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The 'perfect' affair? 26 Mar 2010
Is there such a thing as the ‘perfect’ affair?

An affair – if it’s discovered – usually ends badly. Either a marriage is broken or at the very least severely dented. In the last few weeks the papers have been reporting on the private lives of everyone from Sandra Bullock’s husband, through to Ashley Cole, John Terry and of course Tiger Woods. But can an affair actually save a marriage? Jenni is joined by Rosie Freeman Jones, spokesperson from a website  which enables married people to meet to have an affair, without endangering the marriage, and by journalist Angela Epstein. They'll be discussing whether it's acceptable or morally reprehensible?
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