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3 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 14 March 2011

Nicky Campbell in London, and Shelagh Fogarty in Tokyo with all they day's news and sport.

Shelagh reports from Japan as the country comes to terms with the devastating earthquake and tsunami, and has the latest on fears of nuclear meltdown at Fukushima power station.

Britain's ambassadr to Japan David Waren tells Nicky in hour two what he's seen in the city of Sendai which has been devastated by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami

Elsewhere, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley defends the government's policy on binge drinking after several health groups pulled out of its health strategy. And Kenny Logan and Josh Lewsey reflect on a win for England over Scotland in Sunday's Calcutta Cup Six nations match.


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