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24/11/2017
BBC Radio 5 live

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    1. Next week on BBC Radio 5 live we’re travelling to five Eurozone countries in five days, reporting on the state of the European economy. There have been recent good news headlines saying the economy is growing, but I want to know whether this change is real. Is it benefiting the public - not just companies, markets and governments?

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    2. What's eating Luis Suarez - a look at the career of Liverpool's controversial striker.

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    3. Former Culture Secretary Maria Miller has told the programme sexting is an ‘epidemic’ which is on the increase and is spreading to primary schools. “It’s now frankly something that children accept as part of their everyday life right from primary school age and all the research shows it’s a growing trend,”  said Mrs Miller.

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    4. At the centre of 5 live's election coverage is an ambitious plan to host 20 programmes across 20 weekdays in 20 of the key marginal seats around the UK.

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    5. The golden summer might be over, but there is at least one major sporting event to keep everyone glued to their radios. It's the Ryder Cup this week and 5 live will be there every step of the way. We're at the Medinah Country Club, about 50 minutes west of Chicago for the 39th edition of golf'...

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    6. For the 20th birthday of 5 live we’ve brought together people whose lives have been changed in some way because of something they participated in via the network or because of something they heard on the station. Sometimes we forget how much radio can simply be a friend in the corner of the room.

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    7. Alison Mitchell on speaking to Andy Flower about his 2003 protest against the government of Zimbabwe.

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    8. How you can follow the 2015 Cricket World Cup across the BBC.

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    9. John Murray discusses covering the Oxford/Cambridge Boat Race.

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    10. Chris Warburton presents a space flight special. Pilots tell us what it takes to become an astronaut, we look at the commercial space flights programme starting in 2014, the emerging space programmes in China and India and future plans for the exploration and colonisation of space.

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    11. 5 live's new cycling show Bespoke with Colin Murray

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    12. Everyone involved with the BBC’s coverage of the Women’s Euros is hugely looking forward to it. Never before have we covered an England tournament in its entirety – and on so many platforms.

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    13. Eleanor Oldroyd on the future for school sport

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    14. 5 live's Jonathan Overend looks ahead to what could be an emotional week at Wimbledon.

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    15. Colin Paterson recalls attempts to catch Bono's attention at the 2014 Academy Awards.

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    16. John Pienaar describes what listenrs can look forward to in the new series of Pienaar's Politics.

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    17. Mark Pougatch looks back at the 1993 Grand National.

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    18. 5 live's James Shaw on the approach of the Scottish independence referendum.

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    19. The future of the England football team

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    20. 5 live's Ciaran Tracey spent eight weeks exploring the world of white collar fighting.

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