Crime writer Peter James and World Cup jukebox jury

With Mark Lawson.

Crime writer Peter James discusses his new novel Dead Like You, the latest in his Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series.

The World Cup edition of Front Row's Juke Box Jury, invites comedienne Natalie Haynes and sports columnist Jim White to turn pop panelists, as they review a selection of records being released to tie in with this year's World Cup.

This week sees the opening of five new Galleries of Modern London at the Museum of London, which will focus on the lives of the city's population from 1666 to the present day. Historian Juliet Gardiner gives her response to the £20m makeover.

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