May 2010 Richmond Park, England Theresa May, Menzies Campbell, Caroline Flint, Shami Chakrabarti, Douglas Murray
1062 19 27 May 2010 Gravesend, England John Redwood, Susan Kramer, Alastair Campbell,[fn 70] Piers Morgan, Max Hastings
1063 20 3 June 2010 Brecon, Wales David Willetts, Diane Abbott, Leanne Wood, Matthew Parris, Kelvin MacKenzie
1064 21 10 June 2010 Plymouth, England Jeremy Hunt, Ben Bradshaw, Salma Yaqoob, Katie Hopkins, Toby Young
1065 22 17 June 2010 Witney, England Chris Huhne, Peter Hain, Jeffrey Donaldson, Amanda Platell, Helena Kennedy
1066 23 24 June 2010 Canary Wharf, England Vince Cable, Ed Balls, Caroline Lucas, Brent Hoberman, Peter Hitchens
1067 24 1 July 2010 Ipswich, England Iain Duncan Smith, Alan Johnson, Simon Heffer, Mary Beard, Camila Batmanghelidjh
1068 25 8 July 2010 Edinburgh, Scotland Michael Forsyth, Michael Moore, Douglas Alexander, Nicola Sturgeon, Ed Byrne
1069 26 15 July 2010 Bexhill-on-Sea, England Francis Maude, Andy Burnham, George Galloway, Sally Bercow, Nick Ferrari
1070 27 22 July 2010 Hartlepool, England Nigel Farage, Damian Green, Ruth Lea, Bob Crow, Sadiq Khan
1071 28 16 September 2010[fn 71] London, England David Miliband, Ed Miliband, Ed Balls, Andy Burnham, Diane Abbott
1072 29 23 September 2010 Liverpool, England Vince Cable, John Redwood, Caroline Flint, Ian Hislop, Mehdi Hasan
1073 30 30 September 2010 Manchester, England Grant Shapps,[fn 72] Simon Hughes, Diane Abbott, David Starkey, Brian Cox
1074 31 7 October 2010 Birmingham, England Sayeeda Warsi, Charles Clarke, Susan Kramer, Max Mosley, Rageh Omaar
1075 32 14 October 2010 Cheltenham, England Max Hastings, Tessa Jowell, Maria Misra, David Willetts, Phil Willis
1076 33 21 October 2010 Middlesbrough, England Richard Dannatt, John Denham, Philip Hammond, Caroline Lucas, George Pascoe-Watson, Polly Toynbee
1077 34 28 October 2010 Glasgow, Scotland Chris Bryant, Ed Davey, Hugh Hendry, Simon Schama, Nicola Sturgeon
1078 35 4 November 2010 Sheffield, England Jeremy Browne, Shami Chakrabarti, David Davis, Jon Gaunt, Jack Straw
1079 36 11 November 2010 London, England Sherard Cowper-Coles, Caroline Flint, Clive James, Theresa May, Douglas Murray
1080 37 18 November 2010 Swansea, Wales Lionel Barber, Nerys Evans, Chris Grayling, Carwyn Jones, Kelvin MacKenzie, Kirsty Williams
1081 38 25 November 2010 Maidstone, England Paddy Ashdown, Kenneth Clarke, Gloria De Piero, Nigel Farage, Kate Mosse
1082 39 2 December 2010 Coventry, England Danny Alexander, Nadine Dorries, Ken Livingstone, Christopher Meyer, John Sergeant
1083 40 9 December 2010 London, England Janet Daley, Liam Fox, Sadiq Khan, Norman Lamb, Aaron Porter

2011[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1084 1 13 January 2011 London, England Michael Gove, Charles Kennedy, Diane Abbott, Jeanette Winterson, James Caan
1085 2 20 January 2011 Burnley, England Caroline Spelman, Simon Hughes, Alastair Campbell, George Galloway, Clarke Carlisle
1086 3 27 January 2011 Cambridge, England Chris Huhne, Chuka Umunna, Edwina Currie, Will Self, Katie Hopkins
1087 4 3 February 2011 Workington, England Andy Burnham, Damian Green, Clare Short, Melanie Phillips, Noreena Hertz
1088 5 10 February 2011 Bristol, England Francis Maude, Menzies Campbell, Jacqui Smith, Mehdi Hasan, Douglas Murray
1089 6 17 February 2011 Barking, England Vince Cable, Yvette Cooper, Michael Heseltine, Nigel Farage, Victoria Barnsley
1090 7 24 February 2011 Newport, Wales Cheryl Gillan, Peter Hain, Shirley Williams, Elfyn Llwyd, Janet Street-Porter, Fraser Nelson
1091 8 3 March 2011 Derby, England Iain Duncan Smith, Margaret Beckett, Mark Malloch Brown, David Starkey, Liam Halligan
1092 9 10 March 2011 Edinburgh, Scotland Michael Moore, Douglas Alexander, Annabel Goldie, Nicola Sturgeon, Patrick Harvie, Nick Ferrari
1093 10 17 March 2011 Eastbourne, England Sayeeda Warsi, Simon Hughes, Chris Bryant, Caroline Lucas, Kelvin MacKenzie
1094 11 24 March 2011 London, England Danny Alexander, Ken Livingstone, Rory Stewart, Niall Ferguson, Bianca Jagger
1095 12 31 March 2011 Newham, England Boris Johnson, Sarah Teather, Diane Abbott, Clive Anderson, Mark Serwotka
1096 13 7 April 2011 Oxford, England Jeremy Hunt, Caroline Flint, Jo Swinson, Robert Winston, Simon Callow
1097 14 14 April 2011 Liverpool, England Chris Huhne, Michael Howard, Peter Hain, Alex Salmond, Cristina Odone
1098 15 5 May 2011 London, England Philip Hammond, Andy Burnham, Paddy Ashdown, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Douglas Murray, Armando Iannucci
1099 16 12 May 2011 Sheffield, England Vince Cable, David Blunkett, Anna Soubry, James O'Brien, Max Mosley
1100 17 19 May 2011[fn 73] Wormwood Scrubs, England[105] Kenneth Clarke, Jack Straw, Shami Chakrabarti, Melanie Phillips
1101 18 26 May 2011[106] Exeter, England Jeremy Browne, Hilary Benn, Louise Bagshawe, Charlotte Harris, Christopher Meyer
1102 19 2 June 2011 Wrexham, Wales Stephen Dorrell, Alan Johnson, Elfyn Llwyd, Simon Jenkins, Julia Hartley-Brewer
1103 20 9 June 2011 Norwich, England Andrew Mitchell, Charles Clarke, Jo Swinson, Germaine Greer, Peter Hitchens
1104 21 16 June 2011 Aberdeen, Scotland Michael Moore, Alex Salmond, Michael Forsyth, Margaret Curran, Tom Hunter
1105 22 23 June 2011 Huddersfield, England Norman Baker, John Redwood, Rachel Reeves, Fern Britton, David Mitchell
1106 23 30 June 2011[106] Birmingham, England Philip Hammond, John Denham, Polly Toynbee, Richard Lambert, Christine Blower
1107 24 7 July 2011[106] Basingstoke, England Chris Grayling, Douglas Alexander, Shirley Williams, Hugh Grant, Jon Gaunt.
1108 25 11 August 2011[fn 74] London, England David Davis, John Prescott, Brian Paddick, Fraser Nelson, Camila Batmanghelidjh, John Sentamu
1109 26 8 September 2011 London, England Liam Fox, David Miliband, Richard Perle, Tariq Ali, Bonnie Greer, Christina Schmid
1110 27 15 September 2011 Derry, Northern Ireland Owen Paterson, Diane Abbott, Nigel Dodds, Martina Anderson, Nicola Horlick
1111 28 22 September 2011 Birmingham, England Vince Cable, Harriet Harman, Priti Patel, Ian Hislop, Justine Roberts
1112 29 29 September 2011 Liverpool, England Grant Shapps, Tim Farron, Caroline Flint, Janet Street-Porter, Peter Oborne
1113 30 6 October 2011 Salford, England Sayeeda Warsi, Andy Burnham, Charles Kennedy, Jane Moore, Billy Bragg
1114 31 13 October 2011 London, England Andrew Lansley, Ken Livingstone, Sarah Sands, Phil Hammond, Mark Littlewood
1115 32 20 October 2011 Glasgow, Scotland Alistair Carmichael, Margaret Curran, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Brian Cox, Mike Russell
1116 33 27 October 2011 Winchester, England Iain Duncan Smith, Gloria De Piero, Nigel Farage, Jo Swinson, Julian Fellowes
1117 34 3 November 2011 Palace of Westminster, England Theresa May, Ed Balls, Shirley Williams, Peter Hitchens, Benjamin Zephaniah
1118 35 10 November 2011 Newcastle upon Tyne, England Michael Moore, Rachel Reeves, Nadine Dorries, Colin Blakemore, Stephen Pollard
1119 36 17 November 2011 Aberystwyth, Wales Grant Shapps, Chris Bryant, Elin Jones, Will Hutton, Simon Jenkins
1120 37 24 November 2011 Bath, England Chris Huhne, Liz Kendall, Daniel Hannan, Justin King, Jimmy Wales
1121 38 1 December 2011 Dagenham, England Kenneth Clarke, Chuka Umunna, Deborah Meaden, David Frum, Mary Bousted
1122 39 8 December 2011 Stoke-on-Trent, England Tristram Hunt, Claire Perry, Constance Briscoe, Simon Wolfson, Mehdi Hasan

2012[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1123 1 12 January 2012 Tower Hamlets, England Justine Greening, Douglas Alexander, Paddy Ashdown, Nicola Sturgeon, Kelvin MacKenzie
1124 2 19 January 2012 Shrewsbury, England Sayeeda Warsi, Stephen Twigg, Caroline Lucas, Germaine Greer, Charles Moore
1125 3 26 January 2012 Plymouth, England Jeremy Browne, David Lammy, Elizabeth Truss, Mark Steel, Melanie Phillips
1126 4 2 February 2012 Southport, England Alan Duncan, Sadiq Khan, Digby Jones, Phil Redmond, Emma Boon
1127 5 9 February 2012 London, England Philip Hammond, Shirley Williams, Alistair Campbell, Steve Coogan, Ann Leslie
1128 6 16 February 2012 Nottingham, England Kenneth Clarke, John Prescott, Susan Kramer, Julie Meyer, Owen Jones
1129 7 23 February 2012 Tunbridge Wells, England Ed Vaizey, Emily Thornberry, Paul Nuttall, Cristina Odone, Simon Schama
1130 8 1 March 2012 Dewsbury, England John Redwood, Rachel Reeves, Jo Swinson, David Starkey, Clarke Carlisle
1131 9 8 March 2012 Guildford, England Eric Pickles, Caroline Flint, Will Young, Janice Atkinson-Small, Will Self
1132 10 15 March 2012 [107] St Andrews, Scotland Willie Rennie,[fn 75] Ruth Davidson, Frank Field, Humza Yousaf, Janet Street-Porter
1133 11 22 March 2012 [108] Grimsby, England Vince Cable, Chuka Umunna, David Davis, Melissa Kite, Marina Lewycka
1134 12 29 March 2012 Portsmouth, England Sarah Teather, Douglas Alexander, Anna Soubry, Simon Jenkins, Alexei Sayle
1135 13 19 April 2012 Leeds, England Sayeeda Warsi, Yvette Cooper, Tim Farron, George Galloway, David Aaronovitch
1136 14 26 April 2012 [109][fn 76] Romford, England Chris Grayling, Diane Abbott, Simon Hughes, Nigel Farage, Polly Toynbee
1137 15 3 May 2012 Central London, England Iain Duncan Smith, Harriet Harman, Menzies Campbell, Theo Paphitis, Mark Serwotka
1138 16 10 May 2012 Oldham, England Caroline Spelman, Chris Bryant, Matthew Oakeshott, Mary Beard, Peter Oborne
1139 17 17 May 2012 Cardiff, Wales Maria Miller, Peter Hain, Leanne Wood, Kelvin MacKenzie, John O'Farrell [fn 77]
1140 18 24 May 2012 King's Lynn, England David Willetts, John Prescott, Caroline Lucas, Griff Rhys Jones, Minette Marrin
1141 19 31 May 2012 Rugby, England Alan Duncan, Stella Creasy, Mark Oaten, Fraser Nelson, Victoria Coren
1142 20 7 June 2012 Inverness, Scotland Charles Kennedy, Johann Lamont, Michael Forsyth, Alex Neil, Melanie Phillips, Alan Cumming
1143 21 14 June 2012 Stockton-on-Tees, England Grant Shapps, Emily Thornberry, Tim Farron, Peter Hitchens, Greg Dyke
1144 22 21 June 2012 West Bromwich, England Kenneth Clarke, Andy Burnham, Len McCluskey, Ruth Lea, Julie White
1145 23 28 June 2012 Luton, England Justine Greening, Tessa Jowell, Paddy Ashdown, Tony Robinson, Terry Smith
1146 24 5 July 2012 Derby, England Ed Davey, Alan Johnson, Louise Mensch, Dominic Lawson, John Lydon
1147 25 27 September 2012 Brighton, England Danny Alexander, Harriet Harman, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Kirstie Allsopp, Steve Coogan
1148 26 4 October 2012 Manchester, England Kenneth Clarke, Douglas Alexander, Susan Kramer, Willie Walsh, Janet Street-Porter
1149 27 11 October 2012 Birmingham, England Grant Shapps, Caroline Flint, Simon Hughes, Cristina Odone, Benjamin Zephaniah
1150 28 18 October 2012 Glasgow, Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, Ruth Davidson, Margaret Curran, Alan Cochrane, Mark Serwotka
1151 29 25 October 2012 Slough, England Vince Cable, Emily Thornberry, Claire Perry, Paul Nuttall, Mehdi Hasan
1152 30 1 November 2012 London, England David Miliband, Kwasi Kwarteng, Shami Chakrabarti, Jerry Springer, Colleen Graffy
1153 31 8 November 2012 Bexhill-on-Sea, England Damian Green, Chuka Umunna, Shirley Williams, David Blanchflower, Jane Moore
1154 32 15 November 2012 Corby, England Chris Grayling, Harriet Harman, Nigel Farage, Tessa Munt, Moray MacLennan
1155 33 22 November 2012 Westminster Hall, England Iain Duncan Smith, Yvette Cooper, Charles Kennedy, Deborah Meaden, Owen Jones
1156 34 29 November 2012 Swansea, Wales Patrick McLoughlin, Chris Bryant, Simon Jenkins, Neil Wallis, Charlotte Church
1157 35 6 December 2012 Liverpool, England Francis Maude, Andy Burnham, Tim Farron, Lionel Barber, Leanne Wood
1158 36 13 December 2012 Bristol, England Justine Greening, Stella Creasy, Karan Bilimoria, Will Self, Peter Hitchens

2013[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1159 1 10 January 2013 London, England Ed Davey, John Prescott, Nadine Dorries, John Bird, Camilla Cavendish
1160 2 17 January 2013 Lincoln, England Nigel Farage, Mary Beard, Grant Shapps, Caroline Flint, Roland Rudd
1161 3 24 January 2013 Weymouth, England Anna Soubry, Ben Bradshaw, Menzies Campbell, Ian Hislop, Angela Epstein
1162 4 31 January 2013 Lancaster, England Sayeeda Warsi, Alan Johnson, Dom Joly, Zoe Williams, James Delingpole
1163 5 7 February 2013 Stirling, Scotland Michael Moore, Humza Yousaf, Charles Falconer, Mary Macleod, Brian Souter
1164 6 14 February 2013 Leicester, England Maria Miller, Mary Creagh, Susan Kramer, George Galloway, Fraser Nelson
1165 7 21 February 2013 St Paul's Cathedral, London, England Vince Cable, Diane Abbott, Michael Heseltine, Peter Hitchens, Giles Fraser
1166 8 28 February 2013 Eastleigh, England Jeremy Browne, Angela Eagle, Claire Perry, Neil Hamilton, Ken Loach
1167 9 7 March 2013 Dover, England Kenneth Clarke, Stephen Twigg, Melanie Phillips, Bob Crow, Diane James
1168 10 14 March 2013 Cardiff, Wales Francis Maude, Chuka Umunna, Kirsty Williams, Leanne Wood, Theo Paphitis
1169 11 21 March 2013 York, England Michael Gove, Emily Thornberry, Natalie Bennett, Mark Littlewood, Anthony Horowitz
1170 12 11 April 2013 Finchley, England Kenneth Clarke, David Blunkett, Menzies Campbell, Polly Toynbee, Charles Moore
1171 13 18 April 2013 Aldershot, England Michael Howard, Caroline Flint, Sarah Teather, Amanda Platell, Griff Rhys Jones
1172 14 25 April 2013 Worcester, England Sajid Javid, Luciana Berger, Simon Hughes, Natalie Bennett, Nigel Farage
1173 15 2 May 2013 Dartford, England Justine Greening, Harriet Harman, David Starkey, Shirley Williams, Victoria Coren
1174 16 9 May 2013 Coventry, England David Davis, Tristram Hunt, Jo Swinson, Germaine Greer, Jerry Hayes
1175 17 16 May 2013 Ipswich, England Philip Hammond, Chris Bryant, Charles Kennedy, Gillian Tett, Peter Bazalgette
1176 18 23 May 2013 Belfast, Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers, Vernon Coaker, Ian Paisley, Jr., John O'Dowd, Peter Tatchell, Maajid Nawaz
1177 19 30 May 2013 London, England Anna Soubry, Alan Johnson, Diane James, Julian Fellowes, Mehdi Hasan
1178 20 6 June 2013 Blackburn, England Margot James, Douglas Alexander, Matthew Oakeshott, Salma Yaqoob, A. N. Wilson
1179 21 13 June 2013[110] Edinburgh, Scotland Ruth Davidson, Anas Sarwar, George Galloway, Angus Robertson, Lesley Riddoch, Nigel Farage
1180 22 20 June 2013 London, England Boris Johnson, Ed Davey, Tessa Jowell, Melanie Phillips, Russell Brand
1181 23 27 June 2013 Newcastle upon Tyne, England David Willetts, Liz Kendall, Simon Hughes, Mark Steel, Jill Kirby
1182 24 4 July 2013 Basildon, England Danny Alexander, Sarah Wollaston, Margaret Hodge, Tony Robinson, Douglas Murray
1183 25 12 September 2013 London, England Justine Greening, Chuka Umunna, Caroline Lucas, David Aaronovitch, Colleen Graffy
1184 26 19 September 2013 Rochdale, England Kenneth Clarke, Harriet Harman, Shirley Williams, Laurie Penny, Antony Worrall Thompson
1185 27 26 September 2013 Uxbridge, England Michael Gove, Douglas Alexander, Patrick O'Flynn, Will Self, Louise Cooper
1186 28 3 October 2013 Birmingham, England Grant Shapps, Yvette Cooper, Kirsty Williams, Mehdi Hasan, Quentin Letts
1187 29 10 October 2013 Cambridge, England Jo Swinson, Diane Abbott, Adam Afriyie, Sarah Churchwell, Matthew Parris
1188 30 17 October 2013 Basingstoke, England Mark Harper, Tristram Hunt, Diane James, Peter Oborne, Bonnie Greer
1189 31 24 October 2013 Liverpool, England Elizabeth Truss, Caroline Flint, Tim Farron, Owen Jones, Peter Hitchens
1190 32 31 October 2013[fn 78][111] St Austell, England Matthew Hancock, Chris Bryant, Jeremy Browne, Harriet Sergeant, Paris Lees
1191 33 7 November 2013 Boston, England Vicky Pryce, Nigel Farage, Emily Thornberry, Anna Soubry, Benjamin Zephaniah
1192 34 14 November 2013[fn 79] Portsmouth, England[112] Ed Davey, Stella Creasy, Nigel Lawson, Paul Kenny, Nikki King
1193 35 21 November 2013[fn 80] Salford, England Olly Grender, Sadiq Khan, Jeremy Hunt
1194 36 28 November 2013 Falkirk, Scotland Margaret Curran, Eddi Reader, Alistair Carmichael, Nicola Sturgeon, Annabel Goldie, Patrick Harvie
1195 37 5 December 2013[fn 81] London, England Danny Alexander, Rachel Reeves, David Davis, Mary Beard, Nick Ferrari
1196 38 12 December 2013[fn 82][113] Johannesburg, South Africa Peter Hain, Pik Botha, Lindiwe Zulu, Lindiwe Mazibuko, Eusebius McKaiser, Andile Mngxitama [113]

2014[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1197 1 9 January 2014 Lewisham, England Norman Baker, Chuka Umunna, Nadine Dorries, Paul Nuttall, Susie Boniface
1198 2 16 January 2014 Durham, England Grant Shapps, Mary Creagh, Tim Farron, John Sentamu, Julia Hartley-Brewer
1199 3 23 January 2014 Dundee, Scotland[114] John Swinney, Ruth Davidson, Jim Sillars, Kezia Dugdale[fn 83]
1200 4 30 January 2014 Norwich, England Kenneth Clarke, Emily Thornberry, Matthew Oakeshott,[fn 84] Kate Smurthwaite, Mark Littlewood
1201 5 6 February 2014 Gillingham, England Matthew Hancock, Tessa Jowell, David Starkey, George Galloway, Alison Wolf
1202 6 13 February 2014 Scunthorpe, England Damian Green, Chris Bryant, Janice Atkinson, Robert Winston, Cristina Odone
1203 7 20 February 2014 Swindon, England Philip Hammond, Liz Kendall, Charles Kennedy, Jeanette Winterson, Roger Scruton
1204 8 27 February 2014 Newport, Wales Anna Soubry, Rushanara Ali, Elfyn Llwyd, Jay Rayner, Melanie Phillips
1205 9 6 March 2014[fn 85][115] Barking, England Michael Heseltine, Simon Hughes, Rachel Reeves, David Aaronovitch, Amanda Platell, Aleksander Nekrassov[fn 86]
1206 10 13 March 2014 Nottingham, England Douglas Alexander, Nick Hewer, Susan Kramer, Nadhim Zahawi, Isabel Oakeshott
1207 11 20 March 2014 Warrington, England Danny Alexander, Andy Burnham, Dominic Raab, Jill Kirby, Val McDermid
1208 12 27 March 2014 Brighton, England Justine Greening, Diane Abbott, Roger Helmer, Mick Hucknall, Simon Wolfson
1209 13 3 April 2014 Bristol, England Vince Cable, Peter Hain, Kwasi Kwarteng, Camilla Cavendish, Julie Bindel
1210 14 10 April 2014 Hammersmith, England Sajid Javid, Harriet Harman, Kirsty Williams, Billy Bragg, Martin Sorrell
1211 15 1 May 2014 Leeds, England Yvette Cooper, Tim Farron, Suzanne Evans, Conor Burns, Simon Jenkins
1212 16 8 May 2014 Southampton, England Grant Shapps, Chuka Umunna, Shirley Williams, Nigel Farage, Caroline Lucas
1213 17 15 May 2014 Coventry, England Caroline Flint, Paddy Ashdown, Esther McVey, Humza Yousaf, Tim Stanley
1214 18 22 May 2014 Radlett, England Chris Grayling, Tristram Hunt, Jeremy Browne, Neil Hamilton, Jack Monroe, Kirstie Allsopp
1215 19 29 May 2014 Heathrow Airport, England[116] David Willetts, Margaret Curran, Louise Bours, Piers Morgan, Joey Barton
1216 20 5 June 2014 Llandudno, Wales David Jones, Liz Kendall, Hywel Williams, Isabel Hardman, Nev Wilshire
1217 21 12 June 2014 King's Lynn, England Iain Duncan Smith, Chris Bryant, Tessa Munt, Ian Hislop, Salma Yaqoob
1218 22 26 June 2014 Wolverhampton, England Anna Soubry, John Prescott, Paul Nuttall, Maajid Nawaz, Neil Wallis
1219 23 3 July 2014 Croydon, England Alan Johnson, Jo Swinson, Bernard Jenkin, Peter Hitchens, Christine Blower
1220 24 10 July 2014 Inverness, Scotland[117] Ricky Ross, Scott Hastings, Joan Burnie, Alan Savage[fn 87]
1221 25 25 September 2014 Kelso, Scotland Rory Stewart, Emily Thornberry, John Swinney, Lesley Riddoch, Janet Street-Porter
1222 26 2 October 2014 Northampton, England Grant Shapps, Stella Creasy, Julian Huppert, Susie Boniface, Charlie Mullins[fn 88]
1223 27 9 October 2014 Clacton-on-Sea, England Eric Pickles, Harriet Harman, Patrick O'Flynn, Malcolm Bruce, Jeanette Winterson
1224 28 16 October 2014 Newbury, England Jeremy Hunt, Angela Eagle, Menzies Campbell, Isabel Oakeshott, Giles Fraser
1225 29 23 October 2014 Liverpool, England Alex Salmond, Caroline Flint, Mark Harper, Louise Bours, Len McCluskey
1226 30 30 October 2014 Taunton, England Owen Paterson, Tristram Hunt, Susan Kramer, Caroline Lucas, Anthony Horowitz
1227 31 6 November 2014 Middlesbrough, England Charles Kennedy, Douglas Alexander, Brandon Lewis, Melanie Phillips, Matt Forde
1228 32 13 November 2014 Cardiff, Wales Stephen Crabb, Carwyn Jones, Leanne Wood, Kirsty Williams, Rod Liddle
1229 33 20 November 2014 Birmingham, England Kenneth Clarke, Andy Burnham, Douglas Carswell, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Dia Chakravarty
1230 34 27 November 2014 Romford, England Michael Gove, Chuka Umunna, Jo Brand, Amanda Platell, Norman Baker
1231 35 4 December 2014 Doncaster, England Sajid Javid, Yvette Cooper, Shirley Williams, Omid Djalili, Jill Kirby
1232 36 11 December 2014[fn 89][118] Canterbury, England Penny Mordaunt, Mary Creagh, Nigel Farage, Camilla Cavendish, Russell Brand

2015[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1233 1 8 January 2015 Watford, England Vince Cable, Liz Kendall, David Davis, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Jimmy Wales
1234 2 15 January 2015 Lincoln, England Anna Soubry, Douglas Alexander, Sal Brinton, Mehdi Hasan, David Starkey
1235 3 22 January 2015 Eastleigh, England Esther McVey, Diane Abbott, Paul Nuttall, Tim Farron, Amol Rajan
1236 4 29 January 2015 Wrexham, Wales Sajid Javid, Peter Hain, Rhun ap Iorwerth, Kate Maltby, Germaine Greer
1237 5 5 February 2015[fn 90][119][120] Finchley, England Nicky Morgan, Tristram Hunt, George Galloway, Cristina Odone, Jonathan Freedland
1238 6 12 February 2015 Norwich, England Ed Davey, Chris Bryant, Sarah Wollaston, Suzanne Evans, Armando Iannucci
1239 7 19 February 2015 Stockton-on-Tees, England Michael Heseltine, Nicola Sturgeon, Caroline Flint, Norman Lamb, Duncan Bannatyne
1240 8 26 February 2015 Telford, England Grant Shapps, Rachel Reeves, Mark Reckless, Tessa Munt, Camilla Long
1241 9 5 March 2015 Glasgow, Scotland Danny Alexander, Humza Yousaf, Kezia Dugdale, Ruth Davidson, Toby Young, Val McDermid
1242 10 12 March 2015 Leeds, England Anna Soubry, Lucy Powell, Charles Kennedy, Natalie Bennett, Ian Hislop
1243 11 19 March 2015 Croydon, England Sajid Javid, Chuka Umunna, Shirley Williams, Dia Chakravarty, Will Self
1244 12 26 March 2015[fn 91] Bolton, England Nicky Morgan, Jim Murphy, Steven Woolfe, Leanne Wood, Janet Street-Porter
1245 13 2 April 2015 Salford, England Michael Gove, Andy Burnham, Danny Alexander, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Peter Hitchens
1246 14 9 April 2015 Bristol, England Elizabeth Truss, Douglas Alexander, Vince Cable, Caroline Lucas, Tim Stanley
1247 15 16 April 2015 London, England Grant Shapps, Yvette Cooper, Angus Robertson, Jo Swinson, Douglas Carswell, Piers Morgan
1248 16 23 April 2015 West Bromwich, England William Hague, Harriet Harman, John Swinney, Paul Nuttall, Natalie Bennett
17 30 April 2015[fn 92] (General Election Special) Leeds, England David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg
18 8 May 2015[fn 93] (General Election Special) London, England Francis Maude, Alastair Campbell, John Swinney, Paddy Ashdown, Julia Hartley-Brewer
1249 19 14 May 2015 Uxbridge, England Jeremy Hunt, Tristram Hunt, Nigel Farage, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Brian May
1250 20 21 May 2015 Derby, England Nicky Morgan, Stella Creasy, Tim Farron, Owen Jones, Hilary Devey
1251 21 28 May 2015 Aberdeen, Scotland John Nicolson, Ruth Davidson, Charles Falconer, Lesley Riddoch, Alex Massie
1252 22 4 June 2015 Plymouth, England Justine Greening, Mary Creagh, Norman Lamb, Susie Boniface, Jill Kirby
1253 23 11 June 2015 Gateshead, England Matthew Hancock, Chris Bryant, Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Douglas Carswell, Cristina Odone
1254 24 18 June 2015 High Wycombe, England Alex Salmond, David Davis, Caroline Flint, Lionel Barber, Melanie Phillips
1255 25 25 June 2015 Southampton, England Amber Rudd, Andy Burnham, Suzanne Evans, Fraser Nelson, Giles Fraser[fn 94]
1256 26 2 July 2015 Grays, England Jeremy Hunt, Jeremy Corbyn, Anne McElvoy, Shappi Khorsandi, Douglas Murray
1257 27 9 July 2015 Sheffield, England Anna Soubry, Chuka Umunna, Tommy Sheppard, Louise Bours, Rachel Johnson
1258 28 17 September 2015[fn 95][121] Wembley, England Elizabeth Truss, John McDonnell, Alex Salmond, Tim Stanley, Sandi Toksvig
1259 29 24 September 2015 Cambridge, England Kenneth Clarke, Chris Bryant, Yanis Varoufakis, Suzanne Evans, Julia Hartley-Brewer
1260 30 1 October 2015 Cardiff, Wales Stephen Crabb, Stephen Kinnock, Leanne Wood, Charles Moore, Charlotte Church
1261 31 8 October 2015 Leicester, England Priti Patel, Lisa Nandy, Tim Farron, Stewart Hosie, Melanie Phillips
1262 32 15 October 2015[fn 96][122] Dover, England Amber Rudd, Louise Haigh, Roger Helmer, Rod Liddle, Simon Schama
1263 33 22 October 2015 Grimsby, England Nadhim Zahawi, Alan Johnson, Nigel Farage, Michelle Dewberry, Germaine Greer
1264 34 29 October 2015 Edinburgh, Scotland Annabel Goldie, Keith Brown, Kezia Dugdale, Merryn Somerset Webb, Billy Bragg
1265 35 5 November 2015 Tottenham, England Justine Greening, Chuka Umunna, Jenny Jones, Peter Hitchens, Victoria Coren Mitchell
1266 36 12 November 2015 Stoke-on-Trent, England Sajid Javid, Lucy Powell, Paul Nuttall, Stig Abell, Paris Lees
1267 37 19 November 2015[fn 97] London, England Anna Soubry, Andy Burnham, Natalie Nougayrède, Sir Max Hastings, Mehdi Hasan, Evgeny Lebedev
1268 38 26 November 2015 Wythenshawe, England Matthew Hancock, Ken Livingstone, Kate Andrews, Matt Forde, Pete Wishart
1269 39 3 December 2015 Birmingham, England Nicky Morgan, Diane Abbott, Caroline Lucas, Jill Kirby, Maajid Nawaz
1270 40 10 December 2015 Bath, England Greg Clark, Caroline Flint, Vince Cable, Quentin Letts, Mary Beard
1271 41 17 December 2015 Slough, England Jacob Rees-Mogg, Mark Reckless, Emily Thornberry, Hannah Bardell, Piers Morgan

2016[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1272 1 14 January 2016 London, England Nick Boles, Cat Smith, Patrick O'Flynn, Camilla Long, Kelvin MacKenzie
1273 2 21 January 2016 Belfast, Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers, Peter Hain, Nigel Dodds, Declan Kearney, Gráinne Maguire
1274 3 28 January 2016[fn 98][123] Stamford, England Patrick McLoughlin, Jess Phillips, Angus Robertson, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Moray MacLennan
1275 4 4 February 2016[fn 99][124] Bradford, England Amber Rudd, Shabana Mahmood, Paul Nuttall, Sal Brinton, Isabel Oakeshott
1276 5 11 February 2016 Llanelli, Wales Stephen Crabb, Carwyn Jones, Nigel Farage, Leanne Wood, Romesh Ranganathan
1277 6 18 February 2016 Stratford-upon-Avon, England Justine Greening, Lisa Nandy, John Nicolson, June Sarpong, Theo Paphitis
1278 7 25 February 2016 Poole, England Elizabeth Truss, Diane Abbott, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Giles Fraser, Julian Fellowes
1279 8 3 March 2016 Liverpool, England Dominic Raab, John McDonnell, Louise Bours, Zoe Williams, Jermaine Jenas
1280 9 10 March 2016 Dundee, Scotland Ruth Davidson, John Swinney, Jenny Marra, Willie Rennie, Patrick Harvie, Tim Stanley
1281 10 17 March 2016 Chelmsford, England Nicky Morgan, Emily Thornberry, Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Roger Helmer, Mark Littlewood
1282 11 7 April 2016 Ilford, England Anna Soubry, Chris Bryant, Douglas Carswell, Ruth Lea, Irvine Welsh
1283 12 14 April 2016 Doncaster, England Daniel Hannan, Owen Smith, Angus Robertson, Jenny Jones, Dia Chakravarty
1284 13 21 April 2016 Exeter, England Liam Fox, Paddy Ashdown, Kate Hoey, Leanne Wood, Tim Martin
1285 14 28 April 2016 Hull, England Greg Clark, Andy Burnham, Alex Salmond, Jill Kirby, Paul Marshall
1286 15 5 May 2016 Manchester, England Nigel Lawson, Lisa Nandy, Michael O'Leary, Isabel Oakeshott, Benjamin Zephaniah
1287 16 12 May 2016 Aberdeen, Scotland David Mundell, Humza Yousaf, Kezia Dugdale, Jim Sillars, Merryn Somerset Webb
1288 17 19 May 2016 Walsall, England Amber Rudd, Yvette Cooper, Tim Farron, Paul Nuttall, Paul Mason
1289 18 26 May 2016 Ipswich, England Ed Miliband, David Davis, Caroline Lucas, Steve Hilton, Dreda Say Mitchell
1290 19 2 June 2016 Cardiff, Wales Elizabeth Truss, Frank Field, Neil Hamilton, Liz Saville Roberts, Owen Jones
1291 20 9 June 2016 Folkestone, England Chris Grayling, Hilary Benn, Nigel Farage, Allison Pearson, Eddie Izzard
1292 21 15 June 2016[fn 100] Nottingham, England Michael Gove
1293 22 19 June 2016[fn 101] Milton Keynes, England David Cameron
1294 23 26 June 2016[fn 102] Birmingham, England Dominic Raab, Paul Nuttall, Giles Fraser, Anna Soubry, Alex Salmond, Diane Abbott
1295 24 30 June 2016 Preston, England Sam Gyimah, Emily Thornberry, Douglas Carswell, Melanie Phillips, Russell Kane
1296 25 7 July 2016 Brighton, England Charles Falconer, Tom Tugendhat, Sal Brinton, George Galloway, Ian Hislop
1297 26 8 September 2016[fn 103] Oldham, England Jeremy Corbyn, Owen Smith
1298 27 15 September 2016 Salisbury, England Anna Soubry, John McDonnell, Joanna Cherry, Quentin Letts, Alastair Campbell
1299 28 22 September 2016 Sutton Coldfield, England Jacob Rees-Mogg, Liz Kendall, Caroline Lucas, Norman Lamb, Julia Hartley-Brewer
1300 29 29 September 2016 Boston, England Priti Patel, Richard Burgon, Steven Woolfe, Bonnie Greer, Rod Liddle[fn 104]
1301 30 6 October 2016 Neath, Wales Alun Cairns, Chuka Umunna, Leanne Wood, Neil Hamilton, Andy Parsons
1302 31 13 October 2016 Hendon, England Damian Green, Emily Thornberry, Alex Salmond, Isabel Oakeshott, Amol Rajan
1303 32 20 October 2016 Hartlepool, England Kenneth Clarke, Angela Rayner, Lisa Duffy, Yanis Varoufakis, Conrad Black
1304 33 27 October 2016 Gloucester, England Greg Clark, Keir Starmer, Sal Brinton, Dia Chakravarty, Ken Loach
1305 34 3 November 2016 Watford, England Sajid Javid, Lisa Nandy, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Charlie Wolf, Huey Morgan[fn 105]
1306 35 10 November 2016[fn 106] Southend-on-Sea, England Dominic Raab, Yvette Cooper, Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Jan Halper-Hayes, Sarah Churchwell
1307 36 17 November 2016 Stirling, Scotland Kwasi Kwarteng, Chris Bryant, John Nicolson, Merryn Somerset Webb, Cat Boyd
1308 37 24 November 2016 South London, England David Gauke, Chris Leslie, Tim Farron, Mariana Mazzucato, John Timpson[fn 107]
1309 38 1 December 2016 Wakefield, England Ruth Davidson, Alan Johnson, Tim Stanley, Laurie Penny, Richard Tice
1310 39 8 December 2016 Maidenhead, England Sarah Wollaston, Richard Burgon, Nigel Farage, Will Self, Louise Mensch

2017[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1311 1 12 January 2017 Solihull, England David Lidington, Gisela Stuart, Paul Mason, Monica Grady, Arron Banks
1312 2 19 January 2017 Peterborough, England Chris Grayling, Emily Thornberry, Alistair Carmichael, Piers Morgan, Lionel Shriver
1313 3 26 January 2017 London, England Diane Abbott, James Cleverly, Angus Robertson, Susie Boniface, Geoff Norcott
1314 4 2 February 2017 Wallasey, England Patrick McLoughlin, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Maajid Nawaz, Nick Hewer, Laura Perrins
1315 5 9 February 2017 Torquay, England Claire Perry, Owen Smith, Peter Whittle, Billy Bragg, Ann Widdecombe
1316 6 16 February 2017 Glasgow, Scotland David Mundell, Shami Chakrabarti, John Swinney, Val McDermid, Mark Littlewood
1317 7 23 February 2017 Stoke-on-Trent, England Justine Greening, Angela Rayner, Douglas Carswell, Peter Coates, Isabel Oakeshott
1318 8 2 March 2017 Bedford, England Elizabeth Truss, Dawn Butler, Menzies Campbell, Peter Hitchens, Jamie MacColl
1319 9 9 March 2017 Sunderland, England Karen Bradley, Kezia Dugdale, Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Polly Toynbee, Fraser Nelson[fn 108]
1320 10 16 March 2017 Bognor Regis, England Jacob Rees-Mogg, Angela Eagle, Joanna Cherry, Matthew Parris, Tim Martin
1321 11 23 March 2017 Bangor, Wales Brandon Lewis, Nia Griffith, Leanne Wood, Giles Fraser, Hugo Rifkind
1322 12 27 March 2017[fn 109] Birmingham, England David Davis, Keir Starmer, Nick Clegg, Suzanne Evans, Melanie Phillips, Alex Salmond
1323 13 30 March 2017 Carlisle, England Ruth Davidson, Lisa Nandy, Paul Nuttall, Len McCluskey, Kate Andrews
1324 14 6 April 2017 Gillingham, England Suella Fernandes, Diane Abbott, Tim Farron, Jonathan Bartley, Gerard Coyne, Michelle Dewberry
1325 15 27 April 2017 Oxford, England Damian Green, Clive Lewis, Jo Swinson, Stephen Gethins, Camilla Cavendish
1326 16 4 May 2017 Wigan, England David Davis, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Paul Nuttall, Leanne Wood, Juergen Maier
1327 17 11 May 2017 Edinburgh, Scotland Ben Wallace, Joanna Cherry, Emily Thornberry, Merryn Somerset Webb, David Hayman
1328 18 18 May 2017 Norwich, England Priti Patel, Angela Rayner, Vince Cable, Jonathan Bartley, Charles Moore
1329 19 25 May 2017[fn 110][125] Salford, England Amber Rudd, Andy Burnham, Colin Parry, Sara Khan, Nazir Afzal
1330 20 1 June 2017 East Barnet, England David Davis, Barry Gardiner, Nick Clegg, Suzanne Evans, Angus Robertson
21 2 June 2017[fn 111] York, England Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn Leaders' General Election Special
22 5 June 2017[fn 112][126] Edinburgh, Scotland Tim Farron, Nicola Sturgeon Leaders' General Election Special
23 9 June 2017[fn 113] London, England Chris Grayling, Shami Chakrabarti, Isabel Oakeshott, Armando Iannucci, Alastair Campbell Post General Election Special
1331 24 15 June 2017 Coventry, England Tobias Ellwood, Emily Thornberry, Norman Lamb, Laura Perrins, Rob Delaney
1332 25 22 June 2017[fn 114][127] Plymouth, England David Lidington, Jon Ashworth, Ian Blackford, Peter Oborne, Gina Miller
1333 26 29 June 2017 Hastings, England Liam Fox, Stella Creasy, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Kerry-Anne Mendoza, Nick Ferrari
1334 27 6 July 2017 Burton upon Trent, England Jacob Rees-Mogg, Richard Burgon, Caroline Lucas, Susie Boniface, Craig Oliver
1335 28 14 September 2017 Stratford, England David Gauke, Dawn Butler, Kirsty Blackman, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Will Self
1336 29 21 September 2017 Bridgwater, England Vince Cable, Kwasi Kwarteng, Jess Phillips, Dia Chakravarty, Paul Mason
1337 30 28 September 2017 Wolverhampton, England Karen Bradley, Ian Lavery, Peter Hitchens, Richard Tice, Ayesha Hazarika
1338 31 5 October 2017 Stockport, England Damian Green, Angela Rayner, Michelle Dewberry, Sarah Churchwell, Fraser Nelson
1339 32 12 October 2017 Belfast, Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers, Owen Smith, Simon Hamilton, John O'Dowd, Jonathan Lynn
1340 33 19 October 2017 Dunstable, England Chris Grayling, Lisa Nandy, Sal Brinton, Simon Wolfson, Richard Coles
1341 34 26 October 2017 Portsmouth, England Jacob Rees-Mogg, Shami Chakrabarti, Alex Salmond, Camilla Tominey, Germaine Greer
1342 35 2 November 2017 Kilmarnock, Scotland Daniel Hannan, Jeane Freeman, Kezia Dugdale, Anne McElvoy, Owen Jones
1343 36 9 November 2017 Croydon, England Justine Greening, Stella Creasy, Kirstie Allsopp, Aditya Chakrabortty, Charles Moore
1344 37 16 November 2017 Newcastle, England Emily Thornberry, Nadhim Zahawi, Tim Farron, Rod Liddle, Val McDermid
1345 38 23 November 2017[fn 115][128] Colchester, England Greg Clark, Diane Abbott, Bernard Hogan-Howe, Dreda Say Mitchell, Stuart Rose
1346 39 30 November 2017 Scarborough, England Chuka Umunna, Sam Gyimah, Henry Bolton, Sarah Baxter, Yanis Varoufakis
1347 40 7 December 2017 Swansea, Wales Bernard Jenkin, Owen Smith, Liz Saville Roberts, Kate Andrews, Richard Bacon
1348 41 14 December 2017 Barnsley, England Nicky Morgan, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Robert Winston, Isabel Oakeshott, Geoff Norcott

2018[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location Panellists Notes
1349 1 11 January 2018 Islington, England Dominic Raab, Dawn Butler, Gina Miller, Nish Kumar, Piers Morgan
1350 2 18 January 2018 Hereford, England Margot James, Andy Burnham, Howard Davies, Munira Mirza, Dustin Lance Black
1351 3 25 January 2018 Dumfries, Scotland Michael Forsyth, Chris Williamson, Fiona Hyslop, Maggie Chapman, Peter Oborne
1352 4 1 February 2018 Grantham, England Justine Greening, John Mann, Jo Swinson, Miatta Fahnbulleh, Tim Stanley
1353 5 8 February 2018 Darlington, England Claire Perry, Emily Thornberry, Richard Tice, Rachel Sylvester, Terry Christian
1354 6 15 February 2018 Yeovil, England Theresa Villiers, David Lammy, Richard Walker, Faiza Shaheen, Camilla Cavendish
1355 7 22 February 2018 Uttoxeter, England Brandon Lewis, John Prescott, Camilla Tominey, Ash Sarkar, Juergen Maier
1356 8 1 March 2018 Blackpool, England Kenneth Clarke, Owen Smith, Nigel Farage, Michelle Dewberry, Radzi Chinyanganya
1357 9 8 March 2018 Westminster, England Liam Fox, Laura Pidcock, Roma Agrawal, George the Poet, Prue Leith
1358 10 15 March 2018 Dover, England Chris Grayling, Keir Starmer, Mairead McGuinness, Afshin Rattansi, Brian Cox
1359 11 22 March 2018 Leeds, England James Cleverly, Shami Chakrabarti, Stewart McDonald, Paris Lees, Peter Hitchens
1360 12 12 April 2018 Liverpool, England Jo Johnson, Barry Gardiner, Jonathan Freedland, Kate Andrews, Nicola Horlick
1361 13 19 April 2018 Chesterfield, England Elizabeth Truss, Emily Thornberry, Vince Cable, Nesrine Malik, Iain Dale
1362 14 26 April 2018 Bury St Edmunds, England Matthew Hancock, Diane Abbott, Caroline Lucas, Jen Robinson, Simon Evans
1363 15 3 May 2018 St Albans, England David Lidington, Chi Onwurah, Matt Forde, Camilla Tominey, Martin Lewis
1364 16 10 May 2018 Kettering, England Esther McVey, Chuka Umunna, Alejandro Agag, Chloe Westley, Akala
1365 17 17 May 2018 Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, England Dominic Raab, Diane Abbott, Bernard Hogan-Howe, Camilla Cavendish, Aditya Chakrabortty
1366 18 24 May 2018 Worthing, England Anna Soubry, Anneliese Dodds, Sarah Churchwell, Dominic Lawson, Lionel Shriver
1367 19 31 May 2018 Perth, Scotland Kwasi Kwarteng, Caroline Flint, Kate Forbes, Darren McGarvey, Brian Souter
1368 20 7 June 2018 Reading, England Damian Hinds, Shami Chakrabarti, Richard Reed, Alison Phillips, Richard Madeley
1369 21 14 June 2018 Caernarfon, Wales Dominic Grieve, John Mann, Leanne Wood, Isabel Oakeshott, Matthew Wright
1370 22 21 June 2018 Birmingham, England Damian Green, Jon Ashworth, Afua Hirsch, Tim Martin, Ella Whelan
1371 23 28 June 2018 Exeter, England Suella Braverman, Clive Lewis, Johan Eliasch, Helen Lewis, Janet Street-Porter
1372 24 5 July 2018 King's Lynn, England Priti Patel, Lisa Nandy, Ian Blackford, Matthew Parris, Carolyn Radford
1373 25 12 July 2018 Dartford, England Claire Perry, Barry Gardiner, Gina Miller, Charles Moore, Piers Morgan
1374 26 13 September 2018 Banbury, England Rory Stewart, Chris Leslie, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Faiza Shaheen, Theo Paphitis
1375 27 20 September 2018 Dewsbury, England Chris Skidmore, Barry Gardiner, Vince Cable, Camilla Tominey, Nazir Afzal
1376 28 27 September 2018 Bishop Auckland, England Jacob Rees-Mogg, Ian Lavery, Polly Mackenzie, Ayesha Hazarika, Rod Liddle
1377 29 4 October 2018 Canary Wharf, England David Gauke, Emily Thornberry, George the Poet, Isabel Oakeshott, Claude Littner
1378 30 11 October 2018 Edinburgh, Scotland Ross Thomson, Kezia Dugdale, Mike Russell, Fraser Nelson, Val McDermid
1379 31 18 October 2018 Guildford, England James Cleverly, Keir Starmer, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Michael Dobbs, Nish Kumar
1380 32 25 October 2018 Barrow-in-Furness, England Andrea Jenkyns, Lisa Nandy, Hannah Bardell, Sebastian Payne, Paul Mason
1381 33 1 November 2018 Clacton-on-Sea, England Giles Watling, Andy McDonald, Anne McElvoy, Kate Andrews, Shappi Khorsandi[fn 116]
1382 34 8 November 2018 Dulwich, England Kwasi Kwarteng, Diane Abbott, Mairead McGuinness, David Aaronovitch, Jordan Peterson
1383 35 15 November 2018 Milford Haven, Wales Claire Perry, Barry Gardiner, Liz Saville Roberts, Mark Serwotka, Tim Stanley
1384 36 22 November 2018 Cannock, England Karen Bradley, Clive Lewis, Richard Walker, Trevor Phillips, Julia Hartley-Brewer
1385 37 29 November 2018 Penzance, England Nadhim Zahawi, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Layla Moran, Tim Martin, Benjamin Zephaniah
1386 38 6 December 2018 Bishop's Stortford, England James Brokenshire, Shami Chakrabarti, Ian Blackford, Jill Rutter, Charles Moore
1387 39 13 December 2018[fn 117] Southwark, England David Davis, Nicky Morgan, Angela Rayner, Caroline Lucas, Jo Brand

2019[edit]

# No. in year Airdate Location
[129][130]
Panellists Notes
1388 1 10 January 2019[fn 118] Islington, England James Cleverly, Emily Thornberry, Jo Swinson, Melanie Phillips, Nish Kumar
1389 2 17 January 2019 Derby, England Rory Stewart, Diane Abbott, Kirsty Blackman, Anand Menon, Isabel Oakeshott
1390 3 24 January 2019 Winchester, England Suella Braverman, John Healey, Sonia Sodha, Iain Anderson, Nick Ferrari
1391 4 31 January 2019 Lincoln, England Helen Whately, Richard Burgon, Juergen Maier, Camilla Tominey, Gina Miller
1392 5 7 February 2019 Motherwell, Scotland Michael Forsyth, Anneliese Dodds, Fiona Hyslop, Hugo Rifkind, Eunice Olumide
1393 6 14 February 2019 Aylesbury, England Jacob Rees-Mogg, Lisa Nandy, Grace Blakeley, Geoff Norcott, Jimmy Wales
1394 7 21 February 2019 Chester, England Mel Stride, Andy McDonald, Chris Leslie, Ella Whelan, John Barnes
1395 8 28 February 2019 Catford, England Nadhim Zahawi, Barry Gardiner, Layla Moran, Lionel Shriver, Henning Wehn
1396 9 7 March 2019 Dudley, England Dominic Raab, Margaret Beckett, Iain Martin, Javed Khan, Owen Jones
1397 10 14 March 2019 Ealing, England James Cleverly, Clive Lewis, Ian Blackford, Catherine Barnard, Julia Hartley-Brewer
1398 11 21 March 2019 Belfast, Northern Ireland Tobias Ellwood, Nick Thomas-Symonds, Jeffrey Donaldson, John O'Dowd, Polly Mackenzie
1399 12 28 March 2019 Sheffield, England Damian Hinds, Jenny Chapman, Simon Wolfson, Merryn Somerset Webb, Yanis Varoufakis
1400 13 4 April 2019 Dulwich, England Jeremy Wright, David Lammy, Mairead McGuinness, Charles Moore, Ash Sarkar
1401 14 25 April 2019 Nottingham, England Victoria Atkins, Jon Ashworth, Vince Cable, Caroline Lucas, John Rhys-Davies
1402 15 2 May 2019 Warrington, England Kenneth Clarke, Emily Thornberry, Kate Andrews, Sonia Sodha, Simon Evans
1403 16 9 May 2019 Northampton, England Amber Rudd, Jonathan Reynolds, Anna Soubry, Nigel Farage, John Mills
1404 17 16 May 2019 Elgin, Scotland Bim Afolami, Richard Leonard, John Swinney, Christine Jardine, Eilidh Douglas
1405 18 23 May 2019 Frome, England Damian Green, Tracy Brabin, Camilla Cavendish, Miatta Fahnbulleh, Simon Jordan
1406 19 30 May 2019[fn 119][131] Epsom, England Rory Stewart, Barry Gardiner, Jo Swinson, Alex Phillips, Steven Pinker
1407 20 6 June 2019 Thetford, England Nicky Morgan, Anneliese Dodds, Drew Hendry, Alison Phillips, Piers Morgan
1408 21 13 June 2019 Brecon, Wales Theresa Villiers, Stephen Kinnock, Adam Price, Mark Reckless, Francesca Martinez
1409 22 20 June 2019 Tottenham, England Kwasi Kwarteng, Margot James, Laura Pidcock, Ed Davey, Tim Martin
1410 23 27 June 2019 Halifax, England Elizabeth Truss, Caroline Flint, Richard Walker, Tom Newton Dunn, Ayesha Hazarika
1411 24 4 July 2019 Chichester, England Vicky Ford, Louise Haigh, Sian Berry, Tom Harwood, Martin Lewis
1412 25 5 September 2019 Westminster, England Kwasi Kwarteng, Emily Thornberry, Ian Blackford, Layla Moran, Richard Tice, Iain Dale
1413 26 12 September 2019 Norwich, England Brandon Lewis, John Healey, Jeffrey Donaldson, Catherine Barnard, Afua Hirsch
1414 27 19 September 2019 Southampton, England Victoria Atkins, Charles Falconer, Ed Davey, Ash Sarkar, Camilla Tominey
1415 28 26 September 2019 Cardiff, Wales James Cleverly, Nick Thomas-Symonds, Adam Price, Mark Reckless, Gina Miller 40th anniversary[43]
1416 29 3 October 2019 Wallasey, England Nadhim Zahawi, Sarah Jones, Melanie Phillips, Anand Menon, Bonnie Greer
1417 30 10 October 2019 Beckenham, England Grant Shapps, Lisa Nandy, Rupert Read, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Theo Paphitis
1418 31 17 October 2019 Leicester, England Matthew Hancock, Anneliese Dodds, Philippa Whitford, Martin Daubney, Javed Khan
1419 32 24 October 2019 South Shields, England Norman Lamont, Richard Leonard, Caroline Voaden, Kate Andrews, Ken Loach
1420 33 31 October 2019 Birmingham, England Paul Scully, Jon Ashworth, Layla Moran, Mairead McGuinness, Isabel Oakeshott
1421 34 7 November 2019 Glasgow, Scotland Kirstene Hair, Barry Gardiner, Humza Yousaf, Angela Haggerty, Iain Anderson
1422 35 14 November 2019 Brighton, England James Cleverly, Clive Lewis, Alex Phillips, Liz Saville Roberts, Chris Boardman
36 18 November 2019 Peterborough, England[fn 120] Nigel Farage
1423 37 21 November 2019 Bolton, England
38 22 November 2019 Sheffield, England[fn 121] Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn, Jo Swinson, Nicola Sturgeon
1424 39 28 November 2019
1425 40 5 December 2019 Hull, England
1426 41 12 December 2019 London, England
Future locations and panellists sometimes change. Updates to locations are listed on the Question Time website.[42]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Note Genome lists 14 episodes but Election Question Time aired 4 May 1979 is not considered part of the series.
  2. ^ Note Genome only lists 29 episode due to Radio Times Printing dispute.
  3. ^ Note Genome only lists 32 episodes due to 16 April 1998 being unscheduled.
  4. ^ Note Genome only lists 36 episodes due to 15 July 1999 being unscheduled.
  5. ^ Note Genome only lists 37 episodes due to 13 September 2001 being unscheduled.
  6. ^ Note Genome only lists 36 episodes due to 28 March 2002 being unscheduled.
  7. ^ On BBC Genome it shows 37 episode but 1 is an alternative schedule.
  8. ^ 19 May 1983: During the 1983 general election campaign Conservative Foreign Secretary Francis Pym said on Question Time that he thought landslide victories did not produce successful governments. He was later sacked by the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
  9. ^ 22 July 1989: This was the last edition of Question Time under Robin Day's chairmanship, programme included brief highlights of the past ten years.
  10. ^ 18 October 1990: This edition was originally scheduled to feature four panellists of Tony Benn, Margaret Ewing, Andrew Neil and Malcolm Rifkind. However both Tony Benn and Andrew Neil were late to arrive, so Menzies Campbell and Magnus Linklater took their place, but eventually both Benn and Neil arrived 20 minutes into the programme. Thus this was the first edition to feature six panellists.
  11. ^ 22 November 1990: Broadcast on the day of Margaret Thatcher's resignation. Transmitted in two parts with two different panels.
  12. ^ 17 January 1991: Special Question Time concentrating on events and questions around the Gulf War, and split into two sections, with two different panels.
  13. ^ Dr Ann Robinson, head of policy unit at the Institute of Directors.
  14. ^ Rhiannon Chapman, director of the Industrial Society.
  15. ^ Alf Gordon, Welsh Develop Corporation.
  16. ^ Esther Leneman, French radio and television journalist.
  17. ^ Yvonne Barton from British Gas.
  18. ^ Dr Sheila Lawlor from the Centre for Policy Studies.
  19. ^ Dr Marie Stewart from a Equal Opportunities Consultant.
  20. ^ 20 January 1994: This edition was notable for a confrontation between Jeffrey Archer and David Starkey over the age of homosexual consent.
  21. ^ 12 May 1994: Edition following the death of Labour Party leader John Smith, which sees panellists depart from the usual political debate to pay tribute to Smith instead.
  22. ^ 1997: In the build-up to the 1997 General Election, the three main party leaders answered questions from a studio audience.
  23. ^ 25 February 1999: This edition concerned the findings from the Stephen Lawrence enquiry.
  24. ^ 1 July 1999: The Leader of the Opposition William Hague was the sole panellist in this special Question Time programme
  25. ^ 8 July 1999: Tony Blair was the sole panellist in a special Question Time programme
  26. ^ 14 October 1999: Australian Republic Referendum special.
  27. ^ 2 March 2000: London Mayoral Election debate
  28. ^ 15 May 2001: Wales Question Time with Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones. Presented by David Williams.
  29. ^ 15 May 2001: Scotland Question Time with SNP leader John Swinney. Presented by Anne McKenzie.
  30. ^ 30 May 2001: During the 2001 General Election campaign, the main political party leaders faced questions from a studio audience.
  31. ^ 5 July 2001: 2001 Conservative Leadership special
  32. ^ 13 September 2001: Filmed two days after the 11 September 2001 attacks. The BBC received more than 2,000 complaints for its strong anti-American sentiments from audience members.
  33. ^ 21 February 2002: Noted for Ian Hislop's attack on Mary Archer.
  34. ^ 12 September 2002: Special edition from New York, one year on from the World Trade Centre attacks.
  35. ^ 20 March 2003: Broadcast on the day of the outbreak of the Iraq War .
  36. ^ 24 April 2003: Special edition from Abu Dhabi which discussed the consequences of the war in Iraq .
  37. ^ 29 January 2004: This edition focused on the publication of the Hutton Report.
  38. ^ a b c d e f School's edition
  39. ^ 28 October 2004: 2004 US Presidential Election special.
  40. ^ 3 February 2005: This show included a successful marriage proposal from an audience member to his girlfriend, the programme's first in its 25 year history.
  41. ^ 10 March 2005: This edition of Question Time was in China as part of the BBC's China Week.
  42. ^ 28 April 2005: 2005 General Election special
  43. ^ 26 May 2005: French EU constitution referendum special edition.
  44. ^ 7 July 2005: Special edition from Johannesburg. This was broadcast on the day of 7 July 2005 attacks in London.
  45. ^ 3 November 2005: 2005 Conservative Leadership special
  46. ^ 9 February 2006: 2006 Liberal Democrats Leadership debate
  47. ^ 30 March 2006: Special edition from Moscow in time for the G8 conference in Saint Petersburg.
  48. ^ 22 March 2007: Iraq special
  49. ^ 10 May 2007: This edition focused on Tony Blair's legacy after 10 years as Prime Minister.
  50. ^ 14 June 2007: Labour Deputy Leadership special
  51. ^ 11 October 2007: Noted for Kelvin MacKenzie's attack on Scotland. The BBC received 350 complaints and MacKenzie's comments drew widespread criticism in both Scotland and England.
  52. ^ 15 November 2007: 2007 Liberal Democrats Leadership debate
  53. ^ 24 April 2008: This edition featured the three main candidates in the London mayoral election race .
  54. ^ 23 October 2008: This was the 1000th edition of Question Time.
  55. ^ Phil Woolas was to appear on the panel but the it was feared he would be to controversial.
  56. ^ 30 October 2008: 2008 US Presidential Election special.
  57. ^ 26 March 2009: Noted for Eric Pickles' 'explanation' of his part in the expenses debate.
  58. ^ 21 May 2009: Focussed on the MP expenses scandal. Also, this edition was broadcast at the earlier time of 9.00pm.
  59. ^ 11 June 2009: Was originally supposed to take place in Llandudno and feature Dom Joly as a panellist.
  60. ^ 25 June 2009: A cat was loose during the recording of this episode and is seen behind Julia Goldsworthy at various times.
  61. ^ 22 October 2009: Notable due to appearance of BNP leader Nick Griffin. Worldwide press coverage, and record viewing figures – 7.9 million..
  62. ^ 12 November 2009: Hosted by John Humphrys after David Dimbleby was hit by an animal on his farm.
  63. ^ 4 March 2010: Episode including Carol Vorderman as one of the panelists. She was slated for her performance, which the New Statesman's James MacIntyre described as "one of the worst by any panel member I have ever seen" because of her "clichéd, shrill, pub-boring, parochial approach" and because "she trotted out sluggish conventional wisdom at every turn".
  64. ^ 11 March 2010: The show's first ever women-only audience, this was to mark International Women's Day.
  65. ^ 7 April 2010: Broadcast brought forward a day due to a golfing tournament.
  66. ^ 15 April 2010: Held after the first election debate in Manchester, focusing on domestic policy
  67. ^ 22 April 2010: Held after the second election debate in Bristol, focusing on International Affairs
  68. ^ 29 April 2010: Held after the third election debate in Birmingham, focusing on the Economy and Taxes
  69. ^ 13 May 2010: First Question Time following the 2010 general election and the formation of the coalition government between the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats.
  70. ^ 27 May 2010: An appearance was expected to be made by a Liberal Democrat member of the Cabinet but would only appear under the condition Alastair Campbell was replaced by a Labour front-bencher. The BBC chose to have Campbell remain a panellist.
  71. ^ 16 September 2010: Labour Leadership Special
  72. ^ 30 September 2010: Sayeeda Warsi was due to appear, but Shapps took her place at the last minute.
  73. ^ 19 May 2011: Episode after Ken Clarke's controversial views on rape unfolded after an interview on the radio station BBC 5 Live.
  74. ^ 11 August 2011: Scheduled at the last minute following the riots in London and across England.
  75. ^ 15 March 2012: Last minute replacement for Charles Kennedy who missed his train.
  76. ^ 26 April 2012: This edition was originally to be a London Mayoral Election Debate, but contenders pulled out as the BNP candidate was taking part.
  77. ^ 17 May 2012: Last minute replacement for Brian May who was ill.
  78. ^ 31 October 2013: Journalist and presenter Paris Lees becomes the first openly transgender panellist to appear on the programme.
  79. ^ 14 November 2013: The venue was changed from an episode scheduled for Brighton after BAE Systems announced the closure of shipyards in Portsmouth.
  80. ^ 21 November 2013: The panel only consisted of 3 guests as Joan Bakewell and Tim Stanley were unable to make it due to transport issues.
  81. ^ 5 December 2013: This episode was moved to a later time slot on BBC Two due to news coverage of the death of Nelson Mandela replacing normal BBC One programming.
  82. ^ 12 December 2013: This episode was originally scheduled for Swansea, but following the death of Nelson Mandela, it was broadcast from Johannesburg to debate his legacy.
  83. ^ 23 January 2014: This episode had four panelists in order to have an equal number of people who are for and against Scottish independence.
  84. ^ 30 January 2014: Matthew Oakeshott was a last minute replacement for Charles Kennedy.
  85. ^ 6 March 2014: Episode in which an audience member stormed out mid-show after engaging in a heated debate about immigration with panel member David Aaronovitch.
  86. ^ 6 March 2014: Aleksander Nekrassov, a former Kremlin adviser, was a last minute addition to the panel because of events surrounding the 2014 Crimean crisis.
  87. ^ 10 July 2014: This was the final edition of Question Time to air before the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, and the first to include no politicians among its panelists.
  88. ^ 2 October 2014: Julian Huppert was a last minute replacement for Menzies Campbell, who had been scheduled to appear on the panel.
  89. ^ 11 December 2014: Edition in which Russell Brand described Nigel Farage as a "pound shop Enoch Powell", a reference to the politician who made the infamous 1968 Rivers of Blood speech.
  90. ^ 5 February 2015: The edition in which Galloway was asked about the rise in antisemitism in the UK, and whether he bore some responsibility for its increase. Galloway's appearance on the programme was criticised ahead of its broadcast by several individuals and groups, including Times of Israel columnist Alex Klineberg because of Galloway's outspoken views on Israel. Galloway said he was set up, and that chair David Dimbleby apologised to him privately over the tone of the question.
  91. ^ 26 March 2015: This edition was broadcast live following the first TV debate between David Cameron and Ed Miliband by Sky and Channel 4 in the Battle for Number 10 debate.
  92. ^ 30 April 2015: 2015 General Election Special. Aired at 8pm, rather than the usual 10:45pm.
  93. ^ 8 May 2015: Post 2015 General Election Special. Aired at 8:30pm, rather than the usual 10:45pm. A UKIP representative was invited to join, but the party was unable to send one.
  94. ^ 25 June 2015: Giles Fraser was a last minute replacement for Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis who was scheduled to be on the panel.
  95. ^ 17 September 2015: Episode in which newly appointed Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell apologises for a 2003 speech in which he called for members of the IRA to be honoured for the bombings that brought the British government "to the negotiating table" during the peace process, and for a joke he made in 2010 about wishing he could go back in time to assassinate Margaret Thatcher.
  96. ^ 15 October 2015: Edition in which audience member Michelle Dorrell berates Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Amber Rudd about government plans to cut child tax credits for working families, highlighting concerns about the proposals and forcing the government to defend its position.
  97. ^ 19 November 2015: First edition broadcast after the November 2015 Paris attacks. Was originally scheduled to be held in Belfast, with Theresa Villiers, Peter Hain and Gráinne Maguire on the panel, but was changed to London.
  98. ^ 28 January 2016: This edition was dedicated to Charlie Courtauld, a former editor of the show, who had recently died.
  99. ^ 4 February 2016: Paul Nuttall was a replacement for Nigel Farage who got stuck in traffic.
  100. ^ 15 June 2016: Michael Gove was the sole panelist in a special edition of Question Time where he made the case for the UK to leave the EU. Was broadcast at the earlier time of 18:45.
  101. ^ 19 June 2016: David Cameron was the sole panelist in a special edition of Question Time where he made the case for the UK to remain in the EU. Was broadcast at the earlier time of 18:45.
  102. ^ 26 June 2016: Post-Brexit special, the panel was divided 50/50 on those who supported Brexit and those who supported Remain. Was broadcast live at the earlier time of 18:30.
  103. ^ 8 September 2016: 2016 Labour Leadership special. Was broadcast at the earlier time of 21:00.
  104. ^ 29 September 2016: Richard Burgon was a last minute replacement for Emily Thornberry, after the latter flew to Israel to attend the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres, who had died the previous day.
  105. ^ 3 November 2016: Businessman and UKIP donor Arron Banks was originally scheduled to be on the panel, but was replaced by Charlie Wolf.
  106. ^ 10 November 2016: First edition broadcast after the 2016 United States presiential election. All of the questions focused on Donald Trump winning and what it would mean internationally.
  107. ^ 24 November 2016: Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell was scheduled to make an appearance, but he was taken ill so he was replaced by Chris Leslie.
  108. ^ 9 March 2017: Kezia Dugdale was a last minute replacement for John McDonnell, who couldn't make it due to missing a flight.
  109. ^ 27 March 2017: Britain after Brexit special.
  110. ^ 25 May 2017: This edition was due to be broadcast from Belfast but was moved to Salford following the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing.
  111. ^ 2 June 2017: 2017 General Election Specials. Broadcast at the earlier time of 8:30pm
  112. ^ 5 June 2017: Leader's Special (Election 2017) Was due to be broadcast at 5.55pm on 4 June but was postponed for a BBC News special following the June 2017 London Bridge attack – the programme was moved to 9:00pm the next day. Was presented by Nick Robinson instead of David Dimbleby.
  113. ^ 9 June 2017: Post 2017 General Election Special.
  114. ^ 22 June 2017: Believed to be the first time a member of the audience has been told to leave the programme for repeatedly heckling the panel.
  115. ^ 23 November 2017: This edition was only 40 minutes long as an audience member fell ill, and was unable to be safely recovered.
  116. ^ 1 November 2018: Giles Watling was a last-minute replacement for Elizabeth Truss after her train was delayed.
  117. ^ 13 December 2018:This was the last Question Time chaired by David Dimbleby.
  118. ^ 10 January 2019: This was the first edition hosted by Fiona Bruce.
  119. ^ 30 May 2019: While appearing on this edition, the Liberal Democrats deputy leader Jo Swinson confirms that she will put her name forward in the party's forthcoming leadership election.
  120. ^ 18 November 2019: General Election special.
  121. ^ 22 November 2019: General Election special. Broadcast at the earlier time of 19:00

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