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31/07/2010

Frances Finn stands in for Stephen Nolan.

Can it be right that prisoners like Ian Huntley can claim thousands in compensation for being attacked? We speak to prison expert Eric Allison and victims' rights campaigner Anne Oakes Odger.

Are firms taking advantage of the intern system to get work done for free? A report says it's time to start paying people for work experience - is it right? Or has doing work for no pay always been the way you pay your dues and convince employers of your worth?

Has David Cameron gone too far in his comments about Pakistan? Should he have been more measured in his language or is he right to speak his mind? He's being burned in effigy in Karachi, but was he just playing to the headlines in the Indian press?

And camping or "glamping"? Frances is definitely NOT a camper and can't understand why more and more of us are turning to holidays under canvas. And if we're settling into posh yurts or log cabins - does that qualify as camping at all?

Also we discuss Team GB's golden day at the European Athletic Championships with Olympic medallist Darren Campbell and speak to a young woman who talked a would-be armed robber out of stealing the contents of her till.... by asking him about Jesus.

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Sat 31 Jul 2010 22:00