Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians. In this episode, presenter Nihal discusses the Premier League and Game Changer with Mihir Bose.
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Steve Hewlett presents a topical programme about the fast-changing media world. In this programme, Steve discusses the future of BSkyB with or without Rupert Murdoch, and discusses the new England manager with Mihir Bose.
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Highlights from the Sony Award winning global news and current affairs programme. On air twice a day, every day of the year.
Julian Marshall and Mihir Bose discuss if there can ever be a ‘best ever’ sporting achievement. Other topics covered by the programme include Karzai: US uncooperative over massacre and who should lead the Anglicans?
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Breaking news that more than 70 people have died during riots at a football stadium in the Egyptian city of Port Said. We talk to people in Egypt. Tony gets reaction from one of the club’s spokespeople, as well as fans and journalists in Egypt and the UK.
The Government wants to attract “fewer but better” immigrants to the UK. Ahead of a speech, by the immigration minister Damian Green, we ask if the UK can attract the cream of the world’s professionals? Do they really want to come here and why?
Coppers is a fly on the wall documentary on Channel 4 with more than two million viewers. Some scenes are shocking, so we ask is policing the most difficult job in the country?
Tony talks to Ann Widdecombe. A survey and report says that older women are exploited on BBC Shows like Strictly Come Dancing. The report mentions Ann Widdecombe who was a hit on Strictly. She tells us that she doesn’t mind being a figure of fun.
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The Sunday morning magazine programme with a fresh approach to the news and discussion about the big stories of the week.
With Paddy O’Connell. News, views and discussion … with a difference.
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