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Can body cameras rebuild trust in the police?

3 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 13 January 2014

As Home Secretary Theresa May approves £1.4m of funding to allow six more police forces to invest in body-worn cameras, Mark asks whether this will help rebuild trust in the police.

Sixty-two-year-old Joan Roberts from Cossington, Somerset has decided to turn back the clock by selling up and jumping on a plane. As Joan searches for adventure, Mark asks how you are holding back the years. He also speaks to the Open University's oldest graduate. Cliff Dadson was ninety-three when he collected his degree last summer.

Mark finds out why there's a goat's cheese shortage with a report from Gloucestershire.

Reporter Alison Acton is granted exclusive access to Cupola House in Bury St Edmunds 18 months after it was destroyed by fire.

BBC Introducing tonight comes from West Yorkshire band New Sunset Hotel and Ormskirk singer songwriter Harry Cartwright.

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