"A pound shop Enoch Powell".
White men disproportionately dominate most fields, but even the BBC's flagship political panel show seems incapable of gender (or ethnic) balance. Then again, Westminster is far worse.
After tonight, the UKIP leader will have appeared 14 times on the programme since 2009 - more than any other politician.
Phil Burton-Cartledge has crunched the numbers on the political persuasions of the guests on the BBC's flagship politics programme.
An astonishing claim -- even by his standards -- from Richard Perle.
A new drinking game based on the ubiquitous programme gives much away about the robustness of political debate in Westminster.