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24/04/2015

Victoria speaks to the mother of a 4-year-old who suffers from syndrome without a name. Plus remembering Gallipoli 100 years on and proposals for 'English votes for English laws'.

Victoria speaks to the mother of 4-year-old Dylan. He suffers from syndrome without a name (SWAN), leaving him with the mind and body of a baby.

As memorial events are being held in Turkey to remember the Gallipoli campaign 100 years after it began, former BBC correspondent Peter Biles speaks about his grandfather Harry. His letters and diary reveal the 'hopeless optimism' of troops before they went into battle.

In politics, a group of voters discuss proposals for 'English votes for English laws'. David Cameron says these would be in place for the first budget of a Conservative government.

1 hour, 45 minutes

Last on

Fri 24 Apr 2015 09:15

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Victoria Derbyshire
Interviewed Guest Peter Biles

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