Totalling up the lengths of all last month's interviews with UK politicians I've been able to work out an exact percentage for the amount of airtime each party has been granted for political interviews by the BBC in December.
The dominance of the BBC's airwaves by the Labour Party remains.
While accepting that the governing party is likely to be questioned more than opposition parties - and rightly so! - the sheer scale of Labour's dominance is hardly healthy for democracy.
Labour - 56.20% (7h 49m 56s)
Conservatives - 29.01% (4h 2m 40s)
Lib Dems - 11.65% (1h 37m 30s)
SNP - 1.21% (10m 13s)
UKIP - 0.99% (8m 25s)
Independents - 0.65% (5m 40s)
Plaid Cymru - 0.29% (2m 46s)