Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Alastair Campbell. Tom Holland gives his take on so-called Islamic State, and how the group should be referred to.
Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Alastair Campbell on the red sofas. They are joined by historian and author Tom Holland who gives his take on so-called Islamic State in the wake of the Tunisia terrorist attack, and how the group should be referred to.
The Guardian's Zoe Williams rounds up the week in a film, before Greek journalist and author Maria Margaronis joins the panel to look at issues in her homeland. Plus the politics of sport with musician Brian May, who is campaigning to make sure that the ban on fox hunting is not overturned.
|Interviewed Guest||Tom Holland|
|Interviewed Guest||Brian May|
|Interviewed Guest||Maria Margaronis|
|Assistant Producer||James Fitzgerald|
|Assistant Editor||Richard Garvin|
|Executive Producer||Robbie Gibb|
|Executive Producer||Samir Shah|