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Tim Marlow talks to the painter Paula Rego and one of her admirers Miriam Stoppard as a major exhibition opens at the Liverpool Tate Gallery.
Arnold Wesker discusses his new play about a Jewish professor, his estranged wife and comedienne daughter, which received its world premiere at the Hampstead Theatre in London. Producer Robyn Read
An unexpected visitor.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in St Helens, Merseyside, with Douglas Hogg MP, Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; Times columnist Simon Jenkins ; Joyce Quinn MP, Opposition spokeswoman on Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs; and Sally Wicher , director, Child Poverty Action Group. Producer Nadine Grieve
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