Today at the Conservative party conference in Birmingham begins with a 5k run and ends with Ken Clarke at midnight. Here are our picks of Tuesday's fringe.
A good way to "brush away the morning cobwebs" is the Open Road 5k run, which meets at 7.30am outside the ICC main security entrance. A donation of £10 will be made to Epilepsy Action for every runner who takes part.
At 8am Girlguiding UK will be hosting the 'Girls' Attitudes 2012: What girls and young women really think fringe' in the ICC.
At 8.15am the Crop Protection Association are hosting "Rethinking Intensive Agriculture: Will science prevent a future food crisis" in the ICC. George Freeman will chair the event.
How can the UK get back on track? The Big Growth Debate, hosted by the CBI and EDF Energy will be held in the ICC at 8.30am. Jo Johnson and John Cridland from the CBI are on the panel.
Eric Pickles will be at the Localis fringe in Jurys Inn at the same time, discussing if Europe is a barrier to localism. Sir Merrick Cockell, Chairman of the Local Government Association, is also on the panel.
Also at 8.30am in the ICC, the National Federation of Builders and Federation of Master Builders will also be discussin localism, and the construction industry.
Amber Rudd will be debate why looking young is so popular at the 2020health fringe in the Copthorne Hotel at 9am.
The New Statesman and Blue Cross will be discussing "Disposable Pets" at the ICC at the same time with among others Neil Parish, Chair of the Associate Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare, also at 9am.
Reconsidering Thatcherism is the theme of the 10am Policy Exchange fringe in Jurys Inn. On the panel are Ferdinand Mount, Peter Lilley and Charles Moore.
Former Ambassador to the US Sir Christopher Meyer will be debating the US Presidential Election at the TRG fringe in the ICC at 10.30am with FCO minister Alistair Burt.
Labour MP Hazel Blears will be at the Policy Exchange and Deloitte fringe at 11.15am in Jurys Inn on making responsible business a reality. She will be joined by Kamal Ahmed, Business Editor of The Sunday Telegraph and Matthew Hancock.
At noon Stonewall and LGBTory will host a fringe on homopbobic bullying in the Novotel Birmingham Centre Ben Summerskill, Chief Executive of Stonewall and Tim Montgomerie, Editor of ConservativeHome, are on the panel.
Liam Fox and Eric Pickles will speak at the Trade Union Reform Campaign at noon in The Freedom Zone at Austin Court and at 12.30pm. At the same time Conor Burns and Mark Harper will discuss the future of constitutional reform at the Bright Blue and Electoral Reform Society in the ICC.
Also at 12.30pm the Dods Connecting Britain Dialogue in the ICC will hear from Mark Pritchard, Stuart Andrew and Graham Evans about bringing regional transport to the attention of Westminster.
At the same time in the ICC the Dods Green Deal Dialogue will consider the Green Deal and consumers with Gregory Barker MP, Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change and other guests.
Also at 12.30pm the Enterprise Forum and EEF, the manufacturers' organisation will be hosting a fringe on the role of government in growing the economy at the Copthorne Hotel. Margot James MP, Chair of the APPG for Trade and Investment and Mark Littlewood, Director General of Institute for Economic Affairs, are on the panel.
Politeia with ACCA will be hosting a fringe at 12.45pm at the Novotel Birmingham Centre on women in the boardroom. Harriett Baldwin MP and Sarah Sands, editor of the London Evening Standard, are on the panel.
A radical future? The 2.15pm Policy Exchange fringe in Jurys Inn (Broad St) will debate that topic with Kwasi Kwarteng, Priti Patel, Dominic Raab, Chris Skidmore and Elizabeth Truss.
Liam Fox will be defending the realm at 3.30pm at the Conservative Friends of the Union and The London Scottish Conservative Club fringe at the ICC.
At 5.15pm the European Commission will host a debate on growth in the EU and UK in the David Lidington, Minister of State for Europe and Margaritis Schinas, Deputy Chief Economic Adviser to President Barroso, are on the panel.
Liam Fox is back at 5.30pm at the Carlton Club Political Committee fringe "Prescription for Victory" in the ICC, and at the same time the Conservative Policy Forum is holding a Policy Dragon's Den. "Pitch your policy idea to a panel of journalists, MPs and policy professionals. Props allowed but contributions limited to 3 minutes."
Also at 5.30pm the Police Federation, ACPO & Superintendents' Association will hold the policing fringe in the ICC. Paul McKeever, Sir Hugh Orde and Derek Barnett, President of the Police Superintendents' Association will be on the panel.
Iain Duncan Smith will be discussing the impact of last year's riots with Fraser Nelson at The Centre for Social Justice fringe at 5.45pm in Jurys Inn.
At 6pm in the ICC the NASUWT will be debating "Educating The Working Classes Schools And Social Mobility" with Chris Keates, Polly Toynbee and Will Hutton.
The Amnesty International UK, International Broadcasting Trust and the Conservative Human Rights Commission event at 8pm in the Hyatt Regency will discuss the role of social media in human rights. Robert Buckland MP, Chair of the Conservative Human Rights Commission and Alistair Burt are on the panel.
At 9.30pm the British Humanist Association fringe in the ICC will ask if Britain is still a Christian country, and at the same time Save the Children and ConservativeHome will be hosting an evening reception in the ICC. Michael Gove and Tim Montgomerie will speak.
Parliamentary rock band MP4 will be performing at the World Society for the Protection of Animals fringe at 9.30pm in the ICC.
The highlight of the Conservative fringe will be the Dods PoliticsHome Tweet Up in the ICC (Hall 10B). There will be exclusive clips from the UKTV new series of Yes, Prime Minister and lots of refreshments.
Finally at 11.30pm the Bow Group and the TRG will be hosting rival late night receptions - Ken Clarke will be the guest of honour at the TRG event.