Lib Dems on air over the weekend

Quick alert for those wanting to see/hear Lib Dem MPs live on air in the next three days:

  • Tonight (Fri), Lynne Featherstone will be on BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions at 8.00 pm;
  • On Sunday, Vince Cable will be on ITV1’s GMTV Sunday Programme at 6.00 am – if you don’t want to get up specially James Graham has the hot preview;
  • On Sunday night, Sarah Teather will be on BBC Radio 4’s The Westminster Hour at (some point from) 10.00 pm; and
  • On Monday morning, Julia Goldsworthy will be on Five’s The Wright Stuff at 9.00 am.
  • Happy viewing/listening.

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