World at One: BBC Radio 4 News

World at One: BBC Radio 4 News

Forty five minutes of news, analysis and comment with Martha Kearney and Shaun Ley

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  • Trojan Horse probe headed by ex-Met chief Peter Clarke

    Tue, 15 Apr 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

    Available:
    6 days remaining

    The man who used to be in charge of counter terrorism at Scotland Yard is to lead the investigation into allegations of a Muslim takeover of Birmingham schools. But the appointment has been criticised by the Chief Constable of West Midlands Police, Chris Sims. One of the city's MPs Liam Byrne and the City's Council Leader, Sir Albert Bore, give their reaction. The Defence Secretary has weighed into the Scottish independence debate with warnings about jobs and security. Ukrainian tanks and troops have been mobilised in the east of the country and we'll return to a farmer to see how his fortune has changed since the cold winter of 2013.

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  • Muslim schools investigation.

    Mon, 14 Apr 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

    Available:
    5 days remaining

    Investigation widened into suspected Muslim takeover of schools; pro-Russians occupy Ukranian government buildings; late opening for GPs.

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  • Seamus Daly appears in court

    Fri, 11 Apr 14

    Duration:
    45 mins

    Available:
    2 days remaining

    Seamus Daly has appeared in court charged with murdering 29 people killed in the Omagh bombing. We hear from the Panorama reporter who first named him in connection with the attack. Cycling coach Sir Dave Brailsford has quit. The chief of executive of British Cycling tells us why he'll be missed. And the producer of a new film starring Meryl Streep on how suffragettes have finally been granted access to Westminster.

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  • UK coal mines close

    Thu, 10 Apr 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

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    Two out of the last three deep-pit coal mines in the UK are set to close; Report says only three police forces in England and Wales have a comprehensive plan for tackling cyber crime; And poetry from the heart of the NHS.

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  • Miller Resignation

    Wed, 9 Apr 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

    Available:
    23 hours remaining

    The Culture Secretary , Maria Miller has been giving her reasons for her decision to resign from the Cabinet. We hear from her. The issue dominated Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons. We get reaction from Maria Miller's constituents, speak to a panel of senior MPs and -- in an exclusive interview -- I'll ask the chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life whether it's time to end MPs marking their own homework. And In South Africa, Oscar Pistorius has been confronted in court with a photo of his girlfriend's head wounds. He refused to look at it. We have a report from Pretoria.

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