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Chris Woodhead

John Humphrys
DATE
1st MARCH
Woodhead criticises Blunkett
Three months after resigning as head of Ofsted Chris Woodhead came clean on what he thought of the Government's education policies. In an interview with John Humphrys he was outspoken in his condemnation of Labour's policies and even spoke of betrayal ....

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David Blunkett

John Humphrys
DATE
1st MARCH
Blunkett responds to Woodhead
Chris Woodhead, former head of OFSTED, talked of betrayal when he criticised the Government's education policies. David Blunkett was quick to respond with a passionate and reasoned defence, as well as giving an insight into his dealings with Woodhead...

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GP Hinduja

John Humphrys
DATE
7th MARCH
GP Hinduja on the Hinduja affair
Leaks from the Hammond report indicated that Peter Mandelson was cleared of behaving dishonestly in the Hinduja affair. GP Hinduja gave his reaction to the report. He also talked about his relationships with Peter Mandelson and Keith Vaz, and pointed a finger at who might be behind the allegations ...

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Jim Scudamore

John Humphrys
DATE
19th MARCH
The foot and mouth outbreak carries on spreading. Are we following the right containment and eradication policies? A country vet and farmer questioned the current policies. Chief Vet Jim Scudamore defended his position and dealt with diagnosis, slaughter and disposal but his critics were not impressed ...
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Anthony Worral Thompson and Chrissie Hynde

James Naughtie
DATE
28th MARCH
Vegetarianism
According to an ICM poll commissioned by Today, vegetarianism is on the increase. There is even some evidence that the public has been affected by the grisly images of slaughtered animals that appear almost daily in the media. Chrissie Hynde and chef Athony Worral Thompson clashed over this emotive issue...

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