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20/10/2014

David Whiteley with the stories that matter for the East of England. The mortgage deal that promised access to cash but left some home owners unable to move.

Trapped In Their Own Homes
Nick Wallis investigates the mortgage deal that promised access to your own cash but left some home owners unable to move.

Domestic Violence
Many children who have witnessed domestic abuse are not receiving any therapy. Children are often left without professional help to deal with the consequences of witnessing domestic abuse because of a lack of local funding and an absence of national strategy.

Running Relay
David Whiteley joins the Round Norfolk Relay to find out why so many people have taken up running. The relay is the only non-stop 24 hour relay race in the country. More than 900 runners take part in the race along 197 miles, following the county boundaries with Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, and the coastline.

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Mon 20 Oct 2014 19:30

Domestic violence

Domestic violence

Not enough support is being offered to the one in four children experts say will witness domestic violence by the age of 18, it is claimed.

There are no national rules stating what services children who see violence at home should receive.

Read the full story on the BBC News website.

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter David Whiteley
Reporter Nick Wallis
Series Editor Diana Hare
Series Producer Paul Baker

Broadcast

  • Mon 20 Oct 2014 19:30