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Hundreds of horses are flying thousands of miles from all over the world to compete in the Olympics and Paralympics. Caz Graham speaks to Tim Dutta to hear how he will be sending the American horses in their jet stalls.
The Food Standards Agency is halting production of desinewed meat. The process is a way of removing bits of meat from bones using water pressure. The meat is normally put into kebabs and burgers. Now the European Commission wants this meat to be specifically labelled as 'Mechanically Separated Meat'.
And Caz walks along Hadrian's Wall to discover the economic benefit of taking a walk. Last year, the Hadrian's Wall National Trail generated an estimated £6.7 million for the local communities it passes through.
Presented by Caz Graham. Produced by Emma Weatherill.