The current editor is Rob Burley; with producers Libby Jukes, Brian Hollywood, Hannah Copeland and Lesley Boden. With guests Robert Jenrick, Lisa Nandy, David Greenhalgh and Professor Peter Horby. Marr appeared as a guest on the show on 14 April to speak about Margaret Thatcher's legacy, and spoke about the incident and his recovery. Vine sat in again on 15 December due to family commitments.

[6][9] The editor of the show, Barney Jones, defended the questioning in October 2009, saying: "We felt that with a general election looming and with former and current cabinet ministers warning of electoral defeat unless the party turned round its current position, a robust interview centred on the economy and the Prime Minister's leadership was appropriate.

Studio E during Covid-19 (normally Studio B), This page was last edited on 21 October 2020, at 12:47. [19] The title sequence is a pastiche of the television series The Prisoner. 01/11/2020. The news of the move was broken by a tweet by Andrew Marr to Sophy Ridge, apparently made by accident. Includes a review of the Sunday newspapers, weather forecast and news bulletin, All available episodes We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. [13] Johnson himself said that Mair had done a "splendid job". [7], During Marr's absence from the programme, on 24 March 2013, guest presenter Eddie Mair interviewed the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, asking critical questions about Johnson's known past misdeeds – the subject of a forthcoming BBC documentary by Michael Cockerell – including lying to Michael Howard, his party leader, and offering to supply the name of a journalist to a friend who wanted to beat him up, Mair concluded his line of questioning with: "aren't you in fact – making up quotes, lying to your party leader, wanting to be part of someone being physically assaulted – you're a nasty piece of work, aren't you? Throughout the show, Andrew interviews some of the world’s most important political figures to discuss the most pressing topics. [citation needed], In August 2019 it was announced that The Andrew Marr Show was moving back to 9 am, again in direct competition with Ridge after a year-long "experiment". (28 total), Michael Gove: 'English lockdown may last beyond 2 Dec', Sir Jeremy Farrar on lockdown restrictions in England and school infection rates, Sir Keir Starmer on latest lockdown and Labour's suspension of Jeremy Corbyn, Clément Beaune on Brexit, Covid and recent terror attacks in France. The Andrew Marr Show is BBC One's flagship Sunday morning talk show presented by Andrew Marr, previously the BBC's political editor.

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Marr also noted that Brown did not seem annoyed by the question after the interview had ended, and that it was only "after about an hour" that he realised he had caused an incident.

Andrew Marr is joined by Sir Keir Starmer MP, Matt Hancock MP and Bob Woodward. The programme begins with a review of the Sunday papers, for which Marr is joined by two or three different guests. He was reading out a list of industry bodies who had expressed concern about the impact Brexit would have on their businesses, after which he asked: "I can't see why you're laughing." The technical fault led to outrage on social media, where Marr was scrutinised for what was perceived as his apparent support of the Conservative Party. Guest presenters host the programme through July and it is replaced in August by BBC News at Nine. [6] Marr asked the question: "A lot of people in this country use prescription painkillers and pills to help them get through. Read about our approach to external linking. Read about our approach to external linking. Andrew Marr, former BBC political editor, interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what's happening in the world. Marr conducted pre-recorded interviews with David Miliband and David Cameron for the editions of 14 and 21 July respectively, and returned to the main presenter's role after the series' summer break in September. The guest presenters who appeared included Jeremy Vine, Sophie Raworth, James Landale, Eddie Mair, Sian Williams, Susanna Reid and Nick Robinson. Marr interviews political figures and others involved in the current events of the week in every episode. The programme shares a studio with Sunday Politics, Newsnight and HARDtalk, BBC World News, GMT, Impact, Global and Focus On Africa. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on demand, on catch up and download. With guests Michael Gove, Rachel Reeves, Andy Burnham, Prof Lucy Yardley and Dawn French. The Andrew Marr Show averages around 2 million viewers an episode, representing a 30% audience share. [1], Musical guests have included: Tom Jones, Sting, Jay-Z, Snow Patrol, George Ezra, James Bay, Rag 'n' Bone Man, Sir Ray Davies, Marc Almond, Jools Holland, Florence and the Machine, Lulu, Boy George, and Sir Elton John.[2]. Andrew Marr is joined by Dominic Raab, Liu Xiaoming, Andrei Kelin and Lisa Nandy MP. In January 2013, Marr suffered a stroke[3] and was replaced by guest presenters. The BBC received 222 complaints and accepted that Patel was not "smiling" but displaying her "natural expression" in their apology.[17]. It also features BBC News and BBC Weather updates.

[4], From January until June, there was no fixed cover presenter.

Since its inception until August 2018 the programme was broadcast at 9 am. Guests include Michael Gove, Sir Keir Starmer, Jeremy Farrar and Clément Beaune.

Ben Bradshaw and Lord Mandelson, both members of Brown's Cabinet, criticised the questioning, with Mandelson saying it showed "personal intrusiveness" and alleged the question was based on false rumours being spread by "extreme right wing" bloggers. Andrew Marr speaks to Robert Buckland MP, Rachel Reeves MP and Simon Coveney TD. Public figures and politicians had a range of views on the line of questioning.

It replaced the long-running Breakfast with Frost programme when David Frost decided to retire in 2005.. [5], In September 2009 the BBC received hundreds of complaints over the questioning of Prime Minister Gordon Brown, after Andrew Marr questioned Brown on the health of his eyes, and whether he used prescription painkillers, during a long and wide-ranging interview. [20] Sky News immediately announced that Ridge would move to 8:30 am. The Andrew Marr Show has been BBC One’s flagship Sunday morning talkshow since it started airing in 2005. [14] Johnson biographer and ConservativeHome contributing editor Andrew Gimson said the interview would have "very little [impact], I think it's a storm in a teacup actually" and that "people already knew what kind of a guy he was, and those who liked him will go on liking him". Asked if that meant he did not feel the question itself was inappropriate, he answered: "Correct." Brown replied: "No.

Guests include Michael Gove, Sir Keir Starmer, Jeremy Farrar and Clément Beaune. [16], During an interview about Brexit on 13 October 2019, Marr accused the Home Secretary Priti Patel of laughing. A guest live music act closes the programme. The previous editor was Barney Jones whose last show was on 18 January 2015. Andrew Marr has long stood as one of BBC’s top journalists and most beloved talk show hosts. The programme moved to New Broadcasting House in September 2012.

Andrew Marr's guests include Dominic Raab, Sir Nick Clegg and Nick Thomas-Symonds. Others took a different line – historian David Starkey told Question Time "we have a right to know" adding that Brown's recent behaviour had "suggest[ed] this is a man not completely in control",[8] and former Home Secretary Charles Clarke suggested that Brown's health might have been a reason for the Prime Minister to stand down and that within the context of a long interview, it was reasonable also to ask Mr Brown about his health. Available episodes of The Andrew Marr Show. It wasn’t worth it." Following the interview, when he believed he was off air, Marr could be heard praising Mordaunt, saying "that was very good" to her in the tone of a whisper. Vine presented the final programme before Marr's return on 28 July, confirming Marr's return for the new series on 1 September.