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Sally Bundock
Journalist, presenter of and . You can catch both on the BBC iPlayer.
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Sally Bundock 18h
A petition from sisters Ella, aged 9, and Caitlin McEwan, aged 7, will no longer give away plastic toys with meals. Apparently the benefit to the environment is marginal, have we gone too far in the war on plastic? Get in touch
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Sally Bundock 22h
In Business Briefing we take a look at latest smartphone. It's launched today but due to the US ban it's unlikely to have apps. Are you still interested? Get in touch and I'll see you at 05:00 BST.
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Sally Bundock Sep 18
What do you listen to when driving? Does it determine your speed? High tempo tunes cause motorists to drive faster and more dangerously according to a new study. Do you blast rock music to enable you to do things faster? Are you more/less productive?
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Sally Bundock Sep 18
Gorgeous, fabulous team! Happy birthday Michelle and your cake is delicious.
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Sally Bundock Sep 17
Meet Fiona Castle who was married to the extremely talented and “dedicated” Roy Castle. She is a fan of . She had some great stories to tell about hanging out with Eric & Ernie, Bruce Forsyth, Cilla Black etc at
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Sally Bundock Sep 17
Great fun to hear about what you are listening to whilst driving. Take a look at ....love your honesty and humour. Keep them coming 😊👍🏻🚗🚙🚌🏎
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Sally Bundock Sep 17
Replying to @williamcoutts
Hi William....all sorts. BBC Radio 2 a lot...showing my age :)
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Sally Bundock Sep 17
I wish it was a diamond Norman! :)) It is very precious though, it belonged to my Grandma who is no longer with us. Have a lovely day.
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Sally Bundock Sep 17
High tempo tunes cause motorists to drive faster and more erratically say experts. Songs with more than 120 beats per minute are "particularly risky". So we'd like to know do you blast rock music in the car? Does it change the way you drive? Get in touch
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Sally Bundock Sep 17
After reportedly agreed a HALF BILLION DOLLAR deal to show old episodes of . Today we want to know... was it worth it? What's your favourite binge watch? Get in touch - just use the hashtag and we'll see you at 08:30 BST
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Sally Bundock Sep 16
She has done it!! Congratulations to American swimmer who has succeeded in becoming the first person to cross the Channel between France and England a record 4 times non-stop. Sarah is 37 years old and recovering from breast cancer. Amazing and inspiring
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Sally Bundock Sep 16
Send in your nominations, I look forward to reading your stories, I'm on the judging panel
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Sally Bundock Sep 16
Emma if I wasn't "on air" I would join you.
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Sally Bundock Sep 16
has nearly done in....just a mile to go but the tide is against her. She has been swimming for more than 50 hours and has almost completed crossing the English Channel 4 times non-stop. Incredible. I spoke to Kevin Murphy who is part of the team keeping her going.
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Sally Bundock Sep 16
is losing popular US sitcom but it’s gaining in 2021 for an “undisclosed” sum. Would this encourage you to subscribe? What content do you tune in to? Get in touch
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Sally Bundock Sep 15
Oil prices spiked by nearly 20% earlier today...we'll discuss the implicaitons at 08:30 BST. See you soon...
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Alice Baxter Sep 15
If you were called into a meeting at work, who would you bring in as your support? Josh Thompson in NZ decided on a . Let & I know
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Sally Bundock Sep 15
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Sally Bundock Sep 15
Making money from misinformation - have you been inundated with information you don't need or want thanks to algorithm recommendations? Tell us how you've been impacted. Get in touch and I'll see you at 05:00 BST.
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Sally Bundock Sep 11
Is a ban of flavoured e-cigarettes the right course of action? Should other countries follow suit? Tell us what you think and I'll see you at 05:00 BST
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