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2 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 27 November 2013

Sam Walker in for Richard Bacon.

David Cameron defends government plans to restrict access to welfare benefits for EU immigrants, saying he shares public concerns about the end of work restrictions on Bulgarians and Romanians from January 2014. The Bulgarian Ambassador to the UK gives his reaction to the plans.

Beatles biographer Mark Lewisohn explains how the Fab Four first came together; the digital currency Bitcoin reaches $1000 in value for the first time; and author Jeremy Scahill discusses covert operations in the context of US foreign policy.

Plus a full-size diplodocus skeleton goes under the hammer in west Sussex in the UK's first large dinosaur auction; and Anne Hegerty of The Chase assesses listeners' everyday complaints in The Moan In.



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