In the final show of the series David Mitchell interviews Sarah Teather MP, (Lib Dem) Minister for Children & Families. David also hosts a debate asking if British politicians are all a bit rubbish; with Salma Yaqoob Leader, Respect Party, Jonathan Powell, Blair's former Chief of Staff and Jesse Armstrong - Writer, 'The Thick Of It'.
In episode fourteen, David Mitchell hosts a debate on the Monarchy, with Owen Jones (Author, 'Chavs'), Peter Oborne (political commentator, Daily Telegraph) and Natalie Haynes (author & broadcaster). David will also discuss the increasingly prevalent issue of super-injunctions; with Clive Anderson and media lawyer, Charlotte Harris.
In episode thirteen, David speaks to Tessa Jowell MP, Shadow Cabinet Office Minister. To debate 'if the banks fail again, what do we do?' Are Richard Sharp, former partner, Goldman Sachs; broadcaster James Max and financial journalist and campaigner Max Keiser.
In episode twelve, David discusses phone hacking with former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, a suspected victim of phone hacking - and ex tabloid hack and ex phone hacker Paul McMullan. David's debate this week is about social mobility and features Johann Hari, Columnist, The Independent; Shane Greer, Executive Editor, Total Politics and Jo Rice, Co-founder, Spear youth charity.
In episode eleven, David Mitchell interviews Ken Livingstone, Labour London Mayoral Candidate and Mayor of London, 2000-2008. David also hosts a debate asking if there is an alternative to cuts, with The Economist's Noreena Hertz, The Times Columnist Danny Finkelstein and protestor Laurie Penny.