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Following Ratko Mladic's arrest, are the UN partly culbable for some of the atrocities carried out in Bosnia?

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Friday 27 May 2011

Jeremy discusses the arrest of Ratko Mladic and whether the UN is culpable for some of Bosnia's worst atrocities, Sharon Shoesmith, camping and allotments with Terry Walton.

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    T. Rex Metal Guru

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    Dire Straits Romeo & Juliet

    The No.1 Love Album (Various Artists, Polygram Tv

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    Blondie Mother

    Panic Of Girls, Phasm 8, 1

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    John Oates and Daryl Hall Maneater

    Looking Back - The Best Of Hall & Oat, BMG

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    Status Quo Rock 'n' Roll 'n' You

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    The Chiffons One Fine Day

    Radio Gold (Various Artists), Ace

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    Now 1984 - The Millennium Series, Now

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    Caro Emerald A Night Like This

    (CD Single), Dramatico, 1

  • Image for Lauri

    Lauri Heavy

    (CD Single)

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    Mink DeVille Spanish Stroll

    The Greatest Hits Of 1977 (Various), Premier

  • Ratko Mladic

    Ratko Mladic

    The former Bosnian Serb commander, Ratko Mladic, has been arrested on suspicion of war crimes, but is the UN partly culpable for some of the worst atrocities carried out in Bosnia?

    Jeremy talks to John Simpson; BBC World Affairs Editor, Adam LeBor; Correspondent for The Times and author of "Complicity with Evil - the United Nations in the age of modern genocide" and Nenad Vukicevic; Owner of the website Serbian Nationalists.

    Find out more on BBC news online
  • Sharon Shoesmith

    Sharon Shoesmith

    Sharon Shoesmith, the former head of social services in Haringey Council, has won her Court of Appeal battle over her sacking after the Baby P tragedy.

    Jeremy talks to Ray Jones; Professor of social work at Kingston University and St George's, University of London and BBC correspondent Tim Donovan.

    Find out more on BBC news online
  • Camping

    Camping

    'All the gear, but no idea.' What do first time campers need to know?

    Jeremy talks to Jonathan Knight; Editor of Cool Camping.

  • Terry Walton

    Terry Walton

    We speak to Terry Walton on the official Jeremy Vine Show allotment.

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