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  • Newsnight
  • 26 Mar 08, 10:21 AM

Carol Rubra is tonight's programme producer. Here's her early email to the team.

Good morning,

Tonight we have the first of Paul Mason's films from his recent trip to China and apart from that the programme is wide open so let's discuss what else we should put in it and how we should do the stories.

Carol

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  • 1.
  • At 11:16 AM on 26 Mar 2008,
  • stephen wrote:

I just cant get anything recent on newsnight scotland, what do i pay my license fee for.

There are programs but if I miss them or are abroad i cant get anything fromm BBC web-pages.

Why not

  • 2.
  • At 12:10 PM on 26 Mar 2008,
  • csharp wrote:

in the last few months i have noticed the appearance of shrill and strident pro china posters on various news messageboards who delight in an orgy of anti capitalist anti [western!]imperiaist and tibetan = terrorism slogans.

i see they haven't found Newsnight yet.

  • 3.
  • At 01:56 PM on 26 Mar 2008,
  • neil robertson wrote:

What no Carla Bruni meets Arsenal?

Well I guess you could talk to the First Minister of Scotland as part
of Stage 2 of Scotland's National Conversation .... just a thought!

https://www.scotland.gov.uk/News/Releases/2008/03/26101102

  • 4.
  • At 02:24 PM on 26 Mar 2008,
  • neil robertson wrote:

Brown announced today that he will be talking about energy with Sarko.

Is Brown's brother still the PR man
for EDF - the French energy company?

And do we really want nuclear power?
Freudian slip too at PMQ about Tibet:
"We urge constraint" (sic!) was what Brown actually said not "restraint"!

  • 5.
  • At 02:33 PM on 26 Mar 2008,
  • Sarah, Paris wrote:

Hallo,
Please give Nicolas Sarkozy a good grilling ce soir.
French "journalists" are so deferential it is sickening. Plus of course Sarko has many friends in the media…
Best regards,
Sarah, Paris.

  • 6.
  • At 04:34 PM on 26 Mar 2008,
  • Joy wrote:

A country's developing just like growth of a child, it needs time and mistakes to learn lessons. Why westerns cannot accept and let China to develope in her way? It might be not perfect, but it suits China as 100 years ago the way western had which suited western. Besides, no one is perfect.
Love each other and let God be the judge.

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