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 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.
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.
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.