May 2011
Mail on Sunday;5/ 8/2011, p56
We're All In This Together Sunday, Radio 5 Live, 9.30am Tony Livesey and guests debate this week's political stories, in the first of a series of topical programmes dominating the channel's schedule today. Later, Nick Hancock chairs The Back End Of Next Week (11am), a light-hearted look at the past seven days' attention-grabbing headlines and speculation about what the man on the street will be talking about in the days to come. Finally, Tim Samuels returns with Men's Hour (9pm), the 60 minutes of radio that's dedicated to male issues.


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