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First broadcast:
Friday 30 April 2010

Nicky Campbell broadcasts from the Centenary Lounge cafe in Moor Street Station, Birmingham. He gets reaction to the last of three Prime Ministerial Debates from George Osborne, Lord Ashdown and Douglas Alexander.

Rachel Burden is in the 5 live studio with the latest on the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico. Reports say oil is now coming ashore in Louisiana.

We talk to Liverpool and Fulham fans after contrasting results in the Europa League. Fulham are into the final, Liverpool are knocked out by Atletico Madrid.

Our football correspondent Ian Dennis says he will bare his backside in Harrods if Roy Hodgson doesn't get the Manager of the Year award.

And, One show reporter Dom Littlewood talks to us about the final appearance on the show of Adrian Chiles.


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