The Agenda with Tom Bradby

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The Agenda with Tom Bradby
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Former title card
Genre Politics
Current affairs
Directed by Rob Hopkin
Presented by Tom Bradby,
Robert Peston (2016)
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 9
No. of episodes 84 (as of 28 November 2016)
Production
Executive producer(s) Chris Shaw
Producer(s) ITN Productions for
ITV News & Current Affairs
Location(s) The Hospital Club
The London Studios (2016; 2 episodes)
Running time 30 minutes (2012–14)
45 minutes (2015—)
60 minutes (2016; 2 episodes)
(inc. adverts)
Release
Original network ITV, STV, UTV
Picture format 16:9
Original release 27 February 2012 – present
Chronology
Related shows ITV News,
Exposure,
On Assignment,
Tonight
External links
Website www.itv.com/news/topic/the-agenda/

The Agenda is a political discussion programme on British television network ITV, broadcast on Monday evenings from 10.45pm. The programme is presented by ITV News anchor Tom Bradby and was first broadcast on 27 February 2012.

In each episode, Bradby is joined by four guests to discuss the biggest news stories of the previous week and then talk about the week ahead. Guests have included David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Boris Johnson.

Episode Guide[edit]

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 27 February 2012 23 April 2012 8
2 15 October 2012 3 December 2012 8
3 28 January 2013 18 March 2013 8
4 7 October 2013 9 December 2013 10
5 10 February 2014 14 April 2014 10
6 6 October 2014 8 December 2014 10
7 2 April 2015 11 May 2015 10
8 22 February 2016 2 May 2016 10
9 26 September 2016 28 November 2016 10

Series 1[edit]

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 Boris Johnson, Jenny Agutter, Allison Pearson and Brendan Barber 27 February 2012 (2012-02-27)
2 Nick Clegg, Mariella Frostrup, Rachel Sylvester and Digby Jones 5 March 2012
3 Yvette Cooper, Fraser Nelson, James Caan and Rachel Johnson 12 March 2012
4 Alistair Darling, Amanda Platell, Andy Street and Fiona Shaw 19 March 2012
5 William Hague, Tanni Grey-Thompson, Anthony Horowitz and Jane Moore 26 March 2012
6 Ross Kemp, Martin Sorrell, Margot James and Joan Bakewell. 2 April 2012
7 Ed Miliband, Victoria Coren, Joanna Trollope and Peter Bazalgette 16 April 2012
8 Michael Heseltine, Christopher Meyer, Mariella Frostrup and Germaine Greer 23 April 2012

Series 2[edit]

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 Ed Miliband, Jo Brand, Max Hastings and Ulrika Jonsson 15 October 2012 (2012-10-15)
2 David Cameron, Stella Rimington, Julian Fellowes and Rebecca Front 22 October 2012
3 Nick Clegg, Victoria Coren, Sarah Sands and Greg Dyke 29 October 2012
4 Douglas Alexander, Germaine Greer, Amy Lamé and Christopher Meyer 5 November 2012
5 Boris Johnson, Hugh Grant, Kate Williams and Jamelia 12 November 2012
6 Patrick Stewart, Harriet Harman, Andrew Roberts and Rowan Pelling 19 November 2012
7 Simon Hughes, Mariella Frostrup, Fiona Shaw and Daniel Finkelstein 26 November 2012
8 William Hague, Jeanette Winterson, Allison Pearson and Andy Street 3 December 2012

Series 3[edit]

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 Jeremy Hunt, Andrea Riseborough, Jane Moore and David Baddiel 28 January 2013 (2013-01-28)
2 Ed Balls, Mariella Frostrup, Amanda Platell and Anthony Horowitz 4 February 2013
3 Clive Anderson, Nicola Horlick, Fiona Shaw and Danny Alexander 11 February 2013
4 George Osborne, Christopher Meyer, Fiona Phillips and Rowan Pelling 18 February 2013
5 Harriet Harman, Mary Beard, Omid Djalili and Daniel Finkelstein 25 February 2013
6 David Miliband, Deborah Meaden, Michael Morpurgo and Clemency Burton-Hill 4 March 2013
7 Paddy Ashdown, Stella Rimington, Brian Cox and Julia Hartley-Brewer 11 March 2013
8 Fraser Nelson, Mariella Frostrup, John Prescott and Susie Boniface 18 March 2013[1]

Series 4[edit]

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 Michelle Mone, David Cameron, Allison Pearson and David Baddiel 7 October 2013
2 Harriet Harman, Dan Snow, Jeanette Winterson and Fraser Nelson 14 October 2013
3 Nick Clegg, Esther Rantzen, Anthony Horowitz and Mariella Frostrup 21 October 2013
4 Bettany Hughes, Clive Anderson, Tristram Hunt and Julia Hartley-Brewer 28 October 2013
5 Nigel Farage, Amanda Platell, David Schneider and Jamelia 4 November 2013
6 Chris Huhne, Natalie Haynes, Sarah Sands and Peter Bazalgette 11 November 2013
7 Ed Balls, Nicola Horlick, Christopher Meyer and Susie Boniface 18 November 2013
8 Michael Gove, Ben Miller, Deborah Meaden and Grace Dent 25 November 2013
9 Terry Christian, Heather Rabbatts, Ken Clarke and Stephanie Flanders 2 December 2013
10 Chuka Umunna, Jane Moore, Dom Joly and Julia Bradbury 9 December 2013

Series 5[edit]

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 George Osborne, Stephanie Flanders, Bettany Hughes and Martin Lewis 10 February 2014
2 Danny Alexander, Clive Anderson, Germaine Greer and Amanda Platell 17 February 2014
3 Boris Johnson, Theo Paphitis, Fiona Shaw and Victoria Coren Mitchell 24 February 2014
4 Fraser Nelson, Dom Joly, Jacqueline Gold and Diane Abbott 3 March 2014
5 Harriet Harman, Martin Sorrell, Julia Bradbury and David Schneider 10 March 2014
6 Jonathan Freedland, Katy Brand, Dan Snow and Sayeeda Warsi 17 March 2014
7 Ed Miliband, David Baddiel, Laura Tenison and Sarah Vine 24 March 2014
8 Douglas Alexander, Mariella Frostrup, Nick Hewer and Isabel Hardman 31 March 2014
9 Esther McVey, Philip Collins, Rory McGrath and Jeanette Winterson 7 April 2014
10 Emma Kennedy, Michael Morpurgo, Vince Cable and Allison Pearson 14 April 2014

Series 6[edit]

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 Ed Balls, Katy Brand, Jane Moore and James Caan 6 October 2014
2 Deborah Meaden, Rory Bremner, Aasmah Mir and David Cameron 13 October 2014
3 Dom Joly, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Nick Clegg and Nikita Lalwani 20 October 2014
4 Nigel Farage, Sarah Vine, David Baddiel and Grace Dent 27 October 2014
5 Chuka Umunna, Susie Boniface, Peter Bazalgette and Lorraine Candy 3 November 2014
6 George Osborne, Anthony Horowitz, Michelle Mone and Victoria Coren Mitchell 10 November 2014
7 Ed Miliband, Myleene Klass, Allison Pearson and Christopher Meyer 17 November 2014
8 Grant Shapps, Germaine Greer, Benjamin Zephaniah and Emma Barnett 24 November 2014
9 Danny Alexander, Stephanie Flanders, Charles Dance and Amanda Platell 1 December 2014
10 Mariella Frostrup, Yvette Cooper, Dominic Lawson and Russell Kane 8 December 2014

Series 7[edit]

The series began on 2 April 2015. Two episodes aired each week in the run up to the 2015 General Election.

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 Rory Bremner, Christiane Amanpour, Grace Dent and Fraser Nelson 2 April 2015
2 Ed Miliband, Katy Brand, Brian Cox and Helena Morrissey 9 April 2015
3 Nicola Sturgeon, Christopher Meyer, Philip Collins and Elaine C. Smith 13 April 2015
4 Danny Alexander, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Aasmah Mir and Benjamin Zephaniah 16 April 2015
5 Ed Balls, Jane Moore, Marcus Brigstocke and Louise Cooper 20 April 2015
6 Jeremy Hunt, Deborah Bull, Anthony Horowitz and Jenni Russell 23 April 2015
7 Nick Clegg, Mariella Frostrup, Rory Bremner and Rachel Sylvester 27 April 2015
8 Douglas Carswell, Camilla Cavendish, Nick Hewer and Jeanette Winterson 30 April 2015
9 George Osborne, Jenni Russell, Amanda Platell and Dan Snow 4 May 2015
10 Daniel Finkelstein, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Aasmah Mir and Tristram Hunt 11 May 2015

Series 8[edit]

Episode Panellists Original broadcast date
1 Germaine Greer, Philip Collins, Julia Bradbury and John Whittingdale 22 February 2016[2]
2 Jeremy Corbyn, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Marcus Brigstocke and Helena Morrissey 29 February 2016
3 Tim Farron, Juliet Stevenson, Dominic Lawson and Grainne Maguire 7 March 2016
4 Chuka Umunna, Stephanie Flanders, Fraser Nelson and Ava Vidal 14 March 2016
5 Boris Johnson, Mariella Frostrup, Rory Bremner and Jane Moore 21 March 2016
6 Eddie Izzard, Lucy Powell, Luke Johnson and Rachel Johnson 4 April 2016
7 Ed Miliband, Arlene Phillips, Ruth Lea and Christopher Meyer 11 April 2016
8 George Osborne, Grace Dent, Allison Pearson and Martin Lewis 18 April 2016
9 Iain Duncan Smith, Ayesha Hazarika, Martin Sorrell and Emma Kennedy 25 April 2016
10 Nigel Farage, Zoe Williams, David Baddiel and Merryn Somerset Webb 2 May 2016

Series 9[edit]

Episode Panellists Host Original broadcast date
1 Ed Balls, Shappi Khorsandi, Elizabeth McGovern and Rachel Johnson Tom Bradby 26 September 2016
2 Nick Clegg, Jane Moore, Julia Hartley-Brewer and Alastair Campbell 3 October 2016
3 Kenneth Clarke, Carole Malone, Bonnie Greer and Clive Anderson 10 October 2016
4 Joan Bakewell, Rory Bremner, Anna Soubry, Ed Miliband and Toby Young 18 October 2016
5 Nicky Morgan, Suzanne Evans, Jeremy Paxman, Griff Rhys Jones and Allison Pearson 25 October 2016
6 Diane Abbott, Ken Loach, Tom Newton Dunn and Emma Barnett 31 October 2016
7 Nigel Farage, Emily Thornberry, David Baddiel, Tim Shipman and Jan Halper-Hays Robert Peston 8 November 2016
8 George Osborne, David Starkey, Stacy Hilliard, Alastair Campbell and Anushka Asthana Tom Bradby 14 November 2016
9 Michael Gove, Julia Hartley-Brewer, Piers Morgan, Owen Smith and Gina Miller 21 November 2016
10 Justine Greening, Tim Farron, Fraser Nelson, Germaine Greer and Michelle Dewberry 28 November 2016
  • Note: Episodes 4–5 were 60 minutes in length and aired on Tuesdays at 8pm. These two episodes were recorded at The London Studios.

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