Friday 30 April 2010
He has been prime minister since 2007, through the financial crisis and the MP expenses scandal, and now he wants your vote to carry on.
Tonight, Gordon Brown faces Jeremy Paxman, who will be asking Mr Brown what he wants to do with five more years in power.
The interview will be broadcast at 2030 on BBC One and we'll have highlights at 2230 on BBC Two.
And Michael Crick is in Morley and Outwood, for our final Friday Night at the Marginals.
The area's traditional industries, such as textiles in Morley and mining in Outwood, have all but vanished, though the constituency has made a good recovery, buoyed by a diversified economy and proximity to the booming city of Leeds.
But can Ed Balls hold on to his seat here in the face of a strong challenge from Antony Calvert of the Conservatives? And what impact has Cleggmania had on Labour's chances of holding on to this seat and others like it?
More details later.