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PostSubject: émission BBC   Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:52 pm

(source: SAES) Les préparateurs et candidats trouveront à
http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/christianity/people/williamwilberforce_1.shtml
l'émission In Our Time: Wilberforce's life and legacy (42:51 mins) BBC Radio 4,
22 February 2007,

Unusually this week In Our Time leaves the studio to mark the bicentenary of the
Slave Trade Abolition Act. Melvyn Bragg will be exploring the life and legacy
of William Wilberforce, visiting his memorial statue in Westminster Abbey and
his birthplace in Hull and being shown the original copy of the Slave Trade
Abolition Act in the House of Lords.

Amongst others, he will be talking to Wilberforce's biographer, the Rt Hon
William Hague MP, historian Zoe Laidlaw from Royal Holloway, University of
London, historian Anne Stott of Birkbeck College, London, Vanessa Salter,
Keeper of Social History at the Wilberforce House Museum, Madge Dresser from
the University of the West of England, Alison Lewis, guide on the William
Wilberforce tour and the Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott.
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