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Jeremy discusses Khalil Dale

2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 30 April 2012

Jeremy discusses the killing of Khalil Dale, the effect talking about the economy has on business, red kite attacks and surface-to-air missiles in the East End.

Music Played

9 items
  • Image for Billy Ocean

    Billy Ocean Love Really Hurts Without You

    The Greatest Hits Of 1976 (Various), Premier

  • Image for Paul Simon

    Paul Simon Late In The Evening

    The Paul Simon Anthology (Disc 1), Warner Bros, 10

  • Image for Swing Out Sister

    Swing Out Sister Surrender

    It's Better To Travel, Phonogram

  • Image for The Zombies

    The Zombies Time Of The Season

    The Zombies - Odyssey & Oracle, Rock Machine

  • Image for Elvis Costello

    Elvis Costello Shipbuilding

    The Very Best Of Elvis Costello, Universal Music Tv

  • Image for Billy Joel

    Billy Joel My Life

    Billy Joel - Greatest Hits Vol.2, CBS

  • Image for King

    King Love & Pride

    The Ultimate Eighties (Various), Hit Records

  • Image for Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Lynyrd Skynyrd Sweet Home Alabama

    The All Time Greatest Rock Songs ..., Columbia

  • Image for Train

    Train Drive By

    (CD Single), Columbia, 12



    A British aid worker Khalil Dale is beheaded in Pakistan. He has been described as a gentle man who lived to help others in war zones.

    Find out more on BBC News online


    We’re joined by BBC Business editor Robert Peston. We ask “is it possible to talk ourselves into a recession?”

    Find out more on BBC News online.


    Have you been attacked by a red kite?

    Find out more on BBC News online.


    Residents who live in flats in the East End have been told that they could well have an air-to-air missile on their roof to protect the Olympics.

    Find out more on BBC News online.


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