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Women in horseracing

Jockey Michelle Payne has become the first woman to win the Melbourne Cup in its 155 year history. Also, we hear from Lesbos as migrants continue to arrive on the Greek island.

What's it like being a woman in racing? Jockey Michelle Payne said 'it's such a chauvinistic sport, I know some of the owners wanted to kick me off' after she became the first woman to win the Melbourne Cup in its 155 year history.

Also, we hear from Lesbos as migrants continue to arrive on the Greek island.

Plus, people in India discuss Shah Rukh Khan becoming the latest high profile figure to speak out against "extreme intolerance" in India.

(Pic: Australian jockey Michelle Payne gives the crowd the thumbs up Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

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