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Presenter Andrew Marr talks to invited guests from politics, broadcasting and the arts to review the week's events making the news, and discuss the headlines in the Sunday newspapers.

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Station: BBC One (UK)
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Start: 2007-09-09

The Andrew Marr Show Season 2021 Air Dates


S2021E01 - 03/01/2021 Air Date: 03 January 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew's guests are prime minister Boris Johnson, first minister of Northern Ireland Arlene Foster, SAGE scientist Sir Mark Walport and dean of the faculty of intensive care medicine Dr Alison Pittard. News review with Sun columnist Jane Moore and BBC deputy political editor Vicki Young.


S2021E02 - 10/01/2021 Air Date: 10 January 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by leader of the Labour Party Sir Keir Starmer, health secretary Matt Hancock and Professor Brian Cox. News review with editor of The Daily Mirror Alison Phillips and BBC political correspondent Alex Forsyth.


S2021E03 - 17/01/2021 Air Date: 17 January 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew's guests are Sir Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, Dominic Raab MP, foreign secretary, Ed Davey MP, leader of the Liberal Democrats, Gloria Borger, CNN chief political analyst. News review with Hugh Pym, BBC health editor and Lucy Fisher, deputy political editor, Daily Telegraph.


S2021E04 - 24/01/2021 Air Date: 24 January 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Nicola Sturgeon MSP, first minister of Scotland and leader of the SNP, Matt Hancock MP, health secretary, Lisa Nandy MP, shadow foreign secretary and Yuli Edelstein, Israel minister of health.

With news review by Geri Scott, Westminster correspondent, Yorkshire Post, and Glenn Campbell, BBC Scotland's political editor.


S2021E05 - 31/01/2021 Air Date: 31 January 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by international trade secretary Liz Truss MP, taoiseach – prime minister of the Republic of Ireland – Micheál Martin, shadow chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Rachel Reeves and Dr Susan Hopkins from Public Health England.

With news review by Anushka Asthana, associate editor, The Guardian and Vicki Young, BBC deputy political editor.


S2021E06 - 07/02/2021 Air Date: 07 February 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr's guests include Nadhim Zahawi MP, vaccines minister, Ed Miliband MP, shadow business secretary, Professor Sarah Gilbert, Oxford Vaccine lead researcher, and Siân Berry AM, co-leader of the Green Party of England and Wales.

With news review by Adam Fleming, BBC chief political correspondent, and Madeline Grant, Daily Telegraph columnist.


S2021E07 - 14/02/2021 Air Date: 14 February 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by foreign secretary Dominic Raab MP, shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth MP, leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price MS and WHO Wuhan Covid-19 investigator professor John Watson.

The newspapers are reviewed by BBC political correspondent Alex Forsyth and Daily Mirror political editor Pippa Crerar.


S2021E08 - 21/02/2021 Air Date: 21 February 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by health secretary Matt Hancock MP, shadow justice secretary David Lammy MP, Conservative MP Mark Harper, SAGE member Professor John Edmunds and BBC Radio 2 presenter Jo Whiley. The newspapers are reviewed by Camilla Tominey of the Daily Telegraph and BBC Politics Live presenter Jo Coburn.


S2021E09 - 28/02/2021 Air Date: 28 February 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Rishi Sunak MP, chancellor of the exchequer, Anneliese Dodds MP, shadow chancellor of the exchequer, and Stacey Abrams, US Democratic politician and voting rights activist. With news review from Stephanie Flanders, senior executive editor at Bloomberg and head of Bloomberg Economics, and Nick Eardley, BBC political correspondent.


S2021E10 - 07/03/2021 Air Date: 07 March 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr's guests are education secretary Gavin Williamson MP, shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth MP and Dr Susan Hopkins of Public Health England. The news review is with BBC Scotland editor Sarah Smith, and money saving expert and journalist Martin Lewis.


S2021E11 - 14/03/2021 Air Date: 14 March 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Jess Phillips MP, shadow minister for domestic violence, Victoria Atkins MP, home office minister, professor Sir Ian Diamond, national statistician and head of the ONS and Kelly MacDonald, Line of Duty actor. With news review by Ayesha Hazarika, Evening Standard and Alex Forsyth, BBC political correspondent.


S2021E12 - 21/03/2021 Air Date: 21 March 2021 09:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Ben Wallace MP, defence secretary, Lisa Nandy MP, shadow foreign secretary, Dr Mary Ramsay, Public Health England, Mairead McGuinness, EU commissioner for financial services. With news review by Laura Kuenssberg, BBC political editor and Lucy Fisher, deputy political editor, Daily Telegraph.


S2021E13 - 28/03/2021 Air Date: 28 March 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Oliver Dowden MP, culture secretary; Mark Drakeford MS, first minister of Wales; Lorna Slater, co-leader of the Scottish Greens; Professor Mark Woolhouse, Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling and Andra Day, Oscar nominee, actor and singer. The newspapers are reviewed by Jessica Elgot, deputy political editor of the Guardian and Hugh Pym, BBC health editor.


S2021E14 - 11/04/2021 Air Date: 11 April 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by former Conservative prime minister Sir John Major, former president of Ireland Mary McAleese, former Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu, and actor Joanna Lumley.

News review with Helen Lewis, The Atlantic, and Jo Coburn, BBC Politics Live presenter.


S2021E15 - 18/04/2021 Air Date: 18 April 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by George Eustice MP, environment secretary; Rachel Reeves MP, shadow cabinet office minister; Andrei Kelin, Russian ambassador to the UK; Sir Ed Davey MP, Liberal Democrat leader; Jonathan Bartley, co-leader of the Green Party; Andrew RT Davies MS, leader of the Welsh Group of Conservatives; Dr Susan Hopkins, Public Health England and Simon Armitage, poet laureate. News review with Jane Moore, Sun and Alex Forsyth, BBC political correspondent.


S2021E16 - 25/04/2021 Air Date: 25 April 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Nicola Sturgeon MSP, first minister of Scotland and leader of the SNP; Liz Truss MP, international trade secretary; Angela Rayner MP, deputy leader of the Labour Party; Anas Sarwar MSP, leader of the Scottish Labour Party; Mark Carney, UN special envoy on climate and former governor of the Bank of England; and artist David Hockney.

The newspapers are reviewed by BBC political correspondent Leila Nathoo and Sunday Times deputy political editor Caroline Wheeler.


S2021E17 - 02/05/2021 Air Date: 02 May 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by foreign secretary Dominic Raab, shadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy, leader of the Scottish Conservatives Douglas Ross, leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats Will Rennie, leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price, professor of experimental medicine at Imperial College London Peter Openshaw, All India Institute of Medical Sciences Dr Rajeev Ranjan and actor and director Emily Mortimer.

The newspapers are reviewed by BBC deputy political editor Vicki Young and associate editor or the Daily Telegraph Camilla Tominey.


S2021E18 - 09/05/2021 Air Date: 09 May 2021 08:00 -

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Coming live from Scotland, Andrew Marr is joined Nicola Sturgeon MSP, first minister of Scotland and leader of the SNP; Michael Gove MP, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Anas Sarwar MSP, leader of the Scottish Labour Party; John McDonnell MP, former shadow chancellor of the exchequer; professor Andrew Pollard; director of the Oxford Vaccine Group; and Mary Beard, historian and broadcaster. The newspapers are reviewed by Anushka Asthana, The Guardian and Glenn Campbell, BBC Scotland Political Editor.


S2021E19 - 16/05/2021 Air Date: 16 May 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Matt Hancock MP, health secretary; Yvette Cooper MP, chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee; Professor John Edmunds, epidemiologist and member of SAGE; and Secretary John Kerry, US special envoy on climate. The newspapers are reviewed by The Spectator's Katy Balls and Simon Jack, BBC business editor.


S2021E20 - 23/05/2021 Air Date: 23 May 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by home secretary Priti Patel MP, shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds MP, UK Health Security Agency chief executive Dr Jenny Harries, and broadcaster Dame Esther Rantzen.

The newspapers are reviewed by BBC political correspondent Chris Mason and presenter of ITV's Good Morning Britain Kate Garraway.


S2021E21 - 30/05/2021 Air Date: 30 May 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Nadhim Zahawi MP, Covid-19 vaccine deployment minister; Maros Sefcovic, vice-president of the European Commission; Edwin Poots MLA, leader of the DUP; and actor Jared Harris. The newspapers are reviewed by Jessica Elgot, deputy political editor, The Guardian and Hugh Pym, BBC health editor.


S2021E22 - 06/06/2021 Air Date: 06 June 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by health secretary Matt Hancock MP, former prime minister Tony Blair and shadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy MP.
News review with BBC Politics Live presenter Jo Coburn and the Daily Telegraph's deputy political editor Lucy Fisher. Also on the show is activist and musician Sir Bob Geldof.


S2021E23 - 13/06/2021 Air Date: 13 June 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is live from Cornwall, he is joined by foreign secretary Dominic Raab MP and shadow international trade secretary Emily Thornberry MP, SAGE adviser Professor Andrew Hayward and actor Joanna Scanlan.

The newspapers are reviewed by BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg and The Sun's political editor Harry Cole.


S2021E24 - 20/06/2021 Air Date: 20 June 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by justice secretary Robert Buckland MP, mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham, leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey, Public Health England's Dr Susan Hopkins and actor Peter Capaldi.

The newspapers are reviewed by Daily Mirror political editor Pippa Crerar and BBC chief political correspondent Adam Fleming.


S2021E25 - 27/06/2021 Air Date: 27 June 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Northern Ireland secretary Brandon Lewis MP, chair of the health and social care committee Jeremy Hunt, mayor of London Sadiq Khan and chair of Nervtag Professor Sir Peter Horby.

The newspapers are reviewed by Salma Shah, former special adviser to Sajid Javid, Jane Moore of The Sun, and Nick Watt, BBC Newsnight's political editor.


S2021E26 - 04/07/2021 Air Date: 04 July 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by Robert Jenrick MP, housing secretary, Rachel Reeves MP, shadow chancellor and Stephen Powis, medical director of NHS England. The newspapers are reviewed by Alex Forsyth, BBC political correspondent and Anushka Asthana, editor-at-large of The Guardian.


S2021E27 - 11/07/2021 Air Date: 11 July 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi MP, CEO of the Football Association Mark Bullingham, chief of the defence staff General Sir Nick Carter, shadow education secretary Kate Green MP and statistician Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter. The newspapers are reviewed by former England footballer and pundit Eni Aluko and Susanna Reid.


S2021E28 - 18/07/2021 Air Date: 18 July 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by housing secretary Robert Jenrick MP, shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth MP, epidemiologist and government adviser Professor Neil Ferguson, and Hans Bruyninckx, European Environment Agency executive director.

With news review by Victoria Newton, editor-in-chief of The Sun, and Vicki Young, BBC deputy political editor.


S2021E29 - 05/09/2021 Air Date: 05 September 2021 08:00 -

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Andrew Marr is joined by chief of the defence staff General Sir Nick Carter, shadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy, Hilary Mantel and Ben Miles.

The newspapers are reviewed by The Atlantic's Helen Lewis and The Daily Telegraph's Lucy Fisher.


S2021E30 - 12/09/2021 Air Date: 12 September 2021 08:00 -

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