The Andrew Neil Show

2022
30:00

July 3, 2022

3.0 4 x
Will the Downing Street dramas ever relent? Andrew is joined by Labour's Shadow Immigration minister Stephen Kinnock, Conservative Red-Wall MP, Matt Vickers from Stockton. (Ep9)
30:00

June 26, 2022

4.0 5 x
The UK's pre-eminent political interviewer is live on Sunday evening, featuring forensic interviews with newsmakers from across the spectrum. (Ep8)
30:00

June 19, 2022

4.0 1 x
Former Labour foreign secretary David Miliband speaks to Andrew about his party's election prospects. Madeline Grant and Stephen Bush preview a week ahead of strikes and by-elections. (Ep7)
30:00

June 12, 2022

4.0 2 x
The UK's pre-eminent political interviewer is live on Sunday evening. He survived a vote of confidence, but how secure is the PM's future? With Former Brexit Minister David Davis. (Ep6)
35:00

June 5, 2022

3.0 25 x
The UK's pre-eminent political interviewer is live on Sunday evening. With the PM still under Partygate pressure, Business Minister Paul Scully makes the case for the defence. (Ep5)
30:00

May 29, 2022

3.0 8 x
The UK's pre-eminent political interviewer is live on Sunday evening, featuring forensic interviews with newsmakers from across the spectrum. (Ep4)
30:00

May 22, 2022

4.0 4 x
As inflation goes through the roof, Andrew discusses the cost-of-living crisis with ex-chancellor George Osborne and his former Labour shadow Ed Balls. (Ep3)
30:00

May 15, 2022

3.0 8 x
As the cost-of-living crisis continues, Andrew talks to Labour spokesperson on Work & Pensions, Jonathan Ashworth. Plus, The Mirror's Pippa Crerar and the Telegraph's Madeline Grant. (Ep2)
30:00

May 8, 2022

3.0 46 x
The UK's pre-eminent political interviewer is back with a brand-new politics show live on Sunday. Head-to-head with Jacob Rees-Mogg. Plus journalists Pippa Crerar and Madeline Grant. (Ep1)
Episodes 2020

Series 1: 11/03/2020

3.0 7 x
The latest on the Budget and the government’s handling of coronavirus, including an interview with shadow chancellor John McDonnell.
Archive