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19/06/2012

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 19 June 2012

Jeremy discusses Aung San Suu Kyi, becoming addicted to bodybuilding, people who are just one bill away from disaster and the physiological effects of constantly using smartphones.

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  • AUNG SAN SUU KYI

    AUNG SAN SUU KYI

    Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of the Burmese opposition, has dedicated her life to her cause. Because of that, she wasn’t with her husband when he died of cancer and her 2 children grew up without her. Are politicians right to put politics before family?

    Find out more on BBC News online.
  • BODYBUILDING

    BODYBUILDING

    The son of the Conservative cabinet minister Caroline Spellman has used steroids to become a body builder. Did your child become obsessed with body-building?

    Find out more in this article from the Telegraph.
  • BILLS

    BILLS

    As hard economic times continue, are you just one bill away from disaster?

    Find out more in this article from the Guardian.
  • SMARTPHONES

    SMARTPHONES

    What are the physiological effects of being constantly on your smartphone and never being able to turn it off?

    Find out more on BBC News online.
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