What The Election Papers Say

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0320100411

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Papers Say.

It does exactly what is says on the tin.

Between now and the election, the country's leading political journalists will analyse how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it on Sunday/today at 22h45 on BBC Radio 4.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

0420100414

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Papers Say.

It does exactly what is says on the tin.

Between now and the election, the country's leading political journalists will analyse how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it on Wednesday/today at 20h45 on BBC Radio 4.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

0520100418

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with columnist for The Times David Aaronovich.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

0620100421

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with Chief Political Commentator of the Guardian Andrew Rawnsley.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

0720100425

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with columnist for The Times Alice Thomson.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

0820100428

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with Guardian columnist Gary Younge.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

0920100502

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with former Editor of The Sun Kelvin MacKenzie.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

1020100505

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with Assistant Editor of the Sunday Express Julia Hartley-Brewer.

Analysing how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories of the election campaign.

1120100509

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with Editor of The Spectator Fraser Nelson.

Leading political journalists take a wry look at the broadsheets and red tops.

12 LAST20100512

BBC Radio 4 brings back a much loved TV favourite - What the Election Papers Say.

It does what it says on the tin.

Each programme will see a leading political journalist take a wry look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the biggest stories of the campaign.

Hear all about it - with Assistant Editor of the Guardian Michael White.

Leading political journalists take a wry look at the broadsheets and red tops.