A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
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.
FRIDAY APRIL 16
American pollster Franz Luntz who tracked the TV debate between the party leaders gives his view on what the show could mean for the polls.
Labour's David Lammy, Tory Philip Hammond and LibDem Ed Davey review the 90-minute TV debate between between their party leaders.
Andrew Neil's Morning Report looks back over the first TV debate between Gordon Brown, Nick Clegg and David Cameron.
Giles Dilnot talked to the staff at Ayr Racecourse and the former jockey Peter Scudamore as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Peter Mandelson's dance partner Rita Mackenzie recommends him for Strictly Come Dancing after their dancefloor encounter in Blackpool.
The Independent Community and Health Concern Party's Richard Taylor on the party founded in 1999 in Kidderminster on the back of a campaign about the loss of casualty services.
Adam Fleming on the larger parties standing for Northern Ireland seats at the general election.
THURSDAY APRIL 15
Giles Dilnot talked to the owner and staff of a curry house in Glasgow as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
People on the Bournemouth seafront were asked if they would watch the first televised debate between Gordon Brown, Nick Clegg and David Cameron.
Actor Richard Schiff - who played Toby Ziegler in the West Wing - gives his view of the US presidential debates.
Conservative Blogger Iain Dale on the role of viral videos in the general election campaign.
Liberal Democrat education spokesman David Laws is quizzed over the party's economic plans and what it would do in a hung Parliament.
Digital election correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones tries to gauge how well the parties' online efforts are going.
Andrew Neil had no official London press conference to attend on Thursday as all eyes were on the evening TV leaders' debate, so today's Morning Report follows them as they prepare for the historic event.
Liberal Party leader Rob Wheway is asked about the differences between his party and the LibDems.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 14
Former party leader Iain Duncan Smith on the Tory message and reviewing its manifesto launch. Each day, Andrew Neil has the BIG INTERVIEW on the Daily Politics Election Special.
Malcolm Clark from the campaign group One Society on how to play leaders debate bingo, ahead of the three televised debates over the next three Thursdays.
Andrew Cooper from Populus on the size of the Tory lead in the polls and what that could mean for the general election result.
Danny Alexander on the Liberal Democrat election manifesto launch.
Giles Dilnot talked to slate miners near Keswick in Cumbria as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Libertarian Party leader Chris Mounsey on why it is just contesting one seat and the content of his blog.
Andrew Neil covers the general election morning press conferences - on Wednesday he was with the Labour Party.
Jeremy Vine's poll tracker
Jeremy Vine reviews what the opinions polls have been saying - and there have been 27 of them since Gordon Brown announced the date of the election just one week ago.
TUESDAY APRIL 13
Giles Dilnot talked to Lindy Hop dancers in Newcastle-upon-Tyne as part of his national tour talking to voters across the UK.
Labour Olympic minster Tessa Jowell is grilled by Andrew Neil in a series of big interviews for the Daily Politics Election Special.
UKIP leader Lord Pearson said he wants a hung Parliament as the party launches its manifesto for the general election.
Plaid leader Ieuan Wyn Jones on Welsh election battle and whether the party could support a Labour government.
Andrew Neil at Tuesday's general election press conferences - with UKIP and the Liberal Democrats.
Could the Conservatives have Labour by the Ed Balls as its candidate is using the web to raise funds for what's been dubbed the castration strategy. Adam Fleming reports.
MONDAY APRIL 12
Andrew Neil at Monday general election press conferences - with the Liberal Democrats.
Giles Dilnot talked to workers at a Belfast garage as part of his national tour talking to voters across the UK.
Labour blogger Hopi Sen on the role of the net and social networks in the election, plus why the Digital Economy Bill is a popular internet subject.
Rory Cellan-Jones on the latest website news as he looks at the role of the web in the so-called digital election.
Armed forces minister Bill Rammell on the launch of the Labour Party's election manifesto by Gordon Brown in Birmingham.
Conservative Liam Fox is the first major politician to be grilled by Andrew Neil in a series of big interviews for the Daily Politics Election Special.
Respect's George Galloway predicts his party will collect three seats and could have a crucial role in a hung Parliament.
...AND BEFORE THAT