29/04/2010

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Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty hear how the row over Gordon Brown calling a Labour voter a "bigoted woman" could affect tonight's final Prime Ministerial debate. Gillian Duffy's nephew Peter gives us an eye-witness account on the apology given by Mr Brown. And Home Secretary Alan Johnson admits the PM is not "slick" and is not "a PR machine on legs".

Frank Bruno is in the studio to talk about a new MIND campaign about mental health and F1 world champion Damon Hill, president of the British Racing Drivers' Club, tells us about the multi-million pound revamp of the Silverstone circuit.

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