Monday 5 October 2009
Here's what is coming up on tonight's programme:
"The convention is that I ask the questions, but never mind." - Jeremy Paxman to London Mayor Boris Johnson in a lively interview on Europe, and his relationship with David Cameron, which has just taken place at the Conservative party conference in Manchester, and which will be in tonight's programme.
Also tonight, Political editor Michael Crick has been on the trail of Ken Clarke, trying to get to the bottom of how divided the party really is over Europe.
And David Grossman is looking at the Conservative party's welfare proposals, asking just how different they are to Labour's, and how radical you can be when critics say your policies are a blueprint of those of the government you are hoping to replace.
Jeremy will also be speaking to shadow work and pensions secretary and women's minister Theresa May.
And US pollster Cornell Belcher will be applying the polling techniques he developed when working for the Democratic Party and Barack Obama ahead of last year's presidential election to assess how people view David Cameron and his party.
Join Jeremy at 10.30pm on BBC Two for all that and more.