First work day of the Olympics: can the transport cope?

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Travel chaos or business as usual? On the first work day of the Olympic Games, we hear from some of London's travel "hot spots" to find out how the transport system is coping with the influx of visitors.

Ebook readers like the Kindle and Kobo might provide discretion as no-one can tell what you're reading but some ebook readers gather data about what you read. Author Joan Brady talks about her concerns about privacy when your ebook reader is reading you.

The French rail company SNCF has launched a range of coaches travelling between the UK and France, hot on the heels of MegaBus's new service to continental Europe. Both companies hope to target cash strapped travellers with a luxury service but is there a market for posh coaches?

And we hear from the "App Circus" where application developers have been pitching their ideas to industry insiders in a bid to be crowned the winner.

Presented by Julian Worricker
Produced by Olivia Skinner.

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Mon 30 Jul 2012 12:04

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