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31st July 2004
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They've been talking all night in Geneva to try to reach some sort of agreement at the world trade talks. John Moylan.

This weekend is the 60th anniversary of the start of the Warsaw uprising. Our reporter Adam Easton is there.

Doctors have been given new guidelines on how to deal with girls under the age of sixteen who want an abortion. Alex Bushill.

A look at today's newspapers.

A new literary festival, that's being described as "Glastonbury for books", starts in Cornwall today. Rebecca Pike investigates.

Why are cyclists allowed to break the law? Tony Vickers, spokesman from the Association of British Drivers and David Jamieson, the Road Safety minister.

Oil prices are still going up. Should we worry? Andrew Oswald is the professor of economics at Warwick University.

Charlotte Green reviews today's papers.

The latest chapter in our African novel. Jasper Fforde, winner of the Everyman prize for comic fiction.

Still no deal at the World Trade Organisation talks in Geneva. Mike Moore is the former Director General of the World Trade Organisation and John Gummer, Conservative MP and former Environment Secretary.

The Polish Prime Minister tells us he would welcome an apology from Britain over the Warsaw Uprising.

A look at your letters.

In a week when the nation's youth have been blamed for soaring levels of sexually transmitted diseases, we ask whether older generations really are any more responsible when it comes to safe sex?

Who knows best when a life has become "intolerable" - the patient or their doctor?

Charlotte Green with a review of today's papers.

Traditional winemakers in Bordeaux are being challenged by a new generation of wine producers. Bill Echikson has written about the rivalry between old and new and the wine writer Jancis Robinson.

Anti-abortion campaigners say new guidelines on giving advice to under 16 year olds makes a mockery of parental responsibility. Dr Vivienne Nathanson head of science and ethics at the British Medical Association and
Victoria Gillick a family rights campaigner.

The Polish Prime Minister told us earlier that he would welcome an apology from Britain over the Warsaw Uprising. We ask Europe minister Denis Macshane if he'll get one.
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The Blunder Clips

Some of Our Less Memorable Moments
These infamous sound clips have risen from the Today vaults again to haunt our newsreaders and presenters. Enjoy!

When the technology fails John and Jim have to Ad-Lib...
Jim introduces a very strange sounding 
'Yesterday in Parliament' package.
 - 23th July 2004
Paul Burrell sings opera?
Sarah cues in a very odd sounding Paul Burrell clip.
 - 25th October 2003
Is that Alec Stewart?
Garry Richardson interviews an Australian cricket fan masquerading as England star Alec Stewart.
- 7 January 2003
Sarah decides it's her turn - and interrupts Allan's discussion
-7 June 2002
Where am I?
It's not always easy to remember ... Sarah forgets where she is
- 20 May 2002
Studio invasion
Jim is besieged by his friends in the studio
- 15 December 2001
Jim attempts to interview Gruff Rhys of 'Super Furry Animals'.
John gets a little confused as to which Greg he has on the programme
Garry Richardson waits and waits and waits for Brendan Foster.
Laughing matter
What is Charlotte Green giggling about?
John and Jim share a joke about the weather?
Wrong guest
Sue and the wrong guest
The Extended Interview

We don’t always have time to play the whole interview on air. Listen to the extended interview here, exclusive to the Today website.

Tony Blair speaks to Jim at the British Embassy in Washington, following his controversial Rose Garden press conference with Bush. The Iraq war, the Middle East and the first hints of an EU constitution referendum u-turn. (17/04/04).
Jim Naughtie interviews the Nigerian High Commissioner in Britain, Dr Christopher Kolade, about the recent increase of religious violence in Nigeria.
John Humphrys interviews Prince Hassan of Jordan on the critical situation in Iraq.
Jim Naughtie interviews Bob Woodward. First Watergate, now a controversial book into events in the White House pre-Iraq war.
Sarah Montague interviews Paul Burrell.
The former royal butler denies betraying Diana, Princess of Wales, insisting his controversial new book was "a loving tribute".
General James L. Jones
During his visit to  London - the Supreme Commander of Nato talks to James Naughtie about the threat posed to NATO by a stronger EU military force.
Hillary Clinton talks to James Naughtie
Her questions surrounding the White House handling of the Iraq war, plus her years with Bill in that stately building.
Mark Coles interviews Damien Hirst
......about his new exhibition in the small Slovenian capital Ljubljana, including drawings from his teenage years.
James Naughtie interviews Hans Blix:
Hans Blix says allies had motivations other than WMDs for going to war - 6th June 2003.
Michael Jackson complaint
Los Angeles based psychiatrist, Dr Carol Lieberman, tells us why she’s complained to child protection authorities about Michael Jackson.
Saudi ambassador on war
Zubeida Malik talked to Prince Turki Al Faisal - the new Saudi Ambassador to Britain before the war in Iraq
Jackie Elliott
Robin Aitken's interview with Jackie Elliott before he was executed
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