Monthly Archives: October 2006

Transcript of the BBC HardTalk Interview

Stephen Sackur (SS) – President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe is in his 80’s, his country is in economic collapse and his ruling party is divided over his succession and yet Zimbabwe’s main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change, seems preoccupied with internal battles. My guest today, in Johannesburg, is a senior member of the […]

Hardtalk interview available for viewing online

I’ve had many emails saying that some people have been unable to find the Hardtalk interview on the BBC website or that you were unable to watch it online. I can confirm that it is now available for viewing online via the BBC at a page titled ‘Zimbabwe after Mugabe’. This is the link: […]

Interview on BBC Hardtalk to be aired Thursday, 12 October

The BBC have apologized for the non-screening of the scheduled interview on 9 October 2006. Please be advised that the Hardtalk interview will now be screened on Thursday, 12 October 2006 at 5.30, 10.30, 16.30 and 20.30 Central African time. Please can viewers outside Zimbabwe doublecheck the times for their region by visiting the BBC […]