PM David Cameron to appear on ITV1’s The Agenda

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PM David Cameron to appear on ITV1’s The Agenda

The Prime Minister David Cameron will appear on ITV1’s The Agenda this evening..

The programme, fronted by ITV’s political editor Tom Bradby, is a weekly discussion programme focusing on the main talking points from the past seven days’ news.

The PM will join Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes, former Director General of MI5 Stella Rimington, and The Thick Of It’s Rebecca Front aka Nicola Murray.

The programme begins at 10.35pm on ITV1, but unfortunately goes up against the BBC’s Panorama programme, which this week takes a look in to how the BBC handled the Jimmy Savile Newsnight investigation..

But fear not, you can catch the programme a hour later on ITV1+1, or via the ITV Player.

ITV News will have clips of the PM’s appearances on its website after 8pm this evening.

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