The big political stories with lively discussion and expert comment and analysis. Presenter Carolyn Quinn is joined by politicians and journalists every Sunday night at 10pm on BBC Radio 4.
Sun, 2 Mar 14
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Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss the deepening crisis in Ukraine, the Scottish independence campaign and what’s coming up in Westminster this week.
Sun, 23 Feb 14
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It’s all about relationships – whether Scotland and the UK, Cameron and Merkel, Labour and the Unions or even Clegg v Farage! Plenty for Carolyn Quinn to discuss with her guests, MPs Jake Berry and David Lammy, Baroness Grender and journalist Tony Grew. And we report from Scotland on the Lib Dem fight for survival.
Sun, 16 Feb 14
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Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss weather, women and Wythenshawe.
Sun, 9 Feb 14
5 days remaining
Has government failed us over floods? Labour breaks its silence on public services, and should smoking be banned in cars? Carolyn Quinn asks Mps John Glen and Bridget Phillipson. James Lyons of the Daily Mirror surveys the week ahead. And we look back on the 900 year history of Westminster Hall.
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