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Rio Tinto's boss is quitting after the destruction of Aboriginal sites in Australia. Patrick O'Leary is from the organisation Country Needs People, and tells us about the cultural importance of the sites destroyed by the mining giant. And we get further perspective on Jean-Sébastien Jacques' decision to step down from Aidan Davy, chief operating officer at the International Council for Mining and Metals. Also in the programme, the UK has finalised a trade deal with Japan, and we examine the significance of the moment. In the Asian community, weddings often last for several days and are well known for the sheer number of invitees, their opulence and the cost. But with coronavirus putting a stop to large gatherings, the BBC's Nisha Patel has been finding out what it means for the future of Asian weddings. Plus, the Dutch airline KLM is funding trials of a V-shaped aircraft that they claim could cut fuel use, and therefore emissions. We find out whether it is a feasible alternative to the more familiar plane shape that we are all used to.