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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  • Pistorius jailed for five years for killing girlfriend

    Tue, 21 Oct 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

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    Athlete could get parole after 10 months; Danczuk says chair of abuse inquiry should stand down; Prisons Inspector says jails much less safe.

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  • On Wato

    Mon, 20 Oct 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

    Available:
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    As Nigeria is declared officially free from ebola, the head of the African Union urges the international community to increase aid to the worst affected countries. We ask the Energy Secretary - and his Shadow - how they'll stop price comparison sites misleading consumers. Plus actor Robert Hardy pays tribute to Linda Bellingham who's died of cancer. And we find out why learning a poem every day could stave off old age.

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  • On Wato

    Fri, 17 Oct 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

    Available:
    3 days remaining

    Conservative MPs threaten rebellion over the controversial European arrest warrant; As a Royal Navy medical ship sails for Sierra Leone, we assess the response from the international community to the Ebola crisis; And we find out more about the latest spectator sport .....Video games.

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  • Cameron moves closer to EU immigration limits

    Thu, 16 Oct 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

    Available:
    2 days remaining

    Chris Mason reports from the Rochester and Strood by-election, where the Prime Minister told the press that he was going to try one last time to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the EU, a significant ramping-up of the rhetoric. Is this coincidental, or has David Cameron moved closer to UKIP since his early attempts to 'detoxify' the Tory brand? In the wake of the Weselfare Minister's suggestion that not all disabled people may be 'worth' the minimum wage, we speak to a man who has not worked since Remploy closed its factory in Wales over a year ago. And the novelist, Aminatta Forna, who was brought up in Sierra Leone, tells us how Ebola is affected not just the sufferers, but everybody in the country.

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  • Lord Freud disability comments

    Wed, 15 Oct 14

    Duration:
    46 mins

    Available:
    1 day remaining

    Labour calls for the Welfare Reform minister, Lord Freud, to resign after he was recorded suggesting that some disabled people were "not worth" the minimum wage - Dan Scorer from Mencap tells us he should consider his position; Our weekly panel of MPs discuss the fall in unemployment to under two million, the lowest level for six years.

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