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 The Jonathan Dimbleby programme, ITV's most popular political programme, is
broadcast every Sunday on ITV. The programme covers topics dominating the
news agenda with a combination of in-depth interviewing and audience

We are looking for audience members with an interest in current affairs and
who would like the opportunity to question a leading politician, to put
their thoughts forward, or listen to a lively debate.
                Our next programme is on Sunday 8th December.

This weekend Saddam Hussein must declare if has weapons of mass destruction.
In our programme we ask whether this will avert or hasten war with Iraq, and
get the reactions of the leading protagonists in this time of high
international tension.   We will also look at the success or otherwise of
the weapons inspections currently taken place in Iraq, and whether we should
be looking to topple Saddam, come what may.

The programme is likely to be recorded at lunchtime at
London Studios, Upper Ground, London SE1 9LT
(5 minutes from Waterloo Station, on the South Bank)

If you are interested in joining the studio audience, or for further
information, please contact Katherine Bovey 020 7261 3784, by fax on 020
7928 5948,
or e-mail

Entry is by ticket only and audience members must be 16 years or over.

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