Robert Peston hosts the first edition of the show in 2017. He begins by questioning Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry about the Labour Party's apparent change in stance on various policy matters, the impact of the resignation of Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Tristram Hunt and the threat posed to the party by UKIP in Northern England. Robert then invites the Chair of the Royal College of GPs, Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard, to respond to Theresa May's recent criticisms of GP practices and to posit what the NHS needs to overcome the current crisis. Ahead of the inauguration of President Trump, Piers Morgan is quizzed about his friendship with the businessman turned 'man-of-the-people'. Does Piers believe Trump will soften his tone once in power? Will he still fire off tweets at 3am when sitting in the Oval Office? and how should the UK approach President Trump? The final guest to be interviewed is stand-up comedian Russell Kane who is asked if his on-stage 'angry young man' persona is just...