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Show Notes - 22nd December

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George South | 18:11 UK time, Saturday, 22 December 2007

The stories and interviewees covered in today's programme:


Worries over the security of data in the upcoming census - we spoke to Philip Redfern and director of the 2011 census at the Office for National Statistics - Glen Watson.


Comedian/musician Bill Bailey shared his favourite bookmarks.

Dr Blog

Chris Vallance updated us on the PM Listeners Map, and gazed into the crystal ball with predictions for 2008 from Jessica Greenwood of Contagious Magazine.


Aided and abetted by Radio 4's Peter Donaldson and Wikipedia - a beginners guide to some of the newest words on the web.

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