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16/04/2012

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 16 April 2012

Jeremy discusses the Anders Breivik case in Norway, removing stiles from country walks, a special item "I love where I live" and the boy with a bionic arm.

Music Played

10 items
  • Image for Stevie Wonder

    Stevie Wonder Master Blaster (Jammin')

    Stevie Wonder - Song Review, Motown

  • Image for Carrie Underwood

    Carrie Underwood Good Girl

    Blown Away, Sony Music, 1

  • Image for Prince

    Prince The Most Beautiful Girl In The World

    (CD Single), NPG RECORDS

  • Image for Supertramp

    Supertramp Breakfast In America

    The Very Best Of Supertramp, Polygram Tv

  • Image for Dolly Parton

    Dolly Parton Jolene

    Million Sellers Vol.15 - The Seventie, Disky

  • Image for ZZ Top

    ZZ Top Gimme All Your Lovin'

    Top Gear 2 - Various Artists, Columbia

  • Image for The Lightning Seeds

    The Lightning Seeds The Life Of Riley

    Sense - The Lightning Seeds, Virgin

  • Image for Keane

    Keane Silenced By The Night

    (CD Single), Island, 1

  • Image for Yes

    Yes Wonderous Stories

    Classic Yes, Atlantic

  • Image for Madonna

    Madonna Masterpiece

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

  • ANDERS BREIVIK

    ANDERS BREIVIK

    It’s the trial in Norway of Anders Breivik, accused of murdering 77 people. Is Norway treating him more liberally then we would in Britain?

    Find out more on BBC News online.
  • STILES

    STILES

    There’s a report that in Dartmoor, people want the stiles to be removed from country walks, because disabled and overweight people are having trouble getting over them.

    Find out more in this article from the Daily Mail.
  • I LOVE WHERE I LIVE

    I LOVE WHERE I LIVE

    We launch a Radio 2 special which celebrates every single part of the United Kingdom, “I love where I live”. It’s a one-minute love letter to your town, place or village.

    Find out more on the Jeremy Vine show page.
  • BIONICS

    BIONICS

    We meet the fifteen-year old with a bionic arm. He lost the arm when he was very young, now science has replaced it.

    Find out more on BBC News online.
  • SEND US YOUR COMMENTS

    SEND US YOUR COMMENTS

    If you have a comment on any of the stories on today's show, we want to hear it.

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