Tonight at 9pm on 18 Doughty Street I will be interviewing Richard Sambrook, Director of the BBC World Service & Global News. In June and July 2003, he defended the BBC's story that the British Government had knowingly exaggerated claims over Iraq's weapons of mass destruction in the September Dossier. If you have any questions from Richard, please leave them in the comments or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: You can see the interview HERE.
At 9pm on Wednesday we have another episode of COUNTERFACTUAL. I'll be joined by Robert Waller to discuss 'what if the 1903 Gladstone-MacDonald' pact had never happened and looking at Lib-Labbery down the years. Liberal historians Mark Pack and Duncan Brack will also be on the panel.
On Thursday from 9-11pm we'll be broadcasting a special Live Local Elections Preview programme, which will also look at the Scottish and Welsh elections. Among the guests are Welsh elections expert Joe Allen from Morgan Allen Moore (Cardiff) and the editor of Wales Elects 2007, Labour psephologist David Boothroyd from Indigo Public Affairs and former Conservative Director of Campaigns David Canzini.
And finally, last night I recorded an interview with the Secretary General of the Patriotic Democratic Front, Nigeria's governing party. We talk about the upcoming presidential election, corruption and the failure of African countries to do anything about Zimbabwe. You can see the interview HERE.