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'I was downstairs during the Olympic siege.' A listener explains how he spent a day in 1972 hiding beneath the Munich flat where gunman were holding Israeli Olympians, and how he couldn't speak of his experience for years afterwards. Also, with listeners telling iPM what a good egg the BBC founder John Reith was, one listener begs to differ - his daughter. James Naughtie reads Your News. With Eddie Mair and Jennifer Tracey. iPM@bbc.co.uk.
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