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Programmes shown in 2000

The Observer - 10 December
"Much credit for bringing about this transformation in public understanding should go to BBC journalists David Rose and Gary Horne and their Panorama film In The Name Of The Children."

The Guardian - 4 December
"an extraordinary Panorama which carried the first television interview with a supergrass."

Sunday Mirror - 19 November
"Mariella Frostrup proved the jealous old hags' club wrong with a sparkling debut on Panorama."

Daily Telegraph - 18 November
"Against all expectations, it was a frequently fascinating programme which patrolled the cutting edge of television's trash future."

The Observer - 29 October
"Shelley Jofre fronts an impressive investigation into the rise in violence between children who, with their ever-increasing spending power, have become the group at most risk of attack."

The Independent on Sunday - 22 October
"An eye-opening report into the role that dirty tricks and smears still seem to play in a Presidential race"

The Observer - 15 October
"A good, old-fashioned exposť of the use of child labour by companies such as Gap and Nike. It's stark, compelling stuff, and I wish we had more television like it."

The Independent - 17 October
"Who Bombed Omagh had all the ingredients of the best in TV investigation: a worthwhile target, confrontation, stunning evidence and inside sources."

The Guardian - 11 October
"The programme reminded us, if we needed reminding, of the enormous evil that took place in Omagh two years ago. There should be no hiding place for the men who perpetrated that evil. If Panorama helps flush out the evidence to convict them, it will have done some real good. "

Daily Star - 11 October
"It was a stunningly brave investigation into who might have been responsible for the greatest single act of murder I can remember in my lifetime."

Belfast Telegraph - 10 October
"A model of investigative journalism."

The Observer - 1 October
"The devastating story of what the west will do to get drugs off the streets."

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