Andrew Marr and guests discuss topical politics, current affairs and the arts. Guests include Simon Stevens Jose Manuel Barroso, Yvette Cooper and Allison Janney. Show more
Andrew Marr is joined by Chris Grayling, Hilary Benn, Suzanne Evans and Sir Kenneth Branagh. The newspapers are reviewed by David Aaronovitch and Amanda Platell. Show more
A look back at the events of the week as reported in the press with David Aaronovitch of the Times.
Julian Fellowes presides as Sue Perkins and David Aaronovitch take on Gillian Reynolds and Robin Ince in a panel game dedicated to eradicating poor punctuation.
Danish/German film Land of Mine, Mosquitoes at the National's Dorfman Theatre, Bernard MacLaverty's Midwinter Break, Matisse In The Studio at the Royal Academy, Trust Me on BBC TV. Show more
Andrew Marr discusses Russia with Simon Sebag Montefiore, Amanda Vickery, Arkady Ostrovsky and David Aaronovitch. Show more
Gloria Steinem. Tina Fey on comedy and her latest film, Sisters. Katie Hopkins and David Aaronovitch discuss whether it can ever be right to fat-shame. Neko Case performs. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined by Conservative MP Nadine Dorries and The Times columnist David Aaronovitch to discuss the latest on Heathrow Airport and Britain's railways. Show more
Andrew Neil and Arwyn Jones with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
David Dimbleby chairs debate from Dulwich with panellists Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Diane Abbott MP, Fine Gael's Mairead McGuinness MEP, journalist David Aaronovitch and Jordan Peterson. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined by Peter Hitchens and David Aaronovitch. Heather Brooke comments on the census and union secretary Billy Hayes comments on tomorrow's demo against the cuts. Show more
David Dimbleby chairs a debate from Leeds, with Yvette Cooper MP, Baroness Warsi, Tim Farron, George Galloway MP and David Aaronovitch. Show more
Andrew Marr is joined by William Hague, Maurice Saatchi, Joyce DiDonato, Marin Alsop and Len McCluskey. Newspaper reviews from Christiane Amanpour and David Aaronovitch. Show more
Andrew Marr talks to figures from politics, current affairs and the arts. His guests include chancellor George Osborne, shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander and Keane. Show more
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by David Aaronovitch to assess all the latest political news, including a look back at the European debate between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage. Show more
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest news and debate from Westminster, including an interview with the shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn, who makes the case for Europe. Show more
With Matthew Sweet. Including a review of the play The Amen Corner, a debate on conspiracy theories, novelist Rachel Kushner and John Gallagher on 16th-century disguise. Show more
Jeremy Vine talks to theatre director Sir Jonathan Miller and is joined by Jeremy Hunt MP, John Redwood MP and Lord Mandelson. Los Angeles-based band the Allah-Las perform. Show more
Tom Sutcliffle and guests review Fleming, the new drama series about the creator of James Bond, plus Spike Jonze's film Her and the new exhibition of Richard Hamilton's work. Show more
Andrew Neil presents a film on the terrorist attacks in Paris and the political ramifications. Diane Abbott, Michael Portillo and Miranda Green help to review the political week. Show more