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Jeremy discusses the massacre in Houla

2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 28 May 2012

Jeremy discusses how the international community can respond to the massacre at Houla, rehousing plans, National Service and people reporting neighbours for filling paddling pools.

Music Played

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  • Image for Thin Lizzy

    Thin Lizzy The Boys Are Back In Town

    (Single), Vertigo, 10

  • Image for Paloma Faith

    Paloma Faith Picking Up The Pieces

    (CD Single), Universal, 1

  • Image for The Crystals

    The Crystals He's A Rebel

    The Best Of The Crystals, Phil Spector Int

  • Image for The Smiths

    The Smiths Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now

    The Smiths - Hatful Of Hollow, WEA, 5

  • Image for Pilot

    Pilot Magic

    25 Years Of Rock'n'Roll Vol.2 (1974), Connoisseur Collection

  • Image for Michael Bublé

    Michael Bublé Hollywood

    (CD Single), Reprise, 1

  • Image for First Class

    First Class Beach Baby

    Dance Hits Of The '60's & '70's, Old Gold

  • Image for Wham!

    Wham! Club Tropicana

    The Best Summer Ever (Various Artist, Virgin

  • Image for Emeli Sandé

    Emeli Sandé My Kind Of Love

    (CD Single), Virgin, 1

  • Image for Oasis

    Oasis Wonderwall

    What's The Story Morning Glory -Oasis, Creation Records

  • Image for Malcolm McLaren

    Malcolm McLaren Double Dutch

    (Single), Charisma

  • Image for Harry Chapin

    Harry Chapin Cat's In The Cradle

    Behind The Music The Harry Chapin Collection, Elektra/Rhino

  • Image for Monsoon

    Monsoon Ever So Lonely

    Music Of The Year: 1982 (Various Artists), Spectrum, 12



    The brutal massacre at Houla in Syria has shocked the world, but how can the international community respond?

    Find out more on BBC News online.


    An East London council has dropped its plans to rehouse local people in other parts of the country… But could a new life in Walsall be the fresh start these families need?

    Find out more on BBC News online.


    We look back on the years of compulsory National Service… Were you called up? And did a strict sergeant change your life for the better or worse?



    Householders have been dobbing in their neighbours for filling up their paddling pools in areas where the hosepipe ban is in place… Responsible water saving or just sour grapes?

    Find out more in this article from the Telegraph.


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