A rundown of stories from Thursday 14 February including programme highlights and comment.
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Thursday 14 February
The former head of an NHS Trust speaks to us about his concerns over patient safety. OFSTED has found there is not enough strenuous physical activity in English schools. And why is the average British worker 40% less productive than the average American?
Research shows that one in four cricket players who leave the sport are likely to suffer depression and one in five army veterans will experience mental health problems. Josh Lewsey, a former England rugby international who now works at Citibank, and Jake Wood, a former banker who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, reflect on their own experiences.
Ofsted's director of schools policy, Michael Cladingbowl, explains that the regulator has issued a report that says there is not enough strenuous, physical activity in many of England's school PE lessons. Baroness Sue Campbell, chair of the Youth Sport Trust, outlines what need to be done.
0841The village of Arkholme in Lancashire is trying to raise £2m to provide broadband for their community. The BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones reports.
Stephanie Flanders, the BBC’s economics editor, and Kate Barker, former member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, analyse the findings of the Office for National Statistics that the average British worker is nearly 40% less productive than their US counterpart.