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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

11 September 2005

Gordon Brown ... Himself
Ann Leslie ... Herself
Alan Rusbridger ... Himself

Kevin Spacey ... Himself
John Williams ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

18 September 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Kenneth Clarke ... Himself (as Kenneth Clarke MP)

Ray Davies ... Himself
Jude Kelly ... Herself
Charles Kennedy ... Himself (as Charles Kennedy MP)
Jane Moore ... Herself

Tim Rice ... Himself
Jack Straw ... Himself (as Jack Straw MP)

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

25 September 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Tony Blair ... Himself (as Tony Blair MP)
Liam Fox ... Himself (as Dr. Liam Fox MP)
Amanda Platell ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

2 October 2005

David Aaronovitch ... Himself
Sarah Bradford ... Herself
David Davies
David Davis ... Himself
Simon Hughes ... Himself
Alan Johnson ... Himself (as Alan Johnson MP)
Thomas Matussek

Katie Melua ... Herself

Anthony Minghella ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

9 October 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)

Bret Easton Ellis ... Himself

Peter Hall ... Himself
Matthew Parris ... Himself

Toyah Willcox ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

16 October 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Emma Duncan ... Herself
Michael Nyman ... Himself
Tony Parsons ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

23 October 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
David Davies ... Himself
Tracey Emin ... Herself

Ralph Fiennes ... Himself
Ruth Kelly ... Herself (as Ruth Kelly MP)
John Major ... Himself (as Sir John Major)
Carol Thatcher ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

30 October 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Helena Kennedy ... Herself (as Baroness Kennedy)
Charlie Reid ... Himself
Craig Reid ... Himself
John Reid ... Himself (as Dr. John Reid MP)

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

6 November 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)
P.J. O'Rourke ... Himself
Gerald Scarfe ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 10: Episode #1.10

13 November 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Simon Hoggart ... Himself
Tessa Jowell ... Herself (as Tessa Jowell MP)

Jack Lang ... Himself
Bryn Terfel ... Himself
Shirley Williams ... Herself (as Baroness Williams)

Season 1, Episode 11: Episode #1.11

20 November 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Brian Eno ... Himself
Bonnie Greer ... Herself

Nigel Havers ... Himself
Geoff Hoon ... Himself (as Geoff Hoon MP)

Season 1, Episode 12: Episode #1.12

27 November 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Benazir Bhutto ... Herself

John Gordon Sinclair ... Himself

Terry Pratchett ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 13: Episode #1.13

4 December 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Clive James ... Himself
Roger McGough ... Himself
Amanda Platell ... Herself

Harriet Walter ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 14: Episode #1.14

11 December 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Margaret Beckett ... Herself (as Margaret Beckett MP)
Gyles Brandreth ... Himself
Theresa May ... Herself (as Theresa May MP)
Simon Rattle ... Himself (as Sir Simon Rattle)

Vanessa Redgrave ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 15: Episode #1.15

18 December 2005

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Woody Allen ... Himself
Rory Bremner ... Himself

Jamie Cullum ... Himself
Anna Ford ... Herself
William Hague ... Himself (as William Hague MP)
Carol Thatcher ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 16: Episode #1.16

8 January 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Roger Alton ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Tony Blair ... Himself - Prime Minister (as Tony Blair MP)
John Dankworth ... Himself
Simon Hughes ... Himself - Liberal Democrat President (as Simon Hughes MP)
Cleo Laine ... Herself
George Pascoe-Watson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Shimon Peres ... Himself
Anne Robinson ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 1, Episode 17: Episode #1.17

15 January 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)

Mariella Frostrup ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Andrew Lloyd Webber ... Himself
Jeff Randall ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 1, Episode 18: Episode #1.18

22 January 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Greg Dyke ... Himself
Chris Huhne ... Himself (as Chris Huhne MP)
John Hutton ... Himself - Work and Pensions Secretary (as John Hutton MP)
Helena Kennedy ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Dame Helena Kennedy)
Fiona Millar ... Herself
Peter Oborne ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 1, Episode 19: Episode #1.19

29 January 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
David Blunkett ... Himself (as David Blunkett MP)
Frank Gardner ... Himself
Germaine Greer ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Boris Johnson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Boris Johnson MP)

Kathleen Turner ... Herself - Guest
Adli Yaish ... Himself - Mayor of Nablus

Season 1, Episode 20: Episode #1.20

5 February 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Clive Anderson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Anita Dobson ... Herself
William Hague ... Himself (as William Hague MP)
Mark Kimmitt ... Himself (as Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt)
Taji Mustafa ... Himself - Hizb-ut-Tahrir
Michael Nazir-Ali ... Himself - Bishop of Rochester (as Rt. Rev. Dr. Michael Nazir-Ali)
Anna Raeburn ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 1, Episode 21: Episode #1.21

12 February 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Gordon Brown ... Himself (as Gordon Brown MP)
Simon Hughes ... Himself (as Simon Hughes MP)

P.D. James ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Kevin Maguire ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Ian Richardson ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 22: Episode #1.22

19 February 2006

Huw Edwards ... Himself - Guest Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader
Edwina Currie ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Niall Dickson ... Himself

Christopher Lawford ... Himself (as Christopher Kennedy Lawford)
Bob Marshall-Andrews ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Bob Marshall-Andrews MP)
David Puttnam ... Himself (as Lord Puttnam)
John Reid ... Himself (as Dr. John Reid MP)
Karol Sikora ... Himself (as Professor Karol Sikora)

Season 1, Episode 23: Episode #1.23

26 February 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader
Jeffrey Archer ... Himself
Paddy Ashdown ... Himself (as Lord Ashdown)
Denis Healey ... Himself
Edna Healey ... Herself (as Lady Edna Healy)
Ruth Kelly ... Herself (as Ruth Kelly MP)
Amanda Platell ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Mark Steel ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 1, Episode 24: Episode #1.24

5 March 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader

David Attenborough ... Himself

Joan Baez ... Herself
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)

Alastair Fothergill ... Himself
Simon Hoggart ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
David Miliband ... Himself (as David Miliband MP)
Jane Moore ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 1, Episode 25: Episode #1.25

12 March 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Paddy Ashdown ... Himself - High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina (as Lord Ashdown)
Lionel Barber ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Colleen Graffy ... Herself - US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State

Jeremy Irons ... Himself
Alan Johnson ... Himself - Secretary of State, DTI (as Alan Johnson MP)
Ann Leslie ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

3 September 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader
Zac Goldsmith ... Himself
Amanda Platell ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

10 September 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader
William Hague ... Himself
Seth Lakeman ... Himself
Chris Patten ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 3: Episode #2.3

17 September 2006

Harriet Harman ... Herself (as Harriet Harman MP)
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader

Carol Vorderman ... Herself

Richard Wilson ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 4: Episode #2.4

24 September 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader

Samantha Bond ... Herself
Gordon Brown ... Himself (as Gordon Brown MP)
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)
Carol Thatcher ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 5: Episode #2.5

1 October 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader
Nicola Benedetti ... Herself
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)
Geoff Hurst ... Himself (as Sir Geoff Hurst)
Kevin Maguire ... Himself
Amanda Platell ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 6: Episode #2.6

8 October 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader

Madeleine Albright ... Herself
Margaret Beckett ... Herself (as Margaret Beckett MP)
Alan Duncan ... Himself (as Alan Duncan MP)
John Hutton ... Himself (as John Hutton MP)
Jane Moore ... Herself
Jeff Randall ... Himself

Dan Stevens ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 7: Episode #2.7

15 October 2006

Huw Edwards ... Himself - Presenter
David Blunkett ... Himself (as David Blunkett MP)
José Manuel Durão Barroso ... Himself
Nigel Farage ... Himself
Peter Hain ... Himself (as Peter Hain MP)
Matthew Parris ... Himself

Susannah York ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 8: Episode #2.8

22 October 2006

Huw Edwards ... Himself - Presenter
Gyles Brandreth ... Himself
William Hague ... Himself (as William Hague MP)
Jane Moore ... Herself
Tom Parker-Bowles ... Himself
Trevor Phillips ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

29 October 2006

Huw Edwards ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader
Clive Anderson ... Himself
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)
Josephine Hart ... Herself
John Hutton ... Himself (as John Hutton MP)

Peter Sallis ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 13: Episode #2.13

26 November 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

John Sessions ... Himself
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader

Season 2, Episode 14: Episode #2.14

3 December 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Sheila Hancock ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 15: Episode #2.15

10 December 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader
Tomasz Schafernaker ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Clive James ... Himself

Nigella Lawson ... Herself

Kate Winslet ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 16: Episode #2.16

17 December 2006

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Moira Stuart ... Herself - Newsreader

David Attenborough ... Himself (as Sir David Attenborough)
Rory Bremner ... Himself
Greg Dyke ... Himself
Peter Gibbs ... Himself - Weather Reporter
John Prescott ... Himself (as John Prescott MP)

David Suchet ... Himself

Carol Vorderman ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 18: Episode #2.18

7 January 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Gordon Brown ... Himself (as Gordon Brown MP)
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
David Johnson ... Himself
Tony Parsons ... Himself
Polly Toynbee ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 19: Episode #2.19

21 January 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)
Charles Falconer ... Himself (as Lord Falconer)
Juan Diego Flórez ... Himself
Jane Moore ... Herself
Jasvinder Sanghera ... Herself

Season 2, Episode 20: Episode #2.20

28 January 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Tomasz Schafernaker ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Margaret Beckett ... Herself (as Margaret Beckett MP)
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)

Leslie Phillips ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 21: Episode #2.21

4 February 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Louise Minchin ... Herself - Newsreader
John Hammond ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Collette McBeth ... Herself - Correspondent
Yuri Felshtinsky ... Himself

Stephen Frears ... Himself
Lesley Garrett ... Herself

Armando Iannucci ... Himself
Tessa Jowell ... Herself (as Tessa Jowell MP)
Wangari Maathai ... Herself

Helen Mirren ... Herself (archive footage)
Pat Troop ... Herself (as Professor Pat Troop)

Season 2, Episode 22: Episode #2.22

11 February 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Tomasz Schafernaker ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown ... Herself
Gyles Brandreth ... Himself
William Hague ... Himself (as William Hague MP)
Helena Kennedy ... Herself (as Baroness Kennedy)
David Miliband ... Himself (as David Miliband MP)
Jeff Randall ... Himself

Richard Wilson ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 23: Episode #2.23

18 February 2007
After the review of the Sunday papers with two invited journalists, Andrew interviewed Art Garfunkel about his life in music, the release of his new album and his concert tour of the UK. The remaining two-thirds of the programme was occupied with an extended interview with the UK Primeminister, Tony Blair, and the pair discussed the burning issues of the day such as teenage gun crime, the continuing Iraq war, when Mr. Blair will leave no. ten and what he plans to do after leaving office such as continuing his campaign on global warming.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Louise Minchin ... Herself - Newsreader
Tomasz Schafernaker ... Himself - Weather Reporter

Tony Blair ... Himself (as Tony Blair MP)

Art Garfunkel ... Himself
Sue MacGregor ... Herself
George Pascoe-Watson ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 24: Episode #2.24

25 February 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Julia George ... Herself - Newsreader
Rob McElwee ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Rory Bremner ... Himself
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)
Brenda Dean ... Herself (as Baroness Brenda Dean)
Peter Hain ... Himself (as Peter Hain MP)

David Tennant ... Himself
John Tusa ... Himself (as Sir John Tusa)

Season 2, Episode 29: Episode #2.29

9 April 2006

Gyles Brandreth ... Himself
Oliver Letwin ... Himself

Katie Melua ... Herself
Alan Milburn ... Himself

Antony Sher ... Himself
Jack Straw ... Himself

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Episode #3.1

9 September 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Nigella Lawson and Martin Bell reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Zac Goldsmith, environmentalist and prospective conservative MP, talks to Andrew about the conservative environment policy review which is published this week. Jeremy Gilley, Founder, "Peace One Day", and singer songwriter Annie Lennox discuss with Andrew the formation of the campaign group, "Peace One Day", which advocates world peace and has been allocated 21st September as Peace Day. Andrew interviews the new Home Secretary Jacqui Smith about some of the burning issues of the day such as gun crime, prisons, immigration policy, border control, the Madeleine McCann story and the upcoming TUC congress.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Louise Lear ... Herself - Weather Reporter
Jane Hill ... Herself - News Correspondent
Ian Palmer ... Himself - Reporter
Martin Bell ... Himself
Jeremy Gilley ... Himself - Founder, 'Peace One Day'
Zac Goldsmith ... Himself - Environmentalist

Nigella Lawson ... Herself

Annie Lennox ... Herself - Musician and Activist
Jacqui Smith ... Herself - Home Secretary (as Jacqui Smith MP)

Season 3, Episode 2: Episode #3.2

16 September 2007
Louise Minchin read the latest news headlines and Oona King and Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. George Osborne MP, the Shadow Chancellor, discusses the single issue of the run on the Northern Rock bank and tries to assure everyone that the bank is solvent. The government Health Secretary, Alan Johnson MP, talks about the current state of the National Health Service following the Wanless report that was released this week. Debbie Harry, of Blondie fame, talks to Andrew about her life and work in the music industry. At the start of the party conference season Andrew talks to Sir Menzies Campbell MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, about his leadership of the party, national polls, the upcoming conference and Liberal Democratic policies. The Archbishop of York Dr. John Sentamu discusses the deteriorating situation in Zibabwe and what should be done to help.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Louise Minchin ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Menzies Campbell ... Himself - Leader of Liberal Democrats (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)
Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones ... Himself

Deborah Harry ... Herself
Alan Johnson ... Himself - Health Secretary (as Alan Johnson MP)
Oona King ... Herself
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)
John Sentamu ... Himself - Archbishop of York (as Dr. John Sentamu)

Season 3, Episode 3: Episode #3.3

23 September 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Anne McElvoy and Matthew Parris reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Sir John Tavener, the modern classic composer who wrote music for the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, discusses his life and work with Andrew. Violinist Nicola Benedetti talks about her newest work and played a piece, composed by Sir John, at the end of the programme. In advance of the Labour party conference Andrew had an extended interview with the Primeminister, Gordon Brown MP, and discussed the possible date of the next general election, the National Health Service, the UK economy and especially the problems at Northern Rock, the level of personal borrowing, the visit of the previous Primeminister Margaret Thatcher to number ten, the current immigration policy of managed migration, Iraq and the UK involvement, and finally back to the general election date!
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Sejal Karia ... Herself - Reporter
Nicola Benedetti ... Herself - Violinist
Anne McElvoy ... Herself
Matthew Parris ... Himself
John Tavener ... Himself - Composer (as Sir John Tavener)

Season 3, Episode 4: Episode #3.4

30 September 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Amanda Platell and Kevin Maguire reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. The Former US Ambassador to the UN, John Bolton, discusses World affairs including the current situation in Burma, Iran and Iraq. Yoko Ono, discusses the realisation of her peace lighthouse and her life with John Lennon. In advance of the Conservative party conference Andrew had an extended interview with the leader of the opposition, David Cameron MP, and discussed the possibility of an Autumn general election, the current standing of the Conservative party in the polls, green taxes, the cutting of stamp duty on new houses, the change to tax credits to encourage families to stay together, how tax cuts will be funded, and finally back to the possibility of the readiness for a general election.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Guto Harri ... Himself - Political Correspondent
John Bolton ... Himself - Former US Ambassador to the UN
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
Kevin Maguire ... Himself

Yoko Ono ... Herself
Amanda Platell ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 5: Episode #3.5

7 October 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Polly Toynbee, Minette Walters, Robert Harris, and Matthew D'Ancona reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Author Robert Harris discussed his latest novel which is a satire about a British Prime minister who leaves office and goes to America to earn millions on the lecture circuit. Simon Hughes MP discussed with Andrew the current state of the Liberal Democratic party and especially the age of their leader and his ability to fight the next general election. In an interview with Andrew, taped yesterday in Downing Street, the Primeminister Gordon Brown MP explained his reasons for not calling an early general election. In a right to reply Andrew interviewed the leader of the opposition, David Cameron MP, as he gives his response to the Primeminister's statement about not calling a general election.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Gordon Brown ... Himself (as Gordon Brown MP)
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
Matthew d'Ancona ... Himself
Robert Harris
Simon Hughes ... Himself (as Simon Hughes MP)
Polly Toynbee ... Herself
Minette Walters ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 6: Episode #3.6

14 October 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Carol Thatcher and Patrick Kielty reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Matt Dawson talked about the famous victory won by the England Rugby team in Paris yesterday against the hosts France and how it compared with England's performance in the Rugby World Cup final four years ago. Sir Michael Lyons, the Chairman of the BBC Trust, discussed the future of the BBC with Andrew ahead of his crucial meeting with the Director General of the BBC. Former ATS Pilot, Freydis Sharland and Historian Giles Whittall reminisced about the role of the forgotten ATS during World War II. The ATS were all women pilots who were responsible for delivering aircraft such as Spitfires, Hurricanes, Lancasters and Wellingtons from the factories where they were built to the aerodromes to be flown by the RAF. David Davis MP, the Shadow Home Secretary, discusses the current upturn in Conservative fortunes and how they will manage their opposition to the government until the next general election. The Business and Enterprise Secretary, John Hutton MP, discusses the disastrous last two weeks for the government in general and Primeminister Brown in particular.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Gary O'Donoghue ... Himself - Political Correspondent
James Pearce ... Himself - Sports Correspondent
David Davis ... Himself - Shadow Home Secretary (as David Davis MP)
Matt Dawson ... Himself
John Hutton ... Himself - Business and Enterprise Secretary (as John Hutton MP)
Patrick Kielty ... Himself
Michael Lyons ... Himself - Chairman, BBC Trust (as Sir Michael Lyons)
Freydis Sharland ... Herself - Former Auxiliary Transport Service Pilot
Carol Thatcher ... Herself
Giles Whittall ... Himself - Historian

Season 3, Episode 7: Episode #3.7

21 October 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Christiane Amanpour and Lord Hattersley reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Jim Murphy MP and William Hague MP discuss with Andrew the pros and cons of the recently signed but not ratified Lisbon Treaty and its ramifications for the UK. Ronnie Wood, of rock band 'The Rolling Stones', talks about his life and career as a member of the band and his new career as an artist. In the wake of the resignation of Sir Menzies Campbell MP, Andrew interviews Nick Clegg MP and Chris Huhne MP, the two declared candidates in the Liberal Democrat leadership election. They discuss their many similarities and very few differences and how the cause of Liberalism will progress under leadership.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Barnie Choudhury ... Himself - Reporter
James Pearce ... Himself - Sports Correspondent

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - CNN International Correspondent
Nick Clegg ... Himself (as Nick Clegg MP)
William Hague ... Himself (as William Hague MP)
Roy Hattersley ... Himself (as Lord Hattersley)
Chris Huhne ... Himself (as Chris Huhne MP)
Jim Murphy ... Himself - Europe Minister (as Jim Murphy MP)

Ron Wood ... Himself (as Ronnie Wood)

Season 3, Episode 8: Episode #3.8

28 October 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and BBC correspondent Alan Johnston, broadcaster Esther Rantzen and author Ken Follett reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Alan Johnson talked about his 114 days of captivity in Gaza and his extraordinary release. Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond MSP talked to Andrew about devolution in Scotland and his parties' plans for full independence in the future. Andrew interviewed actor and director Robert Redford about his new film "Lions for Lambs" which he hopes will provoke political debate and inspire a new generation of film makers to produce this genre of films. Deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman MP talked about her election, the current state of Labour in the polls, possible changes to the Abortion Act which reached its fortieth birthday this week, and various womens' issues such as trafficking.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Gordon Corera ... Himself - Reporter
Ken Follett ... Himself
Harriet Harman ... Herself (as Harriet Harman MP)
Alan Johnston ... Himself
Esther Rantzen ... Herself

Robert Redford ... Himself

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

Season 3, Episode 9: Episode #3.9

4 November 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Baroness Kennedy, Political Historian Anthony Seldon, and Political Editor of 'The Sun' George Pascoe-Watson, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Colleen Graffy of US State Department talked to Andrew about the relationship between the US and the UK especially the difference of their approach to the two big issues of Iran and Iraq. The Work and Pensions Secretary Peter Hain MP, discussed with Andrew the error in the number of migrant workers in the UK and then more generally the state of employment in this country currently and in the future. Via telephone, the Former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto talked to Andrew about the current state of martial law that exists in Pakistan and how she will react to this and her political plans for the future. The Shadow Chancellor George Osborne MP discusses immigration into the UK and whether the current rate is too high.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
David Chazan ... Himself - Reporter
Benazir Bhutto ... Herself (voice)
Colleen Graffy ... Herself - US State Department
Peter Hain ... Himself (as Peter Hain MP)
Helena Kennedy ... Herself (as Baroness Kennedy)
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)
George Pascoe-Watson ... Himself
Anthony Seldon ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 10: Episode #3.10

11 November 2007
On this Amistice Day, Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines whilst journalist Sarah Sands, writer & broadcaster Carol Thatcher, and novelist Will Self reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. The Mayor of London Ken Livingstone talked to Andrew about his support for Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair in light of guilty verdict in the court case and the damming report by the IPCC. In tribute to Norman Mailer who died this week, Andrew showed again part of his interview with him from five years ago. Chief of the Defence Staff Sir Jock Stirrup talked to Andrew about various military operational issues such as Iraq, Afghanistan, support for troops when they return home, faulty equipment, housing for soldiers in the UK, aging Nimrod aircraft and is the government making enough resources available to the armed forces. Andrew Motion, the Poet Laureate, talks about the First World War poet Wilfred Owen and read one of his poems to commemorate Remmembrance Sunday.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Caroline Wyatt ... Herself - Defence Correspondent
Ken Livingstone ... Himself - Mayor of London

Norman Mailer ... Himself (archive footage)
Andrew Motion ... Himself - Poet Laureate
Sarah Sands ... Herself
Will Self ... Himself
Jock Stirrup ... Himself - Chief of the Defence Staff (as Sir Jock Stirrup)
Carol Thatcher ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 11: Episode #3.11

18 November 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Amanda Platell and David Aaronovitch reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Michael Gove MP talked about the education of children especially the teaching method known as "Synthetic Phonics" for the young and keeping A-Levels for older children. Liberal Democrat Norman Baker MP and Journalist Tom Mangold, discussed with Andrew the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Dr. David Kelly and the Hutton inquiry which ensued to investigate it. Artist Alison Jackson as talked to Andrew about her work, which involves the use of lookalikes to create images of well known figures in compromising positions. The Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly MP discussed the latest security measures for transport announced by the government this week, how they will be implemented, how they will effect the traveling public and what will be the the environmental impact. As the interview progressed Ruth Kelly also talked about the government's transport aspirations for the future including road pricing when the technology becomes available and building more railway track.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
David Aaronovitch ... Himself
Norman Baker ... Himself (as Norman Baker MP)
Michael Gove ... Himself (as Michael Gove MP)
Alison Jackson ... Herself - Artist
Ruth Kelly ... Herself (as Ruth Kelly MP)
Tom Mangold ... Himself
Amanda Platell ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 12: Episode #3.12

25 November 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and, Author and Columnist Jane Moore and Historian Simon Sebag Montefiore, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Trevor Phillips, the head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, talked to Andrew about his campaign against violence towards women following the new UN initiative on this subject. The film director Peter Bogdanovich talked to Andrew about his work as an actor and director especially his latest movie about Tom Petty. David Davis MP, the Shadow Home Secretary, talked to Andrew about various issues such as data protection in light of the lost database this week, failings of the Revenue as a whole and the extension beyond 28 days for holding terror suspects. On behalf of the government, Jack Sraw MP, rebutted all the issues raised by the previous interviewee and also talked about prison overcrowding and ID cards. The Jazz Trumpeter Hugh Masekela played out the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Reeta Chakrabarti ... Herself - Political Correspondent

Peter Bogdanovich ... Himself
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)
Hugh Masekela ... Himself
Simon Sebag Montefiore ... Himself - Historian
Jane Moore ... Herself
Trevor Phillips ... Himself - Equality and Human Rights Commission
Jack Straw ... Himself (as Jack Straw MP)

Season 3, Episode 13: Episode #3.13

2 December 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Journalist Mary Ann Sieghart, outgoing editor of "The Observer" Roger Alton, and Sir Howard Davies from London School of Economics reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Hazel Blears MP, the Communities Seretary, discussed with Andrew the Labour party donation crisis that exploded this week and for the future how all political parties should be funded, limits on personal donations and a cap on corporate funding. Singer and songwriter Joni Mitchell, who talked about her life and work, the reasons for her retirement, why she has started to compose again for the ballet and her critically-acclaimed new album. Andrew talked to the leader of the opposition David Cameron MP about various issues such as Labour party donations, future party political funding, Gordon Brown's ability to be Prime Minister, who should be allowed to donate to political parties, and should a cap be applied to donations no matter what the source?
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
James Hardy ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Helena Wilkinson ... News Correspondent
Roger Alton ... Himself
Hazel Blears ... Herself (as Hazel Blears MP)
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
Howard Davies ... Himself (as Sir Howard Davies)
Jim Fitzpatrick ... Himself (as Jim Fitzpatrick MP)

Joni Mitchell ... Herself
Mary Ann Sieghart ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 14: Episode #3.14

9 December 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Esther McVey, columnist Rod Liddle and actress Jenny Seagrove reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. In his last week in office as acting leader of the Liberal Democrat Party talks to Andrew about various defence issues and the slowdown in the economy highlighted by the falling house market. The Most Reverend John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, talks with Andrew about human rights issues in Africa especially in Zimbabwe. In a dramatic gesture the Archbishop cut up his dog collar to symbolise the shredding of lives in Zimbabwe and won't wear another one until Mugabe is removed from power. The Children's Secretary Ed Balls MP talked to Andrew various issues of education in the UK prompted by the international league tables that came out this week.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
James Munro ... Himself - Sports Correspondent
James Westhead ... Himself - Education Correspondent
Ed Balls ... Himself - Children's Secretary (as Ed Balls MP)
Vince Cable ... Himself - Liberal Democrat, Acting Leader (as Vincent Cable MP)

Ray Davies ... Himself
Rod Liddle ... Himself
Esther McVey ... Herself

Jenny Seagrove ... Herself
John Sentamu ... Himself - Archbishop of York (as Most Reverend John Sentamu)

Season 3, Episode 15: Episode #3.15

16 December 2007
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and actress Penelope Keith, and author Nick Hornby reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Charles Kennedy MP and Andrew discussed various issues concerning the Liberal Democratic party and the soon-to-be concluded leadership contest. Comedian Rory Bremner reviewed the years' events in his own humorously unique way. By video link from Basra, Iraq, foreign secretary David Miliband MP spoke to Andrew about the handover of responsibility to the Iraqi army and the forthcoming reduction in British troops. Former Prime Minister Sir John Major looked back at specific events from the political year and how they related to his time in office. The show finished with children singing a Christmas carol.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Rory Bremner ... Himself

Nick Hornby ... Himself
Penelope Keith ... Herself
Charles Kennedy ... Himself (as Charles Kennedy MP)
John Major ... Himself (as Sir John Major)
David Miliband ... Himself - Foreign Secretary (as David Miliband MP)

Season 3, Episode 16: Episode #3.16

6 January 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Broadcaster Carol Vorderman, and author Giles Brandreth reviewed the Sunday newspapers with Andrew Marr. Raila Odinga, the Kenyan Opposition Leader, spoke to Andrew about the political problems and the deepening humanitarian crisis that is developing in Kenya. Musician and activist Annie Lennox talked to Andrew about her collaboration with Nelson Mandela to raise awareness of the HIV and AIDS pandemic sweeping across sub-Saharan Africa. North American Editor Justin Webb, reported on the recent Iowa caucus, the upcoming New Hampshire primary and the generally exciting outlook for the rest of the presidential campaign. The majority of the show was devoted to a wide ranging interview with the Prime minister, Gordon Brown MP. Some of the issues covered were the future of the economy, Northern Rock, the National Health Service, the current skills crisis, financial stability and inflation, his personal popularity rating and the rising challenge of David Cameron and the Tory party.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Justin Webb ... Himself - North American Editor
Gyles Brandreth ... Himself
Gordon Brown ... Himself (as Gordon Brown MP)

Annie Lennox ... Herself - Musician and Activist
Raila Odinga ... Himself - Kenyan Opposition Leader

Carol Vorderman ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 17: Episode #3.17

13 January 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and ?Alex Deakin? forecast the Weather. Author and columnist Jane Moore, and The Independent columnist Dominic Lawson, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Foreign Office Minister Lord Malloch-Brown talked about his responsibilities in the Foreign Office which include Kenya, South Africa and Pakistan. Actor Simon Callow, talks about his life and work especially his upcoming stage appearances for this year. The majority of the show was devoted to a wide ranging interview with the leader of the opposition, David Cameron MP. Some of the issues covered were the Conservative chances of winning the next general election, the Peter Hain election campaign debacle, party funding for general elections, the nationalisation of Northern Rock, a referendum on the latest EU treaty, the future of nuclear power stations, and finally the reorganisation of the benefits system.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
James Hardy ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Branwen Jeffreys ... Herself - Home Affairs Correspondent

Simon Callow ... Himself
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
Dominic Lawson ... Himself
Mark Malloch-Brown ... Himself (as Lord Malloch-Brown)
Jane Moore ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 18: Episode #3.18

20 January 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Louise Lear forecast the Weather. Broadcaster Kirsty Young, and actor Timothy West reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Andrew interviewed the new leader of the Liberal Democratic party, Nick Clegg MP about his views and major issues such as devolution of power from central government, local taxation, the postcode lottery that still exists in the National Health Service, the extension of detention without trial of terrorist suspects from 28 to 42 days, what can be done about Britain's broken political system, and finally could he form a coalition with either party? Classical violinist Tasmin Little talks about the release of her latest album free on the Internet and her plans to busk in shopping centres and schools. The remainder of the show Andrew interviewed Home Secretary Jacqui Smith MP about various issues such as the increase of terrorist suspect detention from 28 to 42 days, violent crime especially the Gary Newlove case, the low cost of alcohol and under age drinking, no-go areas, and finally police pay. Tasmin Little played out the show with a piece by Bach.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Louise Lear ... Herself - Weather Reporter
Jonathan Beale ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Nick Clegg ... Himself (as Nick Clegg MP)
Tasmin Little ... Herself - Violinist
Jacqui Smith ... Herself - Home Secretary (as Jacqui Smith MP)

Timothy West ... Himself
Kirsty Young ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 19: Episode #3.19

27 January 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Daily Telegraph reporter Jeff Randall, and actress Jane Asher reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. The new Work and Pensions Secretary James Purnell MP discusses the issues and problems of his new job which he received after the resignation of Peter Hain MP. He will make a major speech in the Hous of Commons tomorrow to set out the governments agenda on work and pensions. By video link from Davos, Switzerland the Shadow Chancellor George Osborne MP discusses, with Andrew, the crisis at Northern Rock and the damaging report on the FSA. Historian Professor Simon Schama, talks about the electrifying American Presidential campaign and how lessons could be learned in the UK. The former Liberal Democrat party leader, Sir Menzies Campbell MP, breaks his silence, at last, and discusses whether he jumped or was pushed from his leadership job and the reasons behind the decision.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Jonathan Beale ... Himself - Reporter
Reeta Chakrabarti ... Herself - Political Correspondent

Jane Asher ... Herself
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)
James Purnell ... Himself - Work and Pensions Secretary (as James Purnell MP)
Jeff Randall ... Himself
Simon Schama ... Himself - Historian (as Professor Simon Schama)

Season 3, Episode 20: Episode #3.20

3 February 2008
Louise Minchin read the latest news headlines and Louise Lear forecast the Weather. Christina Lamb and Hunter Davies reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Sadiq Khan MP spoke to Andrew about the allegations in the papers that he was bugged by the security services on a prison visit. Nigel Farage MEP spoke to Andrew about the passage of the EU Treaty bill through Parliament and the lack of attention it is receiving considering its importance. Andrew interviewed the Model & Actress Jerry Hall about her life and work. She is currently making a show about love to be broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on Valentines day. Jerry is currently writing her auto-biography. Sir David Attenbrough, now over 80, spoke to Andrew about his fifty years of making natural history programmes for the BBC. Will they continue after his retirement? Comedian Rory Bremner reviewed the past weeks' events in his own humorously unique way. The International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander MP spoke to Andrew about the crisis in Afghanistan. Will the efforts of the NATO mission fail and the country become a failed state as the latest report on the country suggests?
Peter Sissons ... Himself - Presenter
Louise Minchin ... Herself - Newsreader
Louise Lear ... Herself - Weather Reporter
Laura Kuenssberg ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Douglas Alexander ... Himself (as Douglas Alexander MP)

David Attenborough ... Himself (as Sir David Attenborough)
Rory Bremner ... Himself
Hunter Davies ... Himself
Nigel Farage ... Himself (as Nigel Farage MEP)

Jerry Hall ... Herself
Sadiq Khan ... Himself (as Sadiq Khan MP)
Christina Lamb ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 21: Episode #3.21

10 February 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Liam Dutton forecast the Weather. Journalist and Broadcaster Amanda Platell, and Novelist Martin Amis, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Via video link Andrew spoke to Democrat Senator James Webb about the current state of the American presidential election as the next primary is in Virginia. European Trade commissioner Peter Mandelson MEP talked to Andrew about the possibility of a recession in the coming year, why protectionism is bad news for European economies, the increase of free trade and globalization. They also discussed the possibility of Tony Blair becoming President of the EU. Andrew interviewed Lord Ashdown about the loss of the International Commissioner to Afghanistan job and why a seemingly done deal suddenly fell apart. Boris Johnson MP talked to Andrew about his candidacy for London mayor and the issues on which he will campaign such as crime, oyster cards, transport, and the Metropolitan police.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Liam Dutton ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Robert Piggott ... Himself - Religious Affairs Correspondent
Martin Amis ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Paddy Ashdown ... Himself (as Lord Ashdown)

Boris Johnson ... Himself (as Boris Johnson MP)
Peter Mandelson ... Himself (as Peter Mandelson MEP)

John McCain ... Himself (archive footage) (as Senator John McCain)
Amanda Platell ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jim Webb ... Himself (as Sen. James Webb)

Season 3, Episode 22: Episode #3.22

17 February 2008
Sophie Long read the latest news headlines and Alex Deakin forecast the Weather. Labour MEP Glenys Kinnock, and prospective parliamentary candidate Shaun Bailey reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Imran Khan, the Chairman of the Movement for Justice, spoke to Andrew about why his party will boycott the upcoming elections in Parkistan. The Shadow Security Minister, Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones spoke to Andrew about various security issues especially the creation of a national security council, similar to the Homeland Security in America. This council has been long promised by the Prime Minister but is still not on the horizon. Andrew interviewed the Communities Seretary Hazel Blears MP about the recent report about integration and social cohesion in the UK. Nawaz Sharif talked to Andrew about the problems involved in taking part in the upcoming Pakistani elections and his belief that th incumbent president will do whatever it takes to win these elections. Mark Dornford-May, director of "The Magic Flute", briefly told Andrew about the new emerging cultural voice of South Africa and this very different version of "The Magic Flute" that his company is showing in London.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sophie Long ... Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Guto Harri ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Mark Mardell ... Himself - Reporter
Shaun Bailey ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Hazel Blears ... Herself (as Hazel Blears MP)
Mark Dornford-May ... Himself
Imran Khan ... Himself - Chairman, Movement for Justice
Glenys Kinnock ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Glenys Kinnock MEP)
Pauline Neville-Jones ... Herself - Shadow Security Minister (as Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones)
Nawaz Sharif ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 23: Episode #3.23

24 February 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Louise Lear forecast the Weather. Writer and broadcaster Carol Thatcher and the Director of Liberty, Shami Chakrabarti reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. The Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, spoke to Andrew about the upcoming mayoral elections and the suspension of one of his officials for abuse of office. One issue of interest is should he seek a third term in office? In the week that two of his early works opened in the West End, writer and retired barrister Sir John Mortimer, spoke to Andrew about his life and work and, of course, his eponymous TV creation "Rumpole of the Bailey". In the light of two very high profile murder convictions using DNA evidence, Shadow Home Secretary David Davis, addressed the very important question of whether the state should maintain a DNA database of the entire population of the UK. David and Andrew also discussed the UK's youth drinking culture and how it could be curtailed. Former Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett MP, who has just been elected chair of the joint intelligence select committee talked to Andrew about the issue of extraordinary rendition which came to the fore this when the USA admitted to using Diego Garcia for such flights!
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Louise Lear ... Herself - Weather Reporter
Robert Hall ... Himself - Reporter
Ben Wright ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Margaret Beckett ... Herself (as Margaret Beckett MP)
Shami Chakrabarti ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)
Ken Livingstone ... Himself - Mayor of London
John Mortimer ... Himself (as Sir John Mortimer)
Carol Thatcher ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 3, Episode 24: Episode #3.24

2 March 2008
Louise Minchin read the latest news headlines and Liam Dutton forecast the Weather. Journalist & Broadcaster Mary Ann Sieghart, and Liberal Democratic mayoral candidate Brian Paddick, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. By video link Andrew spoke to Garry Kasparov, former chess grand master and now leader of "The Other Russia" Coalition about the unfairness of the current Russian elections and why these elections are not free and fair. Also by video link from Red Square, Andrew spoke to President Putin's official spokesman, Dimtry Peskov, who replied to the comments and accusations made by Gary Kasparov. The former Head of the Army, General Sir Mike Jackson spoke to Andrew about Prince Harry's tour of duty in Afghanistan which was brought to an end abruptly this week when details of Prince Harry's deployment was leaked on a website. Again, via video link from the Labour Spring conference in Birmingham, the deputy leader of the Labour party, Harriet Harmon MP spoke to Andrew about political financing especially members' salaries and expenses. Andrew highlighted the cases of Derek Conway MP and the Speaker, Michael Martin MP, who have been vilified in the press in recent months. Singer KT Tunstall, talked about her recent work and her environmental activism. One of her songs is used by Senator Hilary Clinton whilst campaigning to be President of the USA. She also sang a song to end the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Louise Minchin ... Herself - Newsreader
Liam Dutton ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Laura Trevelyan ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Harriet Harman ... Herself - Deputy Leader of Labour Party (as Harriet Harman MP)
Mike Jackson ... Himself - Former Head of the Army (as General Sir Mike Jackson)
Garry Kasparov ... Himself - Leader, 'The Other Russia' Coalition
Brian Paddick ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Dmitriy Peskov ... Himself - President Putin's Official Spokesman (as Dmitry Peskov)
Mary Ann Sieghart ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

K.T. Tunstall ... Herself - Musician

Season 3, Episode 25: Episode #3.25

9 March 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Louise Lear forecast the Weather. Journalist Kelvin MacKenzie, and the new BBC economics editor Stephanie Flanders reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. In the week when the First Minister of Northern Ireland announced his retirement from politics, Dr. Ian Paisley MP MLA, spoke to Andrew about his life, his cause to defeat the IRA and his religion. Comedian Rory Bremner reviewed the past weeks' events in his own humorously unique way. Singer and ex-soldier James Blunt, spoke to Andrew about the influences on his song writing and his former life as a soldier in Kosovo. Andrew interviewed Shadow Chancellor George Osborne MP about the current state of the economy, stealth taxation and what the Chancellor will do in his budget this week. The problems of re-election in such a difficult economic climate were also discussed.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Louise Lear ... Herself - Weather Reporter
James Landell ... Himself - Political Correspondent

James Blunt
Rory Bremner ... Himself
Stephanie Flanders ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Kelvin Mackenzie ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)
Ian Paisley ... Himself (as Dr. Ian Paisley MP MLA)

Season 3, Episode 26: Episode #3.26

16 March 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Alex Deakin forecast the Weather. Author and Columnist, Jane Moore and The Independent columnist, Dominic Lawson reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Ten years on from the Northen Ireland Good Friday Agreement, Jonathan Powell, Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Tony Blair from 1997 to 2007, has published his memoirs of his time in office and answers questions from Andrew on this topic. Shadow Foreign Secretary William Hague MP, from the Conservative Spring conference, talked to Andrew about the current popularity of his party, the possibility of tax cuts during the first term of a Conservative government, troops in Iraq, and prospects of his party in the next general election. Andrew interviewed Seamus Heaney about his life and work as a Poet. He finished the interview by reading one of his poems.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Andy Moore ... Himself - News Correspondent
Quentin Sommerville ... Himself - China Correspondent

Tony Blair ... Himself (archive footage)
William Hague ... Himself - Shadow Foreign Secretary (as William Hague MP)
Seamus Heaney ... Himself - Poet
Dominic Lawson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jane Moore ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jonathan Powell ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 27: Episode #3.27

30 March 2008
Sarah Campbell read the latest news headlines and Chris Fawkes forecast the Weather. Liberal Democrat, Deputy Leader Vincent Cable MP and Journalist & Broadcaster Benedicte Paviot reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Via video link from South Africa, the Most Reverend John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, spoke to Andrew about the elections in Zimbabwe and its' consequences for the people and the wider world. Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond MP MSP talked to Andrew about devolution in Scotland and his parties' plans for full independence in the future via a referendum of the Scottish people. Musician Emmanuel Jal, a former child soldier in Darfur, talked to Andrew about his life, his rescue by a Britsh aid worker, and his music which highlights the issues surrounding his former life and the crisis in Darfur. Home Secretary Jacqui Smith MP talked to Andrew about various issues including the extension to the current 28 days pre-trial detention to 42 days, the early release of terrorists due to prison overcrowding, illegal immigrants and their working illegally, is the government still listening to the people and finally the expenses of Michael Martin MP the Speaker of the House.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sarah Campbell ... Herself - Newsreader
Chris Fawkes ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Gordon Brown ... Himself - Prime Minister (archive footage) (as Gordon Brown MP)
Vince Cable ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Vincent Cable MP)

Emmanuel Jal ... Himself - Musician
Benedicte Paviot ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Alex Salmond ... Himself - First Minister of Scotland (as Alex Salmond MP MSP)
John Sentamu ... Himself - Archbishop of York (as Dr. John Sentamu)
Jacqui Smith ... Herself - Home Secretary (as Jacqui Smith MP)

Season 3, Episode 28: Episode #3.28

6 April 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Liam Dutton forecast the Weather. Former Chancellor Lord Lawson and former sports minister Kate Hoey MP reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Writer & director Mike Leigh spoke to Andrew about his life and work in the British film industry. Uniquely, Mike doesn't start with a script and allows the characters and events in the film to grow organically in collaboration with his actors. In an interview recorded yesterday, Andrew spoke to the new Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, about various issues including human rights in China, boycotting the Olympic games, dealing with the Aborigines, the timing when Australia will become a Republic, the Zimbabwe election, and finally some advice to Gordon Brown. The Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg MP, spoke to Andrew about various issues including the Prime Minister welcoming the Olympic flame and attending the Olympic opening ceremony, his lifestyle especially his drug taking in student days, the reclassification of cannabis, and finally the new tax bands that come into force today at the start of the new tax year. The Secretary of State for Business, John Hutton MP, was grilled by Andrew about the new tax bands and their affect on low-income and working class people.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Liam Dutton ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Nick Higham ... Himself - Arts Correspondent
Nick Clegg ... Himself (as Nick Clegg MP)
Kate Hoey ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Kate Hoey MP)
John Hutton ... Himself - Business and Enterprise Secretary (as John Hutton MP)
Nigel Lawson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Lord Lawson)

Mike Leigh ... Himself
Alison Moyet ... Herself
Kevin Rudd ... Himself - Australian Prime Minister

Season 3, Episode 29: Episode #3.29

20 April 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Chris Fawkes forecast the Weather. Principal Speaker of the Green Party Caroline Lucas MEP and Political Blogger Iain Dale reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Via video link Ieuan Wyn Jones AM, Plaid Cymru leader, spoke to Andrew about the upcoming local elections in Wales where all seats are up for grabs. Actor Jeremy Irons spoke to Andrew about his latest job playing former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. Andrew interviewed Shadow Chancellor George Osborne MP about the current revolt in Parliament caused by the abolition of the ten pence tax rate which has hit the poorest members of society hardest and what his party will do about it. Musician Billy Bragg, talked to Andrew about his life and latest work. Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling MP spoke to Andrew about the current tax situation and what will be done in the future and the current "Credit Crunch" crisis. Billy Bragg sang out the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Chris Fawkes ... Himself - Weather Reporter

Billy Bragg ... Himself - Musician
Iain Dale ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Alistair Darling ... Himself - Chancellor of the Exchequer (as Alistair Darling MP)

Jeremy Irons ... Himself
Ieuan Wyn Jones ... Himself - Leader, Plaid Cymru (as Ieuan Wyn Jones AM)
Caroline Lucas ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Caroline Lucas MEP)
Harold Macmillan ... Himself - Prime Minister (archive footage)
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)

Season 3, Episode 30: Episode #3.30

27 April 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Daniel Corbett forecast the Weather. Journalist and former MP Martin Bell, and broadcaster Mariella Frostrup, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Andrew spoke to David Cameron MP about the current standing of the Conservative party in the polls and then preceded to cover the issues of taxation, public spending, cutting wasteful government and how this will be different under a future Conservative government. Writer and broadcaster talked to Andrew About his life and work especially his travel programs. Foreign Seretary David Milliband MP was interviewed by Andrew about his work in government including his recent trips to Pakistan and Iraq.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Daniel Corbett ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Martin Bell ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)

Mariella Frostrup ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
David Miliband ... Himself - Foreign Seretary (as David Miliband MP)

Michael Palin ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 31: Episode #3.31

4 May 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Daily Mail Columnist Amanda Platell, Author & Journalist Lionel Shriver, and The Daily Mirror associate editor Kevin Maguire reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Dr. Liam Fox MP spoke to Andrew about the recent Conservative party victories in local elections and the London Mayoral elections and where the party goes from here. Actress Jane Horrocks talked to Andrew about her latest theatre production, a political drama, which is a big departure from her comedy roles for which she is known. In a wide-ranging interview, the Prime Minister Gordon Brown MP, spoke to Andrew about the recent election defeats and where he and the Labour government can go from here! The Prime Minister re-iterated his determination to do the job, to continue with his policies and push forward regardless of the current difficulties to bring the country through this time of economic strife.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Ross Hawkins ... Himself - Reporter
Gordon Brown ... Himself - Prime Minister (as Gordon Brown MP)
Liam Fox ... Himself - Shadow Defense Secretary (as Dr. Liam Fox MP)

Jane Horrocks ... Herself
Kevin Maguire ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Amanda Platell ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Lionel Shriver ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 3, Episode 32: Episode #3.32

11 May 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Louise Lear forecast the Weather. Writer & wife of George Osborne MP, Frances Osborne and Jonathan Dimbleby, Writer & Broadcaster, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Asif Ali Zardari, the joint leader of the PPP, spoke to Andrew about life after Benazir Bhutto and leading the PPP party. Notorious in the press as 'Lord Cashpoint', the man at the centre of the "Cash for Honours" scandal, former Labour party fund raiser Lord Levy, talked to Andrew about the whole affair, how it affected him and his relationship with Tony Blair. Actor Philip Glenister talked to Andrew about his role in the successful BBC drama "Life on Mars". The International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander MP gave Andrew the latest news about the unfolding crisis in Burma and how the international community can proceed from the current situation.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Louise Lear ... Herself - Weather Reporter
Sue Littlemore ... Herself - Reporter
Douglas Alexander ... Himself - International Development Secretary (as Douglas Alexander MP)
Jonathan Dimbleby ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Philip Glenister ... Himself
Michael Levy ... Himself (as Lord Levy)
Frances Osborne ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Asif Ali Zardari ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 33: Episode #3.33

18 May 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Author and Sun Columnist Jane Moore, and The Spectator Journalist Fraser Nelson, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Andrew interviewed Health Minister Dawn Primarolo MP about the current state of debate on abortion, especially the 24 week limit, and embryology, especially the creation of hybrid embryos, which will be before the Commons this week. Via telephone Foreign Office Minister Lord Malloch-Brown spoke to Andrew about the current humanitarian crisis existing in Burma and the state of the aid relief which is being resisted still by the Burmese leaders. Andrew spoke to Commander Ali Dizaei, a member of the Association of Black Police Officers, who has been promoted to commander on the fifth time of asking about racism in the Metropolitan police. Andrew spoke to actress Greta Scacchi about her life and work, especially her current role in the London revival of Terence Rattigan's 1952 play "The Deep Blue Sea". Finally, Andrew interviewed the Shadow Home Secretary David Davis MP about various crime issues such as 'Stop & Search', youth crime and prevention, the sale of alcohol to minors and police bureaucracy.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Fergus Walsh ... Himself - Medical Correspondent
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)
Ali Dizaei ... Himself (as Commander Ali Dizaei)
Mark Malloch-Brown ... Himself - Foreign Office Minister (voice) (as Lord Malloch-Brown)
Jane Moore ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Fraser Nelson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Dawn Primarolo ... Herself - Health Minister (as Dawn Primarolo MP)

Greta Scacchi ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 34: Episode #3.34

25 May 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Liam Dutton forecast the Weather. Author Bill Bryson, Dail Mail journalist Ann Leslie and Conservative Eric Pickles MP reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott MP, talked to Andrew about his, recently published auto-biography, which details his struggle with bulimia and his work in office which included being peace keeper between former Prime Minister Tony Blair and current Prime Minister Gordon Brown MP. Also, he gave Andrew his opinions about Gordon Brown MP, the current state of the Labour government and the current economic woes. Writer Gore Vidal talked to Andrew about he current political situation in the United States and gave his views about each of the presidential candidates. Health Secretary Alan Johnson MP talked to Andrew about the current problems facing the Labour party and what needs to be done from now to regain the initiative. He, also, addressed the issues of rising commodity prices, energy, the Post Office, and finally the question of the leadership of the Labour party. The interview concluded with a discussion on health issues such as smoking and alcohol.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Liam Dutton ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Bill Bryson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Alan Johnson ... Himself - Health Secretary (as Alan Johnson MP)
Ann Leslie ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Eric Pickles ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Eric Pickles MP)
John Prescott ... Himself (as John Prescott MP)

Gore Vidal ... Himself - Writer

Season 3, Episode 35: Episode #3.35

1 June 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Louise Lear forecast the Weather. Journalist Daniel Johnson, newly-elected Crewe & Nantwich Member of Parliament Edward Timpson MP and Baroness Helena Kennedy reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Writer Ffion Hague spoke to Andrew about her recently published biography on former Prime Minister Lloyd George. Andrew interviewed the shadow Children, Schools & Families Secretary Michael Gove MP about the state of education in state schools today and what can be done to improve the current dismal situation. Sir Ian McKellen spoke to Andrew about his life and work especially his campaigning for gay rights. Justice Secretary Jack Straw MP spoke to Andrew about the contentious detention legislation currently progressing through Parliament and how the government is building in safeguards to quell the rebellion within party ranks.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Louise Lear ... Herself - Weather Reporter
Laura Kuenssberg ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Michael Gove ... Himself - Shadow Children, Schools & Families Secretary (as Michael Gove MP)
Ffion Hague ... Herself
Daniel Johnson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Helena Kennedy ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Baroness Kennedy)
David Lloyd George ... Himself (archive footage)

Ian McKellen ... Himself (as Sir Ian McKellen)
Jack Straw ... Himself - Justice Secretary (as Jack Straw MP)
Edward Timpson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Edward Timpson MP)

Season 3, Episode 36: Episode #3.36

8 June 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Chris Fawkes forecast the Weather. Sarah Sands from The Readers Digest, and Skills Minister David Lammy MP reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Boris Johnson, the new Mayor of London, spoke to Andrew about what his tenure as Mayor will entail such as "boot camp" for excluded children, fighting knife crime, the introduction of the new generation of Route-Master buses, financial management of Europe's largest city and many others. David Tennant, the current "Dr. Who", spoke to Andrew about his life as an actor especially his current role as Hamlet in the theatre. Home Secretary Jacqui Smith MP talked to Andrew about how the government responds to terrorism especially the current legislation progressing through Parliament which contains the controversial forty-two days detention for terror suspects. The discussion moved moved on to youth crime and knife crime in particular.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Chris Fawkes ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Kim Ghattas ... Herself - Reporter
Iain Watson ... Himself - Political Correspondent

Boris Johnson ... Himself - Mayor of London
David Lammy ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as David Lammy MP)

Laurence Olivier ... Himself (archive footage)
Sarah Sands ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jacqui Smith ... Herself - Home Secretary (as Jacqui Smith MP)

David Tennant ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 37: Episode #3.37

15 June 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Liam Dutton forecast the Weather. The Evening Standard Executive Editor, Anne McElvoy, and Writer & Journalist Tony Parsons reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. The Liberal Democrats Leader, Nick Clegg MP, spoke to Andrew about his decision for his party not to fight the David Davis MP bye election and where his party stands in light of the Irish NO vote on the new European treaty. The former Shadow Home Secretary, David Davis MP, spoke to Andrew about his extraordinary decision to resign his parliamentary seat and take the issue of 42 days detention to the people. Violinist Nigel Kennedy talked to Andrew about his political activism, his classical violin but mostly about his new area of interest, playing and composing for the jazz violin. Foreign Seretary, David Milliband MP, spoke to Andrew about the Irish NO vote and how the British government proceeds from here and what can be done to reconcile the Irish decision. Nigel Kennedy played out the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Liam Dutton ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Laura Kuenssberg ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Nick Clegg ... Himself (as Nick Clegg MP)
David Davis ... Himself - Former Shadow Home Secretary (as David Davis MP)
Nigel Kennedy ... Himself - Violinist
Anne McElvoy ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
David Miliband ... Himself - Foreign Seretary (as David Miliband MP)
Tony Parsons ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 3, Episode 38: Episode #3.38

22 June 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Liam Dutton forecast the Weather. Journalist & Broadcaster Mary Ann Sieghart and Political Columnist of the Daily Mail, Peter Oborne, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Former Wimbledon tennis champion Martina Navratilova talks to Andrew about match fixing stories in the Sunday papers and her new career as an artist. The Shadow Business Secretary Alan Duncan MP first answered two questions about his personal finances raised by articles in various Sunday papers and then talked to Andrew about his party's economic strategy for the country. Via video link Andrew talked to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling MP, about the government's economic record and its strategy to combat the current economic woes of high oil prices, failing house prices and the ongoing credit crunch caused by the American housing market collapse. Mr. Darling also mentioned the Prime Minister's trip to Saudia Arabia to persuade them to increase oil production and invest in emerging technologies and nuclear energy. Musician and activist Annie Lennox, talked to Andrew about campaigning for the cause of HIV/AIDS in Africa and the upcoming concert in London's Hyde Park to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of Nelson Mandela. Annie Lennox sang out the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Liam Dutton ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Paul Wood ... Himself - Reporter
Alistair Darling ... Himself - Chancellor of the Exchequer (as Alistair Darling MP)
Alan Duncan ... Himself - Shadow Business Secretary (as Alan Duncan MP)

Annie Lennox ... Herself - Musician and Activist

Martina Navratilova ... Herself
Peter Oborne ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Mary Ann Sieghart ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 3, Episode 39: Episode #3.39

29 June 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Liam Dutton, forecast the Weather. Via video link Andrew interviewed former archbishop of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu, about the current dire situation in Zimbabwe and the sham elections that have just happened and what can be done by the international community to help the people of Zimbabwe. Daily Mail columnist Allison Pearson, and broadcaster Sir Gerry Robinson, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Via video link from York Minster, the Most Reverend John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, spoke to Andrew about the sham elections in Zimbabwe and what can be done to remove Mugabe from power and help the people of Zimbabwe. Andrew spoke to Foreign Office Minister Lord Malloch Brown about the sham elections in Zimbabwe and the difficult diplomatic situation this is causing both in Africa and the wider world. He also mentioned the meeting of the African Union taking place this week and the stronger stance taken be the United Nations. Andrew spoke to former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, about losing the election and how he sees his future after his stint as a radio talk show host on LBC. Will he run again for Mayor? Who knows?
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Liam Dutton ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Sophie Hutchinson ... Herself - Reporter
Ken Livingstone ... Himself
Mark Malloch-Brown ... Himself (as Lord Malloch-Brown)
Allison Pearson ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Gerry Robinson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Sir Gerry Robinson)
John Sentamu ... Himself - Archbishop of York (as Dr. John Sentamu)

Desmond Tutu ... Himself (as Archbishop Desmond Tutu)

Season 3, Episode 40: Episode #3.40

6 July 2008

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Chris Fawkes ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Wendy Urquhart ... Herself - Reporter
Lord Darzi ... Himself - Health Minister (as Professor Lord Darzi)
Jude Kelly ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Bill Nighy ... Himself
George Osborne ... Himself - Shadow Chancellor (as George Osborne MP)
Matthew Parris ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Sharleen Spiteri ... Herself - Singer

Season 3, Episode 41: Episode #3.41

13 July 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Daily Mail Columnist, Amanda Platell, and TV Presenter June Sarpong reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Sir Jock Stirrup, Chief of the Defence Staff, spoke to Andrew about the current commitments of the British Army, in Iraq and Afghanistan, and why it can't continue at this level indefinitely. Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire, and actor Sir Ian McKellen, discussed with Andrew the Anglican church's current problem concerning the ordination of homosexuals. Former Prime Minister, Sir John Major, who led the country during the last recession in the 1990's discussed with Andrew his experience as leader and contrasted these with the problems being faced by the current Prime Minister.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Andy Moore ... Himself - Reporter
Robert Piggott ... Himself - Religious Affairs Correspondent
John Major ... Himself (as Sir John Major)

Ian McKellen ... Himself (as Sir Ian McKellen)
Amanda Platell ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Gene Robinson ... Himself - Bishop of New Hampshire
June Sarpong ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jock Stirrup ... Himself - Chief of the Defence Staff (as Sir Jock Stirrup)

Season 3, Episode 42: Episode #3.42

20 July 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Sun Columnist Jane Moore, and Equality and Human Rights Commission Boss, Trevor Phillips, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. The Work and Pensions Secretary, James Purnell MP, spoke to Andrew about the proposed changes to the benefits system to reorganise the incapacity benefit and treat these people in a positive and supportive fashion rather than a punitive one as now. Via video link the Prime Minister of Kenya, Raila Odinga, spoke to Andrew about his controversial election, his opposition to Mugabe, his plan to return Zimbabwe to democracy and what he intends to discuss during his visit to London. Andrew interviewed the leader of the opposition, David Cameron MP, about various issues including knife crime, welfare reform, MPs expenses, referenda on European treaties and election promises. Jazz musician Sir John Dankworth played out the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Frank Gardner ... Himself - Security Correspondent
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
John Dankworth ... Himself (as Sir John Dankworth)
Jane Moore ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Raila Odinga ... Himself - Prime Minister of Kenya
Trevor Phillips ... Himself - Equality and Human Rights Commission
James Purnell ... Himself - Work and Pensions Secretary (as James Purnell MP)

Season 3, Episode 43: Episode #3.43

27 July 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Writer & Broadcaster Germaine Greer, and Andrew Neil, Publisher & Broadcaster, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Huw Edwards. In an exclusive interview with a senior member of the Obama team, Huw Edwards spoke to Barack Obama's foreign policy advisor Greg Craig, about various aspects of Obama's foreign policy including the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, the intractable problem of the Middle East, climate change, and finally, on a personal note, the reasons why he defected from the Clinton camp to support Barack Obama. Huw spoke to Nicola Sturgeon MSP, Deputy Leader of the SNP, about the significance of her party's recent bye-election victory in East Glasgow. Harriet Harmon MP, Deputy Leader of Labour Party, spoke to Huw about the current problems faced by Mr. Brown and the Labour party especially the whispering campaign concerning a leadership challenge to Gordon Brown. He also asked how the government will combat the current economic crisis facing the country. Music Producer Hal Willner, and Singer Martha Wainwright spoke to Huw about the rise in popularity of the Sea Shanty and the diverse group of singers who currently sing them. William Hague MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary, spoke to Huw about the recent UK visit of Barack Obama and its implications for his party. Finally, Huw asked Mr. Hague about the government's handling of the current economic crisis!
Huw Edwards ... Himself - Guest Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Greg Craig ... Himself - Foreign Policy Adivor to Barack Obama
Germaine Greer ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
William Hague ... Himself - Shadow Foreign Secretary (as William Hague MP)
Harriet Harman ... Herself - Deputy Leader of Labour Party (as Harriet Harman MP)
Andrew Neil ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Nicola Sturgeon ... Herself - Deputy Leader, SNP (as Nicola Sturgeon MSP)

Martha Wainwright ... Herself - Singer
Hal Willner ... Himself - Music Producer

Season 3, Episode 44: Episode #3.44

3 August 2008
Sonia Deol read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Songwriter and music producer Mike Batt, and The Guardian Columnist, Polly Toynbee, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Zeinab Badawi. Via video link Zeinab spoke to BBC presenter Sue Barker about coverage of the Olympic games, the opening ceremony, the prospects of gold for team GB and the pollution. Following Sue, Zeinab interviewed Lord Coe the Chair, London 2012 Organising committee, about his experience of the Olympics, the politics that surround it and how it affects athletes. Liberal Democrat, Deputy Leader Vincent Cable MP spoke to Zeinab about their ongoing policies and their changing strategy of attacking Labour rather than the Conservaties. Zeinab spoke to John Denham MP about his defense of the Prime Minister in the Sunday papers. He went on to expound the Labour message and explained that this is what he and others have done with their articles this weekend. Folk Singer Seth Lakeman sang out the show.
Zeinab Badawi ... Herself - Guest Presenter
Sonia Deol ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Andy Moore ... Himself - News Correspondent
Sue Barker ... Herself - BBC Olympic Presenter
Mike Batt ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Vince Cable ... Himself - Liberal Democrat, Deputy Leader (as Vincent Cable MP)
Sebastian Coe ... Himself - Chair, London 2012 Organising committee (as Lord Coe)
John Denham ... Himself - Innovation, Univerities & Skills Secretary (as John Denham MP)
Seth Lakeman ... Himself - Folk Singer
Polly Toynbee ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Episode #4.1

31 August 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Alex Deakin forecast the Weather. Columnist, 'The Spectator', Rod Liddle and London Bureau Chief, 'Time', Catherine Mayer reviewed the Sunday news papers with Emily Maitlis. UKIP Leader Nigel Farage MEP spoke to Emily about the EU response to the Georgia crisis. The former Liberal Democrat party leader, Sir Menzies Campbell, reported on the events of the Democratic party convention. Actress Juliette Binoche and Dancer & Choreographer Akram Khan talked to Emily about their collaboration in a new dance theatre production of "In I". Emily interviewed investigative journalist Mazher Mahmood, about his life and work especially his new book of his exploits which have embarrassed many famous people. Justice Secretary Jack Straw MP spoke to Emily about a variety of issues including the current economic crisis, the upcoming Labour party conference, and a possible challenge to the leadership of Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Cook and Food Writer Antonio Carluccio cooked some tasty treats to finish the show.
Emily Maitlis ... Herself - Guest Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Matthew Price ... Himself - Reporter
Fiona Trott ... Herself - Reporter

Juliette Binoche ... Herself
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell)
Antonio Carluccio ... Himself - Cook and Food Writer
Nigel Farage ... Himself (as Nigel Farage MEP)
Akram Khan ... Himself
Rod Liddle ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Mazher Mahmood ... Himself
Catherine Mayer ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jack Straw ... Himself - Justice Secretary (as Jack Straw MP)

Season 4, Episode 2: Episode #4.2

7 September 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Alex Deakin forecast the Weather. South Bank Artistic Director Jude Kelly, and Iain Duncan Smith MP reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Caroline Lucas MEP talked to Andrew about her election to the leadership of the Green party and how her election will change how people think about green issues. Andrew spoke to award-winning architect Lord Rogers about his life and work especially his current work on economic housing and his views of current building policy in the UK. Comedian Rory Bremner reviewed the past weeks' events in his own humorously unique way. Schools Secretary Ed Balls MP spoke to Andrew about various education issues including SATS and its future; secondary schools and the national challenge. Also, he talked about the current economic challenge and how the government will tackle the problems of inflation, high commodity prices, the credit crunch and the housing market.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Chris Buckler ... Himself - Reporter
Carole Walker ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Ed Balls ... Himself - Schools Secretary (as Ed Balls MP)
Rory Bremner ... Himself
Iain Duncan Smith ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Iain Duncan Smith MP)
Jude Kelly ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Caroline Lucas ... Herself - Green Party Leader (as Caroline Lucas MEP)
Richard Rogers ... Himself (as Lord Rogers of Riverside)

Season 4, Episode 3: Episode #4.3

14 September 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and John Hammond forecast the Weather. Broacaster Mariella Frustrup and Journalist Jeff Randall reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Actress Emilia Fox and film maker Jeremy Gilley, spoke to Andrew about the charity "Peace One Day". Via video link from the Liberal Part conference Andrew spoke to the party leader, Nick Clegg MP about various issues including the Liberal plan for after the next general election; tax cuts for the poor; distinguishing themselves from the Conservatives; supports a general election if the Labour party leader changes again. Opera Singer Bryn Terfel spoke to Andrew about his work and his performance at yesterday's Last Night at the Prom. Business and Enterprise Secretary, John Hutton MP spoke to Andrew about the various problems currently besetting the UK economy, be they domestic or global and how the Labour government is tackling them. Also, Andrew asked him about the pressure on Prime Minister Gordon Brown to move aside. Bryn Terfel sang out the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
John Hammond ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Laura Kuenssberg ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Nick Clegg ... Himself - Leader, Liberal Democrats (as Nick Clegg MP)

Emilia Fox ... Herself

Mariella Frostrup ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jeremy Gilley ... Himself - Founder, 'Peace One Day'
John Hutton ... Himself - Business and Enterprise Secretary (as John Hutton MP)
Jeff Randall ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Bryn Terfel ... Himself - Opera Singer

Season 4, Episode 4: Episode #4.4

21 September 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Kirsty McCabe forecast the Weather. Evening Standard executive editor Anne McElvoy and Matthew Parris, The Times columnist, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Guy Garvey, lead singer of the band Elbow spoke to Andrew about his life and work, the longevity of his band, growing up in Manchester and winning the Mercury prize so late in his career! Live from the Labour party conference in Manchester Andrew interviewed the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown MP. Issues covered included the credit crunch, city bonuses and their regulation, possible international financial regulation, public finances to support the banking system, his rating down in opinion polls, and calls for a leadership election.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Kirsty McCabe ... Herself - Weather Forecaster
Reeta Chakrabarti ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Gordon Brown ... Himself - Prime Minister (as Gordon Brown MP)
Anne McElvoy ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Matthew Parris ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 4, Episode 5: Episode #4.5

28 September 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Daniel Corbett forecast the Weather. David Aaronovitch, The Times Columnist, and Daily Mail Columnist, Amanda Platell reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. In a rare interview Andrew spoke to Kenneth Branagh about his life and work as an actor and director in both stage and screen. Live from the Conservative party conference in Birmingham Andrew interviewed the leader of the opposition, David Cameron MP. Issues covered included the nationalisaton of Britain's 8th largest bank, "Bradford & Bingley"; a similar rescue plan for the UK financial system similar to that being discussed in America; the credit crunch; a new plan to regulate the financial markets to prevent the current situation happening again; how his party would deal with social problems such as teenage pregnancy, knife crime and unemployment; the problems of the creation of new schools; a referendum on the new treaty of Europe; and finally, his personnel popularity in the opinion polls.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Daniel Corbett ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Gary O'Donoghue ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Robert Peston ... Himself - Business Editor
David Aaronovitch ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer

Kenneth Branagh ... Himself
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
Amanda Platell ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Season 4, Episode 6: Episode #4.6

5 October 2008
Riz Lateef read the latest news headlines and Kirsty McCabe forecast the Weather. Sun Columnist Jane Moore and broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson, reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Andrew spoke to Dame Helen Mirren about her life and work in film, television and the theatre. Liberal Democrat treasury spokesman Vincent Cable MP and Shadow Chancellor George Osborne MP spoke to Andrew about the "Credit Crunch" and the current severe financial crisis in the banking market. Via video link Andrew spoke to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling MP, about the current financial situation in the global economy and government strategy to combat it.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Riz Lateef ... Herself - Newsreader
Kirsty McCabe ... Herself - Weather Forecaster
Andy Moore ... Himself - News Correspondent
Vince Cable ... Himself - Liberal Democrat, Deputy Leader (as Vincent Cable MP)
Alistair Darling ... Himself - Chancellor of the Exchequer (as Alistair Darling MP)

Helen Mirren ... Herself (as Dame Helen Mirren)
Jane Moore ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
George Osborne ... Himself - Shadow Chancellor (as George Osborne MP)
Michael Parkinson ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Sir Michael Parkinson)

Season 4, Episode 7: Episode #4.7

12 October 2008

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Kirsty McCabe ... Herself - Weather Forecaster
Reeta Chakrabarti ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Robert Peston ... Himself - Business Editor
Yvette Cooper ... Herself
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)
Ken Follett ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Ann Leslie ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer (as Dame Ann Leslie)
Jon Moulton ... Himself

Julie Walters ... Herself
Simon Wolfson ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 8: Episode #4.8

19 October 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Daniel Corbett forecast the Weather. Washington Post London Bureau Chief, Mary Jordan, and Writer and Broadcaster Gyles Brandreth reviewed the Sunday news papers with Sophie Raworth. Mobile phone entrepreneur & philanthropist, Mo Ibrahim talks to Sophie about his life and work, especially his charitable foundation which he has set up to promote good governance in African states. Classical singer Katherine Jenkins spoke to Sophie about her life and work as a singer, her American deal to make a new album in Los Angeles and her future work in opera. The former chairman, Lloyds TSB Bank Group, Sir Brian Pitman, and Hector Sants, chief executive, Financial Services Authority discussed with Sophie the current state of the banking system, the problems they have faced and the solutions that have been applied. Sophie spoke to Business Secretary Lord Mandelson about the government strategy for combating the recession and rebuilding the economy. Mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins sang out the show.
Sophie Raworth ... Herself - Guest Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Daniel Corbett ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Adam Brookes ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
Gyles Brandreth ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Mo Ibrahim ... Himself

Katherine Jenkins ... Herself - Opera Singer
Mary Jordan ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Peter Mandelson ... Himself - Business Secretary (as Lord Mandelson)
Brian Pitman ... Himself (as Sir Brian Pitman)
Hector Sants ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 9: Episode #4.9

26 October 2008
Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Matt Taylor forecast the Weather. Daily Mail columnist Amanda Platell, and broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Former communications director to Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell, spoke to Andrew about his new novel "All in the Mind" and why mental illness is the subject of his first novel. Malian Kora virtuoso Toumani Diabaté, spoke to Andrew about his life in music. Oscar-winning film director Oliver Stone spoke to Andrew about his life and work especially his current film, "W", a biopic of current American President, George W. Bush. Via video link Andrew interviewed Shadow Foreign Secretary William Hague MP about the current ongoing media storm surrounding ministerial meetings with Russian Oligarchs. The discussion moved on to other topics such as political party funding, the "Credit Crunch", the performance of the government during the current financial crisis, the outcome of the American Presidential election, and finally his role in a future Conservative government. Toumani Diabaté played out the show.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Andy Moore ... Himself - News Correspondent
Alastair Campbell ... Himself
Toumani Diabaté ... Himself - Kora Player
Jonathan Dimbleby ... Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
William Hague ... Himself - Shadow Foreign Secretary (as William Hague MP)
Amanda Platell ... Herself - Newspaper Reviewer

Oliver Stone ... Himself - Director

Unknown Season


Episode dated 13 May 2007

13 May 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Louise Minchin ... Herself - Newsreader
Rory Bremner ... Himself
Gordon Brown ... Himself (as Gordon Brown MP)
Helena Kennedy ... Herself (as Baroness Helena Kennedy)

Rufus Wainwright ... Himself

Episode dated 20 May 2007

20 May 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Peter Gibbs ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Hazel Blears ... Herself (as Hazel Blears MP)
Nigel Farage ... Himself (as Nigel Farage MEP)
Fraser Nelson ... Himself

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

Imogen Stubbs ... Herself
Jack Vettriano ... Himself
David Willetts ... Himself (as David Willetts MP)

Episode dated 27 May 2007

27 May 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Susan Powell ... Herself - Weather Reporter
Norman Smith ... Himself - Reporter
Vincent De Rivaz ... Himself
William Hague ... Himself (as William Hague MP)
Peter Hain ... Himself (as Peter Hain MP)
Walid Jumblatt ... Himself
Catherine MacLeod ... Herself

Tim Rice ... Himself (as Sir Tim Rice)

Episode dated 3 June 2007

3 June 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Louise Minchin ... Herself - Newsreader
Daniel Corbett ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Jeremy Cooke ... Himself - Reporter
Gordon Corera ... Himself - Reporter
James Hardy ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Marc Almond ... Himself
Clive Anderson ... Himself
Sebastian Coe ... Himself (as Lord Coe)
Alex Goldfarb ... Himself
Harriet Harman ... Herself (as Harriet Harman MP)
Marina Litvinenko ... Herself
Esther Rantzen ... Herself
Robert Tuttle ... Himself

Episode dated 10 June 2007

10 June 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Peter Gibbs ... Himself - Weather Reporter

Kate Adie ... Herself
Hilary Benn ... Himself (as Hilary Benn MP)
Menzies Campbell ... Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell MP)
David Davis ... Himself (as David Davis MP)
Michael Seed ... Himself (as Father Michael Seed)
Carol Thatcher ... Herself
Alan West ... Himself (as Admiral Sir Alan West)

Episode dated 17 June 2007

17 June 2007

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Tomasz Schafernaker ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Mustafa Barghouti ... Himself (as Dr. Mustafa Barghouti)
Margaret Beckett ... Herself (as Margaret Beckett MP)
Jon Cruddas ... Himself (as John Cruddas MP)
Nigel Farage ... Himself (as Nigel Farage MEP)

David Hockney ... Himself
Kelly Holmes ... Herself (as Dame Kelly Holmes)
Michael Howard ... Himself (as Michael Howard MP)
Sarah Sands ... Herself

Episode dated 24 June 2007

24 June 2007
Unusually, broadcast from Manchester from where the results of the Labour deputy leadership results will be announced. Andrew Marr talks to the outgoing deputy leader, John Prescott MP, Kenneth Clarke MP and Lord Kinnock to discuss the Blair years and his legacy. Polly Tonybee and Matthew Parris review the Sunday papers. The show also features an interview with Sir Ian McKellen about his life treading the boards, TV, Films and Coronation Street. Carl Davis plays film theme tunes on the piano to see the show out.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Kenneth Clarke ... Himself (as Kenneth Clarke MP)
Carl Davis
Neil Kinnock ... Himself (as Lord Kinnock)

Ian McKellen ... Himself (as Sir Ian McKellen)
Matthew Parris ... Himself
John Prescott ... Himself (as John Prescott MP)
Nick Robinson ... Himself - Political Editor
Polly Toynbee ... Herself

Episode dated 1 July 2007

1 July 2007
Most of the programme was broadcast from Downing Street as Andrew Marr interviewed the new Prime minister Gordon Brown MP about the current security situation and his hopes and aspirations for the future. Peter Sissons introduced the programme with a review of the Sunday papers and interviewed George Osborne MP.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Peter Sissons ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
June Kelly ... Herself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Daniel Sandford ... Himself - Home Affairs Correspondent
Gordon Brown ... Himself (as Gordon Brown MP)
Fiona Bruce ... Herself
Simon Hoggart ... Himself
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)

Episode dated 8 July 2007

8 July 2007
The programme started with Andrew reviewing the Sunday papers with Andrew Neil and Sheila Hancock. Next followed an interview with Harold Pinter about his life and work followed by Andrew interviewing Alastair Campbell, the former press officer to Tony Blair, about the imminent release of his new book. The remainder of the programme featured an extended interview with David Cameron, leader of the Opporsition, about Tory policy and life during the first ten days of the new Gordon Brown government.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ... Himself - Weather Reporter
David Cameron ... Himself (as David Cameron MP)
Alastair Campbell ... Himself

Sheila Hancock ... Herself
Andrew Neil ... Himself
Harold Pinter ... Himself

Episode dated 15 July 2007

15 July 2007
In this weeks programme Andrew reviewed the Sunday papers with Maureen Lipman and Amanda Platell. Andrew discussed with Lord Ashdown the publication of his report this week. Rory Bremner, in all is voices, gave his comic take on this weeks' events. However, the bulk of the programme was devoted to the first public interview with the new Foreign Secretary, David Miliband MP.
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ... Himself - Weather Reporter
Rob Jones ... Himself - Reporter
Paddy Ashdown ... Himself (as Lord Ashdown)
Rory Bremner ... Himself

Maureen Lipman ... Herself
David Miliband ... Himself (as David Miliband MP)
Amanda Platell ... Herself

Episode dated 29 March 2009

29 March 2009

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 5 April 2009

5 April 2009


Russell Crowe ... Himself
Mary Jordan ... Herself
Riz Lateef ... Herself - Newsreader
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 3 May 2009

3 May 2009

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Kenneth Clarke ... Himself
Alan Johnson ... Himself
Ken Livingstone ... Himself

Joanna Lumley ... Herself

Patrick Stewart ... Himself

Carol Vorderman ... Herself

Episode dated 19 July 2009

19 July 2009

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 26 July 2009

26 July 2009

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 9 August 2009

9 August 2009


Samantha Bond ... Herself
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader
Sophie Raworth ... Herself - Guest Presenter

Episode dated 6 June 2010

6 June 2010


Joanna Lumley ... Herself

Episode dated 20 June 2010

20 June 2010

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 1 August 2010

1 August 2010

Emily Maitlis ... Herself - Presenter
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 8 August 2010

8 August 2010

Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Presenter

Episode dated 12 September 2010

12 September 2010


Boris Johnson ... Himself
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader
Fiona Phillips ... Herself

Harry Shearer ... Himself

Episode dated 18 September 2011

18 September 2011

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Nick Clegg ... Himself
Philip Gould ... Himself
Imran Khan ... Himself
Beverley Knight ... Herself

Episode dated 16 October 2011

16 October 2011

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Peter Capaldi ... Himself
Melanie Gabriel ... Herself - Performer

Peter Gabriel ... Himself - Performer
William Hague ... Himself
Max Hastings ... Himself
Helena Kennedy ... Herself
George Mitchell ... Himself

Episode dated 1 April 2012

1 April 2012

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Laura Marling ... Herself
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself

Episode dated 14 October 2012

14 October 2012


Pete Townshend ... Himself - Guest

Episode dated 28 October 2012

28 October 2012

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Harriet Harman ... Herself
Martin Lewis ... Himself
Anne McElvoy ... Herself
Edna O'Brien ... Herself

Regina Spektor ... Herself

Episode dated 28 April 2013

28 April 2013

Sophie Raworth ... Herself - Presenter

Diana Rigg ... Herself

Episode dated 26 January 2014

26 January 2014

Episode dated 2 February 2014

2 February 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Lloyd Cole ... Himself - Performer
Michael Gove ... Himself
Harriet Harman ... Herself

Episode dated 9 February 2014

9 February 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Host
Jake Bugg ... Himself - Performer
Owen Jones ... Himself

Angela Lansbury ... Herself
Eric Pickles ... Himself
Rachel Reeves ... Herself

Episode dated 16 February 2014

16 February 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Host

Boy George ... Himself - Performer
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 2 March 2014

2 March 2014

Episode dated 9 March 2014

9 March 2014

Episode dated 16 March 2014

16 March 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Host
Ed Balls ... Himself (as Ed Balls MP)
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader
George Osborne ... Himself (as George Osborne MP)

Episode dated 23 March 2014

23 March 2014

Episode dated 30 March 2014

30 March 2014

Episode dated 4 May 2014

4 May 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Host
Naga Munchetty ... Herself - Newsreader
Shami Chakrabarti ... Herself
Nigel Farage ... Himself
Ed Miliband ... Himself
Fraser Nelson ... Himself

Fiona Shaw ... Herself

Episode dated 18 May 2014

18 May 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Host
Lynn Barber ... Herself
Nick Clegg ... Himself
Nicola Sturgeon ... Herself

Episode dated 1 June 2014

1 June 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter
Paddy Ashdown ... Himself (as Lord Ashdown)
Nigel Farage ... Himself (as Nigel Farage MEP)

Terry Gilliam ... Himself
Anna Soubry ... Herself
Jimmy Wales ... Himself

Episode dated 8 June 2014

8 June 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Host
Yvette Cooper ... Herself
William Hague ... Himself
Eddi Reader ... Herself - Performer

Episode dated 15 June 2014

15 June 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter

Kathleen Turner ... Herself - Guest

Episode dated 9 November 2014

9 November 2014

Andrew Marr ... Himself - Host
Sally Nugent ... Herself - Newsreader
Phil Beer ... Himself - Performer

Jim Carter ... Himself - Performer

Sheila Hancock ... Herself - Contributor
Peter Kellner ... Himself - Contributor
Helena Kennedy ... Herself - Contributor (as Baroness Kennedy)
Steve Knightley ... Himself - Performer
Deborah Mattinson ... Herself - Contributor
Tim Montgomerie ... Himself - Contributor
Sophie Raworth ... Herself - Reporter

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