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Vote 2001 - the Verdict

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As BBC1 joins forces with BBC News 24 to bring through-the-night coverage of the general election news and results, David Dimbleby sets the scene for the night to come. At 10.00 there's the BBC News from Michael Buerk, followed by the Regional News, and the Weather with Michael Fish. Then at 10.35 it's back to David Dimbleby as he returns to anchor the programme, interviewing senior MPs and linking up with the BBC correspondents who are reporting from 120 key constituencies around the country.
Jeremy Paxman will be gauging reaction from politicians and pundits in the studio, while Fiona Bruce will be meeting a cross-section of the electorate, and discussing their voting with both winners and losers. Meanwhile Peter Snow will be on hand with his swingometer and an array of new graphics to explain what the results mean. There are also reports from Anna Ford, Huw Edwards, Michael Buerk and George Alagiah, and analysis from polling experts Tony King and Alison Park. Ends 6.00am.
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Contact details: viewers can comment by e-mailing [email address removed] Website: [web address removed]
Andrew Marr 's questionnaire: page 17; Who gets your vote? How the channels are covering the election: page 32

Contributors

Presenter: David Dimbleby
Newsreader: Michael Buerk
Weather Presenter: Michael Fish
Presenter: Jeremy Paxman
Presenter: Fiona Bruce
Presenter: Peter Snow
Reporter: Anna Ford
Reporter: Huw Edwards
Reporter: Michael Buerk
Reporter: George Alagiah
Analyst: Tony King
Analyst: Alison Park
Director: Rob Hopkin
Editor: Alexandra Henderson

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Vote 2001 - the Verdict

BBC One London, 7 June 2001 21.55

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