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Thursday, 28 August, 2003, 10:16 GMT 11:16 UK
Check on the interviews archived from January to March 2000. From April 2000 to date, programmes are displayed in week order.
Culture of duplicity and deceit
On Sunday, 10 August 2003, Breakfast with Frost featured an interview with the Shadow Chancellor Michael Howard, MP.
Prescott family 'complete'
On Sunday, 03 August 2003, Breakfast with Frost featured an interview with the deputy prime minister, John Prescott MP.
Future of BA in the hands of negotiators
On Sunday 27 July, 2003, Breakfast with Frost featured an interview with the Chief Executive of British Airways, Rod Eddington.
Deputy Prime Minister calls for reflection
On Sunday 20 July, 2003, John Prescott MP was interviewed by Peter Sissons.
Transport Secretary defends PM
On Sunday 13 July 2003, Alistair Darling defended the Prime Minister. "Clare Short has said it before and I don't think it has any support."
Military tribunal 'cause for concern'
On Sunday, 6 July 2003, Senator Hillary Clinton voiced concern for the welfare of prisoners in Guantanamo Bay facing trial by military tribunal and criticised the incumbent administration.
Coalition forces in Iraq may suffer more attacks
On Sunday, 29 June 2003, Peter Sissons interviewed Paul Bremer and the Health Secretary, John Reid MP.
President Putin hints at Saddam Hussain's location
On Sunday, 22 June 2003, Breakfast with Frost featured the Russian President, Vladimir Putin.
Fundamental reform of the legal system
On Sunday, 15 June 2003, the programme featured the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, Lord Falconer.
Chancellor reaffirms pro Euro stance
On Sunday, 8 June 2003, the programme featured a special interview with the Chancellor, Gordon Brown.
Foreign Secretary defends the Iraq war
Breakfast with Frost on Sunday 01 June 2003 featured an interview with the Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw MP.
Economic tests are key
On Sunday, 18 May 2003, the Chancellor insisted that the assessment of the five economic tests were, alone, at the heart of the Labour Government's decision over the euro.
Mellor attacks Tory leader
On Sunday, May 11 2003, Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith came under a fierce attack from David Mellor who, disillusioned, has left the Conservative Party.
On Sunday, 04 May 2003, Alan Milburn talked about the Government's policy on Foundation Hospitals and the vote in the House of Commons.
'Window of opportunity' to contain SARS
On Sunday, April 27 2003, Sir David talked to the head of the World Health Organisation, Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland.
Colin Powell warned Syria not to provide 'safe haven'
On Sunday, 13 April 2003, Sir David talked to the US Secretary of State, Colin Powell.
"I think the toughest fighting is ahead of us"
On Sunday, 30 March 2003, Sir David talked to General Myers, the most senior United States general.
Robin Cook will not be "going away"
On Sunday 23 March 2003, Sir David talked to Marshall Brian Burridge and former Prime Minister John Major.
"A further resolution would be politically desirable..."
On Sunday March 16 2003, Sir David talked to Chancellor Gordon Brown and the Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar.
"... We will go on seeking to get that second resolution..."
On Sunday 09 March 2003, Sir David talked to John Prescott MP and to the Foreign Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabr Al Thani.
France would be prepared to join in military action as a "last resort".
On Sunday 02 March 2003, Sir David was joined by the French foreign minister Dominique de Villepin.
Saddam Hussein is quite likely to "try to create Armageddon."
On Sunday 23 February 2003, Sir David was joined by former Prime Minister John Major.
The government "has to listen" to the message
On Sunday 16 February 2003, Sir David was joined by John Reid MP, Labour party chairman and Rev Jesse Jackson.
Five economic tests will be "rigorous and comprehensive"
On Sunday 09 February 2003, Sir David was joined by Chancellor Gordon Brown and Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy.
"Saddam Hussein has had years in which to co-operate"
On Sunday 02 February 2003, Sir David was joined by Geoff Hoon MP, defence secretary.
Weapons inspectors must be given "whatever time they need"
On Sunday 26 January 2003, Sir David was joined by Prime Minister Tony Blair.
"...this has been a very tough question."
On Sunday 19 January 2003, Sir David was joined by Charles Kennedy and Charles Clarke. Rt Rev John Sentamu and David Yelland also appeared.
"I'm not in favour of simply following the Americans"
On Sunday 12 January 2003, Sir David Frost talked to Iain Duncan Smith MP, Conservative party leader, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Andrew Cooney.
"...there is no place for guns on our street."
On Sunday 05 January 2003, Sir David Frost talked to the Chief Constable of the West Midlands, Paul Scott-Lee
Last show of 2002
On Sunday 15 December 2002, Breakfast with Frost completed its tenth year on air. Sir David was joined by Sir Elton John.
Britain has "total confidence" in UN inspectors
On Sunday 08 December 2002, Sir David Frost was joined by foreign secretary Jack Straw.
War "could be avoided" says UN inspector
On Sunday 01 December 2002, Sir David interviewed a key UN weapons inspector.
"No to war" with firefighters
On Sunday 24 November 2002, TUC leader John Monks warned the government not to go to "war" with the firefighters.
Sunday 17th November 2002
On Sunday 17th November 2002, the Deputy Prime Minister urged the firefighters to "take the gun away" from their employers' heads.
Sunday 10 November 2002
Iain Duncan Smith defended his leadership of the Conservative Party - and insisted that he would still be in place at the time of the next General Election.
Sunday 03 November 2002
The lawyer who acted for Paul Burrell told Sir David Frost that the former butler would never "tell all" about life with the late Diana.
Sunday 27 October 2002
Sir David interviewed the British Ambassador to Russia Sir Roderic Lyne on the aftermath of the siege of a Moscow theatre by Chechen rebels.
Sunday 20 October 2002
The Australian Prime Minister John Howard insisted that the terrorist attack on Bali could not have been forseen.
Sunday 13 October 2002
The Irish Prime Minister, Bertie Ahern, warned that the Northern Ireland peace process could be endangered.
Sunday 06 October 2002
On the eve of the Conservative Party conference in Bournemouth, Sir David interviewed the Leader of the Opposition, Iain Duncan Smith MP.
Sunday 29 September 2002
On the morning of the opening of the Labour Party conference in Blackpool, Sir David interviewed the Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Sunday 22 September 2002
As more than 250,000 protesters converged on the capital for the "Liberty and Livelihood" march, Sir David was joined by William Hague MP.
Sunday 15 September 2002
Sir David Frost interviewed the Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, and the Labour MP Tony Banks.
World Trade Centre attacks anniversary
On Sunday 08 September 2002 re-visit some of the best Frost interviews - Sir David talks to US Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Sunday 31 August 2002
Sue MacGregor was joined by the new Chairman of the Tory party, Theresa May, who said that "Iraq actually poses a clear and growing danger to Britain"
Sunday 25 August 2002
Breakfast with Frost was presented by Gavin Esler. Guests included Sir Jonathon Porritt, Margaret Beckett and Shimon Peres.
Sunday 18 August 2002
Guests were United Nations' chief weapons inspector Hans Blix, Francis Maude MP and basketball player John Amaechi.
Sunday 11 August 2002
Guests included Naomi Raaff, whose partner, a white farmer in Zimbabwe was murdered earlier this year.
Sunday 21 July 2002
Guests included Derek Simpson, the new leader of Amicus, Tony Benn MP and Michael Ancram MP.
Sunday 14 July 2002
Peter Sissons was joined in the studio by Alan Milburn MP, Michael Howard MP and the Chairman of Consignia, Allan Leighton.
Sunday 07 July 2002
The Trade and Industry Secretary, Patricia Hewitt MP joined Peter Sissons in the studio.
Sunday 30 June 2002
Guests included John Prescott MP, Oliver Letwin MP and the financier George Soros.
Sunday 23 June 2002
Guests included Peter Hain MP, Michael Portillo MP, Sir Bobby Robson and the former tennis champion, John McEnroe.
Sunday 09 June 2002
Among the guests speaking to Sir David Frost were the Northern Ireland Secretary John Reid and the leader of the Conservative Party, Iain Duncan Smith.
Sunday 02 June 2002
Sir David Frost hosted a special Jubilee programme this morning, which was broadcast live from Buckingham Palace.
Sunday 26 May 2002
Sir David was joined this week by the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto, and the Shadow Foreign Secretary Michael Ancram.
Sunday 19 May 2002
Sir David Frost was joined by Geoff Hoon MP, former Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer Kenneth Clarke and the cricketing 'legend' Sir Garfield Sobers.
Sunday 12 May 2002
Guests included Stephen Byers, the Chief Executive of Railtrack John Armitt, Israel's Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and, the goal keeper, David Seaman.
Sunday 05 May 2002
Sir David Frost was joined by the Culture Secretary, Tessa Jowell MP.
Sunday 28 April 2002
Sir David Frost was joined by Iain Duncan Smith MP and the Liberal Democrat leader, Charles Kennedy MP.
Sunday 21 April 2002
Sir David Frost was joined by the Prime Minister Tony Blair to talk about the decisions announced in last week's budget to spend more on the NHS.
Sunday 07 April 2002
Sir David Frost spoke to the former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath and veteran actor Sir John Mills.
Sunday 17 March 2002
Home Secretary David Blunkett admitted street crime has become a major problem and agreed that many people in cities up and down Britain feel unsafe out on the streets.
Sunday 10 March 2002
Chairman of the Golden Jubilee Trust Lord Sterling discussed his strategy to encourage the British public to enjoy the Queen's Golden Jubilee
Sunday 03 March 2002
Sir David was joined by the man who ran the civil service when Labour first came to power, Lord Butler.
Sunday 24 February 2002
Sir David Frost was joined by the Shadow Transport Secretary Theresa May.
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