The comedian/activist is in Sheffield to consider plans both for Buckingham Palace and for reducing knife crime. From February 2012.
Comedian-activist Mark Thomas heads to Sheffield City Hall in search of new proposals for his People's Manifesto.
This week's agenda:
1) Councils to plant fruit trees in public spaces
2) 3 Years' free education for all between age 25 and retirement
3) Buckingham Palace to be converted into homeless flats
Plus lots of "any other business" suggestions for the studio audience, including a novel approach to reducing knife crime.
Written and presented by Mark Thomas
Produced by Colin Anderson.