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26/05/2011

David Dimbleby is joined by Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne MP, Conservative MP and novelist Louise Bagshawe and Labour MP Hilary Benn.

The panel also includes Britain's former Ambassador to the United States Sir Christopher Meyer and media lawyer Charlotte Harris.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 29 May 2011 18:00

Chapters

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

  • Introduction

    David Dimbleby introduces the panel.

    Duration: 00:51

  • Privacy

    Did John Hemming abuse his parliamentary privilege by exposing Ryan Giggs as the footballer who had an affair?

    Duration: 11:22

  • Public right to know

    What right do the general public have to know about what goes on behind the closed doors of famous people?

    Duration: 08:44

  • UK and US relations

    The US and the UK: An essential relationship for whose benefit?

    Duration: 09:42

  • Libya

    Is it right to intervene in Libya, based on human rights breaches, while just watching similar breaches elsewhere, for example, Syria and Bahrain?

    Duration: 13:52

  • Alcohol pricing

    With alcohol-related hospital admissions above one million, should the government follow Scotland's lead and introduce a minimum price per unit of alcohol?

    Duration: 11:05

  • Arrest of Gen Mladic

    Will the arrest of General Mladic pave the way for Serbia to join the EU?

    Duration: 01:56

  • End credits

    David Dimbleby looks ahead to future programmes.

    Duration: 01:04

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter David Dimbleby
Participant Jeremy Browne
Participant Hilary Benn
Participant Christopher Meyer

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