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Human bones found in Ipswich are identified

3 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 08 November 2011

Foz hears from Detective Chief Inspector Neil Luckett of Suffolk Police as human bones found in Ipswich in October are identified.

A report into the murder of Mary Griffiths by mental health patient John McFarlane is released. It says the killing could not have been predicted. The murder took place in Bury St Edmunds in 2009. Our West Suffolk Producer Philippa Taylor has more.

Prescriptions for over the counter medication such as general painkillers is costing the NHS 440 million pounds a year. A study has found that Great Yarmouth and Waveney has one of the highest bills, averaging a £14.25 spend per person. Our reporter Andrew Turner has the details.

The Red Rose Chain Film and Theatre Company is set to mark the closure of St Clement's Hospital in Ipswich with a series of workshops and public performances, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Foz talks to the company's artistic director Joanna Carrick.

In the music hour after 6pm, Fearing & White in session and a double shot of music from Roy Wood who celebrates his 65th birthday today.


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