So we have got to the end of the Andrew Marr Show, which this week was a Tory-free and LibDem-free zone, and, essentially, a Peter Mandelson party political broadcast. If I were a LibDem I would be spitting blood that on the weekend of the party's Spring Conference no LibDem was interviewed. And the Tories might well question why, in this time of economic turmoil, there was no one to balance the partisan rantings of Mandelson. Even the paper review contained two Labour sympathisers (Fiona Millar and Clive Anderson) along with the ex Tory Sir Paul Judge, who has started his own political party (more of which later).
And if you're looking forward to the Politics Show at midday and expect the balance to be redressed, you'll be disappointed. Jon Sopel will be interviewing Harriet Harman, although LibDems can take solace in the fact that Vince Cable will be given an outing, live from Harrogate. Not a Tory in sight, according to the programme's website.
If anyone can give an example of a Sunday when neither of these programmes carried an interview with a Labour politician, I will happily admit to being too touchy on this issue.