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Andrew settles back into his chair and welcomes back his old pals, the Simon Cowell and Sharon
Osborne of late night political discourse: Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo.
We have a first look at our special guest, Gordon the puppet, and ask Andrew and Diane for
Is it an angry clash of cultures or a bad case of cross purposes? First the Pope apologised for
offending Muslim sensibilities. Anyone can make a mistake. Then the cabinet's favourite licensed
bruiser - John Reid - butted heads with militant Muslims in East London. Is there any hope for a
calm and sensible debate? We've turned to the British Muslim activist, Salma Yaqoob, for
her Take Of The Week.
It's that time of year again, where politicians, back from their ten week summer break, spend a
little time by the seaside. (Or in the case of Labour this year, a week beside the Manchester Ship
Canal.) First up were the Lib Dems, headed by their newer, older leader - Ming Campbell. So could
they put the Zing into Ming? We had our man on the case. the Daily Mail's Quentin Letts.
And we respond to his Round Up with Lembit Ípik.
We return to Downing Street to peek on Gordon the puppet, as voiced by Rory Bremner.
If you're a good parent, your weans will have been in bed for a good few hours by now. But if
you're a bad parent, you're probably watching this from between the sheets, while they're
downstairs knocking back the Blue Nun. And it appears that our children are in crisis. At least,
that's what an assortment of politicians, the clergy and various "child experts" have been saying.
We put childhood in the Spotlight with the help of James and Oliver Phelps, who you might
recognise as Fred and George Weasley from the films of the Harry Potter books.
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