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2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 25 March 2013

Are triangular flapjacks more dangerous than square ones? After a school in Essex banned them, Fabulous Baker Brother Tom Herbert advises on the best way to avoid harm from flying foods. The BBC's World Affairs Editor John Simpson explains why he had a "kind of liking" for Saddam Hussein, as he looks back at Iraq 10 years since the war. A new series - Editors - will see him return to Baghdad. Syndicate screenwriter Kay Mellor tells Richard she'd be disappointed if her work was shown on iPlayer before it was put on TV, which has happened with Peter Kay's new series. Professor David Hendy talks about the noises that have shaped human history.



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