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BBC Breakfast with Frost, guests in 2002.


06 January 2002

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    Guests appearing on BBC Breakfast with Frost in 2002

  • Robin Cook, MP, Leader of the House of Commons
  • Lord Lamont and Lord Brittan, former Conservative Cabinet Ministers
  • Elmar Brok, German MEP and Chair of European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee
  • Vernon Hince, Acting General Secretary of RMT Union and George Muir, Association of Train Operating Companies
  • Ellen MacArthur, yachting heroine
  • Newspaper review - Joan Bakewell and Johnny Vaughan

13 January 2002

  • Prime Minister, Tony Blair MP
  • Sir Ronnie Flanagan, Chief Constable Northern Ireland Police Service
  • David Davies, Executive Director Football Association
  • Newspaper review - Nigella Lawson and Peter Kellner

20 January 2002

  • Conservative Party Leader, Iain Duncan-Smith MP
  • Mr Reza Pahlavi, son of the former Shah of Iran
  • Major General McColl, Commander ISAF
  • Tony Lloyd MP, former Foreign Office Minister
  • Newspaper review - Don Hale - journalist for the Matlock Mercury in Derbyshire
  • Andrew Neil - Editor of The Business
  • Cristina Odone - Deputy Editor New Statesman

27 January 2002

  • Secretary of State for Health, Alan Milburn MP
  • Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Charles Kennedy MP
  • Sir Louis Blom-Cooper re: Bloody Sunday enquiry
  • Tina Brown, former editorTalk Magazine
  • Philip Pullman, winner of the Whitbread Book of the Year award
  • Newspaper review - Impressionist Rory Bremner and journalist Jane Moore

03 February 2002

  • Rt Hon Charles Clarke MP, Labour Party Chairman
  • Hamid Karzai, Leader of the Interim Government in Afghanistan
  • Francis Maude MP
  • Anne Owers, Chief Inspector of Prisons in England and Wales
  • Roger Daltrey and Dr Adrian Whiteson - raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust
  • Newspaper review - Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Sir Tim Rice

10 February 2002

  • Rt Hon Estelle Morris MP, Secretary of State for Education
  • Lord Lloyd Webber
  • Lady Elizabeth Shakerley following Princess Margaret death
  • Greg Dyke, BBC Director General
  • Sir Liam Donaldson, Chief Medical Officer
  • Newspaper review - Sheila Hancock and Ivan Massow

17 February 2002

  • The Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone
  • Philip Mawer, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards
  • Dr Liam Fox MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Health
  • Dame Pauline Neville-Jones and Vladeta Jankovic - Yugoslav Ambassador
  • Bertie Ahern - Prime Minister of Ireland
  • Newspaper review - Alice Thomson and Charlie Whelan

24 February 2002

  • Theresa May MP, Shadow Transport Secretary
  • Helen Liddell MP, Secretary of State for Scotland
  • Stephen Fry
  • Morgan Tsvangarai - Leader of the Opposition Party in Zimbabwe,
  • Movement for Democratic Change (telephone link from Zimbabwe)
  • Discussion - Don McKinnon, Commonwealth Secretary General and Menzies Campbell MP
  • Newspaper review - Sue MacGregor and Tony Hawks

03 March 2002

  • Lord Butler former Cabiniet Secretary
  • Peter Hennessy, Historian and Author
  • Tony Banks MP, former Minister for Sports
  • Baroness Amos , Foreign Office Minister
  • Jonathan Moyo, Zimbabwean Information Minister
  • Discussion - Rhona Martin, Debbie Knox, Fiona MacDonald, Janice Rankin: GB Curling Team, Winter Olympics Gold medal winners.
  • Newspaper review - Elizabeth Filkin and Harry Hill

10 March 2002

  • Oliver Letwin MP
  • Lord Sterling and Norman Baker disco on the Jubilee
  • Saeb Erekat, Palestinian chief negotiator
  • Dr Zvi Stauber - Israeli Ambassador
  • Rageh Omaar, BBC correspondent, from the Zimbabwe border
  • Doug McAvoy, Secretary General of the National Union of Teachers with Chris Woodhead and John Prescott
  • Newspaper review - Frances Edmonds and Nicholas Parsons

17 March 2002

  • David Blunket, Home Secretary
  • Niall Quinn, Footballer (Sunderland FC and Republic of Ireland)
  • David Davis, conservative MP
  • Nigel McQuoid, headteacher of Emmanuel Technological Centre
  • Newspaper review - Sue Lawley and Howell James

24 March 2002

  • Jack Straw MP, Foreign Secretary
  • David Willetts MP, Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary
  • Richard Stein - Solicitor to 'Miss B' and Brian Pretty - euthanasia discussion
  • David Davies - Executive Director of the Football Association
  • Newspaper review - Rabbi Julia Neuberger, Sir Bernard Ingham and David Davies (Football Association)

31 March 2002 Easter break

07 April 2002

  • Binyyamin Netanyahu - DTL Jeruaslem
  • Sir Ronnie Flanagan - DTL Belfast
  • Rt Hon Sir Edward Heath - Queen Mother
  • Dr Wesley Carr - Dean of Westminster - Queen Mother
  • Sir John Mills - Queen Mother
  • Newspaper review - Mariella Fostrup and Lord Healey

14 April 2002 London Marathon

21 April 2002

  • Prime Minister, Tony Blair MP
  • Saeb Erekat
  • External Affairs Commissioner, Chris Patten
  • Lloyd Scott - ithe slowest ever London Marathon
  • Newspaper review - Caroline Lucas MEP and David Aaronovitch

28 April 2002

  • Charles Kennedy MP - Leader, Liberal Democrat Party
  • Iain Duncan-Smith MP - Leader, Conservative Party
  • Sir Cliff Richard
  • Dianne Thompson - Chief Executive Camelot
  • Newspaper review - Jane Moore and Trevor Philips

05 May 2002

  • Rt Hon Tessa Jowell MP, Secretary of State Department Culture Media and Sport
  • Rt Hon Robin Cook MP, Leader of the House of Commons
  • Danny Naveh, Israeli Cabinet Minister
  • Terje Roed-Larson, UN Special Envoy in the Middle East
  • Major General Robert Fry, Royal Marines
  • Discussion with Allan Leighton, Chairman of Consignia and Billy Hayes, Communications Workers Union
  • Newspaper review - Ann Widdecombe MP and Philippe Lecorre, London Correspondent for La Tribune

12 May 2002

  • Rt Hon Steven Byers MP, Transport Secretary
  • Rt Hon Peter Hain MP, Europe Minister - DTL from Cardiff
  • Shimon Peres, Israeli Foreign Minister - DTL from Rome
  • George Mitchell, US Peace Envoy - Pre-record from NY
  • John Armitt, Chief Executive Railtrack, DTL Potter's Bar
  • David Seaman - DTL from Arsenal Stadium
  • Newspaper review - Piers Morgan Editor The Mirror, Mary Riddell Columnist for The Observer, Steve Norris Vice-Chairman Conservative Party

19 May 2002

  • Rt Hon Geoff Hoon MP, Secretary of State for Defence
  • Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke MP, d-t-l Nottingham
  • Sir Gafield Sobers
  • Rory Bremner - sketch
  • Newspaper review - Rt Hon Mo Mowlam and Tony Hall

26 May 2002

  • Simon Hughes MP, Liberal Democrat spokesman for Home Affairs
  • Michael Ancram QC MP, Shadow Foreign Affairs spokesman
  • Saeb Erekat, Palestinian negotiator - on the telephone from Tel Aviv
  • Mrs Benazzir Bhutto, former Prime Minister of Pakistan
  • Professors Eric Hobsbawm and Simon Schama, historians
  • Newspaper review - Eve Pollard and David Yelland (editor of The Sun)

02 June 2002

  • HRH the Duke of York (pre-record)
  • Archbishop of Canterbury (recorded tribute to the Queen)
  • Lord Sterling, chairman of the Queen's Golden Jubilee Weekend Trust
  • Lord Callaghan - live from Glyndebourne
  • David Davies - Executive Director of the Football Association - live from Japan re: World Cup
  • David Seaman - England goal-keeper (pre-record)
  • Will Young and Phil Collins - live from the gardens of Buckingham Palace
  • Lorna Dickinson - also live from the gardens of Buckingham Palace re: organisation of Party at the Palace
  • Newspaper review - Cristina Odone, Deputy Editor of the New Statesman and Robert Lacey - Queen's biographer

09 June 2002

  • Iain Duncan Smith MP, Leader of the Conservative Party
  • John Reid MP, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
  • Philip Bobbit, former director of Intelligencee at the National Security Council
  • Football: David Davies, Executive Director of the Football Association and Bobby Robson, former England Manager
  • Boxing: Frank Warren, former boxing promoter for Mike Tyson and Audley Harrison
  • Michael Portillo MP
  • Sir Bobby Robson and David Davies
  • Newspaper review - Carol Thatcher, Frank Dobson MP and Ray Shell

30 June 2002

  • John Prescott MP - Deputy Prime Minister
  • Oliver Letwin MP - Shadow Home Affairs spokesman
  • George Soros
  • Lord Owen
  • Virginia Wade
  • Newspaper review - Jane Moore, Gyles Brandreth and Trevor Phillips

07 July 2002

  • Senator George Mitchell, Peace Negotiator
  • Patricia Hewitt MP, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry
  • Rt Rev Richard Harries, Bishop of Oxford - live from York
  • Brandy Williams - mother of Venus and Serena - from Wimbledon
  • Colin Cramphorn, acting Chief Constable, PSNI - live from Belfast
  • Discussion with Pat Cash and Kevin Cahill, Chief Executive Sports Relief
  • Newspaper review - Allison Pearson and Lembit Opik, MP

14 July 2002

  • Alan Milburn MP, Health Secretary
  • Michael Howard MP, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • Charles Kennedy MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats
  • Allan Leighton, Chairman of Consignia
  • Newspaper review - Andrew Neil and Nichola McAuliffe

21 July 2002

  • David Trimble - UUP - Belfast
  • Derek Simpson - newly elected leader of Amicus
  • Rt Hon Tony Benn MP
  • Discussion: Roger Bootle (Capital Economics) and BBC correspondent Jeff Randall
  • Discussion: Athlete Kelly Holmes and Steve Parry
  • Rt Hon Michael Ancram - Shadow Foreign Secretary
  • Newspaper review - Actress Jenny Seagrove and Shadow House of Lords Leader Lord Strathclyde

28 July and 4 August - No Programme (Commonwealth Games)

11 August 2002

  • Menzies Campbell, MP, Liberal Democrat Foreign Affairs spokesman
  • David Hare, playwright
  • Danny Naveh, Israeli Minister without Portfolio
  • Stuart Kuttner, Managing Editor News of the World
  • Welshman Ncube, Secretary General of the Movement for Democratic Change
  • Naomi Raaff, victim of farm violence in Zimbabwe
  • Newspaper review - Actress Sheila Hancock and Robert Thomson, editor of The Times

18 August 2002

  • Hans Blitz, UN Weapons Inspector (pre-record from New York)
  • Frances Maude MP, on the telephone from Brighton
  • Sir Crispin Tickell, government adviser on the Environment
  • Dave Gorman, comedian
  • John Amaechi, basketball player
  • Newspaper review - Bob Marshall-Andrews QC, MP and Carole Stone

25 August 2002

  • Margaret Beckett, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  • John Gummer, Conservative MP for Suffolk, Former Secretary of State for Environment
  • Sir Jonathon Porritt, Chairman of The Sustainable Development Commission
  • Andy Trotter, Deputy Assistant Commissioner of Met Police
  • Shimon Peres, Israeli Foreign Minister
  • Raja Shehadeh, Palestinian lawyer, human rights activist and author
  • Kyle McLachlan, Hollywood actor
  • Newspaper review - Steven Norris Conservative candidate for London Mayor and Cristina Odone.

01 September 2002

  • Nitin Desai from Johannesburg
  • Richard Bowker, SRA
  • Michael Atherton
  • Ralph Nader on the Summit
  • Shirley Williams + Bill Morris + Tom Clarke on Iraq
  • Theresa May
  • Newspaper review - Miranda Sawyer + Ned Sherrin

08 September 2002

  • New York Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly
  • Full length Colin Powell interview
  • Rod Eddington, British Airways
  • Tam Dalyell MP
  • Rudi Guiliani
  • Stephen Evans
  • Baroness Emma Nicholson
  • Newspaper review - Michael Cockerell and Warren Hoge

15 September 2002

  • Sir Howard Davies, Chairman of the Financial Services Authority
  • Tony Banks, Former Sports minister and candidate for the Mayor of London
  • Ken Livingstone MP, Mayor of London
  • Jack Straw MP, foreign secretary
  • Sir John Mills, actor
  • Newspaper Reviewers - John Simpson + Baroness Helena Kennedy QC

29 September 2002

  • Prime Minister Tony Blair
  • Scott Ritter, former UN Weapons Inspector
  • Pre-recorded interview with actor Christopher Reeve
  • Rachel Sylvester, Daily Telegraph and Michael Brown, Independent
  • Conservative Party Leader, Iain Duncan-Smith
  • Roy Hattersley, down-the-line from Yorkshire
  • Mike Tomlinson, former Chief Inspector of Schools
  • Northern Ireland Secretary, John Reid MP
  • Newspaper review - Michael White, Political Editor of the Guardian and actress Nichola McAuliffe

13 October 2002

  • Michael Portillo MP
  • Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern
  • Martin McGuinness, Sinn Fein
  • David Trimble, Northern Ireland First Ministe
  • Michael Wilson, producer of James Bond films, and Miriam D'Abo former Bond girl re: 40th anniversary of first James Bond film "Dr No"
  • Newspaper review - Former Tory MP, journalist and broadcaster Matthew Parris and chief executive of Consumers Association Sheila McKechnie

20 October 2002

  • John Howard, Australian Prime Minister (live from Canberra)
  • Professor Robert Winston and Suzi Leather (re: gender selection)
  • Shadow Foreign Secretary Michael Ancram MP
  • Foreign Office Minister Baroness Amos, live from Bali
  • Newspaper review - Rory Bremner, Andrew Neil and Eve Pollard

27 October 2002

  • Robin Cook, MP, Leader of the House of Commons
  • Dr George Carey, The Archbishop of Canterbury
  • Chris Patten, EU Commissioner for External Affairs
  • His Excellency Grigory Karasin, Russian Ambassador
  • Sir Roderic Lyne, British Ambassador to Russia
  • Newspaper review - Sir Max Hastings and Mandy Telford (NUS President)

03 November 2002

  • Lord Tebbit
  • Max Mosley F1A President
  • Andrew Shaw (Paul Burrell's solicitor)
  • Richard Kay (Daily Mail journalist)
  • Colin Montgomerie (golfer)
  • Newspaper review - David Davies (FA) and Sandi Toksvig

10 November 2002

  • Iain Duncan Smith
  • David Blunkett
  • The Bishop of London (Chartres)
  • Tom Ridge
  • Newspaper review - David Mellor and Ann Leslie

17 November 2002

  • Sir Eddie George
  • John Prescott
  • Peter Harrison
  • Masja Juel (Miss Denmark)
  • Zaki Badawi
  • Peter Ogvonnaya
  • Newspaper review - Ken Follett and Joan Bakewell

24 November 2002

  • Charles Clarke MP
  • Mike Fordham (FBU)
  • Gunther Von Hagens
  • Dr Michael Wilks
  • John Monks
  • Digby Jones
  • John Mortimer
  • Newspaper review - Lucy Moore and Matthew Taylor

01 December 2002

  • Dr El Baradei
  • Stelios Haji-Ioannou
  • Jane Corbin
  • Lord Carlile
  • David Davis
  • Julia Morley
  • Beverley Malone
  • Newspaper review - Carol Thatcher and Charlie Whelan

08 December 2002

  • Rt Hon Jack Straw MP, Foreign Secretary (d-t-l Chevening)
  • John Simpson and Emma Nicholson MEP
  • Sir Steve Redgrave and Steve Rider
  • Newspaper review - Baroness Jay and Andrew Gowers

15 December 2002

  • Former President Bush - pre-record from Washington
  • Sven Goran Erikson and David Beckham - pre-record
  • Sir Elton John
  • Rory Bremner
  • Newspaper review - Anne Robinson and Andrew Neil



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