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22/07/2013

Around 20 deaths have been linked to PMA, a drug similar to Ecstasy and MDMA, but much stronger. We speak to doctors, drugs campaigners, and the mother of a man who died after taking the substance. The Prime Minister says internet companies have a "moral obligation" to do more to protect children from abusive material online. Tia Sharpe's grandmother Christine Bicknell gives us her reaction. Her former partner, Stuart Hazell, murdered Tia, and had a history of viewing child pornography online. Are parents who let their children get sunburnt guilty of neglect? Listeners, parents and doctors tell us the best way to deal with the heatwave. And we hear the hopes of Zimbabweans as they go to the polls - the last election there resulted in violent clashes and accusations of vote rigging by Robert Mugabe.

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Mon 22 Jul 2013 10:00