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2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 01 February 2010

Jeremy discusses assisted suicide, whether John Terry should keep the captaincy of the England football team, selective mutism and smoking outside entrances of buildings.

Music Played

10 items
  • Image for The Boo Radleys

    The Boo Radleys Wake Up Boo!

    Various Artists - Untitled, Global Records & Tapes

  • Image for Hot Chocolate

    Hot Chocolate So You Win Again

    The Gold Album (Various Artists), The Hit Label Ltd

  • Image for The Rolling Stones

    The Rolling Stones Angie

    The Rolling Stones - Forty Licks, Abkco, 2

  • Image for Will Young

    Will Young Leave Right Now

    (CD Single), BMG/19

  • Image for Owl City

    Owl City Fireflies

    (CD Single), Island Records, 1

  • Image for OneRepublic

    OneRepublic All The Right Moves

    (CD Single), Mosley Music/Interscope Records, 1

  • Image for Duran Duran

    Duran Duran My Own Way

    Duran Duran - The Singles 81-85, EMI

  • Image for Electronic

    Electronic Getting Away With It...

    (CD Single), Factory Records

  • Image for The Coral

    The Coral Pass It On

    (CD Single), Deltasonic

  • Image for Diana Ross

    Diana Ross and The Supremes Love Child

    Diana Ross & The Supremes - 40 Motown, Polygram Tv



    In various polls, there seems to be growing support for assisted suicide. We hear the case against.

    Find out more here


    Following revelations about his private life, should John Terry remain captain of the England football team?

    Find out more here


    Our health special examines selective mutism where children can only speak to certain people.



    The Government wants to halve the number of smokers. They are looking at banning smoking outside the entrances of buildings.

    Find out more here


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