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Today: Wednesday 5th May

The general election campaign is into its final day with the party leaders making a last push to win over undecided voters. Flights to and from most of Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland are being suspended because of more volcanic ash. And impressions from a Kenyan politician who is here to monitor our election.

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More people than ever are still undecided about how to vote at this stage of the election. Shadow Education Secretary, Michael Gove examines the Conservatives' electoral prospects.

Some airports in Scotland and Northern Ireland are closed due to volcanic ash. Andrew Haines of the Civil Aviation Authority analyses the latest risk presented by the Icelandic plume.

Business news with Adam Shaw.

As the election reaches its climax, Steve Hewlett, presenter of Radio 4's Media Show, takes a final look at how well the media, both traditional and new, have done in the coverage of the election.

Liberal Democrat treasury spokesman Vince Cable comments on the latest election polls, which suggest the parties are still very close.

Sports news with Garry Richardson.

Dr David Southall is a practising doctor again after the appeal court ruling that he should not have been struck off the medical register three years ago for accusing a woman of drugging and murdering her ten year-old son. He reflects on the case.

The paper review.

For voters, immigration is the second most important issue after the economy. Correspondent Kevin Connolly visits Peterborough, which has one of the highest concentrations of immigrants in the country.

Thought for the day with The Right Reverend James Jones, Bishop of Liverpool.

Home Secretary Alan Johnson outlines Labour's hopes of victory on the eve of polling.

The people who formed our leaders' debate focus groups in Manchester and Birmingham meet up for one last time to discuss not only the debates but the whole election campaign.

Sports news with Garry Richardson.

James Naughtie visits the Ealing Central and Acton constituency in search of how voters are making up their minds in this three-way West London marginal seat.

The latest polls suggest that four-in-ten people still have not decided which party they are going to vote for. Political editor Nick Robinson considers how the next 24 hours could determine their decision.

Business news with Adam Shaw.

Where does the UK Independence Party stand on immigration? UKIP's Nigel Farage says immigration and withdrawal of Britain from the EU are closely linked.

Author Will Self takes to the streets to find out what it means these days to be a 'Labourite'.

Many voters are in favour of hung parliament. Mary Riddell of the Daily Telegraph and Rachel Sylvester of The Times debate why this outcome seems so popular.

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