A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn. We were on air Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, but off for election day and the count.
WEDNESDAY MAY 5
Jeremy Vine on the final opinion polls ahead of election day - and who they suggest will be heading to Number Ten.
Canvassers around the country have been stepping up their efforts for the final push ahead of the polls. Adam Fleming caught up some working in the Ealing Central and Acton seat.
A look back at some of the funny and serious moments of the 2010 general election campaign - set to music.
Andrew Neil's final Morning Report of the 2010 general election as he finds out the party leaders have been doing as the campaign enters its final 24 hours.
UKIP's former leader Nigel Farage on its bid for power at the general election.
Giles Dilnot talked to fishermen off the Sussex coast on the final stage of his national tour getting the views of voters.
TUESDAY MAY 4
North West Norfolk Labour candidate Manish Sood said Gordon Brown was the "worst PM ever" in an interview with his local newspaper.
Adam Fleming reports from the Tory-Lib Dem battle ground of Richmond Park in south west London, where Zac Goldsmith is trying to unseat Susan Kramer.
Douglas Alexander is tackled on the message from Labour cabinet members appearing to ask supporters to vote tactically. Conservative Jeremy Hunt and Liberal Democrat Ed Davey also give their views on the messages to voters.
Green Party leader Caroline Lucas on whether environmental issues have been overlooked in the general election campaign dominated by the economy.
Giles Dilnot talked to enthusiasts on the North Norfolk Railway in Sheringham about their voting intentions - on the day that tactical voting was in the news - as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Andrew Neil's Tuesday Morning Report with news of the press conferences and appearances from the leaders of the main three parties.
MONDAY MAY 3
Giles Dilnot talked to Cambridgeshire 'vikings' about their voting intentions - even on immigration - as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.
Former London mayor Livingstone said he would back Ed Balls for Labour leader if Gordon Brown were to step down after losing the general election.
Stephen Twigg who took the Enfield Southgate seat for Labour in 1997, from then-Defence Secretary Michael Portillo, looks forwards and backwards to surprise election results.
Gordon Brown and Gillian Duffy have a new online scuffle as digital guru Rory Cellan-Jones checks out the online political mash ups.
Andrew Neil's Monday Morning Report comes from the bank holiday hustings and a review of the weekend polls.
...AND BEFORE THAT