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Newcastle upon Tyne

Duration:
50 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 28 October 2011

Jonathan Dimbleby presents a panel discussion of news and politics from Hoults Yard in Newcastle.

On the panel this week: David Davis, Conservative MP; Rachel Reeves, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury; Matthew Parris, columnist and broadcaster, and Jeremy Browne, Minister of State at the Foreign Office.

Producer: Chris Ledgard.

Chapters

5 items
  • Anti-capitalist protests

    Question One: Does the resignation of Giles Fraser, Canon of St Paul’s, show that at least one person in the City of London has a conscience?

  • Director's Pay

    Question Two: How many people in the UK deserve a 49% pay rise?

  • Eurozone

    Question Three: Does it matter if we lose control over the future direction of the Eurozone?

  • Prisons

    Question Four: Are prisons ever likely to prevent crime?

  • Art and culture

    Question Five: Does the panel think that art and culture can lead to real economic development?

  • This week's questions

    1. Does the resignation of Giles Fraser, Canon of St Paul's, show that at least one person in the City of London has a conscience?

    2. How many people in the UK deserve a 49% pay rise?

    3. Does it matter if we lose our influence over the future direction of the Eurozone?

    4. Are prisons ever likely to prevent crime?

    5. In the context of the Turner Prize opening at BALTIC, Gateshead, does the panel think that art and culture can lead to real economic development?

Broadcasts

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