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2 hours
First broadcast:
Friday 17 September 2010

Jeremy discusses aggressive atheism during the Pope's visit to the UK, we also look at excess packaging on some of Sainsbury's products, we talk about online reviews and finally we discuss the rise of acronyms.

Music Played

11 items
  • Image for Coldplay

    Coldplay Clocks

    (CD Single), Parlophone

  • Image for Maroon 5

    Maroon 5 Misery

    (CD Single), A&M, 1

  • Image for Mott the Hoople

    Mott the Hoople Roll Away The Stone

    Mott The Hoople - Greatest Hits, CBS

  • Image for Eurythmics

    Eurythmics Who's That Girl?

    Greatest Hits, RCA

  • Image for Seal

    Seal Secret

    (CD Single), Reprise, 1

  • Image for R E M

    R E M Losing My Religion

    R.E.M. - Out Of Time, Warner Bros

  • Image for The Clash

    The Clash Rock The Casbah

    The Singles, Epic

  • Image for Bee Gees

    Bee Gees You Should Be Dancing

    Bee Gees - Their Greatest Hits, Polydor

  • Image for Goldfrapp

    Goldfrapp Believer

    (CD Single), Mute, 1

  • Image for The Four Seasons

    The Four Seasons December '63 (Oh What A Night)

    The Very Best Of, Polygram Tv, 11

  • Image for The Monkees

    The Monkees Pleasant Valley Sunday

    The Definitive Monkees, Warner Strategic Market, 1

  • Pope's Visit

    Pope's Visit

    As the Pope visits London to give a speech in Parliament on religion in the public square, we discuss whether aggressive atheism is making you embarrassed about your faith.

    Find out more here.
  • Excess Packaging

    Excess Packaging

    Sainsbury's is taken to court by trading standards officers who say the packaging on a joint of beef is damaging the environment.

  • Online Reviews

    Online Reviews

    A group of hoteliers is preparing to take legal action against the review website TripAdvisor over comments that they claim are defamatory and unfair.

  • OMG!


    And OMG - is the rise of the three letter acronym a cause for celebration or despair?


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