Jeremy discusses being injured by a pothole, the problems faced by disabled people on trains and planes, mitochondrial diseases and writing a digital will.
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Jeremy discusses potholes, disabled travellers, mitochondrial diseases and digital wills.
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As councils struggle to repair the roads, we talk to a woman whose cyclist husband died.
We talk to Frank Gardner who was left stranded on a plane for nearly 2 hours.
We look at diseases where the energy-producing component of cells stops working properly.
In extreme cases, the fingerprint of the deceased can still open a smart phone.
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