November 09, 2005

Thursday's RaW News: Insight

On Thursday's RaW News: Insight

  • The proposer of the controversial motion to ban smoking in the Students Union defends the idea, live in the studio.
  • Wetherspoons tells us that sales of drinks are likely to fall if smoking is banned.
  • In the week that the Chinese President visits the UK, the University's expert on Chinese Politics tells us whether the country poses an economic threat to the West.
  • Abortion – does a mother have a right to know?
  • And is there any good value to be had at Warwick PLC? We investigate the best and worst value meals to be had on campus.
  • Plus Best of the Blogs and a profile of France and its civil disorder.

Listen in, from 5pm, on RaW:
ON RaW 1251AM
ON RaW Online

And hear previous shows on the RaW News pages

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