The Andrew Marr Show: Season 3, Episode 7

Episode #3.7 (21 Oct. 2007)
"Sunday AM" Episode #3.7 (original title)

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Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Christiane Amanpour and Lord Hattersley reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Jim Murphy MP and William Hague MP discuss with ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Andrew Marr ...
Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ...
Herself - Newsreader
Matt Taylor ...
Himself - Weather Reporter
Barnie Choudhury ...
Himself - Reporter
James Pearce ...
Himself - Sports Correspondent
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
...
Herself - CNN International Correspondent
Nick Clegg ...
Himself (as Nick Clegg MP)
William Hague ...
Himself (as William Hague MP)
Roy Hattersley ...
Himself (as Lord Hattersley)
Chris Huhne ...
Himself (as Chris Huhne MP)
Jim Murphy ...
Himself - Europe Minister (as Jim Murphy MP)
...
Himself (as Ronnie Wood)
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Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Christiane Amanpour and Lord Hattersley reviewed the Sunday news papers with Andrew Marr. Jim Murphy MP and William Hague MP discuss with Andrew the pros and cons of the recently signed but not ratified Lisbon Treaty and its ramifications for the UK. Ronnie Wood, of rock band 'The Rolling Stones', talks about his life and career as a member of the band and his new career as an artist. In the wake of the resignation of Sir Menzies Campbell MP, Andrew interviews Nick Clegg MP and Chris Huhne MP, the two declared candidates in the Liberal Democrat leadership election. They discuss their many similarities and very few differences and how the cause of Liberalism will progress under leadership. Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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