If you enjoyed hearing George Galloway and David Miliband on 'Great Lives' recently, here are some highlights for the coming week on BBC Radio 4.
'Archive on 4: Meeting Myself Coming Back' (tonight, 8.00 pm). Clare Short looks back on her career.
'Britain's White House' (tomorrow, 10.45 pm), when Labour minister (and expense trougher)"Sadiq Khan recalls the careers of Britain's first Asian MPs"
'Jeopardising Justice' (Monday, 9.30 am), where Labour peer Helena Kennedy argues that defendants' rights are losing out to victims' rights.
'Where Did It All Go Right?' (Monday, 8.00 pm), which "re-examines policies that were once highly controversial but later became widely accepted." This week it's Labour's national minimum wage that 'went right'.
Of course, despite all this, the BBC is not biased towards the Left because, as the 'New Statesman' would be the first to point out, Conservative MP Ann Widdecombe is on at 11.00 pm on Monday with 'From Jean Brodie to Carrie Bradshaw: Spinsters in Popular Culture'. So that's all right then!
P.S. 'Chain reaction' (Wednesdays at 6.30 pm), the comedy show where one comic interviews another comic whom he admires, will - later in the series, according to the 'Radio Times - feature a "conversation between Eddie Izzard and Alistair Campbell".
Unless the 'Radio Times' IS making this up, you couldn't make it up!!!!