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Lesley Riddoch travels around the UK tackling contentious issues in a series of debates.

Tonight, experts come face to face with the public to discuss failing schools.

From the Queen Mary School in LIVERPOOL

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Lesley Riddoch chairs a series of debates tackling contentious issues in locations around the UK.

With digital broadcasting just around the corner, why do so few people know about it? From the Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford.

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Lesley Riddoch is in the heart of Edinburgh's red-light district for a debate about controlling prostitution.

/ Lesley Riddoch chairs a series of debates tackling contentious issues in locations around the UK.

Tonight, experts come face to face with the public to discuss failing schools.

From the Queen Mary School in LIVERPOOL

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English regional identity comes under the spotlight in tonight's debate from the Council Chambers in Newcastle.

Following Scottish and Welsh devolution, Lesley Riddoch asks if there is any demand for regional governments for ENGLAND.

/ Lesley Riddoch chairs a series of debates tackling contentious issues in locations around the UK.

With digital broadcasting just around the corner, why do so few people know about it? From the Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford.

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Lesley Riddoch is in LONDON's Stock Exchange to ask if modern business methods, coupled with Government policies, will leave many without proper pensions.

/ Lesley Riddoch is in the heart of Edinburgh's red-light district for a debate about controlling prostitution.

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English regional identity comes under the spotlight in tonight's debate from the Council Chambers in Newcastle.

Following Scottish and Welsh devolution, Lesley Riddoch asks if there is any demand for regional governments for ENGLAND

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Lesley Riddoch is in LONDON's Stock Exchange to ask if modern business methods, coupled with Government policies, will leave many without proper pensions.