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4 hours
First broadcast:
Saturday 19 May 2012

The G8 meeting has begun in Camp David . Leaders from the US, UK, France, Russia, Germany, Japan, Canada and Italy are likely to focus their talks on the crisis in the Eurozone. Rana Roroohar TIME magazine's assistant managing editor in charge of economics and business speaks to Dotun.

Shares in the social networking site, Facebook, have been sold for the first time -- making it worth more than 100 billion dollars. It's become the most valuable American business to be launched as a public company. Peter a venture capitalist with Peter S Cohan and Associates analyses the first day's trading.

A new book of poetry has been published, which has provoked anger and criticism in some quarters. That's because it's a collection of poems written by Taliban fighters. Find out more on today's show.

And the World Football phone in sees Tim Vickery and Andy Brassell take your calls on Europe and South America.



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