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Breakfast with Frost
Martin McGuinness MP
Martin McGuinness MP
Sunday 8th July 2001 on BBC 1

On this week's programme, Sinn Fein's Chief Negotiator, and Education Minister for the Northern Ireland Assembly, Martin McGuinness MP talks about the future of the peace process.

The Rt Rev David Smith, the Bishop of Bradford and Manwar Jan Khan from the Manningham Resident's Association discuss the problems facing Bradford following the recent violence.

The London Mayor, Ken Livingstone and his Transport Commissioner, Bob Kiley argue against a public-private partnership for the London Underground.

Tory leadership contenders, Iain Duncan Smith and David Davis, put forward their plans for the party.

And John Lloyd and Virginia Wade assess Tim Henman's chances of becoming the first British man to win Wimbledon for more than 60 years.

This week's transcripts:

Martin McGuinness MP

The Rt Rev David Smith and Manwar Jan Khan

Ken Livingstone and Bob Kiley

Iain Duncan Smith MP

David Davis MP

John Lloyd and Virginia Wade


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