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The Prime Minister answers listener's questions, hosted by Nicky Campbell.
The shadow schools secretary talks about his own expenses scandal and the Tory position on the last day of the election campaign.
How much influence could smaller parties have after this election? The leaders of both UKIP and Plaid Cymru talk to Nicky Campbell and the audience about their policies.
Norman Baker, Grant Shaps and Jackie Smith debate policy with the audience.
Kate Silverton invites the smaller parties to take on the big three over issues that they say have not had proper attention like immigration, pensions, and Trident.
Mark Hutchings and Dalya Raphael examine the issues which are the main concerns for voters in Wales.
Stephen hosts a debate on the election issues in Northern Ireland at the Waterfront Hall. With analysis from BBC's Ireland correspondent Mark Simpson and commentator Eamonn Mallie.
Infront of a live audience in Birmingham with John Pienaar for analysis, Tony Livesey hosts the debate reaction
Victoria came live from Rochdale, the town which became the focus of the election campaign after Gordon Brown refered to a local pensioner as a "bigoted woman".
Shadow Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt admits big spending cuts will be needed but says it's very difficult to know how much as an opposition party.
Children's Secretary Ed Balls says the budget deficit should be cut slowly initially to protect the fragile economic recovery.
The Liberal Democrats' Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Jeremy Brown, outlines where his party expects to make savings of £10bn per year.
Nolan delves into the detail of Labour's manifesto about whether or not they are commiting to protect front line services to cut the deficit
Shadow culture secretary Jeremy Hunt explains Conservative policies on boosting the private sector, particularly in N. Ireland and north east England, and public sector cuts.
The Care Services minister Phil Hope discusses Labour's proposals to protect frontline services in the public sector from cuts. He also discusses Gordon Brown's performance during Labour's campaign.
Phil Woolas, James Brokenshire, Tom Brake, Simon Darby and Gerard Batten join John Pienaar and Victoria derbyshire along with 200 5 live listeners to debate immigration in Luton
Peter Allen asks representatives of the three main political parties how they would tackle crime and disorder in England and Wales.
Public services will have to be cut back, but what impact will that have on schools, hospitals, crime? Representatives from the Conservatives, Labour, the Lib Dems and the Greens debate.
The Liberal Democrats launch their election manifesto with an introduction from 5 live's Chief Political Correspondent John Pienaar
Tony Livesey hosts listeners' reactions to the Tory manifesto with Grant Shapps. They talk about scrapping HIP packs and public services.
Richard Bacon talks to Tory blogger Iain Dale about the Conservative manifesto launch. Iain explains how their 'people power' ideas will work.
David Cameron delivers the Conservative Party manifesto for the General Election 2010. With analysis from John Pienaar.
Nerys Evans, Plaid Cymru's Director of Policy, discusses their party manifesto which focuses on seven priorities to protect the most vulnerable in society.
David Campbell Bannerman, UKIP Deputy Leader and Head of Policy, talks to Nicky about his party's manifesto which includes boosting the economy, cutting migration and leaving Europe.
The Shadow Foreign Secretary, William Hague, talks to Nicky about his party's manifesto including their proposals on allowing parents to set up their own schools, immigration and tax.
Work and Pensions Secretary Yvette Cooper takes listeners calls on the Labour Party manifesto for the General Election, including their proposals on health and tax.
Labour's election co-ordinator, Douglas Alexander explains why Labour still needs to fight for reform. He discusses their economy policies, public services and health, plus the issue of public trust.
Victoria's in Bromsgrove joined by Hilary Benn then Tony Wright (Lab), Simon Hughes (LD), Grant Shapps (Con) and Keith Brown, SNP.
Gordon Brown launches Labour's election manifesto
Nicky Campbell asks the audience "What would you put in your manifesto?" We get your view of what you want the parties to be putting in their manifestos.
Nicky Campbell talks to Ed Davey, the Lib Dem Foreign Affairs spokesperson, about tactical voting.
Nicky Campbell talks to Lord Adonis about Ed Davey's (Foreign Affairs spokesperson) view on tactical voting and the Lib Dems
Labour's Ben Bradshaw, the Liberal Democrats' Simon Hughes and the Conservatives' Theresa May join Victoria Derbyshire and John Pienaar to talk about the final PMQs before the election.
Peter Allen comes live from College Green at Westminster, and he's joined by Liam Byrne who's chief secretary to the Treasury, his shadow Philip Hammond, and the Lib Dems' Simon Hughes.
On the day the general election is announced, Victoria speaks to six candidates planning to stand in Watford. She also hears from the Lib Dems' Norman Lamb and the Conservative's Jeremy Hunt.
Home Secretary Alan Johnson speaks to Victoria about the election being called and why he thinks people should vote Labour on May 6th.
Standing in the shadow of Westminster Bridge, David Cameron pledges his future government, should the Tories win the election, will tackle the economic deficit and restore trust in politics.
The PM announces the dissolution of Parliament and the commencement of his general election campaign. He speaks about continuing to invest in public services and the ongoing fight against terrorism.
Elfyn Llwyd from Plaid and Stewart Hosie from the Scottish nationalists both say they will demand four areas of concession before joining into a coalition with a majority party post-election.
After his appearance on the Chancellor's Debate last night, listeners questioned the Liberal Democrat Vince Cable. How does he feel he fared, and what are his party's economic pledges?
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