Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
Morning news and current affairs presented by Sarah Montague and Justin Webb, featuring:
For the first time in 17 years the number of people seriously injured or killed on our roads has risen. Ralph Smyth from the Campaign to Protect Rural England, and Milly Wastie, vice-chair of the National Federation of Young Farmers Clubs, share their views on the DfT's consultation on reducing speed limits on the country's rural roads.
Clarke Carlisle, Chairman of the Professional Footballers' Association, and veteran manager Dave Bassett assess the impact of the John Terry trial and debate whether football's authorities should be stepping in to stop it happening.
A new film that follows the life of Bruce Lee is being released in Britain this week. Executive Director of the documentary, his daughter Shannon Lee, explains why she agreed to make the documentary.
Nick Buckles, Chief Executive of G4S Security, explains where the company went wrong in training and recruiting enough staff for London 2012.
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