Colin Paterson and Sarah Brett talk to Catherine Mayer about her new biography of Prince Charles, 'Charles: The Heart of a King'. Plus after 3pm the Click on 5 team will be testing robotic vacuum cleaners.
Sarah Brett and Dotun Adebayo present an afternoon of news, sport and engaging conversation. Including breaking news, big name interviews and experts on a variety of issues.
Jane Wilde Hawking was married to acclaimed physicist Stephen Hawking for 30 years. She discusses marriage, divorce and reconciliation and her life caring for her ex-husband during his long battle with motor neurone disease.
A veteran of the conflict in Afghanistan describes the reality of living with post-traumatic stress disorder after his experiences on the battlefield.
Deflationary risks explained; Tiger Woods calls it a day; and the head of the National Care Association responds to new guidance from the Care Quality Commission on the use of hidden cameras in care homes.
Plus Robert Peston on hair and handling social media abuse; and a former air stewardess explains how to deal with difficult passengers and incidents of air rage.
And from Kanye to Spiderman, Uma Thurman to Brian Williams: Helen Zaltzman, Tim Swift and Rossalyn Warren join Sarah and Dan to discuss some of the week's most discussed social media stories in The Big Share.
Chris Warburton and Sarah Brett speak to world renowned film score composer, David Arnold about scoring five James Bond films, touring the UK with his compositions and writing the music for the West End musical version of the hit film 'Made in Dagenham'. Plus after 20 years of busking on the streets of London, Si Cranstoun now has his own record deal and will be talking about his UK tour.
Harry Rednapp resigns from QPR because he says a knee operation will affect his ability to manage, we speak to Carl Froch about vacating his IBF super-middleweight crown, plus the winner of the world's biggest engineering prize, medical bioengineer Dr Robert Langer.
In TV, Dan and Sarah speak to Channel 4's Chief Creative Officer Jay Hunt, and to Michael Cockerell about his documentary "Inside the Commons".
Dan and Sarah meet Alex Lewis, who is dedicating his life to fundraising, after losing his arms, legs and lips to a bacterial infection. Plus, author and food blog sensation Ella Woodward, the skier who has recovered from a broken back, and the culmination of our month long challenge to help a family cut their sugar intake.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation.
Plus Dan is live from a special event in Westminster to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the infamous concentration camp, and Lesley Ashmall reports live across the day from Auschwitz itself. Guests include an Auschwitz survivor who will tell his full story to his 12 year old grand-daughter for the first time, the grandson of the former Kommandant of the camp, and relatives of the nazi hunter that helped bring him to justice.
Dan Walker and Sarah Brett chat to British author and Co-Founder of Bloomsbury Publishing, David Reynolds about his new book 'Slow Road to Brownsville'.
One scene in historical drama Wolf Hall was shot "actually in the room" where Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn met says director Peter Kosminsky. He said it was a "fairly extraordinary experience" for the actors to be stood "actually in the room" dressed in accurate costumes and lit "in the way it would have been in those times". Plus, Mel and Sue on their new ITV chat show and why they keep featuring cakes shaped like body parts.
Global artist will.i.am speaks live from the World Economic Forum in Davos about his attempts to drum up support for his charitable foundation supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
BAFTA award winning writer and producer Russell T Davies, whose credits include Queer As Folk, talks television taboos, Doctor Who and diversity as he discusses his new TV project Cucumber, alongside lead actor Vincent Franklin.
Former British Olympic athletes Gail Emms and Kelly Sotherton, and GB Women's Hockey head coach Danny Kerry discuss the issue of managing the impact of the menstrual cycle in women's elite sport.
The SNP says it's prepared to vote at Westminster on issues affecting England only; scientists suggest a link between so-called social jetlag and obesity-related disease; and academics assess the lasting influence of the music of Kraftwerk.
Plus in the tech hour with LJ Rich: Sarah road tests the high performance electric sports car the Tesla Model S, and guests from Volkswagen UK and Jaguar Land Rover explain the future of motoring.
Sarah Brett and Colin Paterson present an afternoon of news, sport and engaging conversation. Including breaking news, big name interviews and experts on a variety of issues.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Plus TV Screenwriter Russell T Davies and actor Vincent Franklin talk about the new Channel 4, E4 and online shows 'Cucumber', 'Banana' and 'Tofu'.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Plus Presenter and DJ Trevor Nelson talks about his new compilation called the 'Trevor Nelson Collection Volume 3'.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of news, sport and engaging conversation. Including breaking news, big name interviews and experts on a variety of issues.
"If we believe the stats I've only got another 7 months to go". 29 year old Gordon Aikman on living with Motor Neurone Disease, a condition that gradually destroys the nerves that control movement. Half of those with MND die within 14 months of diagnosis. Also, treatment for Michael J Fox's tremors included drilling holes in his brain reveals clinical neurologist Dr Allan Ropper.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Guests include English actor and writer Michael Obiora about his new novel 'Vivian's Couch' and also his role in the new Sky One series 'Fortitude'.
Sam Walker and Colin Paterson present an afternoon of news, sport and engaging conversation. Including breaking news, big name interviews and experts on a variety of issues.
Colin Paterson presents an afternoon of news, sport and engaging conversation. Including breaking news, big name interviews and experts on a variety of issues.
Colin Paterson and Sam Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Including breaking news, big name interviews and experts on a variety of issues. Guests include British actor, Matthew Baynton about the return of 'The Wrong Mans' for a two part Christmas special with James Corden.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Plus English Comedian Milton Jones talks about the art of the one liner and his new stand-up tour.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Plus Dan and Sarah speak to Hollywood actor Owen Wilson about his new film 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb'.
Guests include LA Galaxy's Robbie Rogers on coming out as a gay professional footballer. Plus Harry Hill talks about landing his first big acting role in the BBC's new family comedy, 'The Incredible Adventures Of Professor Branestawm.'.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Guests include Willy Russell, the British playwright who created 'Educating Rita' and 'Blood Brothers' talks about the single word he has chosen to light up Salford's Media City for the next 12 months. Plus Dan and Sarah speak to some of the first patients who've been taking a new drug designed to reduce alcohol dependency.
Charlatans Tim Burgess and best-selling crime author Ian Rankin on their new collaboration 'A Little Bit of Powder'. Plus Coronation Street producer Stuart Blackburn on the show's new depression storyline. And the health team are talking mental health and men's health.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of news, sport and engaging conversation.
Guests include: Crime writer Ian Rankin and Tim Burgess from the Charlatans' on their new collaboration for Oxfam.
We hear about the young mother facing a legal battle to have her late partner named as the father of their child.
And in our health hour: Coronation Street executive producer Stuart Blackburn on writing the depression storyline for Steve McDonald in the soap. Men's health specialist Peter Baker and mental health expert Laura Lejeune also discuss the issue of depression.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker are live at Earls Court as the acts rehearse ahead of the BBC Music Awards. Guests include 'Up In the Air' author Walter Kirn on being conned by a murderer and serial imposter and rising young comedian James Acaster.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Plus the Head of the Aspinall Foundation Damian Aspinall on the foundation's 30th anniversary and a life spent with animals.
Plus in the TV Hour, Richard Parry on the process of Dismantling Camp Bastion, and Jason Watkins, star of new TV drama 'Lost Honour'.
Dan Walker and Sarah Brett talk to Priscilla Presley. Plus we will join acclaimed astronaut Chris Hadfield at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry in front of a live audience.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Guests include Olympic Boxer Nicola Adams and Professor Mona Siddiqui on challenging stereotypes and changing attitudes towards Islam.
Plus in Health this week: how do we address the growing problem of physical inactivity in the nation's teenagers?
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of news, sport and engaging conversation. Guests include rapper Professor Green and Frankie Goes to Hollywood front man Holly Johnson.
Award winner Mel Woodards talks about overcoming domestic abuse and how volunteering in sport helped save her life.
And after 3, Your Question: A woman living with terminal cancer asks: should I draw up a bucket list?
Live coverage of Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement and Prime Minister's Questions with Sarah Brett live from Westminster with analysis and reaction.
Dan Walker also presents with the afternoon's news, and technology stories and our Tech Testers in Click Live.
Guests include comedian Jon Richardson on the reality of living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Plus in our TV hour we hear from musicians Larry Graham Jr and Soweto Kinch about the documentary "The Story of Funk: One Nation Under a Groove".
5Live listener and self confessed internet addict Ryan asks "should I do a digital detox?". Prince Charles is a "visionary" who will not stop "speaking out" about issues that concern him if he becomes king, a friend says. And, why are Jamaican sprinters so fast? It's all in the knees apparently.
June Steenkamp talks about getting the call to say her daughter Reeva had been killed, the trial, and how she feels about Oscar Pistorius today. She says he saw her daughter as a trophy and never loved her, and she goes on to say the Steenkamp family only accepted money from Oscar Pistorius during his trial because they faced being out on the street. Plus, Lib Dem peer Tim Razzall tells Dan and Sarah how wealthy businessmen would offer cash out of the blue for a peerage. And in Tech - Toyota unleashes the first mass market hydrogen car, and the man who can hear wifi.
US General Daniel Bolger on losing the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Russian satellite moving in mysterious ways. The TV hour looks at Premier League TV rights, fantasy drama Atlantis, Secrets of the Castle and Confessions of a copper. Plus S Club 7 talk reunions.
Dan Walker and Sarah Brett present an afternoon of stories and engaging conversation. Guests include author of the book 'Chase Your Shadow: The Trials of Oscar Pistorius', John Carlin and the UK's new Comic Laureate and graphic novelist, Dave Gibbons.
After 3pm, European 10,000m champion Jo Pavey answers listener's questions as she hosts a runner's clinic.
Plus how to stop patients and staff smoking at hospitals, double doughnut burgers and other calorie-busting foods, and the truth about gym memberships.
Singer-songwriter Sam Smith is one of Britain's rising musical stars. He chats to Dan and Sarah about going from working in a bar to selling out New York's iconic Madison Square Garden and eleven other American cities, and cleaning up at the recent Mobo awards.
Acclaimed punk poet John Cooper Clarke has influenced contemporary musicians from the Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner to Plan B. He discusses the nature of fame, live gigging, career longevity and why he believes Michael Gove was right about learning poetry by heart.
After Apple and Facebook's offer to pay their female employees thousands of pounds to have their eggs frozen in order for them to focus on their careers, we hear from women who have undergone the procedure, those who are considering it - including former Apprentice winner Michelle Dewberry - and those who urge caution.
Captain David Eagles, the British commander of the naval vessel that has arrived in Sierra Leone to help lead the fight against ebola, explains how the crew of RFA Argus will be spearheading the international effort to tackle the ebola epidemic in west Africa.
Addiction counsellor and recovering addict Sarah Graham argues against the legalisation of drugs, after a Lib Dem-led Home Office study of international drugs policy finds no link between penalising drug users and lowering addiction levels.
Leading clinical oncologist Nick van As explains the latest developments in advanced radiotherapy technology, as Tessa Munt MP tells us why she wants to see more cancer patients offered access to the cutting edge treatment.
Original grumpy old man Arthur Smith reacts to new research revealing that Britons do apparently have a genetic tendency to grumpiness.
And forty years on from possibly the most famous boxing match of all time, when the heavyweight clash between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali captured the world's attention, we relive the Rumble in the Jungle with 5 live's boxing correspondent Mike Costello.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present a round-up of the day's news, sport and interviews.
Best-selling author and queen of crime drama Martina Cole has more than twenty novels under her belt, several of which have been adapted for stage and screen. She tells Sarah and Dan how the criminal underworld has proved lucrative for someone who lives her life firmly on the right side of the law, and describes the day she very nearly threw all her manuscripts away before becoming a successful author.
Labour MP Ann Coffey speaks out ahead of the publication of her report into sexual exploitation and abuse of vulnerable children in Greater Manchester, warning that hundreds of children are at risk as a result of falling off the radar of the relevant authorities.
The Prime Minister responds to criticism from MPs who say the Home Office is failing to deal with the ongoing backlog of asylum application cases; the Serious Fraud Office announces it's launching a criminal investigation into accounting irregularities at Tesco; and the prospect of a UK-based NFL team moves closer as a new report suggests a London-based franchise could be worth over £100 million a year to the UK economy.
In our Click Live technology hour : Google seeks a cure for cancer and other diseases, the UK prepares to open the doors on the world's first cultural centre for gaming, and our tech testers try out Amazon's latest entry into the smart TV market, the Fire TV.
Plus two of British comedy's brightest female stars, Vicki Pepperdine and Joanna Scanlan on their new TV comedy Puppy Love, after the success of their award-winning nursing sitcom Getting On.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Featuring Hollywood actor and Moone Boy star Chris O'Dowd on his upbringing in the west of Ireland and thriller writer Peter James on stalking, short story writing and crime fighting.
Plus, we hear from a man who is arguing in a US court that chimpanzees should be given the same rights as humans.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Including breaking news, big name interviews and experts on a variety of issues.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Guests include author James Frey on his new book, Endgame. And a mum whose son was a victim of a knife crime asks why more isn't being done to protect young people.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Featuring author Anthony Horowitz on his new book which continues the story of Sherlock Holmes' arch enemy Moriarty. And in Click Live, Claire Lilley, Head of Child Safety online for NSPCC, takes your questions on how to keep children safe online. Our tech testers will also review the new laptop tablet hybrid from Microsoft.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Featuring actor James Nesbitt talking about his work with UNICEF. Pro darts player Phil "The Power" Taylor talks about his book "Staying Power".
And Dan Walker gets exclusive access to the Emmerdale set with series producer Kate Oates and actor Ryan Hawley. Dan discovers what it's like turning around six soap episodes a week, and how they keep the storylines fresh.
Dan and Sarah talk to Edwyn Collins about his recovery from a life threatening stroke. Caro Emerald talks about her life and music. Gloria Hunniford and Robert Hardy pay tribute to Lynda Bellingham. Plus an NHS nurse paints a bleak picture of life on the front lines of healthcare, and says her colleagues are being driven from the profession by low morale.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Including Canadian author and award winning journalist Naomi Klein, who has written a book called "This Changes Everything' Capitalism vs The Climate". Plus singer songwriter Jamie Cullum plays live in the studio.
Dan Walker and Sarah Brett explore the Price of Football in front of a live audience at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
Hear from football fans, club officials and those who run the sport about everything from the cost of a season ticket, travelling to away games, the price of replica shirts in the club shop, to stumping up for a half-time pie and cuppa.
Plus the latest in fitness technology with Click on 5.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Including Tony Blair's former chief of staff, Jonathan Powell, on why he believes that from Northern Ireland to Northern Iraq, talking to terrorists is the right thing to do. And has the world forgotten about the 200 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram? We hear from parents of the girls.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Including actor John Cleese on his book "New Memoirs - So Anyway".
From 3pm, a health special on inactivity. Official figures show about a quarter of men and half of women are missing the government's target for activity. We've uncovered figures that suggest the problem is far worse, and that only 1 in 25 of women are meeting the target.
BBC Health correspondent Adam Brimelow joins Dan and Sarah as they talk to athlete Christine Ohuruogu, plus a leading American expert on inactivity; doctors; parents and transport experts.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Guests include John Lydon on his autobiography called "Anger Is An Energy: My Life Uncensored." And "Your Question" from 3pm: A former undercover cop will ask whether drugs should be decriminalised?
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Featuring live coverage of Nick Clegg's speech to the Liberal Democrats' Party Conference. Dermot O'Leary talks about his book "The Soundtrack To My Life".
And "Click Live", our new regular technology feature. The latest news, the biggest issues, the best advice and the hottest topics from the digital world. Covering consumer technology, the web, gaming and the best of social media.
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Featuring actor, author, and television presenter Stephen Fry talking about the third instalment of his autobiography, 'More Fool Me'.
Other guests include: Claire Lillis, the headteacher of the Ian Mikardo School for boys with severe behavioural problems. Harry Smith, the 91 year old whose speech at the Labour conference created huge attention, talks about his book "Harry's Last Stand" and how we inspire young people to vote. Plus actor James Norton on his role in the new TV drama "Grantchester.".
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker present an afternoon of engaging news, sport and conversation. Featuring an investigation into livestock rustling - from one of the areas worst affected in the UK. Rio Ferdinand talks about his new autobiography.
Lynda Bellingham will be taking calls and questions from listeners for the first time since her decision to stop her chemotherapy became public.
Dan and Sarah also look at how doctors break the worst possible news to terminally ill patients, whether it should be mandatory for them to do so, and how an audit of doctors suggests that more than half don't tell patients when the end is near.