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Aasmah Mir sits in

2 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 20 March 2012

Aasmah discusses the Chancellor telling us exactly what our taxes are spent on, the French serial killer, restorative justice and why people are praying for Fabrice Muamba.

Music Played

12 items
  • 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

  • Image for Coldplay

    Coldplay Charlie Brown

    (CD Single), Parlophone, 1

  • Image for Stevie Wonder

    Stevie Wonder Superstition

    Stevie Wonder - Song Review, Motown

  • Image for Lenny Kravitz

    Lenny Kravitz It Ain't Over 'til It's Over

    Awesome 2 - Various Artists, EMI

  • Image for Adele

    Adele Rumour Has It

    21, XL, 1

  • Image for Nickelback

    Nickelback Lullaby

    Here & Now, Roadrunner, 1

  • Image for Rose Royce

    Rose Royce Is It Love You're After

    Sampled (Various Artists), Virgin

  • Image for Madonna

    Madonna Masterpiece

    W.E. O.S.T., Polydor, 12

  • Image for The Four Tops

    The Four Tops I Can't Help Myself

    The Four Tops - The Singles Collectio, Polygram Tv

  • Image for Lady Antebellum

    Lady Antebellum Need You Now

    Need You Now, Capitol Nashville, 1

  • Image for Michael Kiwanuka

    Michael Kiwanuka I'm Getting Ready

    (CD Single), Polydor, 1

  • Image for Sweet

    Sweet Love Is Like Oxygen

    (Single), Polydor



    A serial killer who appears to target Jews and Muslims is still on the run in southwest France. We speak to someone who suggests that France should blame herself.

    Find out more on BBC News online.


    If someone in your family was murdered, would you ever be able to forgive the killer? We talk to Tanya Byron about the power of restorative justice.

    Find out more about the prison radio programme ‘Face to Face’.
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    The Chancellor says, in the interests of transparency, he will tell us exactly what our taxes are spent on. Critics say that will help the government justify spending cuts.

    Find out more from BBC News online.


    Why are we being asked to pray for the Bolton footballer Fabrice Muamba - when surely it’s the doctors and nurses who will make him better?

    Find out more in this article from the Mirror.


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