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Shelagh talks to a mother whose teenage son was so drunk he had to be treated in a city centre 'drunk tank'.

Is A&E or a so-called 'drunk tank' the best place to treat people who have too much to drink on a night out? We get access to a 'drunk tank' in Cardiff, that's a special unit used to treat people who get too drunk on a night out. They're an alternative to treating people in A&E. We look ahead to the wide ranging inquiry into how allegations of child abuse have been handled over the years, in organisations which include the BBC, Churches, and the NHS. Plus find out how a simple blood test can predict the onset of Alzheimer's within a year.

2 hours

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Tue 8 Jul 2014 12:00