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This week, Justin Webb explains why he wants to toughen up his act. But listeners say please don't as they rather enjoyed it when The Today programme was taken off the air by the recent national Union of Journalists' strike. It was replaced by gentler programmes including an audio essay about The Wash.
The novelist Joanna Trollope makes a plea for more adventurous drama on BBC Radio.
And should the BBC make people in the rest of the world pay for listening to its domestic services? Roger Bolton finds out if it's even possible.
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