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20151116

The latest on the investigations in France and Belgium into Friday night's Paris attacks. Plus the European silence to remember the victims. And Martin Lewis is here with his money saving tips.

20151117

A woman who was trapped in the Bataclan concert hall in Paris says she's still trying to come to terms with what happened. Also today the government's Syria minister says the UK should still welcome refugees despite events in France. And as actor Charlie Sheen reveals he is HIV positive, we get reaction from a woman living with the virus.

20151118
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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including political discussion with our Westminster panel and coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from Parliament.

20151119

An acid attack victim calls for controls on the sale of acid to help reduce the number of people injured in attacks. Wayne Ingold had acid thrown at him in 2014 in a case of mistaken identity. He tells of the attack and his recovery, and we look at why the number of attacks of this nature has increased. Plus junior doctors have voted to strike - we hear reaction from health secretary Jeremy Hunt. And as the government announces ministers are getting a private plane to save money on air travel, we'll find out what it might look like inside.

20151120

Schools and hospitals warn of a 4 billion pound cut to their budgets. The latest on the hostage situation in Mali, and 40 years since the death of Graham Hill we look back at his life with his daughter, Murray Walker and Jackie Stewart.

20151123

The have-a-go hero injured as she tried to stop a gang of shoplifters. Callers tell their experiences of getting involved to stop anti-social behaviour. Plus the online course which allows cyclists who break the rules to avoid a £50 fine. And is it proportionate for schools to cancel class trips to London? We speak to one headteacher and a top counter terror officer.

20151124

A new study suggests bigger class sizes in UK schools would give teachers more time to get better at their job. We have the latest on the Russian warplane downed by Turkey, and the best ways to get children interested in the news.

20151125

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Clare McDonnell. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Chris Warburton. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20151130

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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20151201

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20151202

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including political discussion with our Westminster panel and coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from Parliament.

20151203

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20151204

Dentaid is a charity that delivers emergency dental care to people who can't afford it in developing countries around the world. Now they've opened their latest clinic ----- and it's here in Britain. They say too many people aren't getting the treatment they need from the NHS. We hear from people who turned up at the clinic last night, and one woman who pulled out a painful tooth with pliers. Plus reaction from Scottish businesses as engineers say the Forth Road Bridge will be closed until the new year. And twenty years ago this week, rogue trader Nick Leeson was sentenced for bringing down Barings Bank. He tells us all about the scandal that changed merchant banking.

20151207

A live broadcast from the UK's only national sperm bank. It's run by the NHS in Birmingham, and it's just celebrated its first birthday.

But in that time it's only managed to get nine new donors. WIth a national shortage of sperm donors, it means that a quarter of the sperm used for fertility treatment in this country comes from overseas. Over three hours, we look at the science and psychology behind sperm donation, talking to couples with fertility problems and the donors themselves. Adrian himself undergoes some of the tests that are part of this rigorous process, and we speak to children of donors and the scientists who make it happen.

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20151211

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20151214

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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20151215

Live coverage as British astronaut Major Tim Peake blasts off to the International Space Station. We hear from family and friends in his home village of Westbourne, as well as the astronaut Helen Sharman, his former physics teacher and schoolchildren who witnessed the takeoff. And we look at the top five British space heroes, including Colin Pillinger, Gerry Anderson and Isaac Newton.

20151216

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including political discussion with our Westminster panel and coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from Parliament.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20151223

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Chris Warburton. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20151224

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Chris Warburton. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20151228

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Chris Warburton. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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20151229

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20151230

Hundreds of homes have been evacuated and thousands left without power in Scotland and Northern Ireland as Storm Frank brings torrential rain and gales. We hear from those affected and from reporters on the scene. Elsewhere there's a new campaign calling for mothers of premature babies to be given more maternity leave. Several studies show mothers of premature babies are more likely to experience anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, and the child is more prone to infection because of their immature immune system. And former Liberal Democrat leader, Lord Campbell, former shadow home secretary and Conservative MP David Davis, former Home secretary and now Labour peer, Lord Blunkett and Stewart Hosie MP, the Deputy Leader and Economy spokesperson for the SNP look back at the year in politics.

20151231

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Sam Walker. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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3 Labour MPs, one who was sacked and two who've quit from the front bench explain why they've left Jeremy Corbyn's team. We have the first PMQs of the new year. And Battersea Dogs Home on why it's been forced to put down more dogs.

20160107

Peter Allen is joined by people affected, experts and politicians in Plonkers wine and beer bar in York -- for a live debate on how the country should be approaching the flood problem. Peter hears from people who've been flooded several times and leaders of local councils who answer questions from listeners. We're also joined by the government's new flooding envoy for Yorkshire. Elsewhere we mark the first anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo terror attacks in Paris. Meanwhile we speak to an eye witness in Paris as a man carrying a knife is shot dead after trying to enter a police station in the capital.

20160108

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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The ATP denies supressing allegations as secret files show no action was taken aganist 16 top-50 ranked tennis players flagged up to the sport's anti-corruption unit over the last decade. A betting expert explains how the syndicates behind the corruption work. More than a thousand job losses are confirmed at TATA Steel. We hear from ex steel workers who've switched careers. Martin Lewis covers money issues, including lowest ever loan interest rates - and the cash wasted on uncancelled Direct Debits.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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A soldier who was the face of the 2012 Poppy Appeal has been forced to remortgage his home to pay for pioneering surgery in Australia to get new legs. Clive Smith lost both his legs in a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's Helmand province. Since then the pain he has suffered from the artificial limbs he received on the NHS has led to him being confined to a wheelchair. Clive tells Peter he's disappointed that NHS prosthetic care wasn't good enough to help him. Also today, was an unidentified man found near a plane crash site paying a final pilgrimage before he died? And it's our weekly MPs panel. Amongst other issues, we debate the merits of wearing pyjamas for the school run.

20160128

Staff tell us that Fixed Odds Betting Terminals are leading to more and more violence in betting shops. The machines are known as the 'crack cocaine of gambling' and they're driving users into a rage. Also today, as a french prosecutor tells us British criminal gangs are behind some of the violence in migrant camps, we're live at a camp in Dunkirk. Operation waiting times in Wales are under the spotlight - one patient tells us what it's like knowing he'll wait longer for a procedure in Wales than he would across the border. We hear from the man who travelled from Sheffield to Essex via BERLIN - because it was cheaper. Plus we ask Stuart Pearce why he's about to play for one of the worst teams in England.

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Sunderland FC install a sensory room for autistic fans at the Stadium of Light. It's the idea of Peter and Kate Shippey who tell us about going to the football with their 8 year old autistic son. Plus a Top Gear superfan reacts to news that Matt LeBlanc is joining the show - and Peter Allen is surprised in the studio on his 70th birthday.

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The new chief executive of Relate, Chris Sherwood, tells us technology is causing tension in modern relationships. He warns sexting, dating apps and social media all bring new challenges. Plus the estate agent who sold a "mouldy" flat for £22k over the asking price. And why a frozen rabbit brain has taken scientists a step closer to bringing back the dead.

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Andrew Blades was a volunteer police officer who used his car to block the path of a group of young people riding off-road bikes around a housing estate. He said he was trying to protect a fellow officer -- BUT it was HIM who ended up with the criminal record for dangerous driving. Plus reaction from junior doctors as health secretary Jeremy Hunt imposes a new contract on medics. And after Liverpool scrapped the ticket price increase after a mass walk-out at Anfield, will other clubs' fans follow suit?

20160212

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Charlie Charlton. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20160217

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20160218

5 live Daily is given exclusive access to Eurotunnel's £30m security operation at Calais. We hear from Eurotunnel bosses about how the numbers trying to break into the terminal have dropped to zero - from two-thousand a night at its peak. Plus the mother hoping a landmark ruling on joint enterprise may see her son freed for his part in the murder of a man in Liverpool. And can your contactless cards be 'pick pocketed' electronically?

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David Cameron is in Brussels for talks on his European Union reforms before the remain or leave referendum on Europe. A man is killed in a suspected gas explosion at a house near York and US fighter bombers target so-called Islamic State activists in Libya.

20160219

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Goldberg. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20160222

Security might have been tightened at Calais, but 200 migrants a week are arriving at the Belgian port of Zeebrugge as people smugglers look for new routes into the UK. We speak to a former head of the UK border force about how to get on top of the problem. Also today, the man who investigated abuse by staff at the Winterbourne care home in Bristol in 2011 says "shocking" abuse and poor treatment of patients still exists across the system. Plus inside knowledge from the man who helps the Queen care for her corgis.

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We broadcast live from a care home in Lancashire putting the social care system under the spotlight. We speak to people who work and run homes up and down the UK, we talk to residents and their families, plus politicians and listeners about what the future could hold.

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The father of a gambling addict who took his own life after losing £500 on a fixed betting odds machine tells us gambling ads should be banned. John Myers' son, Ryan, died with huge debts in 2014 aged 27 - still receiving the gambling offers and emails he'd tried to opt-out of. Plus the chairman of Surrey Youth League tells why he wrote a letter to clubs - after a football ref was threatened with stabbing and a linesman headbutted all in the same weekend.

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A report finds the BBC repeatedly failed to stop "monstrous" abuse by DJ Jimmy Savile and broadcaster Stuart Hall because of a "culture of fear", The Dame Janet Smith review identified 72 victims of Savile, including eight who were raped, and 21 victims of Hall. Also today, should BT be forced to allow more competition in the UK internet market? And the Flying Scotsman heads to her new home in York.

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20160226

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Sam Walker. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20160303

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20160304

Teachers are suffering from mental health problems because of the stresses they face at work according to an education charity. Of those who have reported stress and other mental health problems, four out of five said their workload was a factor. The parents of a teenage boy who was sectioned six months ago say their son still hasn't received the treatment he needs. South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust says it is treating the case of Matthew Garnett, 15, as a priority.

20160307

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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20160308
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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Sam Walker. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20160311

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Sam Walker. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20160314

We investigate grass roots football as there are fears that amateur football clubs are closing at an unprecedented rate because they can't afford to keep going. The FA says it's doing what it can to support the amateur game - pledging £260m over the next four years to create 30 footballing 'hubs' in cities around the UK. We take a look at a new government scheme which it hopes will see millions of low-paid workers who put aside savings could receive a top-up of up to £1,200 over four years. Adrian speaks to the original Top Gear Stig, Perry McCarthy, after Chris Evans apologises for a Top Gear stunt which was filmed near a London war memorial over the weekend. And Martin Lewis is here to answer your consumer questions.

20160314

We investigate grass roots football as there are fears that amateur football clubs are closing at an unprecedented rate because they can't afford to keep going. The FA says it's doing what it can to support the amateur game - pledging £260m over the next four years to create 30 footballing 'hubs' in cities around the UK. We take a look at a new government scheme which it hopes will see millions of low-paid workers who put aside savings could receive a top-up of up to £1,200 over four years. Adrian speaks to the original Top Gear Stig, Perry McCarthy, after Chris Evans apologises for a Top Gear stunt which was filmed near a London war memorial over the weekend. And Martin Lewis is here to answer your consumer questions.

20160315

Police forces have told this programme they're unable to issue fines for people caught smoking in a car when children are present. It's been against the law since October but no-one's been fined. Also today, ahead of the budget, the chancellor has announced government backing for new major transport projects. We look at where in the UK will benefit, whether this really is a new pot of cash - and who is missing out.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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20160322

Breaking news coverage of the Brussels bomb attacks with eye witnesses from Zaventem Airport and Maelbeek Metro station - and David Cameron speaking from Downing Street.

20160324

Adrian Chiles with original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

20160325

There's a warning schools in England haven't been given enough time to prepare for tests that final year primary school pupils are due to sit in the summer. The NUT claims the government's made last minute changes to SATS and it's led to confusion and stress for pupils and parents. Adrian speaks to parents, pupils and teachers about their concerns. A Briton who was missing in Brussels since the bomb attacks in the Belgian capital has been confirmed as dead by the Foreign Office. We speak to people affected by flooding as Councils say they're facing bills of almost 250 million pounds to repair damage to roads and bridges caused by last winter's bad weather.

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Former England cricketer and convicted drug smuggler Chris Lewis is giving advice to young players on what to do when they retire. After leaving the game, he was caught trying to smuggle cocaine into the UK from St Lucia. Now he's touring the country, urging players to have a sensible plan when they stop playing cricket.

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Peter Allen with original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK. Including listener stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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Families affected by autism stay at home because they're worried how people will react according to a survey by the National Autistic Society. 7,000 people were questioned and 87 per cent of them said they were stared at and people made disapproving comments about behaviour displayed by children with autism. And hundreds of DIY DNA kits are being sold over the counter by retailers.

20160404

We speak to a woman who begged a judge not to send the speeding lorry driver who killed her brother to prison. We take a look at nursery opening hours and ask whether they should be extended and Martin Lewis talks ISAs and tumble dryers.

20160405

An investigation by this programme has found the number of police taking long term sick leave has gone up by a third over the past 5 years. The Police Federation says this is down to a 'perfect storm' of budget cuts, shrinking staff numbers and officers having to deal with 'highly stressful' and 'horrific' situations. So, are our emergency services given the support they deserve?

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We're live in Port Talbot talking to people affected by the Steel crisis and taking a look at some of the big issues with candidates for the upcoming Welsh Assembly Elections. We also hear from West Indies cricketer Carlos Brathwaite about the four sixes that broke English hearts, and Katherine Grainger joins us to talk about the possibility she will row in the her 5th consecutive Olympic Games this summer.

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Britain's top military commander in Libya, Colonel Rupert Wieloch, talks about the major conflicts he's been involved with and the changes facing the British armed forces. We hear from the domestic violence victim who advised the actress at the centre of the latest controversial Archers storyline. And we look back a decade on from when bird flu landed in Fife.

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The former Leeds United managing director, David Haigh, has told this programme he was beaten, threatened and 'effectively starved' while in prison for fraud in Dubai. Sam speaks to a British man who is recovering after crashing while skiing in Bulgaria and then having to escape from a pack of wolves. We hear reaction from Catholics in the UK as Pope Francis has published new guidelines on family life that argue the Church should show more understanding of modern realities.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including political discussion with our Westminster panel and coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from Parliament.

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Sam Walker with original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20160418

A soldier who won the prestigious sword of honour says the army saved him from life of crime. Kidane Cousland grew up on an estate on Tottenham and was illiterate until he was 11. And a woman who was diagnosed with a rare form cancer on the eve of her wedding talks about how she's having to raise money to fund research into her condition.

20160419

We speak to people who've confronted criminals they've seen breaking the law, including one man who performed a citizen's arrest on the tube. Justice Secretary Michael Gove outlines the case for leaving the EU. And after a man discovered a Roman villa in his barn, we look at 5 of the greatest UK archaeological finds.

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We look ahead to the elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly in May speaking to voters about what they want and the candidates about what they're promising. We also focus on the abortion argument speaking to a woman who was refused a termination despite being told during her 20 week scan that her daughter would not survive birth.

20160421

Listeners share their stories of meeting the Queen as tributes come in from the Commons to celebrate her 90th birthday. We're live in Windsor to mark the event. And we speak to Defence Secretary Michael Fallon as he watches army exercises on Salisbury Plain.

20160422

We look at new research that suggests a quarter of people say talking to their parents about going into care is the most difficult conversation they will have. Speaking to charities and people who've had that conversation. And a 93 year old man who was injured in the second world war and then became a guinea pig for plastic surgery operations.

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A new national research centre opens today, aiming to bring "hope" to the thousands of people affected by miscarriage every year. A year on from the Nepal earthquake, we hear how the area is recovering. The actor Ralf Little says he's been trolled on social media after playing in a football match for migrants in Calais.

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Sam Walker with original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Sam Walker. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20160502

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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20160503

More on Leicester's title win - the man who launched Roy of the Rovers tells us the story is too far fetched even for them.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen. Including political discussion with our Westminster panel and coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from Parliament.

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Sam Walker with original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen and Sam Walker. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20160509

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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20160510

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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Joe Smith was just 8 years old when he survived the Hillsborough tragedy and is trying to find the person who saved his life 27 years ago. Now 35-years-old, he posted an appeal on Facebook this week to try and find the man. It came after he saw himself on the man's shoulders for the first time when he watched a BBC documentary about the tragedy this week. That post has now been shared more than 125,000 times. We look at what's known officially as either multi-level marketing or network marketing - but which you might know as people on the internet trying to tell you how selling juices has changed their life. We investigate a controversial scheme in Scotland which means every child will have a named person, like a teacher or a health visitor, to look out for their welfare. Is it too much like "Big Brother" or are we just trying to protect our children ? And ahead of this weekend's Eurovision final we hear from fans who've travelled to the event.

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The Alzheimer's Society says too many people with dementia symptoms are delaying seeing a GP because they're worried their 'lives will be over.' The charity has discovered more than half of family doctors have diagnosed people who had suffered for many months and sometimes up to a year. The police and crime commissioner for Greater Manchester says a security alert which caused a mass evacuation from Manchester United's Old Trafford ground was part of a 'monumental cock-up.'.

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Live coverage of and reaction to the Queen's Speech. A deatiled look at sentencing guidelines for reckless drivers who injure or kill. And Liverpool fans ahead of the Europa League Final.

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Hillsborough survivor, Joe Smith, speaks to us alongside the man he credits with saving his life, John McMahon. He pulled eight-year-old Joe from the crowd. They tell us about that day - and how they've found each other after 27 years. And fertility expert Lord Winston speaks out about private IVF clinics. We hear from listeners about their experiences.

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Sam Walker with original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Sam Walker. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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20160530

A 15-year-old Scottish footballer has been told by Fifa that he can't play over the border in England because of international transfer rules. Louis Scott has fallen foul of the rules designed to tackle the practice of European clubs poaching Under 16s from Africa and South America. We speak to people with eczema, after the musician Eric Clapton said he was in agony while making his new album and suffers from the skin condition. We heard a specially written poem for 5 Live by the bard of Barnsley, Ian McMillan, after Barnsley FC were promoted to the Championship.

20160531

Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including your stories and contributions, plus a round-up of the day's headlines.

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Sam Walker with original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Sam Walker. Including your stories and contributions, plus a roundup of the day's headlines.

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A hospital trust has apologised to a couple who were forced to deliver their own baby because the call centre they contacted refused to send a midwife to them. Sports Direct's policy of docking staff 15 minutes pay for being one minute late is "unacceptable", founder Mike Ashley has told MPs. The Chairman of Fleetwood FC tells Adrian Chiles that the club would benefit financially if former player Jamie Vardy moves from Leicester City to Arsenal. A car bomb attack targeting a police bus has killed seven officers and four civilians in central Istanbul. UK scientists have developed a blood test to help doctors pick the best drug for patients with depression. And our regular Tuesday Top 5s feature this week is on remarkable survival stories - inspired by 7-year old Yamato Tanooka, who last week survived for five days in a remote forest, purely on water.

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With two weeks to go till Britain decides, Peter Allen hosts 5 live's EU Referendum debate from Dover Town Hall. Leave politician, Iain Duncan Smith, and Remain campaigner, Liz Kendall, face questions from an audience of listeners on issues including immigration, the economy and democracy.

20160610

We're live among the crowds outside St Paul's for the National Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen's 90th Birthday. Ahead of the service, Sam Walker speaks to members of the armed forces lining the steps and the Dean of St Pauls. On the opening day of Euro 2016 we also hear from former Wales international, Vinnie Jones, and doubles world number two, Jamie Murray, as he prepares for Wimbledon.

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Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles. Including political discussion with our Westminster panel and coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from Parliament.

20160616

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