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Peston on Sunday

  • Episode: 

    1 of

  • Transmission (TX): 

    Sun 24 Sep 2017
  • TX Confirmed: 

    Yes
  • Time: 

    10.00am - 11.00am
  • Week: 

    Week 39 2017 : Sat 23 Sep - Fri 29 Sep
  • Channel: 

    ITV
  • Status: 

    Returning
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Robert Peston returns with a new run of his live current affairs programme, providing viewers with an intelligent and lively approach to politics every Sunday.
 
Providing a fresh perspective on the major stories of the day with a stellar line-up of guests from across the political spectrum as well as cultural figures, Peston on Sunday introduces elements from the arts, literature, and humour to add to the discourse on offer. 
 
This time, the run starts with live programmes from the Labour Party conference in Brighton (September 24) and the Conservative Party conference in Manchester (October 1).
 
Co-presenter Allegra Stratton draws on the key debates and insights from social media to fuel the conversation in the studio and online, with updates from viewers, experts and key-players throughout the programme.
 
Guests so far have included Theresa May, David Cameron, Boris Johnson, Philip Hammond, Amber Rudd, Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, Nicola Sturgeon, Nigel Farage, and Sadiq Khan - as well as Trevor Noah, Julian Assange, Romesh Ranganathan, Nina Conti, Jan Ravens, Bill Bailey and Louis Theroux from the world of entertainment, media and the arts.
 
Robert Peston says: “With controversial issues like Brexit, Donald Trump’s presidency, the North Korea crisis, and the emergence of Jacob Rees-Mogg as a favourite to be the next Tory leader sparking widespread debate, this autumn promises to place politics at the heart of public life yet again. With Peston On Sunday I aim to get to the heart of the big stories of the moment through lively debate, delivering unique insights into these major political issues, and looking beyond Westminster at matters affecting everyone.”