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Sunday, 11 February, 2001, 11:43 GMT
4th February 2001
Sunday 4th February 2001 on BBC 1


On Breakfast with Frost today, Director General of the BBC, Greg Dyke, joined Sir David Frost for a review of his first year in charge. England Football Coach, Sven Goran Eriksson, spoke to Sir David about the task ahead of him and England's chances of qualifying for the next World Cup. Chairman of the Press Complaints Commission, Lord Wakeham gave a review of the Sunday papers and spoke about the invasion of privacy suffered by vaious celebrities, including Prince William. And former Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanhayu, spoke to Sir David from Jerusalem about the elections in two days time.

This week's transcripts:

Director General of the BBC, Greg Dyke.

England Football Coach, Sven Goran Eriksson

Chairman of The Press Complaints Commission, Lord Wakeham

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

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