The Guardian Audio Edition: Will The Bed…room tax create widespread misery? - edition 17

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In this week's edition:

• The Bedroom Tax will push up benefit bill, cause social disruption and create widespread misery, say critics. Click here to read this article. By Toby Helm and Tracy McVeigh

• Research involving 1,000 scientists has found scores of genetic markers that identify the people most likely to develop prostate, breast and ovarian cancer. Click here to read this article. By Ian Sample

• Residents and business owners in Cairo say the 12ft barriers installed by military dictatorship have changed the once vibrant streets. Click here to read this article. By Patrick Kingsley

• The Voice: Will.i.am looks like an action-figure of himself, Tom Jones is Zeus, Danny O'Donoghue's on Wikipedia. Click here to read this article. By Charlie Brooker

• Blending traditions and consistently confounding expectations, Malian singer Rokia Traoré is much more than just another global soul. Click here to read this article. By Caspar Llewellyn Smith

And our audiobook review this week looks at historical fiction, with Tracy
Chevalier's latest, The Last Runaway, and a debut novel from Elizabeth
Fremantle, Queen's Gambit.

• The Guardian Audio Edition is supported by Audible.co.uk. To listen to the audiobooks reviewed in this week's edition go to audible.co.uk/guardianaudio

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