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Forty years ago for Radio Times, the scientist and broadcaster James Burke predicted events in 1993. He got a lot right. So we asked him in to PM this afternoon to predict the future. The sound begins with an actor reading from the original article, written by Tony Peagam.
An extraordinary story of mistaken identity- Neda Soltani, a young Iranian woman mistaken by the world's media for Neda Agha Soltan, whose death came to symbolise the Green revolution. She spoke to Eddie Mair about her experience, starting with how she first became aware of the mix up.
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There was a remarkable example of restorative justice on a programme that went out on National Prison Radio last night featuring Ray and Violet Donovan, a couple from Surrey, talking about the murder of their son by a gang of youths in the street. In the programme they talked to a group of...
Callum is 15 and comes from Warrington. He's involved with the project My Voice run by the Reading Agency encouraging young people to take part in activities in their library. He also feels that young people are portrayed negatively by the media - and wants to change that.
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