BH: With Paddy O'Connell 14th April 2013 April 14, 2013

from Broadcasting House·

On the programme today we seek mediation between two polarised opinions of the legacy of the late Prime Minister, Baroness Thatcher. Our Moscow correspondent, Steve Rosenburg, sings his way through the history of the city's Metro. After the London School of Economics has called for his programme about North Korea to be pulled alleging that he endangered students by posing as an academic to gain access, John Sweeney gives us his side of the story. A British Veteran of the Korean War reminisces about the conflict and the Sunday papers are reviewed by Lord West, Charlotte Vere and Bim Adewunmi.



On the programme today we seek mediation between two polarised opinions of the legacy of the late Prime Minister, Baroness Thatcher. Our Moscow correspondent, Steve Rosenburg, sings his way through the history of the city's Metro. After the London School of Economics has called for his programme about North Korea to be pulled alleging that he endangered students by posing as an academic to gain access, John Sweeney gives us his side of the story. A British Veteran of the Korean War reminisces about the conflict and the Sunday papers are reviewed by Lord West, Charlotte Vere and Bim Adewunmi.