Who Rules Britain?
Your verdict at the polls
Results flashed from the counts Forecasts Analysis Comment
Chairman Hardiman Scott BBC Political Editor
ANTHONY KING , Professor of Government in the University of Essex, and BRIAN CURTOIS of the BBC's Westminster staff.
Trends and Predictions:
MICHAEL SHIELDS , Chairman of National Opinion Polls, in the studio; and at Computer Projects' high-speed Operations Centre, BBC Science Correspondent DAVID WILSON joins up with a combined team led by DR DOUGLAS EYEIONS. FRANK TEER , SAM MCKIBBIN , and JAMES SPENCE.
Live Coverage: from reporters with Outside Broadcast units at each main Party ho. and in divisions in all parts of the country, including the leadership constituencies of Huyton, Bexley, and North Devon.
Newsreaders COLIN DORAN JOHN WEBSTER
As the flow of results reaches a peak after midnight, Radio 4 concentrates on a specially fast coverage of all the more interesting constituencies, especially the marginal seats that will determine the outcome of the Election.
A combined News, Current Affairs, and Outside Broadcasts presentation
(Election Supplement: pp 14-21)
(Weather, News, and Market Trends on Radio 3 from 11.30)
Coastal forecast 11.45-11.48*
Contributors Unknown: Hardiman Scott
Unknown: Anthony King
Unknown: Brian Curtois
Unknown: Michael Shields
Unknown: David Wilson
Unknown: Dr Douglas Eyeions.
Unknown: Frank Teer
Unknown: Sam McKibbin
Unknown: James Spence.
Unknown: Colin Doran
Unknown: John Webster