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PM Warns: 'Don't Humiliate Greece'

Greek PM calls lenders' plan a "bad moment for Europe"; Salmon farming controversy

Greece's prime minister warns international creditors not to impose humiliating terms on his country as it seeks urgently needed bailout funds. We hear from Yannis Palaiologos of the Kathimerini newspaper in Athens.

We also hear from both sides of the debate about safety and sustainability in salmon farming.

Megan Murphy, bureau chief for the Financial Times in Washington, and Mark Gilbert of Bloomberg News join us to discuss the week's headlines, including Sepp Blatter's departure from Fifa, and Canada's fines on tobacco companies.

The BBC's Theo Leggett investigates the prevalence of product placement in pop music.

And presenter Tony Bonsignore is joined by Peter Ryan from ABC News in Sydney thought the programme.

(Picture: Alexis Tsipras, Credit: AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

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  • Sat 6 Jun 2015 00:05GMT

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