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Peter Allen speaks to Brigidier General Carsten Jacobson after Taliban fighters launch an attack on the embassy district in Kabul.
Anthropologist Kate Fox describes how she tested the theory that the English say sorry too much.
Two people have been killed and 2 others injured in stabbings in one small area of London in the past 3 weeks. Its prompted Enfield Borough council to send extra youth workers on to the streets, to try to stop young people carrying knives. Lesley Asmall joined them.
Peter also speaks to Gary Oldman, Colin Firth and John le Carre who are on the red carpet for the Premiere of the film of le Carre's book "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy".

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