John Humphrys at the Conservative
Party Conference in Bournemouth and Sue MacGregor in London.
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The second of six conversations in which John Miller talks to key interpreters. As America's French-speaking interpreter, Alex Tourmayan was involved in negotiating a series of crises, from the Vietnam War to the release of the Iranian hostages. Producer Constance St Louis
50th Anniversary Week. Introduced by Jenni Murray. Maureen Lipman looks back at how the programme has treated men over the last five decades. Serial: Broadcasting a Life: the Autobiography of Olive Shapley. Final part. For details see Monday
In the 18th century, a young man's education was not complete until he had travelled on the "grand tour". In a new exhibition at London's Tate
Gallery, Tim Marlow discovers exactly what they found. Plus, a review of dancer Joaquin Cortes 's new show. Producer Erika Wright
Nelson is under suspicion. Written by Caroline Harrington Director
Tanya Nash . Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Jonathan Dimbieby isjoined in Warminster, Wiltshire, by Paddy Ashdown MP, Liberal Democrat leader; Viscount Cranbourne , Conservative leader in the House of Lords; Bridget Rosewell , economic adviser to the treasury; and Peter Mandelson MP, Labour's campaign director. Producer Nadine Grieve
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