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Sunday, 18 March, 2001, 11:03 GMT
11th March 2001
Sunday 11th March 2001 on BBC 1


This morning Sir David Frost spoke to the new Northern Ireland Secretary, Dr John Reid MP, six weeks into the new job after the resignation of Peter Mandelson.

Deputy First Minister, Northern Ireland, Seamus Mallon MP joined Sir David Frost to talk about the future of Northern Ireland and the peace process.

Agriculture Minister, Nick Brown MP, joined Sir David Frost again this week to talk about the ongoing foot and mouth outbreak across the UK.

With Comic Relief happening later this week, Comedian Griff Rhys Jones spoke to Sir David Frost about his latest fund raising projects and his work for charity.

Just one day before Commonwealth Day (on Monday, March 12th), Shadow Foreign Secretary, Francis Maude MP, joined Sir David Frost to discuss the wider implications of yet another murder of a white farmer in Zimbabwe. He also took the opportunity to call for the resignation of the Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook, who has been accused in a Sunday newspaper of misleading Parliament.

Reviewing the Sunday Newspapers today were broadcaster Mariella Frostrup and writer and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth.

This week's transcripts:

Comedian Griff Rhys Jones

Northern Ireland Secretary, Dr John Reid MP

Agriculture Minister, Nick Brown MP

Shadow Foreign Secretary, Francis Maude MP

Deputy First Minister, Northern Ireland, Seamus Mallon MP

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