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3 hours
First broadcast:
Thursday 17 December 2009

Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty speak to England's chief medical officer Sir Liam Donaldson about his guidelines for parents that give their children alcohol. Senior cabin crew member Tom Maguire discusses the collapse of the company he works for - the holiday firm Globespan.

Rage Against The Machine perform Killing In The Name and 6 Music presenter Shaun Keaveny discusses the BBC's first assessment of Led Zeppelin, released by the BBC archives today.

In sport, Chelsea leave it late to go top of the Premier League while Arsenal lose ground in the title race.


3 items
  • Led Zeppelin "unconvincing"?

    "English blues group longing to sound like Muddy Waters... for me it's unconvincing." That was the damning verdict in 1969 of an anonymous BBC music producer. 6 Music's Shaun Keaveny reacts.

  • The last of the Iraq enquiry before the New Year

    Yesterday the Archbishop of Caterbury said that Tony Blair's recent interviews have damaged the case for the war. Dr Peter Slowe was Blair's former economic policy advisor and agrees with the ex-PM.

  • Rage Against The Machine on Breakfast

    WARNING: CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE. The rockers from Los Angeles tell Nicky and Shelagh via satellite about their bid for Christmas number 1.

  • Rage Against The Machine perform Killing In The Name

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    WARNING: Performance contains language that may offend.


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