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Nigel Wrench interviews Friday, 28 March, 2003, 22:31 GMT

Ellen MacArthur on Kingfisher Ellen MacArthur
In February she became the fastest and youngest woman to sail single-handed around the world.
Ian McEwan's Atonement Ian McEwan
He is the man who wrote what many critics regarded as the novel of the year, Atonement.
Royal Opera House Tony Hall
The Royal Opera House receives 21 million of public money every year, more than any other single arts institution. Isn't this a case of the public purse funding the elite?
Vegetables The Eyre brothers
Robert and David Eyre were part of the team that opened the first gastropub, The Eagle, 10 years ago.

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