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Planet Normal: Sue Cook on why the BBC isn't asking the right questions on coronavirus

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Hold onto your helmets, it’s another explosive week for Planet Normal, where Telegraph columnists Allison Pearson and Liam Halligan discuss their fears for tiers, shed light on some often underreported positive coronavirus survival stats and how Liam almost abandoned us for Number 10.

And filling the passenger seat this week is former BBC star and broadcasting legend Sue Cook. The former Crimewatch and Nationwide presenter airs her disappointment at the BBC’s pandemic coverage, why she now struggles to defend the license fee and shows off her stellar Welsh accent to Planet Normal’s resident Welshwoman.

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