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Wednesday, 18 January, 2006


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From programme producer Kate McAndrew

RENDITION

Our top story tonight concerns a fascinating document on extraordinary rendition which has come our way. Peter Marshall is checking it out.

IPCC

We're expecting the Independent Police Complaints Commission to reveal its findings into the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes in the next few days. Our reporter Richard Watson is in Stockwell, where the Brazilian was shot, looking into the themes running through the upcoming report.

ROBERT JOSEPH

At the headquarters of the IAEA in Vienna, Mark Urban has been talking exclusively to Robert Joseph, the U.S. Undersecretary for Arms Control and International Security - therefore the man who has Iran's nuclear ambitions in his inbox. The news isn't great; he concludes Europe's approach has been shattered by the country's actions.

CONSTANCE BRISCOE

Kirsty has been talking to Constance Briscoe, author of the book "Ugly", about her ascent out of the most appalling childhood to a top barrister and part time judge.

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