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7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Penny Faust.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament Editor Jon Barton
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Disgusted and delighted listeners have their say in Chris Dunkley 's letters programme.
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By Graham Chan , read by David Tse. Horrified that their eldest son has forsaken his community for an English wife, a Chinese family close ranks and are made to confront their identity in a new land.
Producer Lisa Osborne
David is asked the impossible.
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Presented by Marcel Berlins. With the recent explosion in claims for medical negligence, Sallie Davies asks whether there is a fairer and cheaper way of compensating the victims of doctors' and health workers' mistakes.
Producer Simon Coates
Lynne Walker talks to Sir Georg Solti as he celebrates 50 years in the recording industry. Solti has worked with every major orchestra and made records ever since stereo was first possible, from his famous Ring Cycle - the first on-stereo record - through the operas of Strauss and the symphonies of Mahler.
Repeated from Saturday 7.20pm
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