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10/06/2010

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Thursday 10 June 2010

News and sport with Phil Williams, Shelagh Fogarty and Nicky Campbell in Johannesburg.

The self-styled "Crossbow Cannibal" Stephen Griffiths has tried to kill himself in jail, reports say.

Hazel Blears and Tessa Jowell discuss the prospect of Diane Abbot becoming the next leader of Labour party.

Boris Johnson is to feature on a dance record - the anonymous DJ behind it, a friend of Fatboy Slim, is in the studio.

As the World Cup opener approaches, Nicky describes bumping into ex Uefa boss Lennart Johanssen in the street.

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