This Week's Guests: 2014

Here's where to find out the names of the guests - and their videos - from This Week throughout the year.

October 16th, 2014

EARLY: Jon Gaunt, Victoria Derbyshire, and John Lydon

Diane Abbott, Michael Portillo, John Lydon and Jon Gaunt

Film: Cameron immigration pledge 'too little, too late'

Debate: How is immigration affecting the UK?

Westminster’s week of the living dead

CLIP: Punk veteran John Lydon kisses Andrew Neil on TV

FULL VERSION: No anger, just love, with Lydon on This Week

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

October 9th, 2014

EARLY: Mehdi Hasan, Nick Watt and David Baddiel

Mehdi Hasan, Miranda Green, Michael Portillo, Diane Abbott and David Baddiel

Hasan: Is Prime Minister Ed Miliband on the menu?

Watt steers through political headlines

Baddiel: Jews and Muslims 'basically the same religion'

LATER: Greg Hands, Michael Dugher, Tom Brake and Diane James

Labour's Liz McInnes on winning Heywood and Middleton

Clacton: Douglas Carswell becomes first elected UKIP MP

Clacton by-election: Statistics of Douglas Carswell's win

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

October 2nd, 2014

Francesca Martinez, Isabel Hardman and Paris Lees

Paris Lees, Tom Watson, Suzanne Evans, Francesca Martinez, Miranda Green and Michael Portillo.

Francesca Martinez on Ice Chancellor's benefits freeze

Debating changes to benefits and welfare

Hardman clucks through the Tory week

Evans: 'At least' eight UKIP MPs next year

Paris Lees: I have got saucy pics online

Twelfie pics of viewers in pyjamas

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

September 25th, 2014

George Galloway, Andrew Rawnsley, Damian McBride and Stephen K Amos

This Week panel on 25 September

I’d be happy if every member of ISIS was lying dead here in this street

Galloway: You killed a million people in Iraq

Andrew Rawnsley looks for a man called Ed

Stephen K Amos: Sticking to the script

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

September 18th, 2014

No programme due to coverage of the Scottish referendum result

September 11th, 2014

Elaine C Smith, Brian Cox, Niall Ferguson and Humza Yousaf

Diane Abbott, Michael Portillo, Andrew Neil, Humza Yousaf and Charles Kennedy

Smith's case for a yes independence vote

A Great Scottish Bake Off (or break-off)?

What referendum campaign means for Scotland and UK

Ex-pats Cox and Ferguson's views of Scotland's future

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

July 17th, 2014

Tanni Grey-Thompson, Isabel Hardman and Ginger Baker

Alan Johnson, Michael Portillo, Andrew Neil, Tanni Grey Thompson and Molly the Dog

Grey-Thompson: In their eyes, my life's not worth living

Hardman and dummies go window shopping on political week

Baker: Everyone thinks Cream was Eric's band because he played the guitar

Andrew Neil drums views in to the summer recess

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

July 10th, 2014

Tommy Sheridan, Sarah Charles Kennedy, Stewart Hosie, Susan Boyle and Nicola Benedetti

Susan Boyle and Nicola Benedetti

Sheridan: Choose a new fairer Scotland

Smith dresses for the political week

Predictions on the Scottish referendum result

Proof that Scotland's got talent: Boyle and Benedetti

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

July 3rd, 2014

Andrew Billen, Mary Ann Sieghart and Chelsea Handler

Andrew Neil and Chelsea Handler

Billen: Celebrity got too big for its boots and television

Sieghart on the week's news cycle

Handler: You sound like a drunk woman at a brothel

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

June 26th, 2014

Andrew Roberts, Victoria Derbyshire and Charlie Webster

Charlie Webster, Alan Johnson, Andrew Roberts and Miranda Green

Roberts: Obama is the worst president since Carter

Derbyshire treasures the week's news

Webster talks pressure (and biting)

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

June 19th, 2014

John McTernan, Nick Watt and Sofie Grabol

Sofie Grabol, Michael Portillo, Diane Abbott and Miranda Green

McTernan: We were right to go into Iraq and we left too early

Watt's Chinese whispers of the political week

Killing star Sofie heads to the Scottish stage

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

June 12th, 2014

Sarfraz Manzoor, Jane Moore and Annabel Croft

Sarfraz Manzoor, Michael Portillo, Annabel Croft and Alan Johnson

Manzoor: I don't think there is a Trojan Horse plot

Jane Moore's review of the political week

Annabel Croft talks gender politics

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

June 5th, 2014

EARLY: Mr Kate Williams, Andrew Rawnsley and Hank Marvin

LATE: Diane James, Grant Shapps, Jon Ashworth and Sir Malcolm Bruce

Andrew Neil and Hank Marvin

This Week's Guests: 2014

Kate Williams on future of UK monarchy

Andrew Rawnsley reviews a royal week

Talking heroes with Hank Marvin

Conservatives win Newark by-election

UKIP 'encouraged' by Newark result

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

May 22nd and 29th, 2014

No programmes due to election night and recess

May 15th, 2014

Mr Drew (Stephen Drew), Sarah Smith, Natalie Bennett, Nigel Farage and Clarke Peters

Natalie Bennett and Nigel Farage

Mr Drew: Free schools just don't make sense

Smith reviews the week at Westminster and Holyrood

Election week debate with Bennett and Farage

Clark Peters: We can get rid of the N-word

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

May 8th, 2014

Dan Hodges, James Landale and Ruby Wax

Michael Portillo, Ruby Wax, Miranda Green and Dan Hodges

Labour policy offer: 'Voters aren’t swallowing it'

Landale (and Landale) on the election race

Wax: If you don't have curiosity, you are a moron

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

May 1st, 2014

Christine Hamilton, Kevin Maguire, John Pienaar, Nick Watt Quentin Letts, and Henry Blofeld

Dine Abbott, Michael Portill, Andrew Neil and Christine Hamilton

Hamilton: The political elite don't know how to stop us

What does UKIP rise mean for the 2015 general election?

Reviewing the political week with Dads' Army

Henry Blofeld talks humiliation in sport (and politics)

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

April 17th and 24th, 2014

No programmes through Easter recess

April 10th, 2014

Theo Paphitis, Isabel Hardman and Aisling Bea

Isabel Hardman on chocolate bunnies

Paphitis: Squeezed middle 'does not actually exist'

Hardman stirs up the Westminster week

Aisling Bea: A tiny little symbolism that makes a huge difference

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

April 3rd, 2014

Rachel Johnson, Quentin Letts and Angela Rippon

Rachel Johnson, Miranda Green, Angela Rippon, with Missy Piggy and Kermit muppets

Johnson: It takes a lot of money to be this skinny

Debating Rachel Johnson's film on healthy eating

Letts digs over the week's political news

Angela Rippon talks make-up and how men and women look

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

March 27th, 2014

David Starkey, Laura Kuenssberg and Warwick Davis

Andrew Neil and Warwick Davis

Politicians 'abandoned any discernible pursuit of the national interest'

Debating David Starkey's film on political leadership

Kuenssberg reviews political week at Westminster

A scary Gove and Portillo archive

Warwick Davis: Typecasting is not always a negative thing

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

March 20th, 2014

Liam Halligan, Kevin Maguire and Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Ranulph Fiennes, Miranda Green and Liam Halligan

'We have made threats to Russia we just can't keep'

Halligan debates Russia with This Week panel

Sherlock, aka Maguire, reviews the political week

Ranulph Fiennes talks political adventures - and chopping off fingers

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

March 13th, 2014

Owen Jones, Isabel Hardman and Sol Campbell

Andrew Neil and Owen Jones

Owen Jones on Bob Crow's legacy for the trade unions

Debating Bob Crow's legacy and union power in Britain

Isabel Hardman reviews the political week

Sol Campbell talks 'inconvenient truths'

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

March 6th, 2014

Douglas Murray, Nick Watt and Rupert Everett

Douglas Murray, Diane Abbott and Rupert Everett

Douglas Murray talks Ukraine and Russia

Viking Watt reviews the political week

Rupert Everett's call to legalise prostitution

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

February 27th, 2014

Pat Kane, Rafael Behr and Stewart Lee

Alan Johnson, Michael Portillo, Andrew Neil and Stewart Lee with Molly the dog

Pat Kane's case for Scottish independence

Behr's round-up of Westminster political week

Comedian Stewart Lee talks sensitivity

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

February 20th, 2014

No programme - Parliament in recess

February 13th, 2014

Paul Daniels, Debbie McGee, Victoria Derbyshire and Matthew Modine

Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee

Daniels and McGee on Environment Agency floods response

Westminster political news review with Victoria Derbyshire

Matthew Modine on Full Metal Jacket film computer app

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

February 6th, 2014

John Amaechi , Anne McElvoy and Brian Cox

John Amaechi

Sochi Olympics: John Amaechi on gay rights and sport

Westminster political news review with Anne McElvoy

Actor Brian Cox on alcohol, water and binge drinking

Brian Cox: Scottish independence 'getting there slowly'

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

January 30th, 2014

Dr Halla Diyab, Andrew Rawnsley and Dr Leah Totton

Andrew Neil and Leah Totton

Syria: Dr Halla Diyab on refugees in UK and Arab states

Westminster political news review from Andrew Rawnsley

Apprentice winner Dr Leah Totton talks entrepreneurs

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

January 23rd, 2014

Amanda Stretton, Nick Watt and Russell Kane

Andrew Neil, Amanda Stretton and Miranda Green

Amanda Stretton on sexism in politics and motor sport

Political review of Westminster week with Nick Watt

Russell Kane on aspiration and working class kids

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

January 16th, 2014

David Ginola, Jane Moore and Ross Kemp

Andrew Neil and Ross Kemp

Ginola on French president Francois Hollande's marriage

Westminster week political review with Jane Moore

Ross Kemp on sex and drugs slaves around the world

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

January 9th, 2014

Katie Hopkins, James Landale and Dan Snow

Katie Hopkins

Katie Hopkins: More welfare cuts for Benefits Street

Benefits and welfare: Diane Abbott and Katie Hopkins

Political review in Landale's public information film

Political history: Dan Snow on Blackadder TV lessons

Whole show on iPlayer (available for UK viewers for 12 months)

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