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This Week schedule through the 2010 general election

This Week team
Extra faces will be joining Michael, Diane and Andrew

This Week will have extra shows - and be on different days - through the general election period.

And there are extra faces on our red sofa, as we go twice a week in the final three weeks before the election.

The issues with volcanic ash and planes means some of our planned guests are not able to appear any more, so keep an eye out on here and on twitter for updates.

As ever, shows are sometimes delayed by about 30 or 45 minutes in Soctland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

All shows are repeated on BBC Parliament and are on the BBC iPlayer for seven days.

WEEK STARTING MONDAY APRIL 12

Monday April 12:
23:30-00.15: This Week

Thursday April 15:
23:45-00.30: This Week
Guests: Simon Schama, Jon Culshaw, Ulrika Jonsson, Clive Anderson


WEEK STARTING MONDAY APRIL 19

Monday April 19:
23:35-00.20: This Week
Guests: Richard Madeley, Jay Rayner

Thursday April 22:
23:45-00.30: This Week
Guests: Gurinder Chadha, Gyles Brandreth

WEEK STARTING MONDAY APRIL 26

Monday April 26:
23:35-00.20: This Week
Guests: Louie Spence, John Pienaar and Will Self

Thursday April 29:
23:45-00.30: This Week
Guests: Cherie Lunghi,

WEEK STARTING MONDAY MAY 3

Tuesday May 4:
23:30-00.15: This Week
Guests: Fiona Phillips, Armando Iannucci

Thursday May 6:
Polling Day: BBC Election programme starts at 21:55 and runs overnight on BBC One and BBC News Channel

WEEK STARTING MONDAY MAY 10

Back to normal schedule

Thursday May 13:
23:35-00.20: This Week



SEE ALSO
DP Election Debates
22 Mar 10 |  Daily Politics
Daily Politics election schedule
18 Mar 10 |  Daily Politics
This Week election schedule
18 Mar 10 |  This Week
Timetable to Election 2010
06 Apr 10 |  UK election


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