Sorry, this episode is not currently available on BBC iPlayer Radio

Woolwich Murder Widely Condemned

Local reaction following the killing of a soldier near a military barracks in Woolwich in South-East London. The victim was brutally murdered in the street by suspected Islamist extremists.

BBC reporters provide the latest from the scene and Stuart talks to Northamptonshire-based counter-terrorism expert Simon Trundle, to Sean Silver, Chair of Northamptonshire Race Equality Council, to Michael Ellis, MP for Northampton North and a member of the Home Affairs Select Committee, and to Northamptonshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Adam Simmonds.

Plus:

* police in Northamptonshire hope a new range of video cameras worn on their bodies will see an increase in the number of convictions

* fresh doubts over plans by Northampton Borough Council to sell an ancient Egyptian statue that's worth around £2-million

* 700 children in Northamptonshire are currently in foster care and there's a real need for more foster carers to come forward

* Daventry Dolphins Swimming club talk about their activities as the Amateur Swimming Association says more than half of those aged from seven to eleven can't swim 25 metres without help

* a continental market sets up in Wellingborough

* countdown to Twickenham: Saints fans travel plans & merchandise

Release date:

3 hours

Last on

Thu 23 May 2013 06:00

World War One At Home

Progs Northants

Discover incredible stories about life in Northamptonshire during WW1