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John Humphrys chairs from Weston Super Mare. With Labour's Shaun Woodward, Tory Pauline Neville-Jones, Lib Dem Julia Goldsworthy, writer Will Self and sportsman James Cracknell.

Question Time comes from Weston Super Mare, chaired by John Humphrys. The panel includes Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Shaun Woodward, the Conservative shadow security minister Pauline Neville-Jones, the Liberal Democrat spokesman on communities and local government Julia Goldsworthy, the cultural commentator and writer Will Self and the rowing champion, double Olympic gold medallist, television presenter and writer James Cracknell.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 15 Nov 2009 18:00


Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • Introduction

    John Humphrys introduces the panel.

    Duration: 01:14

  • MoD bonuses

    Should civil servants in the MOD receive bonuses when UK troops are dying from lack of equipment?

    Duration: 12:25

  • Gordon Brown letter

    If one of your relatives were killed in Afghanistan, would you be insulted by a mistake ridden, scrawled note from the Prime Minister?

    Duration: 04:47

  • David Cameron and The Sun

    In view of the backlash over the ‘Janes letter’, should David Cameron now distance himself from The Sun?

    Duration: 11:32

  • Immigration

    Are the PM’s new plans to be tougher on immigration just too little too late?

    Duration: 14:22

  • DNA

    Is it right to keep innocent individuals’ DNA for six years on a database?

    Duration: 09:16

  • BBC salaries

    Are the large salaries enjoyed by BBC executives justified?

    Duration: 02:54

  • End credits

    John Humphrys talks about programmes in the coming weeks and future panellists.

    Duration: 01:24


Role Contributor
Presenter John Humphrys
Executive Producer Steve Anderson
Participant Shaun Woodward
Participant Will Self
Participant James Cracknell