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2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 01 October 2012

Jeremy discusses the Jimmy Savile abuse allegations, what the cash from the 4G frequencies sale should be spent on, golf and prostate cancer with Terry Walton and Sarah Jarvis.

  • Jimmy Savile

    An ITV programme will claim that Jimmy Savile abused children over a number of years.

  • 4G Frequency

    Should cash raised from selling off 4G frequencies be used to pay off debt or on housing?

  • Prostate Cancer

    Terry Walton has prostate cancer. Sarah Jarvis talks to him about fighting the illness.

  • Ryder Cup

    Are you someone who hates golf but was won over watching the Ryder Cup climax last night?

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Music Played

11 items
  • Image for The Police

    The Police Roxanne

    The Very Best Of Sting & The Police, A&M

  • Image for Deacon Blue

    Deacon Blue The Hipsters

    (CD Single), Edsel Recordings, 1

  • Image for Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark

    Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark Pandora's Box

    Omd - Sugar Tax, Virgin, 18

  • Image for T. Rex

    T. Rex Childlike Men

    (CD Single), Fly

  • Image for Beth Hart

    Beth Hart Baddest Blues

    (CD Single), Provogue

  • Image for New Musik

    New Musik Living By Numbers

    Hits Of The 80's - Various Artists, Columbia

  • Image for Madonna

    Madonna Vogue

    (Single), Sire

  • Image for The Beatles

    The Beatles Penny Lane

    The Beatles - 1, Apple, 9

  • Image for Pnau

    Pnau Solid Ground (Too Much Worth Living For)

    Soft Universe, ETCETC Music, 1

  • Image for Lou Reed

    Lou Reed Perfect Day

    Lou Reed - NYC Man, BMG

  • Image for Kate Bush

    Kate Bush The Man With The Child In His Eyes

    Always And Forever: The Love Album (Various Artists), Telstar


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