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The Agenda #4 - Deborah Jack of the National AIDS Trust

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    On the fourth episode of The Agenda, Jack Cullen and Sham are joined by Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of the National AIDS Trust which is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year. Deborah tells us about the work of the Trust over the past 25 years, why HIV testing is as important as ever and, of course, what she thinks of this weeks X Factor result.

    This episode is sponsored by - sign up to give your opinion in focus groups, you get £50 for each one you participate in AND they're donating 50p to the National AIDS Trust for every registration via the podcast before the end of November!

    We've also got a SIGNED Ben Cohen Stand Up Foundation calendar courtesy of Prowler Soho to give away. Find out how to win by listening to the show.

    Find out more about the National AIDS Trust at and follow @NAT_Aids_Trust on Twitter.

    You can also win a calendar signed by Ben Cohen thanks to Prowler Soho.

    Subscribe to the show on iTunes at

    You can send us feedback by...
    - emailing
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    - Send a text message starting with the word Agenda to 07786 200 690 (standard text message rates)

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