A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil, Jo Coburn and Shelagh Fogarty.
FRIDAY MARCH 26
A musical rundown of the biggest political stories of the week up to 26 March - as read on the BBC news website - are revealed in the Daily Politics' Top of the Political Pops with Giles Dilnot.
Gordon Brown and Alistair Darling are more trusted to steer the economy through the downturn, a Daily Politics/Comres poll finds.
Dave Prentis from the Unison union and by Matthew Sinclair from the Taxpayers' Alliance. on what the budget could mean for public sector workers. Journalists Kevin Maguire and Sam Coates join in the debate.
Joan Bakewell, the government's champion of the elderly, and Dolores Murray, one of the Zimmers, on whether older people matter to the politicians.
Older people are more likely to vote than most and there's a good chance the issues that matter to them will feature prominently in the coming election.
THURSDAY MARCH 25
A chart of the favourite political songs has been drawn up by the New Statesman and Tony Blackburn picks out some that made the Top 20.
Stephen Timms, Philip Hammond and Lord Oakeshott pick their top music after Tony Blackburn highlights the chart rundown and gives his views.
Shelagh Fogarty and BBC Radio Five live's Jon Pienaar review the headlines from Wednesday's Budget.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Stephen Timms, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Philip Hammond, and Liberal Democrat Treasury Spokesman Lord Oakeshott review the Budget 24 hours after the Chancellor's speech.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 24
TUESDAY MARCH 23
Some LibDem candidates have been criticised for tailoring their message depending on their opponent. Adam Fleming reports from two very different constituencies.
Mark Littlewood, Director of the Institute of Economic Affairs and former head of media for the Liberal Democrats, and the party's former leader Sir Menzies Campbell on tailoring the election message.
Former LibDem leader Sir Menzies Campbell, with Michael Brown from the Independent and Nick Watt from the Guardian on the MP lobbying allegations.
Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party, Tony Lloyd is asked about Stephen Byers, Patricia Hewitt and Geoff Hoon who are under investigation over their apparent willingness to help a lobbying firm in return for cash.
As Budget Day approaches , we look at the calls on the Chancellor as he faces all sorts of demands on his limited fiscal powers. We took soundings from Citizens Advice, National Association of Estate Agents, the Institute of Directors and the PCS union.
MONDAY MARCH 22
Parties and their supporters twitch nervously every day when the latest opinion polls are published. But how do they work and do they affect the parties' strategy? Giles Dilnot asks if they they affect the way we vote.
Matthew Taylor, Tony Blair's former Director of Political Strategy who is now Chief Executive to the Royal Society of Arts, on what politicians really think of the opinion polls.
Shadow Leader of the House Sir George Young on newspaper claims that MPs were secretly filmed saying they would take money to lobby ministers for private companies.
Ben Bradshaw and Jeremy Hunt on which party can be trusted to fund the arts as Tory and Labour are faced with balancing the books.
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