Have Your Say

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The programme which encourages listeners to take part in a topical debate by phone or e-mail.

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A new series of topical debates chaired by Donald MacCormick.

Tonight, from Newcastle's Royal Victoria Hospital, doctors and administrators respond to concerns from patients and health workers about the effects of the reforms to the National Health Service.

Producer Ian Gilvear

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Unknown: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Ian Gilvear

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Donald MacCormick chairs a series of topical debates. Today at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Hospital, doctors and administrators respond to concerns from patient and health workers about the effects of the continuing reforms to the National Health Service.

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Unknown: Donald MacCormick

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The series of topical debates moves to the village hall in Minety, Wiltshire, to explore the issues affecting rural life in the 90s. Presented by Donald MacCormick. Producer Ian Gilvear

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Presented By: Donald MacCormick.

Producer: Ian Gilvear

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The Government invests millions of pounds each year in employment training programmes. But how successful are they in helping people find real jobs? Donald MacCormick chairs the discussion from Gwent College of Higher Education in South Wales.

Producer Ian Gilvear

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Unknown: Donald MacCormick

Producer: Ian Gilvear

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How successful is the government in helping people find real jobs? Donald MacCormick chairs a discussion from

Gwent College of Higher Education in South Wales.

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The series of debate programmes comes to Edinburgh forthe biggest festival in the world and asks: "Who pays for the Arts?" Chaired by Donald MacCormick.

Producer Ian Gilvear

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Who pays for the Arts?

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Most inner-city dwellers are decent people, so what is being done to alleviate their grim surroundings? Donald MacCormick chairs a discussion from the Nia Cultiural Centre in Hulme,

Manchester.

Producer Ian Gilvear

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Donald MacCormick chairs a discussion on inner-city life from Hulme.

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In the last of the series Donald MacCormick discusses government-driven change in schools with education experts and an audience of teachers, parents and pupils from Chosen Hill School in Gloucester.

Producer Ian Gilvear

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Examining changes in education.

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Newsnight's Sue Cameron chairs the summer series of topical debates.

Tonight's edition comes from Brussels and reflects on the ever contentious issues surrounding the United

Kingdom's relationship with Europe. Producer Ian Gilvear. Rptd Sat 1.10pm

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Producer: Ian Gilvear.

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Sue Cameron chairs a debate on the UK's relationship with Europe. Repeated from yesterday

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Newsnight's Sue Cameron chairs the summer series of topical debates.

Tonight's edition from York examines the role of the church in modern society with special guest Dr John Habgood , Archbishop of York.

Producer Ian Gilvear. Rptd Saturday 1.10pm

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Unknown: Dr John Habgood

Producer: Ian Gilvear.

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A topical debate from York examines the role of the Church today. Repeated from yesterday

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Newsnighfs Sue Cameron chairs the summer series of topical debates. Today's edition comes from the English Riviera where a panel of experts discuss the way elderly people are cared for in our society. Producer Ian Gilvear. Rptd Sat 1.10pm

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A debate about the way elderly people are cared for in our society. Repeated from yesterday

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The summer series of topical debates comes to Scotland to examine the role of the media in modern society. The discussion is chaired by Sue Cameron with a panel of experts and an invited audience.

Producer Ian Gilvear. Rptd Sat 1.10pm

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Unknown: Sue Cameron

Producer: Ian Gilvear.

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Sue Cameron chairs a topical debate from Scotland on the role of the media in modem society.

Repeated from yesterday

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The summer series of topical debates comes to Manchester to discuss whether the privatised utilities, including BT and British Gas, are truly competitive and whether they serve consumers or their shareholders.

Presented by Sue Cameron.

Producer Ian Gilvear. Rptd Sat 1.10pm

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Presented By: Sue Cameron

Producer: Ian Gilvear.

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A debate about whether the privatised utility companies are truly competitive. Repeated from yesterday

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The summer series of topical debates comes to Cambridge to cross-examine those who deliver Britain's judicial system. Presented by Sue Cameron. Producer Ann-Marie Evans. Rptd Sat 1.10pm

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Presented By: Sue Cameron

Producer: Ann-Marie Evans.

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A debate on Britain's judicial system. Repeated from yesterday

Programme Catalogue - Details: Cambridge19950901

Producer: A.

AMAGUE

Previous in series: 11 August 1995

Broadcast history

01 Sep 1995 20:05-20:50 (RADIO 4)

02 Sep 1995 13:10-13:55 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-31.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Cambridge19950901

Producer: A.

AMAGUE

Previous in series: 11 August 1995

Broadcast history

01 Sep 1995 20:05-20:50 (RADIO 4)

02 Sep 1995 13:10-13:55 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-31.

Producer: A. AMAGUE

Programme Catalogue - Details: Cambridge19950902

First broadcast on 1995-09-01

Producer: A.

AMAGUE

Previous in series: 11 August 1995

Broadcast history

01 Sep 1995 20:05-20:50 (RADIO 4)

02 Sep 1995 13:10-13:55 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-31.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Cambridge19950902

First broadcast on 1995-09-01

Producer: A.

AMAGUE

Previous in series: 11 August 1995

Broadcast history

01 Sep 1995 20:05-20:50 (RADIO 4)

02 Sep 1995 13:10-13:55 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1995-08-31.

Producer: A. AMAGUE

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 4