This is amazing. It's long, but I can't encourage you enough to watch the whole thing. I watched it in four chunks today, interrupted for naps and work and playing with Silas. But it was much more worthwhile than the SOTU, the most substantive discussion of politics—between the actual opposing sides and actors—I've ever seen.
Here's Marc Ambinder, the Republican columnist for the Atlantic, saying much the same:
During the presidential campaign, it was John McCain who proposed a form of the British Prime Ministers' questions for the president. It was derided as a gimmick. This is no gimmick. I have not seen a better and perhaps more productive political discussion in this country in...a long time. 90 minutes worth!
Please, more of this: