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Will Hutton: Editor, The Observer, a major newspaper in London. Adrian Woolridge: Los Angeles bureau chief, The Economist. Angus McKay: Retired professor of psychology; former editor (for ten years) of the Journal of Alcohol, Drugs, and Driving; associate editor of the journal Accident Analysis & Prevention; later this month, Doctor Moskowitz is going to France to receive an award from the International Council on Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety. Vice consul, British Consulate General, Los AngelesHerbert Moskowitz, Ph.D: Retired professor of psychology; former editor (for ten years) of the Journal of Alcohol, Drugs, and Driving; associate editor of the journal Accident Analysis & Prevention; later this month, Doctor Moskowitz is going to France to receive an award from the International Council on Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety. George Clooney: Actor Michelle Stevenson: Director of photography, Time Magazine. Tom Hayden: State Senator (D-23, Santa Monica, etc.) who wants to propose legislation protecting subjects from so called paparazzi photographers. James Lull: Professor of communications studies at San Jose State University and co-editor of Media Scandals to be published in October by Columbia University Press; he wrote an op-ed in yesterday's Los Angeles Times headlined 'Visibility Keeps the Influential Accountable.' Striker McGuire: London bureau chief, Newsweek Magazine. Michael Leaveck: Associate director of the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation, one of the first groups to lobby for a world-wide ban on anti-personnel land mines.

topic: Report from London

Producers:
Frances Anderton

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