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Should the White House release a photo of Osama Bin Laden?

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 04 May 2011

Jeremy discusses tomorrow's voting referendum with Armando Iannucci and Peter Stringfellow, the unlawful killing of Ian Tomlinson, Osama Bin Laden and the Festival of Britain.

Music Played

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  • Image for Elton John

    Elton John I'm Still Standing

    Elton John Greatest Hits 1970-2002, Mercury

  • Image for Train

    Train Marry Me

    Save Me, San Francisco, Columbia, 1

  • Image for Kate Bush

    Kate Bush Hounds Of Love

    Kate Bush - Hounds Of Love, EMI

  • Image for Daryl Hall

    Daryl Hall and John Oates I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)

    Duets - 36 Of The World's Greatest Ever, Telstar

  • Image for Caro Emerald

    Caro Emerald A Night Like This

    (CD Single), Dramatico, 1

  • Image for Bob Marley

    Bob Marley and The Wailers Iron Lion Zion

    (CD Single), Tuff Gong

  • Image for David Bowie

    David Bowie Sorrow

    David Bowie - Best Of Bowie, EMI

  • Image for Noah and the Whale

    Noah and the Whale Tonight's The Kind Of Night

    (CD Single), Mercury, 1

  • Image for Gilbert O'Sullivan

    Gilbert O'Sullivan Alone Again (Naturally)

    Gilbert O'Sullivan -Nothing But The B, Park Records, 2

  • Image for Brooke Fraser

    Brooke Fraser Something In The Water

    Flags, Wood & Done, 1

  • Voting Referendum

    Voting Referendum

    Tomorrow, there's a referendum on whether to change the voting system, from first past the post to AV.

    Armano Ianucci tells us why he's voting for change.

    Peter Stringfellow says he's sticking with first past the post.

    Jeremy talks to Armano Ianucci; comedian, satirist and writer, Peter Stringfellow; owner of Stringfellows club in London, Bob Crow; General Secretary of the RMT Union and Mehdi Hasan; Senior Editor of New Statesman.

    Find out more on BBC news online
  • Ian Tomlinson

    Ian Tomlinson

    The inquest into the death of Ian Tomlinson delivered a verdict of unlawful killing.

    Should the police officer concerned now be prosecuted?

    Jeremy talks to Roger Gray; Former Member of the Metropolitan Police firearms unit, Emily James; Director of Just Do It and Guy Smith; BBC London's Home Affairs Correspondent.

    Find out more on BBC news online
  • Osama Bin Laden

    Osama Bin Laden

    As the White House changes it's version of how Bin Laden was killed, there have been fresh calls to show a photo of the body. Others say it would be too gruesome.

    Jeremy talks to Abdel Bari Atwan; editor of Al Quds al-Arabi newspaper and Professor Anthony Glees; Director of the Centre for Security and Intelligence at the University of Buckingham.

    Find out more on BBC news online
  • The Festival Of Britain

    The Festival Of Britain

    Finally, do you remember the Festival of Britain?

    Sixty years ago, the country celebrated all that was wonderful about Britain.

    What are your memories?

    Jeremy talks to Juliet Gardiner; social historian.

    Find out more on BBC news online

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