A later start on Sunday. The first session is a Q&A with leading figures, chaired by Floella Benjamin. I am one of the first up. "Will the education secretary give us her views on education". I think Ruth Kelly is very talented but has not really said very much about where her priorities for education lie.
The main event, and indeed the last event, is Tony Blair's speech. All the speeches are available online here.
Tony gives a much better speech than he did at the autumn conference - he is much more confident. The main thrust of the speech is around the six pledges which were announced on Friday. He mentions achievements in all pledge areas and rubbishes Tory plans for cuts in these areas. He says it is good to be back in a fight with the Tories. "And make no mistake - this is a fight. A fight for the future of our country."
A fight we have to win.