09/04/2010

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Talk Talk tells us why they'll refuse to disconnect customers who are accused of downloading films or music illegally.

Plus why are police interested in a national newspaper advert which offered top wines for sale from bankrupt restaurants? And find out how the experts are explaining a sharp rise in the number of people reported to have got food poisoning after eating oysters.

And up-and-coming bands are complaining they can't get the funds to go on tour, but should we really expect banks to help them out? Peter White talks to the co-manager of Radiohead and Chairman of the Music Manager's Forum, Brian Message.

Also more on the lawsuit planned against the partners of E-Clear - the payment processing company blamed for bringing down Scotland's biggest airline.

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53 minutes

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Fri 9 Apr 2010 12:04
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