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Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Alex Deakin forecast the Weather. Columnist, 'The Spectator', Rod Liddle and London Bureau Chief, 'Time', Catherine Mayer reviewed the Sunday... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Emily Maitlis ...
Herself - Guest Presenter
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Herself - Newsreader
Alex Deakin ...
Himself - Weather Reporter
Matthew Price ...
Himself - Reporter
Fiona Trott ...
Herself - Reporter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Herself - Guest
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Himself (as Sir Menzies Campbell)
Antonio Carluccio ...
Himself - Cook and Food Writer
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Himself (as Nigel Farage MEP)
Akram Khan ...
Himself
Rod Liddle ...
Himself - Newspaper Reviewer
Mazher Mahmood ...
Himself
Catherine Mayer ...
Herself - Newspaper Reviewer
Jack Straw ...
Himself - Justice Secretary (as Jack Straw MP)
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Suzanna Reid read the latest news headlines and Alex Deakin forecast the Weather. Columnist, 'The Spectator', Rod Liddle and London Bureau Chief, 'Time', Catherine Mayer reviewed the Sunday news papers with Emily Maitlis. UKIP Leader Nigel Farage MEP spoke to Emily about the EU response to the Georgia crisis. The former Liberal Democrat party leader, Sir Menzies Campbell, reported on the events of the Democratic party convention. Actress Juliette Binoche and Dancer & Choreographer Akram Khan talked to Emily about their collaboration in a new dance theatre production of "In I". Emily interviewed investigative journalist Mazher Mahmood, about his life and work especially his new book of his exploits which have embarrassed many famous people. Justice Secretary Jack Straw MP spoke to Emily about a variety of issues including the current economic crisis, the upcoming Labour party conference, and a possible challenge to the leadership of Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Cook and Food Writer ... Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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31 August 2008 (UK)  »

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