NewsPod

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Daily programme highlights from BBC Radio News. Interviews and reports from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 live, the BBC Asian Network and the BBC World Service.

Mood among Conservative delegates at conference / BBC's Director-general on Jimmy Savile allegations / Chavez scores election victory / When British cars dominated Europe.
Abu Hamza to be extradited to US / Murder arrest over April Jones / Mau Mau Kenyans win torture ruling / Public sector tax arrangements criticised / British manufacturing / James Bond at 50
Turkish Parliament approves Syrian military operations / Renewed appeal over April suspect / National Poetry Day.
Deadly blasts rip through Aleppo / Mother of missing Welsh girl pleads for help / Dying languages.
Missing British child April 'got into van willingly' / Nigerian gunmen kill more than twenty people / 'The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour.
Radical reforms of pensions in UK begins / South Africa shooting probe opens / Historian Hobsbawn dies, aged 95.
7 British tourists die in Nepal plane crash / Megan Stammers and Jeremy Forrest found in France / Tackling Spain's banking-crisis / Maker of anti- Islamic film is arrested.
Spain's government issues new Budget / Kelvin MacKenzie calls for apology from police / Crisis in West Bank's economy / How did David Cameron perform on Letterman show ?
Bomb-attacks on Syrian military HQ / Heavy rains across northern England / Choosing a new Archbishop of Canterbury / Is the US abandoning space- exploration ? / JK Rowling on what she'll write next.
Nick Clegg on Lib Dems' piorities / Search for missing 15 year-old girl / Investigation into "insider killings" in Afghanistan / Cameron to appear on David Letterman show / Rising influence of Hispanics in USA
Vince Cable announces new bank to help UK businesses / John Terry appears before FA hearing / Hardship in South Sudan / Mixed night for the British at the Emmys.
Deadly film protests in Pakistan / British minister apologises to police / University Challenge at 50.
Baby born in Camp Bastion / Police investigation into abuse allegations / China's population timebomb / Prison restaurant opens in Wales
The town where two policewomen were killed pays its respects to them, but asks: will it be labelled as a dangerous place?/ The definition of domestic violence is changed to include psychological control/ the purpose of a design museum
NATO curbs Afghan joint patrols / Police officers killed in attack in northern England / Liam Neeson on new War of The Worlds album.
Japanese firms suspend China operations / Sir Ranulph Fiennes to attempt record Antarctica trek.
Protestors attack UK embassy in Khartoum / What lessons were learned from Hillsborough ? / Afghanistan's future prospects / Kofi Annan on global spread of democracy / Legacy of the Stasi / The art of punk.
Anti-US protests across Arab world / How cyclist found bodies of Annecy victims / Hate crimes in Britain / Photos of the Cultural Revolution / Does the music album have a future ?
US ambassador killed in Libya / Nearly 300 die in Karachi fire / Iraqi police persecution of gays / Fall in UK unemployment / British youth see family as priority / The rights and wrongs of "mirror fasting".
Warning over Syrian crisis / Grand Slam triumph for Andy Murray / Impact of 9/11 on inter-faith relations / Singer making a comeback - after 41 years.