Tuesday 9 November

Wendi Peters - Tuesday 9 November

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Part 1: Hellos & Menu

Parts 2 & 3: Today’s Top Story
After the break: Do you and me the public have a right to know what pubilc sector workers earn? The coalition is to publish teachers’ salaries so the rest of us can see if they’re giving value for money. Is that fair?

After that it’s Wendi with the rest of the headlines.

Part 4: Water Way To Save Lives!
Our first phone in: Water way to save lives. George W Bush reckons waterboarding terror suspects saved British lives by averting atrocities here. Does that change how you feel about torture? Waterboarding - that’s simulated drowning to you sir - is considered torture by Britain but was a legitimate interrogation technique used by the US. What’s the point of signing up to the Geneva Convention if we use intel gathered by torturers abroad? We’ll hear your thoughts on that first.

Part 5: Stay Silent About Partner’s Affair?
After that: If you discovered your other half was cheating, would you keep quiet about that to save your relationship? This guy’s written to an agony aunt saying he’s terrified of telling his missus he knows she’s cheating in case she ends their marriage. What do we think about that? Have any of you done the same?

Part 6: Exposed On Line For A Free Hotel Bed
Would you take up the offer of a free hotel room if the only catch was everything you did inside would end up on the world wide web? A new hotel chain plans to offer punters just that opportunity - but will they get any takers?

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