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Interview of the Week
April - May 2008
28th May 2008 - Victoria Climbie
Victoria Climbie and Berthe Climbie We talk to Berthe Climbie, the mother of eight-year-old Victoria who was tortured and murdered by her great aunt and her boyfriend Carl Manning.

22nd May 2008 - The Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lama In an interview with the programme, the Dalai Lama speaks to Today presenter Evan Davis and insists his people did not want to break away entirely from China.

15th May 2008 - Prince Charles
A battle in the war against climate change will be lost unless we take urgent action to halt the rapid destruction of the world's rainforests, Prince Charles tells Today.

15th May 2008 - Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown As Prime Minister Gordon Brown struggles with dismal headlines following the local elections, we talk to him about yesterday's draft Queen's speech and the year ahead.

9th May 2008 - Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor Catholic leader Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor warns of the dangers of being governed by reason alone.

1st May 2008 - Kate and Gerry McCann

Kate and Gerry McCann It's a year since Madeleine McCann disappeared. Sarah Montague spoke to her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann.

25th April 2008 - Rowan Williams
Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, raises his concerns over the culture of debt developing in the UK. 

23rd April 2008 - Jacob Zuma
ANC's Jacob Zuma The leader of South Africa's governing ANC party, Jacob Zuma, speaks to the programme about Thabo Mbeki, Robert Mugabe and the future of Zimbabwe.

17th April 2008 - US relations
US ambassador to Britain, Robert Tuttle Gordon Brown met George Bush in Washington. What is the state of the special relationship? We speak to the US ambassador to the UK, Robert Tuttle.

10th April 2008 - Mike Thomson in the Congo
Zawadi Mongane Mike Thomson spoke of his return to Eastern Congo to find Zawadi Mongane, a Congolese mother he met last year who had been abducted by Rwandan rebel soldiers.

2nd April 2008 - Zimbabwe elections
Tyre fixer next to Mugabe posters in Harare Home Affairs Editor, John Simpson, MDC's chief representative in London, Hebson Makuvise, and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu on the situation in Zimbabwe.

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