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11/10/2010 (1300 GMT)

UK banks and Nigerian corruption; the 7/7 inquests begin; and, is Tuesday the new Monday?

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  • Nigeria UK banks

    Michael Peel, author of "Swamp full of dollars" responds to a report that says leading UK banks failed to sufficiently check the source of deposits.

    Duration: 03:56

  • Nigeria UK banks

    Money laundering expert Nick Kochan discusses the security systems in place in the financial world.

    Duration: 02:51

  • Mandela diaries

    Andrew Harding takes a look through the papers published in the great South African's diaries.

    Duration: 05:31

  • Hungarian sludge

    Nick Thorpe reports from the towns and villages affected by the ongoing deludge of toxic waste.

    Duration: 04:25

  • Hungarian sludge

    Anna Nagy, a spokesperson for the Hungarian government on the detention of the chief executive of an aluminium plant.

    Duration: 02:00

  • UK Afghan hostage

    Rob Watson reports on developments surrounding the death of Taliban kidnap victim, Linda Norgrove.

    Duration: 03:30

  • Russian decoys

    Steve Rosenberg has been to see Russia's new inflatable deterrent.

    Duration: 04:00

  • London 7/7 inquiry

    Peter Hunt is at the High Court in London for coroner's inquest into the circumstances which led to the 52 deaths.

    Duration: 02:17

  • London 7/7 inquiry

    Former MPs and relatives of those killed in the attack discuss what can come from this inquest.

    Duration: 06:15

  • Chile mine rescue

    James Menendez has the latest from the San Jose mine where thirty-three miners have been trapped underground for more than two months.

    Duration: 02:15

  • Commonwealth Games

    Professor John Brewer on the drug use that has disqualified the winner of women's 100 metres.

    Duration: 03:40

  • Monday moaning

    Researcher George Mackerron says that Monday might not be the worst day of the week.

    Duration: 02:55


  • Mon 11 Oct 2010 13:05GMT

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