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16/06/2010

5 live Money's Mickey Clarke reports from Mansion House, where the Chancellor annouced new powers for the Bank of England. Plus reaction to Spain's shock defeat in the World Cup.

5 live Money's Mickey Clarke reports live from Mansion House, where George Osborne announced he is abolishing the FSA and giving more regulatory powers to the Bank of England.

Reaction to Spain's defeat in the World Cup from Mighty Boosh comedian Rich Fulcher and ex footballer Andy Hinchcliffe.

5 live's Lesley Ashmall talks to disappointed Spanish fans in a Spanish bar and learns how to dance the Samba.

After a couple were fined nearly £2,000 for not stopping their dogs barking - dog owner Rosie Millard and expert Ryan O'Meara discuss noisy dogs. Ryan diagnosis a dog's mental state from their bark.

Should men wear pyjamas? Julian Bennet from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy gives Tony some wise advice on bedroom etiquette.

Do women prefer men with deep voices? Lively discussion with BBC2 Something for the Weekend chef - Simon Rimmer. Tony attempts to lower his voice for the debate.

2 hours, 30 minutes

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Wed 16 Jun 2010 22:30

Chapters

  • Chancellor's plans outlined in first Mansion House speech

    As Chancellor George Osborne details how he intends to prevent a repeat of the worst banking collapse in almost 80 years, 5 live's Mickey Clarke and an economist analyse his plans.

    Duration: 06:39

  • Worse than its bite?

    After a couple were fined £2,000 for failing to stop their dogs barking, canine expert Ryan O'Meara explains why dogs bark, giving bark-interpreting tips to journalist (and dog owner) Rosie Millard.

    Duration: 14:12

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