The Prime Minister attempted to assert his "modern compassionate Conservative" credentials on Newsnight last night.
Twenty-four-hour news channels and all the commentary online make it ever harder to offer a definitive take on the day.
The Newsnight presenter grilled Hillary Clinton in an interview shown on last night's programme about Iraq, Russia, her husband, Scottish independence, and returning to the White House.
Hitchens, pushing of the idea that addiction isn't real, baffles both Perry (a recovering addict) and Baroness Meacher.
Our guest editor is grilled by Paxman on Newsnight about the revolution he wants to see in British politics.
Gavin Esler wears hideous sweater on the day the lobby argued endlessly about jumpers.
A hitherto unforeseen side effect of headsets like Google Glass could be Uri Geller-like powers.
The programme's new editor insults the Labour shadow cabinet minister and refers to his former trade as "snooooozepapers".
The chairman of the BBC Trust added that Rupert Murdoch's newspapers "were bound to question" his position, but the crisis could be solved by better management.
Newsnight presenter's furious attack on "bloated" BBC management of "time-servers" and "biddable people".