David Dimbleby chairs a debate in Tower Hamlets in east London. He is joined by Justine Greening, Paddy Ashdown, Douglas Alexander, Nicola Sturgeon and Kelvin MacKenzie.
David Dimbleby chairs a debate in Tower Hamlets in east London. He is joined by a panel comprising of transport secretary Justine Greening; former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Paddy Ashdown; Labour's shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander; deputy first minister of Scotland and deputy leader of the Scottish National Party, Nicola Sturgeon; and Daily Mail columnist and former editor of the Sun, Kelvin MacKenzie.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
David Dimbleby introduces the panel in London.
High speed rail
Nearly £33 billion is going to be spent on high speed rail, to get to Birmingham 30 minutes earlier. Is there really no better way you can spend our money?
Who would be worse off if the marriage breaks up - England or Scotland?
The future of newspapers
Can the tabloids survive the Leveson Inquiry?
Should the NHS be paying for the removal of potentially faulty breast implants purchased privately for cosmetic reasons?
David Dimbleby looks ahead to future programmes.
Role Contributor Presenter David Dimbleby Executive Producer Steve Anderson Series Editor Nicolai Gentchev Participant Justine Greening Participant Paddy Ashdown Participant Douglas Alexander Participant Nicola Sturgeon Participant Kelvin MacKenzie