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13/06/2008

Presented by Winifred Robinson and Liz Barclay.

Companies that run online sites for individuals to undertake fundraising activities such as a sponsored walk, charge a percentage on the amount raised. Some say the charge should be capped. Anne Marie Hube from Justgiving.com, which charges a five percent fee, responds.

Pre-teen magazines are the biggest growth sector of the magazine market - but is the content the equivalent of junk food? We speak to Shirley Hughes, children's writer and illustrator; Dr Melanie Gibson from the University of Northumbria and Toni Round, managing director of youth and children's magazines at BBC Worldwide.

Plus do churches have a role to play in developing a sense of community for large housing developments?

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57 minutes

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Fri 13 Jun 2008 12:04

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