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The two joint-leaders of Britain's new coalition government speak and answer media questions in the garden of Downing Street. John Pienaar and the Times' Daniel Finkelstein provide analysis.
One of the Liberal Democrats chief negotiators in the coalition agreement, David Laws, discusses which Lib Dem policies will be honoured in the power partnership.
Nicky Campbell asks the successful parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavillion on her plans for the future and about the hung parliament
The former Lib Dem leader talks to Nicky Campbell about the position of his party after election night
Nicky Campbell takes your calls and listens to your opinions on who you want to be PM after an election night result of a hung parliament
One of the high profile casualties of the election is Jacqui Smith, the first female home secretary, who loses her seat to the Conservatives.
The First Minister of Scotland takes listeners' calls, hosted by Nicky Campbell.
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.
Philip Hammond and Chris Huhne give their reaction and listeners tell us why they're voting tactically and discuss whether a new electoral system would make more sense.
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.
Victoria's programme came live from Leeds where she discussed the issue of crime with 200 listeners and a panel of senior politicians, includnig Alan Johnson, Chris Grayling and Chris Huhne.
Mark Hutchings reports from Cardiff where he hears from a jazz band of first-time voters about their intentions at the polls, through the medium of music.
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.
The Conservative leader David Cameron speaks to Peter Allen while out on his campaign tour of the country.
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".
Mr Clegg takes questions from listeners on banking reform, tax plans, the leadership issue, the EU and Euro, immigration, his constituency work and whether Louis Theroux was ever really his fag...
Along side a 200 strong audience, Phillip Hammond, Gina Dowding, Steve Webb and Rosie Winterton debate the economy
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.
Shadow Business Secretary, Ken Clarke, says it was predictable that the press would attack Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg after his popularity grew.
Richard chairs Tory blogger Iain Dale as Nick Clegg, Lib Dem candidate Lembit Opik as Gordon Brown and former Labour spin doctor Lance Prince as David Cameron
Trevor Kavanah (Associate Editor of The Sun), Sunny Hundall (writer for Liberalconspiracy blog) and Dan Sabbagh (former Media Editor for The Times) debate with listeners about the power of the papers
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
Nicky Campbell talks to Danny Alexander (Lib) about the Lib Dem manifesto
Gordon Brown has admitted that he should have taken a tougher line with the banks when he was Chancellor. Ralf Silva is a banking analyst from SRN Financial, and reacts to the PM's remarks.
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.
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.
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.
Peter Allen asks UKIP leader Lord Pearson what type of electoral reform he supports? However, Lord Pearson soon discusses the impact on the UK if they left Europe and how more jobs would be created.
Nigel Follett became disillusioned about politicians following the expenses scandal. Trying to convince him to vote is Lib Dem MP Susan Kramer and Labour MP Lord Adonis.
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.
Lord Mandelson, Labour's Business Secretary; Sarah Teather, Lib Dem Housing Spokeswoman; and Conservative blogger, Iain Dale discuss the prospects for the Election campaign.
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.
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.
Gordon Brown has promised to secure the economic recovery, halve the budget deficit and make Government more accountable. Labour, Lib Dem, Conservative and SNP politicians debate.
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