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29/04/2013

An independent investigation examining claims of historical child abuse at children's homes in North Wales has found "significant evidence of systemic and serious sexual and physical abuse."

The government launches a new way of delivering benefits on Tameside in Greater Manchester. Universal Credit is being trialled before being rolled out across the country by 2017.

Richard talks to a French nightclub owner in Damascus who describes daily life in the capital.

Archaeologist Dr Richard Miles talks about his new series on BBC2 - a show that explores how the art of archaeology itself actually began.

And Clint Eastwood's son Kyle tells Richard about his career as a musician as he begins new UK tour.

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Mon 29 Apr 2013 14:00