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There are two different answers, depending on the vintage of the Laguna.
On the old shape (pre 2005 facelift) your best option is to buy a CD changer interface, though this will mean disconnecting the standard 6 disc changer. The alternative is to buy an RF modulator that actually fits in-line with the aerial. As these effectively cut off the external aerial when running off the line-in, you shouldn't suffer from the interference problems that you get with the iTrip and similar devices.
On the current model, I believe there's an interface connector on the back of the amp specifically for this purpose. I'm told that the amp is in the bottom of the glove compartment, though I haven't verified this. Details on doing the same thing for the Scenic can be found on the following thread. I assume that the Laguna is the same apart from the location of the amp.
Renault Scenic - Electronics - How To - Connect an Ipod to Cabasse Auditorium Stereo
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