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12:00 bNews with Rebecca

12:15 Metro founder Warwick Roger on the recent plagiarism by Herald/Canvas journalist Renee Kiriona. Should she get the sack? Does the paper's defence stack up? And how much responsibility should editors take for their reporters' mistakes?

12:30 Louise James from Women's Health Action Trust talks about World Breastfeeding Week, the lack of support for breastfeeding in the workplace and why employers should change their tune.

12.50 Catholic Church spokeswoman Lindsay Freer on the Vatican's new letter to bishops which has been denounced as anti-feminist.

1.15 Actors Phil Brown and Jeff Szusterman on the Silo's latest production, Tape, which starts tomorrow. A filmmaker and a dope dealer reminisce about the past and the woman who dumped one of them for the other.

1.45 Magazine Review with Imogen.

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