Crime and the Press
Do Britain's newspapers present a true reflection of the level of crime in this country, or is unnecessary alarm caused by sensational reporting of the worst criminal activities? Derek asks a leading crime reporter for his view.
Producers BRIAN STEPHENS and ANTHONY CHERRY
with Crimecheck advice for parents and teachers on preventing child abuse. How should you teach children to deal with approaches from strangers and with bullying? including at 6.45 on MWonly
Sport and Classified Results
Introduced by John Benson
Take your seat in the circle for a double bill: Star Sound with listeners' requests Written and compiled by LYN FAIRHURST
Producer ANDY WILSON and at 10.30*
Your second feature:
Great Movie Musical Directors This week Paul Williams Producer TONY LUKE
presents Nightride with some of your favourite music, and some special guests in the studio to answer your questions about fighting crime, or even preventing it happening.
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