Watch Noreena, with guests Dame Kelly Holmes and Lord Peter Goldsmith, review the day’s newspaper stories:
Sky News anchor Dermot Murnaghan presents Murnaghan, a weekly agenda-setting news programme with an emphasis on sharp opinion. Highlights include the weekend’s news, top interviews and debate, plus a review of the day’s newspapers.
Professor Noreena Hertz makes a guest appearance on BBC One’s Question Time on Thursday 3rd February 2011.
First broadcast: BBC One, 10.35pm GMT
Watch Noreena, with Immigration Minister Damian Green, Shadow Education Secretary Andy Burnham, former Labour MP Clare Short and Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips discuss the week’s most newsworthy issues, broadcast in front of a live audience in Workington, England. Available for UK viewers only (Video duration: 59.18)
See below for Noreena’s thoughts on the coalition government’s spending cuts. Available for UK and non-UK viewers (Clip duration: 1.28)
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Having been broadcast since 1979, Question Time has become something of a national institution. Alongside current host David Dimbleby, the panellists – consisting of a range of high-profile figures in politics, industry, the media and entertainment – debate the events of the day.
But at the heart of Question Time is the audience – both in the studio and at home…
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