For those keeping note, this morning's Andrew Marr introductions (on BBC Breakfast and The Andrew Marr Show) ran as follows:
7:30am: Well, I have been covering politics for 30 years, following it for 40 years, and I cannot remember a morning when Cabinet level briefings and poison and feuds in the morning's papers were quite as bad as they are today. And the guy at the centre of it all, the target of many other Cabinet ministers, seems to be the Chancellor, Philip Hammond. He will be among my guests, as will his opposite number, John McDonnell. I've got the great, great musician Daniel Barenboim talking about his wife Jacqueline du Pré, and other events I'm not yet at liberty to divulge, but it will be a busy and interesting hour I can promise you that.
9:00am: Good morning, if the government is to deliver a decent exit from the EU, and talks start again tomorrow morning, the first thing it has to do is stick together. Precious little sign of that this morning. The Sunday papers are brimming with the most poisonous cabinet briefings and feuds we have seen since the Referendum result. And in the cross hairs of the worst of the sniping, the Chancellor. So I am pleased that Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, joins us this morning to talk politics, public sector pay, and Brexit. And if the Tories go on for much longer like this we may see this man in Number 11, John McDonnell, wouldn't that mean higher taxes and even more debt? And the great conductor Daniel Barenboim, on his love of the Proms and how he is keeping alive the memory of Jacqueline du Pré. And since we are feeling classical, there will be some Mozart as well. Reviewing the news this morning, I'm joined the former Labour adviser and stand-up comedian, Ayesha Hazarika, the former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith and refereeing them both, Jane Moore from the Sun.