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21/07/2016

Simon Mayo talks to Matt and Alex about Blame, his new book for young adults, while Anita Rani speaks about her time spent in Zaatari, a huge refugee camp of 80,000 Syrians.

Simon Mayo talks to Matt and Alex about Blame, his new book for young adults, while Anita Rani speaks about her time spent in Zaatari, a huge refugee camp with 80,000 Syrian inhabitants.

Nick Wallis looks at how Rotherham's taxis are doing in the wake of the child abuse scandal, Iwan Thomas meets a world record-breaking family, and Mike Dilger and George McGavin get creative with wildlife.

Carrie Grant hears from The Darkness how their hit song I Believe in a Thing Called Love came about.

30 minutes

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Thu 21 Jul 2016 19:00

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Matt Baker
Presenter Alex Jones
Editor Sandy Smith
Participant Simon Mayo
Participant Anita Rani
Reporter Nick Wallis
Reporter Iwan Thomas
Reporter Mike Dilger
Reporter George McGavin
Reporter Carrie Grant
Participant The Darkness

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