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2 hours
First broadcast:
Thursday 17 November 2011

Jeremy dicusses Sepp Blatter, whether we should take more interest in the situation in Syria, having clothes ruined by dry cleaners and work experience.

Music Played

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    Dolly Parton Jolene

    Million Sellers Vol.15 - The Seventie, Disky

  • Image for The Spencer Davis Group

    The Spencer Davis Group Somebody Help Me

    The Godfathers Of Britpop, Polygram Tv, 2

  • Image for Black

    Black Wonderful Life

    Fantastic 80's - 3 (Various Artists), Sony Tv/Columbia

  • Image for The Doobie Brothers

    The Doobie Brothers Listen To The Music

    The Very Best Of The Doobie Brothers, Warner Bros

  • Image for Jon Allen

    Jon Allen Lucky I Guess

    (CD Single), Monologue Records, 1

  • Image for Bryan Adams

    Bryan Adams Run To You

    Bryan Adams - The Best Of Me, Mercury

  • Image for Snow Patrol

    Snow Patrol This Isn't Everything You Are

    (CD Single), Polydor, 1

  • Image for Bonnie Tyler

    Bonnie Tyler Total Eclipse Of The Heart

    Moments In Love (Various Artists), Music Club

  • Image for Kate Bush

    Kate Bush The Sensual World

    Woman (Various Artists), Polygram Tv/Sony Tv

  • Image for Nik Kershaw

    Nik Kershaw I Won't Let The Sun Go Down On Me

    Fantastic 80's - 3 (Various Artists), Sony Tv/Columbia, 4



    Sepp Blatter says that racism on the football pitch can be resolved by a handshake.

    Find out more in this article from the Telegraph.


    Syria is a place most of us know little about. If we learn more about the country, would we be prepared to help her people?

    Find out more on BBC News Online.


    Were your clothes ruined by dry cleaners?

    Find out more in this article from the Telegraph.


    Should young people be paid to do work experience? We talk to two parliamentary interns who are paid.

    Find out more in this article from the Guardian.


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