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1 hour
First broadcast:
Sunday 06 September 2009

Stephen Nolan talks to the doctor whose prognosis helped secure the release of the Lockerbie bomber, Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi.

  • On the programme

    Should the government press Libya to compensate the victims of IRA violence? Libya supplied the terrorists with explosives - but ministers have said it's not appropriate to pursue compensation claims with Colonel Gaddafi. It's the latest fallout from the release of the Locherbie bomber. Have your say.

    Do you think the BNP should be invited onto TV debate shows such as Question Time? Would that be good for freedom of speech or do you think the party doesn't deserve to have such a platform for its policies?

    There's more speculation that Sir Terry Wogan may be leaving Radio 2 - to be replaced by Chris Evans. Who do you think could step into the shoes of a broadcasting legend?

    And Stephen will be talking to a man who built up a property empire of 700 houses - then sold the lot.


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