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11/08/2010

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 11 August 2010

Jeremy discusses Naomi Campbell's evidence at the trial of ex-Liberia President Charles Taylor, we look at the Government's plans to scale back on building playgrounds, we talk about junior doctors' hours being cut, and finally we discuss the theft of drain covers.

Music Played

12 items
  • Image for Haircut One Hundred

    Haircut One Hundred Fantastic Day

    Fantastic 80's Disc 1 (Various Artis, Columbia

  • Image for Sheryl Crow

    Sheryl Crow Summer Day

    (CD Single), A&M, 1

  • Image for The Animals

    The Animals House Of The Rising Sun

    The Hits Of 1964 (Various Artists), MFP

  • Image for Biffy Clyro

    Biffy Clyro God & Satan

    (CD Single), 14th Floor Records, 1

  • Image for Madonna

    Madonna Ray Of Light

    Madonna - Greatest Hits Volume 2, Maverick, 10

  • Image for The Stranglers

    The Stranglers Golden Brown

    Fantastic 80's Disc 2 (Various Artis, Columbia

  • Image for Paul McCartney

    Paul McCartney and Wings Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five

    The Best Album Tracks ...Ever! (Various Artists), Virgin, 9

  • Image for I Am Arrows

    I Am Arrows Green Grass

    (CD Single), Mercury, 1

  • Image for Fiction Factory

    Fiction Factory (Feels Like) Heaven

    Fantastic 80's - 3 (Various Artists), Sony Tv/Columbia

  • Image for Peter Frampton

    Peter Frampton Show Me The Way

    And The Road Goes On Forever Vol 1, Debutante

  • Image for Danny Wilson

    Danny Wilson The Second Summer Of Love

    The No.1 Summer Album (Various), Polygram Tv

  • Image for Scouting for Girls

    Scouting for Girls Little Miss Naughty

    Everybody Wants To Be On TV

  • Naomi Campbell

    Naomi Campbell

    Naomi Campbell says she had "nothing to gain" from lying at the war crimes trial of former Liberian president, Charles Taylor.

    Contributor:

    Richard Dowden, Director of the Royal African Society

    Find out more here.
  • Playgrounds

    Playgrounds

    Hundreds of community playground schemes in England are being axed or scaled back because of government cuts.

    Contributors:

    Vicky Young, political correspondent

    Emma Kane, mum who tried to get a better playground for her village in Oxfordshire

    Lloyd Forster, who campaigned against a playground near his house in Wisbech.

    Find out more here.
  • Jnr Doctors

    Jnr Doctors

    We discuss the row over junior doctors' hours - is a shorter working week actually putting patients at risk?

    Contributor:

    Professor Michael Horrocks, president of the Association of Surgeons.

    Tom Dolphin, vice chair of BMA junior doctors committee

  • Drain Covers

    Drain Covers

    And one hundred drain covers have been stolen in Milton Keynes in the last three weeks by scrap metal thieves.

    Contributors:

    Councillor Vanessa McPake, Milton Keynes Council's Cabinet Member for Highways.

    Ian Hetherington - the Director General of the British Metals Recycling Association.

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