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14/08/2017

Joanna Gosling talks to the sisters of two men who have waited years to be released from prison, despite the abolition of indefinite 'public protection' sentences.

Joanna Gosling talks to the sisters of two men who have waited years to be released from prison, despite the abolition of indefinite 'public protection' sentences.

We look into a 50 per cent rise in the number of people arrested suspected of being drunk at UK airports and on flights.

And Joanna talks to three families about the legacy of partition, 70 years after British colonial rule came to an end in India.

2 hours

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Mon 14 Aug 2017 09:00

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  • 01:58

    Chic

    Everybody Dance

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Presenter Joanna Gosling

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