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Presented by Winifred Robinson and Liz Barclay.


A government-sponsored report out today may halt the progress of biofuels. With Clare Wenner, Head of Transport Biofuels, Renewable Energy Association.

Strathclyde Police has set up a dedicated Violence Reduction Unit. With Detective Chief Superintendent John Carnochan.

The Criminal Records Bureau answers criticism that checks are alienating potential volunteers. With CRB Chief Executive Vince Gaskell, and Dame Elizabeth Hoodluss, Community Service Volunteers Executive Director.

A gangmaster stripped of his licence gives up the fight to clear his name.

Lunch: A history of the midday meal since the 1800s.

Changes to the Freeview signal in Scotland mean that some set-top boxes used to receive digital TV through an aerial are no longer good enough and viewers will have to replace them to continue to get the service. With Freeview's Rob Farmer.

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