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Episode dated 2 November 1982

2 November 1982

Peter Sissons ... Himself - Newscaster

Trevor McDonald ... Himself - Diplomatic Correspondent
Godfrey Hodgson ... Himself - Foreign Affairs Reporter
Sarah Hogg ... Herself - Industry and Finance Correspondent
Ian Ross ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 3 November 1982

3 November 1982

Peter Sissons ... Himself - Newscaster

Trevor McDonald ... Himself - Diplomatic Correspondent
Elinor Goodman ... Herself - Reporter
Godfrey Hodgson ... Himself - Foreign Affairs Reporter

Episode dated 24 September 1986

24 September 1986

Michael Billington ... Himself

Diana Rigg ... Herself

Episode dated 12 September 1996

12 September 1996


Noel Gallagher ... Himself
Paul Gallagher ... Himself

Episode dated 19 July 2001

19 July 2001

Ian Hislop ... Himself

Episode dated 13 August 2001

13 August 2001

Max Clifford ... Himself

Episode dated 2 January 2002

2 January 2002


Eddie Izzard ... Himself

Episode dated 12 February 2002

12 February 2002


Julian Fellowes ... Himself

Episode dated 27 February 2002

27 February 2002

Nicholas Parsons ... Himself

Episode dated 14 March 2002

14 March 2002


Gisele Bündchen ... Herself (archive footage)

Curtis Rivers ... Himself

Ridley Scott ... Himself

Episode dated 21 July 2003

21 July 2003


Gisele Bündchen ... Herself (archive footage)

Arnold Schwarzenegger ... Himself

Episode dated 9 September 2003

9 September 2003

Gitta Sereny ... Herself

Episode dated 9 February 2004

9 February 2004


Eugene Levy ... Himself

Michael McKean ... Himself

Episode dated 29 February 2004

29 February 2004


Michael McKean ... Himself

Annette O'Toole ... Herself

Episode dated 19 May 2004

19 May 2004

Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter
Henry Olonga ... Himself

Episode dated 1 June 2004

1 June 2004

Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter
David Owen ... Himself (as Lord Owen)

Episode dated 15 June 2004

15 June 2004

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown ... Herself
Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 5 July 2004

5 July 2004

Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter
Bill Deedes ... Himself (as Lord Deedes)

Episode dated 18 August 2004

18 August 2004

Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter

Kenneth Glenaan ... Himself

Episode dated 29 September 2004

29 September 2004
On the day rock legend Bono addressed the Labour Party conference, musician and left-wing activist Billy Bragg tells Jon Snow why he admires the U2 frontman more than his fellow Live Aid (1985) (TV) veteran Phil Collins.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter

Billy Bragg ... Himself

Episode dated 5 November 2004

5 November 2004


Mel Brooks ... Himself
Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 24 November 2004

24 November 2004


Ian Cashmore ... Himself
Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter
Beryl Cook ... Herself

Episode dated 16 December 2004

16 December 2004

Angela Chee ... Herself - Reporter
Geoff Hoon ... Himself

Episode dated 6 January 2005

6 January 2005

Episode dated 16 March 2005

16 March 2005

Clare Short ... Herself

Episode dated 22 April 2005

22 April 2005

Charles Kennedy ... Himself

Episode dated 10 May 2005

10 May 2005

David Bellamy ... Himself
George Monbiot ... Himself

Episode dated 25 May 2005

25 May 2005


Thom Yorke ... Himself

Episode dated 18 July 2005

18 July 2005

Kenneth Clarke ... Himself
Ed Vaizey ... Himself

Episode dated 19 July 2005

19 July 2005

Ken Livingstone ... Himself

Episode dated 12 August 2005

12 August 2005

John McCririck ... Himself

Episode dated 20 September 2005

20 September 2005

John Reid ... Himself (as Dr. John Reid)

Episode dated 4 October 2005

4 October 2005


Ronnie Corbett ... Himself
David Nobbs ... Himself
David Owen ... Himself (as Lord Owen)

Episode dated 9 October 2005

9 October 2005

Hilary Benn ... Himself

Episode dated 25 October 2005

25 October 2005

Ruth Kelly ... Herself (as Ruth Kelly MP)

Episode dated 29 November 2005

29 November 2005


Gisele Bündchen ... Herself (archive footage)
Malcolm Wicks ... Himself (as Malcolm Wicks MP)

Episode dated 27 February 2006

27 February 2006

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
David Blunkett ... Himself (as David Blunkett MP)
Harriet Harman ... Herself (as Harriet Harman MP)

Episode dated 9 March 2006

9 March 2006

Alex Thomson ... Studio Presenter
Jon Snow ... Location Presenter
Jack Straw ... Himself (as Jack Straw MP)

Episode dated 7 April 2006

7 April 2006

Samira Ahmed ... Herself - Presenter
Tom Clarke ... Himself - Science Correspondent
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - News Correspondent
Faisal Islam ... Himself - Economics Correspondent
Lucy Manning ... Herself - Reporter
Lindsay Taylor ... Himself - News Correspondent

Episode dated 13 April 2006

13 April 2006

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Malcolm Wicks ... Himself (as Malcolm Wicks MP)

Episode dated 16 May 2006

16 May 2006


Gisele Bündchen ... Herself (archive footage)
Benjamin Cohen ... Himself
Guy Goma ... Himself

Episode dated 11 July 2006

11 July 2006

Benjamin Cohen ... Himself
M.J. Gohel ... Himself
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself
Jonathan Miller ... Himself
Sarah Smith ... Herself
Jon Snow ... Himself

Episode dated 28 November 2006

28 November 2006

Simon Bates ... Himself
Tony Blackburn ... Himself
Benjamin Cohen ... Himself
Alan Freeman ... Himself (archive footage)
Kid Jensen ... Himself (as David 'Kid' Jensen)

Episode dated 20 December 2006

20 December 2006

Matthew Fisher ... Himself
Jon Snow ... Himself

Episode dated 16 January 2007

16 January 2007

Louise Burfitt-Dons ... Herself - Interviewee

Episode dated 5 February 2007

5 February 2007

James Richardson ... Himself
Sarah Smith ... Reporter
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 6 February 2007

6 February 2007

Samira Ahmed ... Herself - Presenter
Marcus Becker ... Himself - MailSource UK
Ben Bradshaw ... Himself - Farms Minister (as Ben Bradshaw MP)
Samuel Britten ... Himself - Financial Times Columnist (as Sir Samuel Britten)
Vince Cable ... Himself - Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor (as Vincent Cable MP)
Louis Charalambous ... Himself - Terry Lloyd's Family Lawyer
Tom Clarke ... Himself - Science Correspondent
Sharon Cochrane ... Herself - Midwife
Bart Dalla Mura ... Himself - Bernard Mattthews Commercial Director
Chris Finney ... Himself (as Trooper Chris Finney)
Cameron Gibson ... Himself - Communities Before Pylons
Graham Groves ... Himself - South Central Ambulance Service
Rod Howell ... Himself - Thames Valley Police (as Inspector Rod Howell)
Faisal Islam ... Himself - Economics Correspondent
Simon Israel ... Himself - Home Affairs Correspondent
David T. Johnson ... Himself - US Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission (as David Johnson)
Andrew Lansley ... Himself - Shadow Health Secretary (as Andrew Lansley MP)
Ivan Lewis ... Himself - Health Minister (as Ivan Lewis MP)
Jonathan Miller ... Himself - Foreign Affairs Correspondent
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - Reporter
Sheila Shribman ... Herself - Maternity Services National Clinical Director (as Dr Sheila Shribman)
Paul Smyth ... Himself - RAF Tornado Navigator
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 8 February 2007

8 February 2007

Samira Ahmed ... Herself - Presenter
Margaret Hodge ... Herself - Trade & Industry Minister (as Margaret Hodge MP)
Victoria MacDonald ... Herself - Social Affairs Correspondent
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 9 February 2007

9 February 2007


Gisele Bündchen ... Herself (archive footage)
Tom Clarke ... Himself - Science Correspondent

Al Gore ... Himself - Earth Challenge
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
David King ... Himself - Chief Government Scientist (as Professor Sir David King)
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Darshna Soni ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 11 February 2007

11 February 2007

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ... Himself - Iranian President
David Cameron ... Himself - Conservative Leader (as David Cameron MP)
Zoe Conway ... Herself - Reporter

Daniel Craig ... Himself - BAFTA Nominee
Robert Gates ... Himself - US Defence Secretary

Helen Mirren ... Herself - BAFTA Nominee (as Dame Helen Mirren)

Michael Sheen ... Himself - BAFTA Nominee
Andrew Thomas ... Himself - Sports Reporter
Alex Thomson ... Presenter

Episode dated 12 February 2007

12 February 2007

Douglas Alexander ... Himself - Transport Secretary (as Douglas Alexander MP)
Gordon Brown ... Himself - Chancellor of the Exchequer (as Gordon Brown MP)
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter: Afternoon
John Howard ... Himself - Prime Minister of Australia
Faisal Islam ... Himself - Economics Correspondent
Victoria MacDonald ... Herself - Social Affairs Correspondent

David Miliband ... Himself - Environment Secretary (as David Miliband MP)
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - Presenter

Barack Obama ... Himself - Democratic Presidential Candidate (as Senator Barack Obama)
Albert Osterhaus ... Himself - Erasmus University Hospital (as Professor Albert Osterhaus)
Julian Rush ... Himself - Science Correspondent
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Philip Tod ... Himself - EU Health & Consumer Protection Spokesman

Episode dated 14 February 2007

14 February 2007

Jonathan Bradshaw ... Himself - Social Policy, University of York (as Professor Jonathan Bradshaw)
Charles Falconer ... Himself - Lord Chancellor (as Lord Falconer)
David Graveney ... Himself - England's Chairman of Selectors
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter: Afternoon
Gus Hosein ... Himself - Privacy International (as Dr Gus Hosein)
Peter Jamieson ... Himself - BRIT Awards Co-Chairman
James Mates ... Himself - Reporter
Jim Murphy ... Himself - Welfare Minister (as Jim Murphy MP)
Chris Pounder ... Himself - Pinsent Mason Data-Protection Expert (as Dr Chris Pounder)
Steve Redmond ... Himself - BPI
Emily Reuben ... Herself - Money Reporter
John Toy ... Himself - Cancer Research UK Medical Director (as Professor John Toy)
Sue Turton ... Herself - Reporter
Steph West ... Herself - Reporter (as Stephanie West)
Rob Williams ... Himself - Office of the Children's Commissioner

Episode dated 16 February 2007

16 February 2007

David Cameron ... Himself - Conservative Leader (as David Cameron MP)
Tom Clarke ... Himself - Science Correspondent
Alan Duncan ... Himself - Shadow Trade & Industry Secretary (as Alan Duncan MP)
Stuart Glendenning ... Himself - Moneysupermarket.com Marketing Director

Al Gore ... Himself - Former US Vice President
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter: Afternoon
Malcolm Hurlston ... Himself - Consumer Credit Counselling Service
Sue Jacob ... Herself - Royal College of Midwives
Fred Landeg ... Himself - Defra Deputy Chief Vet
James Mates ... Himself - Reporter
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - Reporter
John Reid ... Himself - Home Secretary (as John Reid MP)
Emily Reuben ... Herself - Money Correspondent
Jonathan Rugman ... Himself - Diplomatic Correspondent
Enver Solomon ... Himself - Prison Reform Trust
Claudia Webbe ... Herself - Operation Trident Community Advisor

Episode dated 17 February 2007

17 February 2007

Samira Ahmed ... Herself - Presenter
Yisrael Campbell ... Himself - Israeli Comedian
Chris Carter ... Himself - New Zealand Conservation Minister
Ray Hanania ... Himself - Palestinian Comedian
Pete Hoekstra ... Himself - Republican (as Congressman Pete Hoekstra)
Sara Holden ... Herself - Greenpeace (voice)

Kay Bailey Hutchison ... Herself - Republican (as Senator Kay Hutchison)
Carl Levin ... Himself - Democrat (as Senator Carl Levin)
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - Sport Presenter

Nancy Pelosi ... Herself - Speaker, House of Representatives

Condoleezza Rice ... Herself - US Secretary of State
Tony Snow ... Himself - White House Spokesman

Episode dated 18 February 2007

18 February 2007

Samira Ahmed ... Herself - Presenter
Ali Dizaei ... Himself - Metropolitan Police (as Chief Superintendent Ali Dizaei)
Ismail Haniyeh ... Himself - Palestinian Prime Minister
Lucy Manning ... Herself - Reporter
Ehud Olmert ... Himself - Israeli Prime Minister

Condoleezza Rice ... Herself - US Secretary of State
Des Smith ... Himself - Former Education Advisor
Raymond Stevenson ... Himself - Don't Trigger Campaign

Episode dated 19 February 2007

19 February 2007

Akbar Ahmed ... Himself - Washington University (as Dr Akbar Ahmed)
Nelson Chamisa ... Himself - Zimbabwe Opposition Spokesman

Clint Eastwood ... Himself - Director
Sonia Gandhi ... Herself - Indian Congress President
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - Political Editor
Nicholas Glass ... Himself - Arts Correspondent
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Reporter
Khurshid M. Kasuri ... Himself - Pakistani Foreign Minister (as Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri)
George Kidd ... Himself - ICSTIS Chief Executive
Victoria MacDonald ... Herself - Social Affairs Correspondent
Lucy Manning ... Herself - Reporter

David Miliband ... Himself - Environment Secretary (as David Miliband MP)
Alf Morris ... Himself - All Party Parliamentary Group on Haemophilia (as Lord Morris of Manchester)
Kylie Morris ... Herself - Asia Correspondent
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - Presenter
Tim Ringrose ... Himself - Doctors.net.uk (as Dr Tim Ringrose)
Anton Setchell ... Himself - Domestic Extremism National Co-ordinator (as Assistant Chief Constable Anton Setchell)
Aric Sigman ... Himself - Report Author
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Morgan Tsvangirai ... Himself - Zimbabwe Opposition Leader
Sue Turton ... Herself - News Correspondent
Nick Paton Walsh ... Himself - Foreign Affairs Correspondent
John Whittingdale ... Himself - Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee (as John Whittingdale MP)

Episode dated 20 February 2007

20 February 2007

Katie Razzall ... Herself - Co-Presenter
John Appleby ... Himself - King's Fund Chief Economist
Judy Aslett ... Herself - Reporter
Emma Bandey ... Herself - Which? Magazine

Gisele Bündchen ... Herself (archive footage)
Vince Cable ... Himself - Liberal Democrat Treasury Spokesman (as Vince Cable MP)
Stuart Campbell ... Himself - Ultrasound Pioneer (as Professor Stuart Campbell)
Tom Clarke ... Himself - Science Correspondent
Joe Collier ... Himself - St George's Hospital Medicines Policy (as Professor Joe Collier)
Andy Davies ... Himself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Liam Donaldson ... Himself - Chief Medical Officer for England (as Professor Sir Liam Donaldson)
John Fingleton ... Himself - Office of Fair Trading Chief Executive
David Fisher ... Himself - Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - Political Editor
Rod Griffiths ... Himself - Faculty of Public Health (as Professor Rod Griffiths)
Charles Guthrie ... Himself - Former Chief of Defence Staff (as General Lord Guthrie)
Andrew Haldenby ... Himself - Reform Director
John Hemming ... Himself - Liberal Democrat, Birmingham (as John Hemming MP)
John Hills ... Himself - Social Housing Report Author (as Professor John Hills)
Faisal Islam ... Himself - Economics Correspondent
Ruth Kelly ... Herself - Communities & Local Government Secretary (as Ruth Kelly MP)
Angela Knight ... Herself - British Bankers' Association
Martin Lewis ... Himself - Moneysavingexpert.com
Ken Livingstone ... Himself - Mayor of London
Lucy Manning ... Herself - Reporter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Political Correspondent
David Nicholson ... Himself - NHS Chief Executive
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - More4 News Presenter
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Frances Swaine ... Herself - Leigh Day & Co Lawyer
Nick Paton Walsh ... Himself - Foreign Affairs Correspondent

Episode dated 21 February 2007

21 February 2007

Katie Razzall ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Eric Besson ... Himself - Former Campaign Advisor

Tony Blair ... Himself - Prime Minister
Martin Bottomley ... Himself - Greater Manchester Police (as Detective Supt Martin Bottomley)
Des Browne ... Himself - Defence Secretary (as Des Browne MP)
Andy Burnham ... Himself - Health Minister (as Andy Burnham MP)
Richard Caborn ... Himself - Sport Minister (as Richard Caborn MP)
Menzies Campbell ... Himself - Liberal Democrat Leader (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)
Graeme Catto ... Himself - General Medical Council President (as Sir Graeme Catto)
Michael Clarke ... Himself (as Professor Michael Clarke)
Tim Collins ... Himself - Former Commander in Iraq (as Colonel Tim Collins)
Andy Davies ... Himself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Alex Ferguson ... Himself - Manchester United Manager (as Sir Alex Ferguson)
Liam Fox ... Himself - Shadow Defence Secretary (as Dr Liam Fox MP)
Rose Gentle ... Herself - Military Families Against The War
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - Political Editor
Charles Guthrie ... Himself - Chief of Defence Staff 1997-2001 (as Lord Guthrie)
Phil Hammond ... Himself - Hillsborough Family Support Group
Charles Kennedy ... Himself - Former Liberal Democrat Leader (as Charles Kennedy MP)
Victoria MacDonald ... Herself - Social Affairs Correspondent
Nick Martin ... Himself - North of England Correspondent
Emily Reuben ... Herself - Money Reporter
Malcolm Rifkind ... Himself - Foreign Secretary 1995-1997 (as Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP)
Ségolène Royal ... Herself - Presidential Candidate
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Lindsay Taylor ... Himself - Reporter
Sue Turton ... Herself - News Correspondent
Nick Paton Walsh ... Himself - Foreign Affairs Correspondent

Episode dated 22 February 2007

22 February 2007


Gisele Bündchen ... Herself (archive footage)
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - Presenter
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Alex Thomson ... Himself - Chief Correspondent

Episode dated 3 April 2007

3 April 2007

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Wendy Lloyd ... Herself - Film Critic

Episode dated 5 June 2007

5 June 2007

Henry Singer ... Himself

Episode dated 6 June 2007

6 June 2007

Henry Allingham ... Himself

Episode dated 18 June 2007

18 June 2007

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Stan Boardman ... Himself
John Hamp ... Himself (as Johnnie Hamp)
Bernard Manning ... Himself (archive footage)

Episode dated 29 June 2007

29 June 2007

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Alan Leighton ... Himself - Royal Mail Chairman

Episode dated 5 July 2007

5 July 2007

Episode dated 6 July 2007

6 July 2007


Fergie ... Herself

Michael McKean ... Himself

Episode dated 10 July 2007

10 July 2007

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Henry Allingham ... Himself
Bill Stone ... Himself
Harry Patch ... Himself (uncredited)

Episode dated 12 July 2007

12 July 2007
Features a long interview with David Cameron, Leader of the Opposition.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
David Cameron ... Himself

Annie Leibovitz ... Herself

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself

Episode dated 18 July 2007

18 July 2007

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Michael Grade ... Himself
Roger Graef ... Himself
Mark Thompson ... Himself

Episode dated 30 July 2007

30 July 2007
Includes a report on the late Ingmar Bergman.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Ian Cashmore ... Himself

Ken Russell ... Himself

Episode dated 28 November 2007

28 November 2007

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Vince Cable ... Himself
Roy Hattersley ... Himself

Episode dated 6 December 2007

6 December 2007

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Amanda Harlech ... Herself

Karl Lagerfeld ... Himself

Episode dated 11 January 2008

11 January 2008

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Co-Presenter
George Band ... Himself
Edmund Hillary ... Himself (archive footage)

Episode dated 14 January 2008

14 January 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Huw Edwards ... Himself - Interviewee
Peter Horrocks ... Himself - Interviewee

Trevor McDonald ... Himself - Interviewee
John Ryley ... Himself - Interviewee

Episode dated 28 February 2008

28 February 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Prince Harry Windsor ... Himself

Episode dated 10 March 2008

10 March 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Presenter
Nicholas Glass ... Himself - Arts Correspondent (voice)
Ronald Grant ... Himself - Director, Cinema Museum (Born October, 1936)

Episode dated 12 March 2008

12 March 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Vince Cable ... Himself (as Vince Cable MP)
Yvette Cooper ... Himself (as Yvette Cooper MP)
Philip Hammond ... Himself (as Philip Hammond MP)

Episode dated 21 April 2008

21 April 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Kamol Kamoltrakul ... Himself - Thai journalist
Alan Rusbridger ... Himself
Wimar Witoelar ... Himself - Indonesian TV pundit (as Wimar)

Episode dated 28 April 2008

28 April 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Vince Cable ... Himself (as Vince Cable MP)

Katrina Kaif ... Herself
Gordon Lishman ... Himself - Director General, Age Concern
Upen Patel ... Himself
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 29 April 2008

29 April 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Keme Nzerem ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Vince Cable ... Himself
Jonathon Porritt ... Himself
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 22 May 2008

22 May 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Co-Presenter

Neil LaBute ... Himself

Kris Marshall ... Himself

Ella Smith ... Herself

Gore Vidal ... Himself

Episode dated 11 September 2008

11 September 2008

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Emily Reuben ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Tim Razzall ... Himself (as Lord Razzall)

Episode dated 15 September 2008

15 September 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Trish Regan ... Herself

Episode dated 29 October 2008

29 October 2008

Alex Thomson ... Himself - Presenter
Geoff Atkinson ... Himself
Georgina Baillie ... Herself
Robin Banks ... Himself

Russell Brand ... Himself
James O'Brien ... Himself

Andrew Sachs ... Himself

Episode dated 10 December 2008

10 December 2008

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Alex Thomson ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Edward Bennett ... Himself

Episode dated 18 February 2009

18 February 2009

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
James Blake ... Himself - Reporter
Benjamin Cohen ... Himself - Reporter
Bridgid Nzekwu ... Herself - Reporter
John Sparks ... Himself - Reporter

Florence Welch ... Herself
Steph West ... Herself - Reporter (as Stephanie West)
Jenny Wivell ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 3 March 2009

3 March 2009


Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter

Christopher Guest ... Himself

Michael McKean ... Himself

Harry Shearer ... Himself

Episode dated 18 March 2009

18 March 2009


Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter

Natasha Richardson ... Herself (archive footage)

Episode dated 14 May 2009

14 May 2009
Special edition in which a small audience of public figures and members of the public question a panel of MPs from the three main parties about the MPs' expenses scandal. Also includes a feature on a short film starring the future Doctor Who.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Eicke Bettinga ... Himself
Peter Bottomley ... Himself
Kate Hoey ... Herself
Chris Huhne ... Himself
Paul Judge ... Himself (as Sir Paul Judge)
Peter Kellner ... Himself
Richard Reeves ... Himself

Matt Smith ... Himself
Matthew Taylor ... Himself
Mary Warnock ... Herself (as Baroness Warnock)

Episode dated 31 May 2009

31 May 2009
David Cameron is interviewed about his own part in the MPs' expenses scandal, and Lionel Blair talks about new singing sensation Susan Boyle, and his own 60th anniversary in show-business.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Lionel Blair ... Himself
David Cameron ... Himself

Rolf Harris ... Himself
Su Pollard ... Herself
Derek Webster ... Himself

Episode dated 25 June 2009

25 June 2009

Episode dated 26 June 2009

26 June 2009
Includes an item on the death of Michael Jackson, with tributes from Steve Barron and 'Beverley Knight (II)'.

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter

Steve Barron ... Himself
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Beverley Knight ... Herself

Episode dated 29 June 2009

29 June 2009

Episode dated 24 July 2009

24 July 2009
Includes an audio tribute from Hazel Martingell to John Ryan, the creator of "Captain Pugwash" (1957).
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Hazel Martingell ... Herself (voice)

Episode dated 25 July 2009

25 July 2009
Includes a tribute to Harry Patch, the Last Tommy from the First World War.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Andrew Motion ... Himself (as Sir Andrew Motion)
Harry Patch ... Himself (archive footage)

Prince Charles ... Himself

Episode dated 26 August 2009

26 August 2009
All the day's news, plus two top Channel 4 men discuss their decision to axe "Big Brother: UK" (2000/III) after 10 years.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Emily Reuben ... Herself - Co-Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Julian Bellamy ... Himself
Kevin Lygo ... Himself

Episode dated 27 August 2009

27 August 2009

Alex Thomson ... Himself - Presenter
Emily Reuben ... Herself - Co-Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
David Bailey ... Himself

Episode dated 6 October 2009

6 October 2009

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter

Stephen Fry ... Himself

Episode dated 2 March 2010

2 March 2010
Includes an interview with St. Trinian's creator, the cartoonist Ronald Searle on the day before his 90th birthday.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Co-Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Steve Bell ... Himself
Ronald Searle ... Himself

Episode dated 24 May 2010

24 May 2010

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Keith Harris ... Himself (as Keith Harris & Orville)

Episode dated 13 July 2010

13 July 2010
Jon Snow interviews rock guitarist Brian May about the proposed badger cull, which has been halted by the Court of Appeal.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor

Brian May ... Himself

Episode dated 2 September 2010

2 September 2010
Includes a discussion on Professor Stephen Hawking's theory that a creator may not have been needed to create the universe.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Jon Butterworth ... Himself (as Professor Jon Butterworth)
Alister McGrath ... Himself (as Professor Alister McGrath)

Episode dated 13 September 2010

13 September 2010

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter

John le Carré ... Himself
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 6 December 2010

6 December 2010

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Nick Herbert ... Himself (archive footage)
Andrew Marr ... Himself (archive sound)
James Naughtie ... Himself (archive sound)
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter
Alan Woodhouse ... Himself

Episode dated 11 January 2011

11 January 2011
As Miriam O'Reilly wins her landmark age discrimination case against the BBC, Channel 4 news meets two other presenters to hear their opposing views on the subject.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Co-Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter

Mariella Frostrup ... Herself
Nick Ross ... Himself
Sarah Smith ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 6 February 2011

6 February 2011
The latest news from Egypt. Plus, professional comedians give their reaction to the Top Gear boys' use of racial stereotypes about Mexicans for easy laughs, on their car-based BBC show.
Alex Thomson ... Himself - Presenter
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter

Steve Coogan ... Himself

David Schneider ... Himself

Tiff Stevenson ... Herself (as Tiffany Stevenson)

Episode dated 23 March 2011

23 March 2011
Actor Robert Hardy joins Jon Snow in the studio to share his memories of the late Elizabeth Taylor.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself

Robert Hardy ... Himself

Episode dated 6 July 2011

6 July 2011
Who was complicit in the scandal of hacking crime victims' mobile phones? Plus a former ballerina has been refused the care she needs after a stroke.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Elaine McDonald ... Herself (also archive footage)
Paul McMullan ... Himself
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter
Alan Rusbridger ... Himself

Episode dated 10 July 2011

10 July 2011
On the day of the last ever News of the World newspaper, its boss Rupert Murdoch has flown into Britain to back his first lieutenant in the UK, Rebekah Brooks in the phone-hacking investigation.
Alex Thomson ... Himself - Presenter

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Reporter

Sofia Hayat
John O'Connor ... Himself

Episode dated 2 October 2011

2 October 2011


Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 25 January 2012

25 January 2012


Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Sergei Polunin ... Himself
Ivan Putrov ... Himself

Episode dated 17 May 2012

17 May 2012

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Jake Shears ... Himself - Interviewee

Donna Summer ... (archive footage)

Episode dated 2 October 2012

2 October 2012
Jon Snow reports from the Labour Party conference, including an interview with comedian Eddie Izzard, and former BBC One controller Michael Grade and music journalist Dave Hepworth discuss with Krishnan the sexual abuse allegations made against the late Jimmy Savile and the culture of stars and sex at the BBC at the time.

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Michael Grade ... Himself
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Dave Hepworth ... Himself

Eddie Izzard ... Himself
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 18 December 2012

18 December 2012
Michael Crick reveals exclusive new evidence in his investigation, in cooperation with the Dispatches programme, into the truth of September's so-called 'Plebgate' incident.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent

Harry Anscombe ... Producer / Weekend Presenter
Andrew Mitchell ... Himself - Former Government Chief Whip

Episode dated 24 January 2013

24 January 2013


John Kiriakou ... Himself

Episode dated 4 February 2013

4 February 2013

Asha Tanna ... Herself - Correspondent

Episode dated 14 February 2013

14 February 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Bernard Jenkin ... Himself

Gloria Steinem ... Herself

Episode dated 8 March 2013

8 March 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Kat Banyard ... Herself
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Siobhan Kennedy ... Herself - Business Correspondent
John Lanchester ... Himself
Shirley Williams ... Herself

Episode dated 8 April 2013

8 April 2013
Margaret Thatcher has died.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Gerry Adams ... Himself (as Gerry Adams TD)
Jeffrey Archer ... Himself
Louise Bagshawe ... Herself (as Louise Mensch)
Robin Butler ... Himself (as Lord Butler)
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Richard Davies ... Himself - Trustee, Grantham Museum
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - Political Editor

Mikhail Gorbachev ... Himself
Roy Hattersley ... Himself (as Lord Hattersley)
Derek Hatton ... Himself
Lindsey Hilsum ... Herself - Reporter (voice)
Geoffrey Howe ... Himself (as Lord Howe)
Nigel Lawson ... Himself (as Lord Lawson)

Mike Leigh ... Himself

Ken Loach ... Himself
John Major ... Himself (as Sir John Major)
Francis Maude ... Himself
Ed Miliband ... Himself
Tony Mulhearn ... Himself - Former leading member of Liverpool City County
Charles Powell ... Himself (as Lord Powell)

Colin Powell ... Himself
James Prior ... Himself (as Lord Prior)
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter

Alex Salmond ... Himself (as Alex Salmond MSP)
Alexei Sayle ... Himself

Margaret Thatcher ... Herself (archive footage)
Alex Thomson ... Himself - Reporter
Polly Toynbee ... Herself
David Young ... Himself (as Lord Young)

Episode dated 15 April 2013

15 April 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Khalid Aziz ... Himself
Colin Davis ... Himself (archive footage)
Lennox Mackenzie ... Himself

Episode dated 17 April 2013

17 April 2013
Perspectives on the day's events at the funeral of the first female prime minister, and an interview about women today with the female boss of Facebook. Plus reports from America.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Matt Frei ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Kenneth Clarke ... Himself
Polly Courtney ... Herself
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - Political Editor
Charles Moore ... Himself

Sheryl Sandberg ... Herself
Shirley Williams ... Herself

Episode dated 15 May 2013

15 May 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Diane Abbott ... Herself
Sam Delaney ... Himself
Beth Stout ... Herself - Director, Golddigger Trust

Episode dated 4 June 2013

4 June 2013


Missy Laws ... Herself

Episode dated 9 July 2013

9 July 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Jackie Long ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Louise Bagshawe ... Herself (as Louise Mensch)
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Caroline Flint ... Herself
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - Political Editor
Charlotte Harris ... Herself

Rupert Murdoch ... Himself (archive sound)

Episode dated 28 July 2013

28 July 2013

Jackie Long ... Herself - Presenter
Caroline Criado-Perez ... Herself

Episode dated 21 September 2013

21 September 2013

Cathy Newman ... Herself - Presenter
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent

Shirley Eaton ... Herself
Jacki Piper ... Herself

Episode dated 14 October 2013

14 October 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Dentaa Amoateng ... Herself
Paraic O'Brien ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 18 October 2013

18 October 2013

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter
Sasha Shevchenko ... Herself
Pamela Synge ... Herself - Aero Girl

Episode dated 25 November 2013

25 November 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Matt Frei ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Luciana Berger ... Herself
Laurie Penny ... Herself

Episode dated 20 December 2013

20 December 2013

Jon Snow ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Tim Bell ... Himself (as Lord Bell)
Linda Bellos ... Herself
Neil Kenlock ... Himself
Paraic O'Brien ... Himself - Reporter
Alexei Sayle ... Himself
Christian Wolmar ... Himself

Episode dated 17 January 2014

17 January 2014

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Guy Burgess ... Himself (archive footage)
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Michael Dobbs ... Himself - Author, Winston's War
Jeff Hulbert ... Himself - City University / Co-Author, When Reporters Cross the Line
Stewart Purvis ... Himself (uncredited)

Episode dated 27 January 2014

27 January 2014
Matt Frei visits Putin's Russia to investigate the country's marginalisation of homosexuals and meet "the ultra-orthodox patron saint of Russian homophobia" Vitaly Milonov.
Matt Frei ... Himself - Presenter
Vitaly Milonov ... Himself
Petronella Wyatt ... Herself

Episode dated 20 February 2014

20 February 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Matt Frei ... Himself - Correspondent
Claudia Lennear ... Herself - Interviewee
Paul Mason ... Himself - Culture Correspondent

Episode dated 28 February 2014

28 February 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
William Dartmouth ... Himself (as The Earl of Dartmouth MEP)
Neil Hamilton ... Himself

John McCain ... Himself
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter
Gary Shteyngart ... Himself
Betsy Stanko ... Herself (as Elizabeth Stanko)

Episode dated 27 March 2014

27 March 2014
Includes discussions and debates about the introduction of gay marriage to the UK in two days' time.
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Presenter
Jackie Long ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Eleanor Margolis ... Herself
Matthew Parris ... Himself
Katie Razzall ... Herself - Reporter
Nathan Taylor ... Himself
Benjamin Till ... Himself
Milo Yiannopoulos ... Himself

Episode dated 28 March 2014

28 March 2014

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Rothna Begum ... Herself - Human Rights Watch
Alanoud Al Fayez ... Herself - King Abdullah's Former Wife
Inigo Gilmore ... Himself - Reporter
Princess Jawaher ... Herself
Scott Lively ... Himself (also archive footage)
Cordelia Lynch ... Herself - Reporter
Fatima Manji ... Herself - Reporter
Chapman Pincher ... Himself (as Harry Chapman Pincher)
Princess Sahar ... Herself

Episode dated 8 April 2014

8 April 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Jane Bown ... Herself

Episode dated 18 April 2014

18 April 2014

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Ed Wardle ... Himself

Episode dated 30 April 2014

30 April 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Matt Frei ... Himself - Presenter
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Nigel Farage ... Himself
Neil Hamilton ... Himself
Demetri Marchessini ... Himself

Episode dated 14 May 2014

14 May 2014

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Godfrey Bloom ... Himself
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Jamal Osman ... Himself
Alexandra Swann ... Herself
Sanya-Jeet Thandi ... Herself (archive footage)

Episode dated 15 May 2014

15 May 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Caroline Criado-Perez ... Herself - Journalist
Jamal Osman ... Himself
Helen Pattison ... Herself
Michael Saltsman ... Himself - Employment Policies Institute
Maya Van Wagenen ... Herself - Author, Popular: Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek

Episode dated 5 June 2014

5 June 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Co-Presenter

Amma Asante ... Herself
John Bird ... Himself

Episode dated 6 June 2014

6 June 2014

Cathy Newman ... Herself - Presenter
Jackie Long ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Viviane Albertine ... Herself (as Viv Albertine)
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Simon Israel ... Himself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Robert Jenrick ... Himself - Newly-elected Newark MP

Episode dated 10 June 2014

10 June 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Nick Ferrari ... Himself - Writer and Broadcaster
Emilie François ... Herself - Writer and Journalist (as Myriam Francois-Cerrah)

Episode dated 12 June 2014

12 June 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Sanya-Jeet Thandi ... Herself - Former UKIP Activisit

Episode dated 11 July 2014

11 July 2014

Matt Frei ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
David Baddiel ... Himself
Inigo Gilmore ... Himself - Reporter
Peter Hain ... Himself (as Peter Hain MP)
Jackie Long ... Herself - Reporter
Alexander Menden ... Himself - Journalist, Sueddeutsche Zeitung
Tom O'Carroll ... Himself (voice)
Glenn Wilson ... Himself (as Dr. Glenn Wilson)

Episode dated 30 July 2014

30 July 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Vince Cable ... Himself - Business Secretary (as Vince Cable MP)
Andy Davies ... Himself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Simon Israel ... Himself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Cordelia Lynch ... Herself - Reporter
Paraic O'Brien ... Himself - Reporter
Jeanette Vane ... Herself - Queen lookalike

Episode dated 13 August 2014

13 August 2014

Matt Frei ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Bim Adewunmi ... Herself - Writer and Journalist

Lauren Bacall ... Herself (archive footage)
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Gary Gibbon ... Himself - Political Editor
John Howard ... Himself - Prime Minister of Australia, 1996-2007

Karen Krizanovich ... Herself - Film Critic
Alyssa Smith ... Herself - Founder, Alyssa Smith Jewellery

Episode dated 14 August 2014

14 August 2014

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Matt Frei ... Himself - Presenter
Vicky Beeching ... Herself - Christian Pop Star (also archive footage)
Scott Lively ... Himself - Evangelical Pastor

Episode dated 20 August 2014

20 August 2014

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Matt Frei ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Tom Clarke ... Himself - Science Editor
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Cordelia Lynch ... Herself - Reporter
Fatima Manji ... Herself - Reporter
Kylie Morris ... Herself - Washington Correspondent

Episode dated 9 October 2014

9 October 2014

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Co-Presenter
Jackie Long ... Herself - Home Affairs Editor
Nimko Ali ... Herself - FGM Campaigner
Andy Davies ... Herself - Home Affairs Correspondent

John Lydon ... Himself

David Miliband ... Himself - Head of International Rescue Committee
Caitlin Moran ... Herself - Writer

Episode dated 6 November 2014

6 November 2014

Matt Frei ... Himself - Presenter
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Paul Cummins ... Himself - Ceramic artist

Episode dated 12 November 2014

12 November 2014
Legendary singer Bryan Ferry talks to Krishnan about his new music, how he became posh from humble beginnings, his art school days, the influence of early Roxy Music, keeping the band's flame alive, his Conservatism, his views on England's terrible obsession with class division and how he avoids the paparazzi.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Bryan Ferry ... Himself

Episode dated 14 November 2014

14 November 2014

Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter

Mariya Alyokhina ... Herself (as Masha Alyokhina)
Jackie Long ... Herself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Jon Snow ... Himself

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova ... Herself (as Nadya Tolokonnikova)

Episode dated 20 January 2015

20 January 2015

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Cathy Newman ... Herself - Co-Presenter

Debbi Clark ... Herself - Former Page 3 Model
Lisa Forward ... Herself - Former Page 3 Model
Chloe Goodman ... Herself - Former Page 3 Model
Germaine Greer ... Herself - Academic & Feminist
Harriet Harman ... Herself - Shadow Deputy Prime Minister (as Harriet Harman MP)
Lucy-Ann Holmes ... Herself - Founder, No More Page 3 (as Lucy Holmes)
Jackie Long ... Herself - Home Affairs Editor

Episode dated 23 January 2015

23 January 2015

Paul Mason ... Himself - Economics Editor
Yanis Varoufakis ... Himself

Episode dated 2 February 2015

2 February 2015

Paul Mason ... Himself - Economics Editor
Yanis Varoufakis ... Himself

Episode dated 9 February 2015

9 February 2015
Krishnan Guru-Murthy interviews musician Jimmy Page on the Led Zeppelin re-releases, his photographic biography, and the possibility of a future autobiography.
Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Royston Ellis ... Himself - Interviewer (archive footage)

Led Zeppelin ... Themselves (archive footage)

Jimmy Page ... Himself - Musician

Episode dated 13 February 2015

13 February 2015

Cathy Newman ... Herself - Presenter
Michael Crick ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Christopher Frayling ... Himself - Writer and Broadcaster (as Sir Christopher Frayling)
Tony Hadley ... Himself - Spandau Ballet
Charles Hazlewood ... Himself - Conductor

Ennio Morricone ... Himself - Composer

Episode dated 17 February 2015

17 February 2015

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Jackie Long ... Herself - Co-Presenter
Jasmine Jae ... Herself - Porn Model
Lexi Lowe ... Herself - Porn Model
Peter Oborne ... Himself - Ex-Chief Political Correspondent, Daily Telegraph
Gareth Thomas ... Himself

Episode dated 20 May 2015

20 May 2015

Yanis Varoufakis ... Himself

Episode dated 27 May 2015

27 May 2015

Jon Snow ... Himself - Anchor
Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself - Presenter
Symeon Brown ... Himself - Reporter
Carl Hart ... Himself (as Dr Carl Hart)
Victoria MacDonald ... Herself - Health and Social Care Correspondent

Episode dated 4 June 2015

4 June 2015

Paul Mason ... Himself - Economics Editor
Euclid Tsakalotos ... Himself

Episode dated 4 August 2015

4 August 2015
With news that four British police forces are investigating sexual abuse allegations against the late Sir Edward Heath, Matt Frei asks whether it's a posthumous witch-hunt or a scandal at the pinnacle of national power. In other news, music legend Brian Eno tells Jackie Long why he's backing left-wing candidate Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour Party leadership.
Matt Frei ... Himself - Presenter
Jackie Long ... Herself - Presenter

Brian Eno ... Himself
Edward Heath ... Himself (archive footage)

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