Including at 6.15 the first in a week-long run of Pause for Thought segments in which well-known figures discuss their personal debt to faith. The series starts with crossover mezzo star Katherine Jenkins , whose father died when she was 15.
A topical phone-in programme, this week centred on traffic troubles. Britain's roads are the most clogged-up in Europe, fuelling a nation with the world's second-highest rate of road rage. Throughout the week Jeremy provides listeners with the chance to vote for their least favourite road vehicle, whether that be bloated 4x4s, red-light-running bicycles or slow-poke caravans.
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