Parts 2 & 3: Too Quick To Save Seriously Ill Oaps?
First up: Are doctors to quick to save seriously ill, seriously old patients? A new study has found many elderly folk are even being resuscitated against their wishes. Are doctors putting their desire to save lives ahead of the patient’s right to dignified death? Maybe one of your loved ones has been put through such a trauma - if so we’d love to hear from you.
Part 4: Today’s Paper
Part 5: Putting Personal Bias Aside?
How many of you could do what beleaguered culture secretary Jeremy Hunt did, and put strong personal feelings aside when asked to sit in judgement on something. Maybe you hated this young man you worked with but then your daughter started dating him? Or you’ve been asked to judge a footie match your lad was playing in - how hard is it to play fair when you’ve got a vested interest?
Part 6: Downer On Downloads
Then: they’re outselling CDs but am I alone in having a downer on music downloads? I know they’re convenient and don’t take up much in the way of space but aren’t MP3 buyers ultimately missing out?
Part 7: Talking Telly With Kevin O'sullivan
And finally we'll be talking telly with Sunday Mirror critic Kevin O'Sullivan.
REVIEWS: Springwatch, Panorama’s insight into racism in football, Coronation Street and the last instalment of 56Up.
PREVIEWS: Gary Barlow’s Jubilee tribute On Her Majesty’s Service, and Five’s Marco Peirre White’s Kitchen Wars