If you missed it yesterday, then please take the time to catch up with Tim Donovan's masterful interview with Boris Johnson's "Chief of Staff" Simon Milton.
Donovan corners Milton on everything from police cuts, to fare rises, to Boris's resignation from the MPA last week.
It's a fine piece of work and demonstrates just why Boris Johnson refuses to be interviewed by Tim on the Politics Show.
As Standard journalist Ross Lydall reported last year:
"I have it on good authority that Mr Johnson and his aides have turned down a dozen formal and informal requests, despite the fact that the show is broadcast from City Hall, only a few floors from Mr Johnson’s office."
Boris doesn't do detailed scrutiny, which is why he chooses to appear on the Vanessa Feltz show instead.
Although if one comment he made to her last week is anything to go by, then even that may be coming to an end:
Still, Boris's stand-in did provide us with at least one good quote yesterday.
Asked how Boris's defence of bankers would help out-of-work young Londoners, Milton replied:
"Of course there is a big role for us in trying to make sure that conditions are right to get more young people unemployed."
Don't let anyone say that they're lacking in ambition.