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Interview of the Week
June and July 2004
29th July 2004: Terry Waite.
Terry Waite Terry Waite on the continued detention of Harry Roberts, who was given a 30 year sentence for murder in 1966.

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23rd July 2004: Intl. Development Secretary - Hilary Benn.
Hilary Benn The U.S is putting forward a UN resolution against the Sudanese Goverment - However is this too little, too late? International Development Secretary, Hilary Benn.

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20th July 2004: Dr Brian Jones - on the Iraqi WMD threat.
Dr Brian Jones Dr Brian Jones, former head of nuclear biological and chemical intelligence analysis at the Defence Intelligence Staff, on the Iraq dossier and Butler report.

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16th July 2004: The German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder.
The German Chancellor John Humphrys interviews German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder after his meeting with Tony Blair.

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14th July 2004: Former US President: Bill Clinton.
President Bill Clinton Former US President Bill Clinton on the failings of the intelligence services in the U.S and U.K in the run up to the Iraq war.

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8th July 2004: Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens.
Sir John Stevens Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens, on his forthcoming retirement in January and his life in the job.

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7th July 2004: Former Governor of the Bank Of England Lord George.
Lord Eddie George. Former governor of the Bank of England, Lord George, on the Monetary Policy Committee meeting about interest rates and his time in the bank.

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26th June 2004: Chief Constable of North Wales Richard Brunstrom.
Richard Brunstrom Are speed cameras a good thing or do they just interfere with our liberties? Chief Constable of North Wales Police, Richard Brunstrom, airs his views.

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25th June 2004: Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon.
Geoff Hoon. Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon on the violence in Iraq ahead of the handover of power - scheduled for June 30th.

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17th June 2004: Former US Democratic Presidential candidate Howard Dean
Howard Dean. Former US Democratic Presidential candidate Howard Dean on the findings of the commission investigating the 9/11 attacks and American politics.

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8th June 2004: Prime Minister Tony Blair
Tony Blair The Prime Minister Tony Blair on the forthcoming local and European elections and the UN resolution on Iraq. Jim starts by asking him if he thinks he is an obstacle to the electorate voting Labour.

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4th June 2004: Sir Jeremy Greenstock
Sir Jeremy Greenstock Sir Jeremy Greenstock gives his first interview since the appointment of the new Iraqi government. He talks about his hopes for life in Iraq post the June 30th handover.

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