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Programme Archive Monday, 23 June, 2003, 04:32 GMT 05:32 UK
Diane Pretty A right to die
Do you think it's right to help someone end their life? Breakfast reports on the bill going through parliament that could see assisted suicides made legal.
Yolanda King Yolanda King
In 1963, Martin Luther King made a speech that would go down in history - his daughter Yolanda was live on Breakfast talking about both their lives - click here to see her interview.
Spike Lee
See our interview with Spike Lee, director of Do the Right Thing and Malcolm X which was on Breakfast this morning.
Your Say: Iraq war
Read your comments
Wilbur Smith's latest adventure
Find out how Wilbur Smith met his new wife - when she tried to buy the wrong book
You're free, Breakfast tells Derek
The FBI has confirmed that it got the wrong man when it asked the authorities to arrest a pensioner from Bristol. Breakfast broke the news to him in a South African prison
Your ticket to the galaxy
Willliam Shatner - alias Captain James T Kirk of the Starship Enterprise - joined us live in the Breakfast studio - and answered your emails in an interactive forum
watch our round-ups of Sophie's time on Breakfast Sophie's last Breakfast
Sophie Raworth presented her last ever Breakfast this morning - but don't despair: she's starting on the Six O'Clock News in January
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Watch all three of Joseph Fiennes' special reports from Angola for Breakfast.
Fiennes in Angola


Click here to see our series of special reports about children and the tests they take at school
Too much too young


Click here for a round up of our  series Chasing Places, including a recording of our question and answer session on school appeals
Your schools questions


In a special series of films, Breakfast's Graham Satchell looks at life in in Baghdad after the Iraq war. You can access them all through this page
Life after the war


Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood wins award
Award for Carol


Actress Claire Sweeney reports for BBC Breakfast on the effects of famine and Aids in Malawi
An African Odyssey



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