Friday, March 11, 2011

On My LBC Show From 7pm...

7PM Japan: We woke up to the news that Japan had suffered once of the world’s worst earthquakes and was then hit by a tsunami, which is now filtering out across the Pacific. What should the response of the international community be? I’ll be speaking to the International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell.

8PM Drink driving: Positive drink drive tests went up by 14% last year even though there was a 24% reduction in testing. Is it time we got tough on drink driving again? Should we reduce the drink drive limit to zero? Guest: Steve Fowler from What Car?

9PM The state of British theatre: Theatre attendance is booming in the West End and provincial theatres are also reporting full houses. And yet some theatre purists are worried that the mini boom in theatre is being fuelled by poor quality musical productions. Does it matter that theatre in Britain has become less high brow and more populist?

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