A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
FRIDAY APRIL 30
Andrew Neil's Friday Morning Report from the press conferences a few hours after the third and final TV debate between Nick Clegg, Gordon Brown and David Cameron.
Conservative Eric Pickles, Labour's Ben Bradshaw and LibDem Charles Kennedy give their reaction to the final TV leaders' debate ahead of the general election.
The SNPs Nicola Sturgeon on her view of the final leaders' TV debate ahead of the election and the battle for votes in Scotland.
Monster Raving Loony's Alan (Howlin Laud) Hope on how it plans to combat global warming with air conditioning on the outsides of buildings and wanting all socks to be sold in three in case buyers lose one.
Adam Fleming reports from the Perth and North Perthshire seat, and speaks to the SNP Tory, Labour, and LibDem candidates.
Giles Dilnot talked to glassworkers in Worcestershire about their voting intentions - the day after the final TV leaders' debate - as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
THURSDAY APRIL 29
Labour's Yvette Cooper, Conservative Theresa May and LibDem Steve Webb on their parties' plans for welfare reform.
Comedian and impressionist Jon Culshaw on the political gaffe and pivotal moments in election campaigns.
Rory Cellan Jones with the latest news from the web on what internet users are twittering and facebook-ing about in the so-called Digital Election - and how to use a radio microphone.
Giles Dilnot talked to zookeepers in Colwyn Bay about their voting intentions - and whether Gordon Brown meeting Gillian Duffy has changed their mind - as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Raymond Allerston on what happened to the SDP which was doing well in the 1980s - but not everyone would realise the party is still going - but with some major changes in policy.
Andrew Neil's Thursday Morning Report from the press conferences in the 24 hours after Gordon Brown met Gillian Duffy in Rochdale.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 28
Richard Deboo on the politics and manifesto of the Animals Count Party.
Gordon Brown is quizzed by Rochdale voter Gillian Duffy before he is caught on microphone describing her as a 'bigot'. Columnists Fiona Millar and Toby Young, and the BBC's John Pienaar give their reaction on the Daily Politics Election Special just after the encounter.
Tory Michael Gove describes a preview of Wednesday's Labour Party Election Broadcast as 'vile' and 'disgusting' and asks for an apology from Labour's Ed Balls, who then attacks Tory policies and adverts. Liberal Democrat Chris Huhne also gives his views.
Giles Dilnot talked to skateboarders in Stockport about their voting intentions (or lack of) as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Andrew Neil's Wednesday Morning Report from the press conferences.
Labour's Ed Balls, Tory Michael Gove and LibDem Chris Huhne on their parties' family and education policies.
TUESDAY APRIL 27
Andrew Neil asked the parties to come clean on where the cuts will really come as he covered the press conferences for his Tuesday Morning Report.
The Pirate Party's Andrew Robinson on its bid for general election success amid claims it is hurting the music industry by encouraging people to illegally download music.
Jo Coburn explains where the main parties stand on making post-election cuts to balance the books before she asks BBC economics correspondent Hugh Pym for his expert view.
Phillip Gould, who was strategist and polling adviser to Labour for the last five general elections, claims the polls can be turned round and reckons Gordon Brown could remain in Number Ten.
Giles Dilnot talked to members of Opera North in Leeds, as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Liberal Democrat Susan Kramer and Tory Philip Hammond are asked to explain how they can protect services and still balance the books.
MONDAY APRIL 26
Professor Robert Hazell from the Institute of Government claims it could take seven or ten days for a new government to be formed if there is a hung Parliament after the general election.
Liberal Democrat Matthew Oakeshott, former Conservative party chairman Norman Tebbit and former Labour First Minister of Scotland Jack McConnell on electoral reform.
Shadow Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt said funding for the Conservatives' proposed new schools would not have a financial effect on existing state schools.
Digital election guru Rory Cellan-Jones on why bloggers have failed to live up to the hype about them breaking stories - and another spat on Twitter.
Giles Dilnot talked to skydivers in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Robin Tilbook is quizzed on the costs and mechanics of an English Parliament - as the party fields candidates to gain devolved powers.
Andrew Neil pressed Nick Clegg and David Cameron on the PR question as he covered the press conferences for his Monday Morning Report.
...AND BEFORE THAT