Movers And Shakers [Radio Ulster]

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20070204

1/6. In the first of a new series with Walter Love, former BBC chairman Sir Christopher Bland says why he thinks the Hutton report into the BBC's coverage of the Iraq War got it wrong, and why the licence fee is still great value for money.

20070218

1/6. Former BBC chairman Christopher Bland strongly criticised the Hutton report into the death of weapons expert Dr David Kelly, describing it as 'a whitewash'. Now chairman of BT, he also tells Walter Love about facing a £30 billion debt.

20070304

1/6. Former BBC chairman Christopher Bland strongly criticised the Hutton report into the death of weapons expert Dr David Kelly, describing it as 'a whitewash'. Now chairman of BT, he also tells Walter Love about facing a £30 billion debt.

20070311

6/6. Fashion designer Paul Costelloe talks to Walter Love about his life, including working in New York, Paris and Milan, and designing clothes for Princess Diana.

20070713

1/6. In the first of the series with Walter Love, former BBC chairman Sir Christopher Bland says why he thinks the Hutton report into the BBC's coverage of the Iraq War got it wrong, and why the licence fee is still great value for money.

20070717

3/6. Nicky Kinnaird was a chartered surveyor when she decided she could offer a full range of lifestyle products to women and men. Now her empire is expanding to New York and Japan.

20070718

4/6. Pat Doherty left Buncrana, Co Donegal, aged 18 with 15 pounds in his pocket to work on building sites in London. Now he figures on The Sunday Times rich list, has his portrait painted by Lucian Freud and is the driving force behind the Titanic quarter development in Belfast.

20070719

5/6. A look at the career of Sir Gerry Robinson, one of the UK's best-known management gurus.

20070720

6/6. Fashion designer Paul Costelloe talks to Walter Love about his life, including working in New York, Paris and Milan, and designing clothes for Princess Diana.

20080713

Discussion series with Walter Love.

1/6. Former BBC chairman Sir Christopher Bland explains why he thinks the Hutton report into the BBC's coverage of the Iraq War got it wrong, and why the licence fee is still great value for money.

20080720

A look at the career of Sir Gerry Robinson, one of the UK's best-known management gurus.

20080727

6/6. Fashion designer Paul Costelloe talks to Walter Love about his life, including working in New York, Paris and Milan, and designing clothes for his most famous customer, Princess Diana.

On MW only, from 2.30pm - 4.45pm:

Sunday Sportsound: Jerome Quinn presents coverage of Fermanagh v Armagh in the Ulster Final replay at Clones. Jerome will be joined by Adrian McGuckin, Jimmy Smyth and Ger Treacy, with commentary by Owen McConnon and Brian Canavan.

0120070211

Former BBC chairman Christopher Bland strongly criticised the Hutton report into the death of weapons expert Dr David Kelly, describing it as 'a whitewash'. Now chairman of BT, he also tells Walter Love about facing a £30 billion debt.

0120070225

Former BBC chairman Christopher Bland strongly criticised the Hutton report into the death of weapons expert Dr David Kelly, describing it as 'a whitewash'. Now chairman of BT, he also tells Walter Love about facing a £30 billion debt.

0220070716

Wetherspoon's pub empire owner Tim Martin tells how he opened his first pub because he thought he could offer better beer and food than he was being served elsewhere.

After a chastening experience with some unruly costumers, he named his pub after a teacher who couldn't control his class.

He still drinks 40 units of beer a week, is fervently anti-Euro and hates dinner parties.