Doctors' tribunals, dads of disabled kids and annoying noises

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Seven years after the Shipman Enquiry called for changes in how doctors regulate themselves. It's finally happening - today.
We also ask if dads of disabled children need special help over and above mothers.
And we're also on the hunt for the most annoying noise ever - and find out unexpected ways to neutralise tormenting tones - whilst Julian is wired up for a live experiment on the impact of aggravating sounds.

Presented by Julian Worricker
Produced by Paul Waters.

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41 minutes

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Mon 11 Jun 2012 12:00

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