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David Dimbleby is joined in London by Philip Hammond, Andy Burnham, Paddy Ashdown, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Douglas Murray.

David Dimbleby is joined in London by the Transport Secretary Philip Hammond and the shadow education secretary Andy Burnham. The panel also includes the former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Lord Ashdown, the journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and the neo-conservative author and the director for the centre of social cohesion, Douglas Murray.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 8 May 2011 18:00


Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • Introduction

    David Dimbleby introduces the panel in London.

    Duration: 00:57

  • Death of Osama bin Laden

    Should Osama bin Laden have been executed, or arrested to face a full trial?

    Duration: 21:41

  • Enhanced interrogation

    Does the report that so called "enhanced interrogation techniques" at Guantanamo were responsible for leading the US to Bin Laden justify the continued use of these methods?

    Duration: 09:24

  • Death celebrations

    Are the jubilant celebrations over Bin Laden's death on the streets of America appropriate?

    Duration: 06:02

  • The AV referendum

    Would a 'no' vote in today’s referendum be a message to Nick Clegg that his compromise betrayed the trust of the British people?

    Duration: 19:29

  • End credits

    David Dimbleby looks ahead to future programmes.

    Duration: 01:21


Role Contributor
Presenter David Dimbleby
Participant Philip Hammond
Participant Andy Burnham
Participant Paddy Ashdown
Participant Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
Participant Douglas Murray