Two rich white men given centre-stage to lecture people of colour on how they should feel about prejudice? Sure!
Dimbleby was seen off from his final 'Question Time' in a truly spectacular way.
Eight-minute songs? Questioning the government on both sides of the Atlantic? Talking about love? Dave is the rapper we need right now.
Another excellent week for weird little blokes talking rubbish.
The seven-minute track sees the rapper shrewdly taking on issues from the NHS to Grenfell Tower.
It takes some thick skin to make it through the holiday here.
Because it is a weekly reminder of just how ugly and slow democracy can be.
They may be ideological opposites, but their prominence indicates that the UK is entering a new political context.
Which one seemed most like a conspiracy theorist, who got the most laughs and who pushed their "man of the people" credentials the hardest – who won on their big night?
Nick Griffin's expulsion on Tuesday drew the veil over an era in British far-right politics where it both tipped towards respectability and lurched from calamity to disaster like a drunk clown at a six-year-old’s birthday party.
UKIP were there too – it was a festival of wankers.