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10/06/2013

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 10 June 2013

Morning news and current affairs. Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.

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Monday 10 June

A former technical worker for the CIA has been revealed as the source of a series of leaks about US phone and internet surveillance. A a group of MPs has said new migration rules for people from outside the EU are "tearing families apart". And how will Britain mark the centenary of World War I?

  • 10 Jun 2013 08:56:13

    0900

    Our editors today were Lewis James and Clare Thorp. Coming up next on Radio 4, Anne McElvoy presents Start The Week. We're back tomorrow from 0600 - thanks for listening.

  • 10 Jun 2013 08:55:04

    0855

    How will the US web surveillance scandal affect how the public use social networking sites? Pamela Rutledge, faculty director of Media Psychology Programme, and Tom Chatfield, author of Netomology and tech commentator, discuss the issue.

  • 10 Jun 2013 08:54:04

    0850

    With less than two years to go before the next general election, Nick Clegg and David Cameron are keen to reiterate their commitment to the coalition government that was formed in the five days following a hung parliament in May 2010. The BBC's chief political correspondent Gary O'Donoghue reports.


  • 10 Jun 2013 08:42:38

    0842

    More on the report which says some of the poorest parts of the country have become "men deserts" because of absent fathers. Christian Guy, director of the Centre for Social Justice, and chief executive Fiona Weir discuss what should be done in light of the findings of the report.


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