The Sunday morning news magazine programme. Presented by Justin Rowlatt.
After the killing of Sir David Amess, how healthy is our political culture? Paddy O'Connell and guests discuss what it means for younger people getting into politics. Also on the programme, Christmas trading with a backdrop of fuel, staff and goods shortages: are companies ready? Our next two contenders for UK City of Culture 2025 pitch to the nation. Reviewing the news are Labour peer Peter Hain, Nicola Adam of the Blackpool Gazette, and Diane Lees who runs the Imperial War Museum.
Paddy O'Connell talks to truckers about pay and supply problems. Also on the programme, a woman who ran the London Marathon with a undiagnosed broken leg, a look at Anglo/French relations and two champions of potential cities of culture make their case. With the news review political journalists Ayesha Hazarika and Christopher Hope and retail expert Kate Hardcastle.
News with Paddy O'Connell including how food and other supplies are being affected by the labour shortage. Composer Paul Harvey, who has raised over £1m for dementia charities, conducts the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. A wildlife warden tries to spot the new beavers which have been released in Derbyshire. Reviewing the news coverage - Political Editor George Parker, Broadcaster Penny Smith and campaigner turned cookery writer Yasmin Khan.
The Sunday morning news magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell