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03/03/2013

Duration:
1 hour, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 03 March 2013

Former UN weapons inspector, Hans Blix, on the possibility of a nuclear-armed Iran. David Cameron says he won't "lurch to the right". So, which way should he take the Conservatives? Stewart Jackson MP, Sean Worth, former head of Cameron's policy unit and Tim Montgomerie from ConservativeHome.com discuss. A robot could be looking after us in our old age - and it's not science fiction. She's here already - the P37 S65. The inventor, Antonio Espingardeiro shows us how she works. As Sir Ranulph Fiennes heads home, we talk to Felicity Aston, the first woman in the world to ski across Antarctica alone. And home or office? Where's the best place for you to work? After Yahoo insisted all their staff work in the office, husband and wife, Joel Morris & Julia Raeside (office & home respectively) argue it out.

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