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In an exclusive interview, the new President of the World Anti- Doping Agency tells us anti-doping measures are beginning to have an effect. He says the rules still need refining - and he says the testers need to stay one step ahead of potential cheats. Also today, new figures show for the first time ever, the UK DOESN'T rank in the top twenty countries in a worldwide education study. Hundreds of thousands of teenagers across the world took the Maths English and Science tests - education minster Elizabeth Truss explains why she thinks our children aren't coming top - and what she will do about it. And are we doing enough good deeds? A survey suggests nine in ten people don't take a minute to help someone out. Our listeners get in touch to tell us they think the survey is wrong, because they're helping people every day.

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Tue 3 Dec 2013 10:00