Labour Party

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Programme Catalogue - Details: 1990060619900606

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SBH:Labour's plans for education & training; economic strategy; NHS; transport; environment. Includes promise of nursery school place for every 3 or 4-year-old whose parents request it; joining E.R.M.

Broadcast history

06 Jun 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Notes: CAIRS 542966

programme catalogue - details: 1990060619900606

BBC Programme Number: 54SX2966

Notes: CAIRS 542966

Description

SBH:Labour's plans for education & training; economic strategy; NHS; transport; environment. Includes promise of nursery school place for every 3 or 4-year-old whose parents request it; joining E.R.M.

Broadcast history

06 Jun 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1990101019901010

Description

SBH:Labour MPs on their plans for education & training. Depressed-sounding members of the public comment on Conservatives lack of investment in education, etc.; young people complain about the futility of the YTS scheme. (Background of `uplifting' music behind politicians.)

OTN:YLN041/90VQ0016 TXN/TDT:R4 10-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

10 Oct 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Tony Blair (Speaker)

Jack Straw (Speaker)

Gordon Brown (Speaker)

Neil Kinnock (Speaker)

Margaret Beckett (Speaker)

John Smith (politician (spkr)) (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 543082

programme catalogue - details: 1990101019901010

BBC Programme Number: 54SX3082

Notes: CAIRS 543082

Description

SBH:Labour MPs on their plans for education & training. Depressed-sounding members of the public comment on Conservatives lack of investment in education, etc.; young people complain about the futility of the YTS scheme. (Background of `uplifting' music behind politicians.)

OTN:YLN041/90VQ0016 TXN/TDT:R4 10-Oct-1990

Broadcast history

10 Oct 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Tony Blair (Speaker)

Jack Straw (Speaker)

Gordon Brown (Speaker)

Neil Kinnock (Speaker)

Margaret Beckett (Speaker)

John Smith (politician (spkr)) (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1995092019950920

Description

SBH:Labour's Deputy Leader denies rumours that he & leader Tony Blair are on bad terms. "Relationship between Tony Blair & I are excellent" (sic). Consultation plans for Regional Assemblies; making quangos accountable. Interviewer: Peter Hobday (who essays a modest joke, then has to explain it). From Today.

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Peter Hobday (int)

John Prescott (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 608575

Description

SBH:Labour's Deputy Leader denies rumours that he & leader Tony Blair are on bad terms. "Relationship between Tony Blair & I are excellent" (sic). Consultation plans for Regional Assemblies; making quangos accountable. Interviewer: Peter Hobday (who essays a modest joke, then has to explain it). From Today.

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Peter Hobday (int)

John Prescott (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 608575

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1995092019950920

Description

SBH:Labour's Deputy Leader denies rumours that he and leader Tony Blair are on bad terms. "Relationship between Tony Blair and I are excellent" (sic). Consultation plans for Regional Assemblies; making quangos accountable. Interviewer: Peter Hobday (who essays a modest joke, then has to explain it). From Today.

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1995 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Peter Hobday (int)

John Prescott (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 608575

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1996010819960108

Description

SBH:Report in R4 1800 Hrs News; int. with Peter Jepson, who has successfully challenged policy. Labour's Gen. Sec. Tom Sawyer says matter will be put on hold pending appeal.

PRE:Industrial tribunal has declared illegal the use of women-only shortlists in some constituencies. Vine: policy looks to have been stopped in its tracks. Case brought by Roger Dyas-Elliott & Peter Jepson, whose political aspirations have been frustrated. Jepson: delighted - something they've been fighting for for some considerable time. Sawyer: as far as they can ascertain, doesn't effect candidates already chosen. Considering appeal - putting undecided shortlists on hold.

Broadcast history

08 Jan 1996 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Perkins (rdr)

Jeremy Vine (Speaker)

Tom Sawyer (Speaker)

Peter Jepson (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 610398

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1996012119960121

Description

SBH:Labour's health spokesman Harriet Harman has been criticised from within her own party for deciding to send her son to a selective school. Comment from MPs Clare Short (CREDIT GMTV); Tony Banks; Lynne Jones. From R4 1800 Hrs News.

Broadcast history

21 Jan 1996 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jeremy Vine (Speaker)

Clare Short (Speaker)

Tony Banks (Speaker)

Lynne Jones (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 609850

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1996012219960122

Description

SBH:Frontbench Labour MP Harriet Harman defends her decision to send her son to a selective grammar school (CREDIT CHANNEL 4 NEWS). Also acts. afternoon's education debate in Commons; comment from Labour MP Gerald Steinberg, who has resigned from Labour's Education Cttee in protest. From R4 Midnight News.

TXN/TDT:R4 22-Jan-1996 CON:PERKINS Brian (rdr) HARMAN Harriet (spkr) BLUNKETT David (spkr) ...... Labour Education spokesman SHEPHARD Gillian (spkr) .... Sec. for Education STEINBERG Gerald (spkr) .... Lab. MP JOWELL Tessa (spkr) ........ Lab. MP MITCHELL Clarence (spkr) ... reporter

Broadcast history

22 Jan 1996 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Perkins (rdr)

David Blunkett (Speaker)

Clarence Mitchell (Speaker)

Harriet Harman (Speaker)

Gillian Shephard (Speaker)

Tessa Jowell (Speaker)

Gerald Steinberg (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 609892

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1996012319960123

Description

SBH:Row over Harriet Harman's decision to send her son to a selective grammar school continues. Act. Prime Minister's Questions in Commons, where John Major `lands some punches' on Tony Blair - e.g. "I just want to be tough on hypocrisy & tough on the causes of hypocrisy". In an int., Labour MP Terry Lewis calls for Harman's resignation. From R4 1800 Hrs News.

Broadcast history

23 Jan 1996 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Tony Blair (Speaker)

John Major (Speaker)

Nick Jones (Speaker)

Terry Lewis (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 609915

programme catalogue - station

Radio 4