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The Reith Lectures 2002: A Question of Trust

1: Spreading Suspicion. Philosopher Onora O'Neill of Newnham College, Cambridge, delivers the first of this year's lecturesfrom the Royal Institution, London. Do accusations of sleaze show how untrustworthy our institutions and professions have become - or have we all grown more suspicious? Presented by Sue Lawley . Editor Gwyneth Williams Rptd Sat 10.15pm Trust me, I'm a (spin) doctor: page 28
BBC One London

Question Time

with Sue Lawley
The weekly hour of topical debate when the people get their chance to question the public personalities on the issues of the moment.
SUE LAWLEY and her guests go to Bristol University to face the questions and arguments of a Bristol audience.
Among the guests around the Question Time table in Bristol will be: Alan Clark , MP Paul Tyler Jane Reed
Director ANN MORLEY Producer LIZ ELTON Editor
BARBARA MAXWELL
BBC One London

Question Time

with Sue Lawley
The programme where the public puts the questions and debates the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
With Sue Lawley at the Greenwood Theatre, London, are:
The Rt Hon Patrick Jenkin ,
MP
Margaret Clay
Michael Montague Lord Barnett
Director ANN MORLEY Producer LIZ ELTON
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
BBC One London

Question Time

with Sue Lawley
The programme where the public put the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
Sue Lawley takes the chair at the Greenwood Theatre, London.
Among tonight's guests are: Donald Dewar , mp Teresa Gorman
The Rt Hon Cecil Parkinson , MP
Director ANN MORLEY Producer Liz ELTON
Editor BAKUARA MAXWELL
BBC One London

Question Time

The weekly opportunity for the general public to pose the questions and debate the answers with those in power
Among the guests with Sue Lawley this evening at the Greenwood Theatre in London is:
The Rt Hon Kenneth Baker , mp Director ANTONIA CHARLTON ProducerANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
BBC One London

Question Time

With Sue Lawley this evening at the Greenwood Theatre in London are:
Lady Grimond
The Rt Hon Roy Hattersley , MP Dennis Potter
William Waldegrave , MP Director ANTONIA CHARLTON Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Reith Lectures from 9.45am

New series 1/5. In the Beginning Was Sound
This year's Reith lecturer is the eminent conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim, a leading cultural figure of our time. "Music," argues Barenboim, "lies at the heart of what it is to be human". In his lecture, recorded in front of an audience at the Cadogan Hall in London, he draws on a lifetime of musical experience to point a way forward for us all through music. "Music is a way to make sense of the world: our history, our politics, our future.... our very essence." Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
BBC One London

Nationwide

Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West News, interviews and analysis from your region tonight, including local weather: with Michael Barratt , Frank Bough Bob Wellings and Sue Lawley including Election Question Time, with party representatives discussing the issues in separate editions for Scotland, Wales, N Ireland and the English regions.
(Regional details as Monday)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Desert Island Discs

Soprano Angela Gheorghiu talks to Sue Lawley and chooses eight records to take to the mythical island. Producer Leanne Buckle Shortened
The RT Interview with Angela Gheorghiu : page 28






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