As some of you missed the programme from a few weeks ago - here's the discussion. Each politician answers a series of ten yes/no questions and talks about what makes it so difficult (Duration: 11.40 mins).
And if you want to hear Eddie Mair take a yes/no challenge (he really does spend all day Googling himself), have a listen here (Duration: 1.10 mins).
Fish Farm Manager, Probation Officer and Librarian. Some of the careers advice suggested to journalists in our office (between you and me, she'd have been far better managing fish).
We got talking about it after news today that children as young as seven are to be offered careers guidance under a new government scheme in England.
We may not have gone on into the suggested careers but it influenced our thinking about jobs.
Did the careers advice you received effect what you went on to do? Or perhaps you're a careers advisor or teacher who has watched pupils go on to do the most unexpected things? Comment below, email us or tweet.
Question Time attracted 7.8 million viewers at its peak on Thursday night. So many people took an interest in what was happening. But during the broadcast I was with two people with a special interest in it.
Alan and Tom are neighbours in Shrewsbury. Alan is a big BNP supporter and Tom is fervently opposed. A few months back, in the wake of our iPM opinion poll on neighbourliness, we brought them together for their first real conversation in 18 years. They had a sharp and frank discussion in our Shrewsbury studio about their politics. You can hear it in full and read listeners' reactions here.
We wondered how Alan and Tom felt about Nick Griffin being on the programme, so I paid them a visit at their homes, before during and after Question Time.
Our three politicians in the green room before coming on the show.... No, not really, it's the creators of the Z Cars (David E. Rose, Michael Leeston-Smith, John Hopkins) ruminating over ideas in 1963.
If there are some ideas you'd like to ruminate with us over - get in touch.
Or just send us a single sentence about your week. My favourite from last week
"I've just done three rounds of Silverstone at 150 mph. Not bad for a granny of 72."
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