Guardian editor on press freedom; 100 years of the New Statesman

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As the story over the detention of David Miranda continues to unfold, Steve Hewlett gets the latest from the editor of the Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, and discusses how the Guardian, and other publications, have covered the story. In the year of its centenary, we ask the editor of the New Statesman how it's adapting in the digital world. And, as the International Herald Tribune embarks on a rebranding, we ask, what's really in a name change?

Producer: Katy Takatsuki.

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Wed 21 Aug 2013 16:30