A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil, Jo Coburn and Shelagh Fogarty.
FRIDAY MARCH 5
Kevin Maguire, associate editor of the Mirror, and Tom Newton Dunn, political editor of the Sun, on Gordon Brown appearing before the Chilcot Inquiry.
Colonel Richard Kemp, former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, gives his views on Gordon Brown at the Chilcot Inquiry.
Publishers have announced Tony Blair's memoirs will appear in September and will be called The Journey. Kevin Maguire, associate editor of the Mirror, and Tom Newton Dunn, political editor of the Sun, give their views.
Remembering the highlights of ex-Labour leader Michael Foot who died this week.
A musical rundown of the biggest political stories of the week up to 5 March - as read on the BBC news website - are revealed in the Daily Politics' Top of the Political Pops with Giles Dilnot.
THURSDAY MARCH 4
Shadow Business Secretary Ken Clarke tells Andrew Neil about Conservative election pledges and how a future Tory government would operate.
Shadow Business Secretary Ken Clarke and George Monbiot on the tax affairs of Tory deputy party chairman Lord Ashcroft.
George Monbiot reports from his home as he digs up the truth on climate change.
Climate change guru George Monbiot takes on sceptic James Delingpole who writes for the Daily Telegraph.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 3
Nick Robinson and Tessa Jowell MP on some of the best political gaffes since the last general election.
Andrew Neil with BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson, Labour's Tessa Jowell and Tory Michael Gove pay tribute to former Labour leader Michael Foot.
The Daily Politics' analysis of PMQs as Jo Coburn and Andrew Neil talk to BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson, Labour's Tessa Jowell and Tory Michael Gove.
Tessa Jowell and Michael Gove are asked why millions of people are missing from the electoral roll. More than half of young people eligible to vote are not registered to do so, the elections watchdog has warned.
Tessa Jowell and Michael Gove on Jon Venables being recalled to prison after breaching the terms of his release. Venables , now 27, and Robert Thompson killed James Bulger on Merseyside in 1993.
Compulsory uniforms, targeted inspections, pupil premiums, Swedish schools are among the ideas being proposed by the main political parties for improving standards in England's schools. Giles Dilnot reports.
Labour's Tessa Jowell, Tory Michael Gove and Liberal Democrat David Laws on their party's policies on schools in England.
Former children's laureate Michael Morpurgo stands outside the Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre in Bedfordshire to give his views on how child asylum seekers are treated in the UK.
TUESDAY MARCH 2
Labour MP Frank Field and columnist Dominic Lawson on the BBC strategy announcement that could see radio and web services scaled back.
UKIP MEP Nigel Farage who has been told to make a series of apologies after his comments on Herman Van Rompuy and Belgian told the Daily Politics: 'I have not done this as a publicity stunt'.
Columnist Dominic Lawson on Nigel Farage's comments in the EU Parliament about Belgians and Herman Van Rompuy.
Gilt dealer Clem Chambers, John McFall from the treasury select committee and columnist Dominic Lawson on the fortunes of the pound and other currencies.
BBC Economics Editor Stephanie Flanders on the pound, after Jo Coburn explains the background to the falling value of sterling.
MONDAY MARCH 1
Communities secretary John Denham and Mike Jones, the Conservative leader of Cheshire West and Chester Council on a BBC survey of English councils which found spending on leisure services, roads and libraries is likely to be chopped back as budgets are squeezed, and up to one in ten council jobs could go.
When the Icelandic bank Icesave collapsed in 2008, the British government promised to insure savers' deposits and a deal was done for the money to be paid back - but that's now being put to a referendum in Iceland.
Treasury Select Committee Chairman John McFall on Iceland's plans to replay money to the UK after the collapse of its banks.
Liberal Democrat Norman Baker on the nursery for the children of MPs, peers and their staff could cost nearly £500,000.
Communities Secretary John Denham on Labour and Tory non-doms in Parliament after Lord Ashcroft clarified his tax status.
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