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199D01Good Education Is Selective Education.1999122220000108Diana Madill returns with a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day.
1: `Good education is selective education.' This week from Trafford in south Manchester, where parents and professionals face each other to argue their case.
199D02More Prosperity In The South East Means More Housing.1999122920000115Diana Madill presents four debates about important issues of the day.
2: `More prosperity in the South East means more housing.' Proposals for housing in the South East could see development on the scale of six towns the size of Southampton in the next 16 years.
Should growth be allowed to continue unchecked in the region? Residents, house builders, planners and residents from Ashford in Kent thrash it out.
199D03 2000010520000122Diana Madill presents four debates about important issues of the day.
3: In Newcastle, those in favour of a separate tier of regional government propose that devolution is the best way to get jobs into the North East.
200A01Good Education Is Selective Education.2000010520000122Diana Madill returns with a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day.
1: `Good education is selective education.' This week from Trafford in south Manchester, where parents and professionals face each other to argue their case.
200A02More Prosperity In The South East Means More Housing.2000011220000129Diana Madill presents four debates about important issues of the day.
2: `More prosperity in the South East means more housing.' Proposals for housing in the South East could see development on the scale of six towns the size of Southampton in the next 16 years.
Should growth be allowed to continue unchecked in the region? Residents, house builders, planners and residents from Ashford in Kent thrash it out.
200A03 2000011920000205Diana Madill presents four debates about important issues of the day.
3: In Newcastle, those in favour of a separate tier of regional government propose that devolution is the best way to get jobs into the North East.
200C01Joining The Euro Would Be Bad For British Industry.2000072620000812Diana Madill returns with a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day.
1: `Joining the euro would be bad for British industry.' This week she leaves behind the political spin of Westminster and takes the debate about the single currency to the people of Coventry.
200C01Joining The Euro Would Be Bad For British Industry.2000080920000826Diana Madill returns with a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day.
1: `Joining the euro would be bad for British industry.' This week she ignores the political spin of Westminster and takes the debate about the single currency to the people of Coventry.
200C02Waste Incineration And Recycling Can Work Together.2000080220000819Diana Madill presents a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day.
2: `Waste incineration and recycling can work together.' This week she is in Wrexham, north-east Wales, which has one of the lowest recycling rates in the country and is planning to build an incinerator to cope with the growing waste mountain.
200C02Waste Incineration And Recycling Can Work Together.2000081620000902Diana Madill presents a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day.
2: `Waste incineration and recycling can work together.' This week she is in Wrexham, north-east Wales, which has one of the lowest recycling rates in the country and is planning to build an incinerator to cope with the growing waste mountain.
200C03Is Charging For Services In The Nhs Inevitable?2000080920000826Diana Madill presents a series of debates about topical issues.
3: `Is charging for services in the NHS inevitable?' This week, she asks how more revenue can be raised for the NHS.
 03Is Charging For Services In The Nhs Inevitable?2000082320000909This week she asks how we can raise more revenue for the NHS.
 03 LASTWe Have Become A Society Where Illegal Drugs Are Accepted1999011319990130Diana Madill presents the last in a three-part series of lively debates about the major issues of the day.
This week, speakers in Weston-super-Mare discuss the proposition: `We have become a society where illegal drugs are accepted'.
 04The Uk Needs More Imigration2000083020000916Diana Madill concludes a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day.
`The UK needs more imigration'.
This week, Diana Madill is in Birmingham to tackle the issue of immigration.
With government policy changing to allow more skilled workers and entrepreneurs into the UK, is this the best way to tackle the country's skills shortage?
 04The Uk Needs More Immigration2000081620000902Diana Madill presents a series of debates about topical issues.
4: `The UK needs more immigration'.
As more skilled workers are let into the country, is this the best way to tackle the nation's skills shortage?
  Supermarkets Have More Power Than Is Good For You.1998121619990102Diana Madill presents the first in a series of lively debates about the major issues of the day.
`Supermarkets have more power than is good for you.' Fruit grower Mark Giles and butcher Graham Hurley slug it out with Tony Combes from Safeways and economist Sean Rickard in front of an audience at Leominster, Worcestershire.
  The Asylum System Is Too Great A Burden On The Host Country1998122319990109Diana Madill presents the second in a series of lively debates about the major issues of the day.
Proposition: `The asylum system is too great a burden on the host country'.
From Haringey Civic Centre, North London.
  Supermarkets Have More Power Than Is Good For You.1998123019990116Diana Madill presents the first in a series of lively debates about the major issues of the day.
`Supermarkets have more power than is good for you.' Fruit grower Mark Giles and butcher Graham Hurley slug it out with Tony Combes from Safeways and economist Sean Rickard in front of an audience at Leominster, Worcestershire.
  We Have Become A Society Where Illegal Drugs Are Accepted1998123019990116Diana Madill presents the last in a three-part series of lively debates about the major issues of the day.
This week, speakers in Weston-super-Mare discuss the proposition: `We have become a society where illegal drugs are accepted'.
  The Asylum System Is Too Great A Burden On The Host Country1999010619990123Diana Madill presents a series which lets you have your say on the current hot topics of the day.
/ Diana Madill presents the second in a series of lively debates about the major issues of the day.
Proposition: `The asylum system is too great a burden on the host country'.
From Haringey Civic Centre, North London.
   1999012019990206Diana Madill presents a series which lets you have your say on the current hot topics of the day.
   20000129 Diana Madill presents four debates about important issues of the day.
From London, she chairs the final programme in the current series, in which an international audience debates whether charity creates dependency.
Would the helpless and the needy be better off with an approach which requires them to help themselves?

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