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3 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 03 February 2014

Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden with all the day's news and sport - today, we hear about Education Secretary Michael Gove's plans to close the gap between state and private schools; we hear tributes to the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died in New York over the weekend - and we hear from two people who are unhappy for various reasons - a man who's been told his £100k "Chagall" painting will be burned because it's a fake and a woman who stepped out of her front door to find her car had fallen down a thirty foot hole.


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