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Panorama


Panoroma looks at issues affecting the British public and the rest of the world.

Since December 2010, the show has had no fixed presenter, although Jeremy Vine still presents alot of the episodes, BBC News reporters and outside journalists have also presented.

Previous presenters were Max Robertson, Richard Dimbleby, Robin Day, David Dimbleby and Robert Kee.
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Next: 62x36 -- To Walk Again (Oct/21/2014) [Special Airtime: 10:35 pm]


Following the story of a man who was left paralysed, who can now walk again thanks to a pioneering transplant which has used regenerative cells normally used for repairing and renewing the sense of smell.


Prev: 62x35 -- Inside the Taliban (Oct/20/2014)


With the withdrawal from Afghanistan of most American, British and other NATO forces just around the corner, the show has gained unique access inside a Taliban stronghold just 60 miles from the capital Kabul.

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Cast
Jeremy VineJeremy Vine
As Himself (Presenter 2007-2010)
Robert KeeRobert Kee
As Himself (Presenter 1982-2010)
David DimblebyDavid Dimbleby
As Himself (Presenter 1974-2010)
Robin DayRobin Day
As Himself (Presenter 1966-2000)
Richard DimblebyRichard Dimbleby
As Himself (Presenter 1955-1965)
Max RobertsonMax Robertson
As Himself (Presenter 1953-1954)
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Recurring Guests

Jane Corbin as Reporter (2 eps)
Hilary Andersson as Reporter (2 eps)
John Sweeney (2) as Reporter (2 eps)

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Warning: Panorama guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Family
Status: Returning Series
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Mondays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: November 11, 1953
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