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What the Papers Say 

Weekly look at the handling of the news by individual newspapers.
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Tony Livesey Tony Livesey ...  Himself / ... 6 episodes, 2003-2006
Michael Parkinson ...  Himself 4 episodes, 2001-2007
Jimmy Hibbert Jimmy Hibbert ...  Extracts reader / ... 3 episodes, 1999-2008
Ann Leslie Ann Leslie ...  Herself - Presenter 3 episodes, 1987-1990
Stuart Hall Stuart Hall ...  Himself - Presenter 2 episodes, 1975-1980
Ray Snoddy Ray Snoddy ...  Himself - Presenter 2 episodes, 1987-1988
Dominik Diamond Dominik Diamond ...  Himself - Presenter 2 episodes, 2005-2007
Martin Oldfield Martin Oldfield ...  Extracts Reader / ... 2 episodes, 2007-2008
Andrew Rawnsley Andrew Rawnsley ...  Himself / ... 2 episodes, 2005
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Weekly look at the handling of the news by individual newspapers.

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UK

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English

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5 November 1956 (UK) See more »

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Granada Television See more »
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Spin-off The What the Papers Say Awards 2001 (2001) See more »

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English Dances for Orchestra, Set II: Allegro non troppo (Op.33)
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Composed by Malcolm Arnold
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A jolly 10 minutes .....
25 November 2006 | by welshNickSee all my reviews

A weekly trip through the British newspapers hosted by a different journalist each week. This is always very good value and normally has a good fast pace. The best part of this show is the reading out of the stories by various people which is interspersed with comments from the host. This must be one of the longest running programs anywhere in the world having started in 1956 !!!! It is a good 10 minute watch and really should be 20 minutes and have a better slot rather than teatime on BBC2. Do try and watch this - very good for a quick laugh. I have heard similar things on the radio but this is even better particularly if there has been a good political scandal ..... (When hasn't there been ?!?)


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