Did David Cameron dodge questions on food banks and zero hours contracts during last night's interview with Jeremy Paxman?
Polls shows David Cameron came out on top in last night's election special. So the big question for Labour is, can they do enough in these TV appearances to make a difference?
Will last night's general election programme, in which Jeremy Paxman grilled the Labour and Conservative leaders, swing undecided voters towards Ed Miliband or David Cameron?
David Cameron and Ed Miliband clash with Jeremy Paxman in the first public contest leading up to the general election, and take a grilling from the public on their records and future promises.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband make their big pitch to the nation tonight. Don't want to get taken in by the spin? Read this first.
Ahead of Thursday evening's leader's interviews, Michael Crick confronts host Jeremy Paxman about whether he is sympathetic to the Conservative Party.
With the general election just 45 days away, parties are desperate to energise their supporters to get the vote out on 7 May. But disillusionment with the political process has never been higher.