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Thursday: Jeremy discusses cycle helmets

First broadcast:
Thursday 02 August 2012

Jeremy discusses making cycle helmets compulsory, Boris Johnson getting stuck on a zip wire, the effect the Olympics has had on businesses and the lack of diving boards in pools.

  • CYCLE HELMETS

    CYCLE HELMETS

    Olympic Gold medal winner Bradley Wiggins has called for new laws to make cyclists wear helmets after a man on a bike dies in a collision with a bus near the Olympic Park.

    Find out more on BBC News online.
  • BORIS JOHNSON

    BORIS JOHNSON

    The Mayor of London Boris Johnson gets stuck on a zip wire at an Olympic event. A minor embarrassment for the Games or does it only increase his appeal?

    Find out more on BBC News online.
  • OLYMPIC BUSINESS

    OLYMPIC BUSINESS

    Has the Olympics meant boom or bust for your business?

    Find out more in this article from the Independent.
  • DIVING BOARDS

    DIVING BOARDS

    A man tells us how sorry he is that so many diving boards have been taken out of swimming pools.

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