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Crisis in Iraq

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 17 June 2014

Debate with Nihal at 10: Should UK stay away from the Crisis in Iraq? Iraq is facing its most severe crisis in years, with the country on the brink of break-up. Do you think Britain is partly to blame for what's going on in Iraq right now? And should we keep out or get more involved? After 11, legendary sarod player Soumik Datta talks about his new production that combines elements of classical Indian, soul and punk music and culminates with a special performance of his own electric sound. And after midday, Professor Geeta Nargund talks about being awarded RBS Asian Women of Achievement Chairman's Award.

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