A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil, Jo Coburn and Giles Dilnot.
Only two shows this week - we return on Tuesday 6 April.
PREVIEWING THE ELECTION DEBATES
Andrew Neil reveals the plans for nine Daily Politics election debates that he will host between the major parties' big guns.
TUESDAY MARCH 30
Eddie Izzard, Kirstie Alsopp, Daniel Radcliffe and Floella Benjamin are some of the celebrities who have said how they will vote at the general election. Adam Fleming reports.
Charles Kennedy, David Davis and Caroline Flint on the pros and cons of celebrity support for political parties.
Tony Blair gave a speech in his former constituency of Sedgefield, where he praised his successor Gordon Brown.
The parties have traded blows over the fairest way to care for the elderly, and the government has published a White Paper - Charles Kennedy, David Davis and Caroline Flint give their views.
Labour's Caroline Flint, Tory David David and LibDem Charles Kennedy on the TV debate between the candidates to be the next Chancellor.
MONDAY MARCH 29
While the general election is expected on 6 May, there will certainly be votes for council seats and mayoralties across England on that date. Giles Dilnot explains.
Jules Pipe, the Labour Mayor of Hackney, Merrick Cockell, leader of Kensington and Chelsea for the Conservatives, and Caroline Pidgeon, a Liberal Democrat councillor in Southwark on the English local elections in May.
Shadow chief secretary to the Treasury Phillip Hammond is quizzed on Tory spending plans - while Labour's Lord Layard joins in the debate.
Comedian Andy Zaltzman, who co-presents the Times' satirical news podcast and Lord Layard on being happy.
Government 'happiness czar' Lord Layard, a founder director of the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics, on the politics of making people happy.
...AND BEFORE THAT