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Breakfast with Frost
News of the World editor Rebekah Wade

Breakfast with Frost is BBC television's agenda-setting weekly news and current affairs programme. It is broadcast every Sunday on BBC One at 0900GMT. Click left to hear a message from the presenter, Sir David Frost.

    Sunday 16th December on BBC One

    In this week's programme News of the World editor Rebekah Wade told Sir David that it was "only right and fair" that parents were told of any child sex offenders who might be living unsupervised amongst them.

    In his first television interview since stepping down as Conservative Party Leader William Hague talked about his eventful year and future plans.

    Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott commented on 'Sarah's Law', defending The News of the World's decision to publish names and photos of seven convicted paedophiles.

    This week's transcripts:

    The News of The World editor Rebekah Wade

    William Hague MP

    Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott MP

    Breakfast With Frost Special preview with New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani


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