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20100111

20100111

George Burley talks about the highs and lows of managing Scotland and Owen Coyle responds to negative headlines questioning his decision to move from Burnley to Bolton.

Plus, Sinitta on the humiliation of being the first to be kicked off Dancing On Ice.

Gail Emms joins the Sport Panel to discuss the terrorist atrocity on the Togo team at the Africa Cup of Nations and Owen Coyle's move to Bolton.

Our daily World Cup Guide with George Riley, profiling every team in the World Cup finals, starts with the hosts South Africa.

20100112

20100112

Sir Michael Parkinson explains what he has learnt over his year as the government's "Dignity Ambassador".

Gabby also chats to the Radio Derby presenter, Colin Gibson, who bore the brunt of Robbie Savage's now infamous rant and plays a new online game launched today on the Parliament website called MP For A Week.

Our daily World Cup Guide with George Riley, profiling every team in the World Cup finals, focuses on Uruguay.

20100113

20100113

Live from Westminster for coverage of Prime Minister's Questions, as Gabby is joined by John Pienaar and guests for reaction and political analysis. Plus the day's news and sport.

20100114

20100114

Douglas Alexander, the International Development Secretary, tells Gabby about British aid being sent to Haiti.

A vet at the PDSA and the Secretary of the Kennel Club react to news that an inquiry has called for big changes in the way pedigree dogs are bred, kept and sold in Britain.

Plus reports on the death of R&B singer Teddy Pendergrass, new figures that show only eight percent of primary school teachers are male and police officers using their riot shields as sledges.

Our daily World Cup Guide with George Riley, profiling every team in the World Cup finals, focuses on France.

20100115

20100115

Latest reports from around the UK, including sport, politics and money news.

Michael Vaughan, Oliver Holt and Jacqui Oatley make up the Sports Panel.

Our daily World Cup Guide with George Riley focuses on the musical side of football's greatest tournament.

20100118

20100118

A new lunchtime programme of news stories from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics and money news.

20100119

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

20100120

20100120

Live from Westminster for coverage of Prime Minister's Questions, as Gabby is joined by John Pienaar and guests for reaction and political analysis. Plus the day's news and sport.

20100121

20100121

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

20100122

20100122

Children's Secretary Ed Balls reacts to the sentencing of two brothers from Edlington that attacked and tortured two other boys.

The Sports Panel featuring Dan Walker, Lawrie Sanchez and Paul Kelso discuss the magic of the FA Cup, West Ham's transfer ambitions and the spat between Carlos Tevez and Gary Neville.

20100125

20100125

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

20100126

20100126

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

20100127

20100127

Live from Westminster for coverage of Prime Minister's Questions, as Gabby is joined by John Pienaar and guests for reaction and political analysis. Plus the day's news and sport.

20100128

20100128

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

20100430

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

20110201

Personal accounts from British people caught up in the protests in Egypt. Dr Hilary Jones discusses the best ways to train for a marathon with Sally Gunnell and the health team also discuss the possible consequences of using over-the-counter paternity tests and safety concerns about electric cigarettes.

20110202
20110202

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

Joining Gabby, 5 live's chief political correspondent John Pienaar, David Akinsayaa, a writer and broadcaster with a special interest in care and prison issues, and Kevin Maguire, associate editor at the Daily Mirror.

This week's guests on the MPs Panel are Michael Fallon, Conservative deputy party chairman and also a member of the Treasury Select Committee, Meg Hillier, shadow secretary of state for energy and climate change, and John Thurso, Liberal Democrat MP for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross and also a member of the Treasury Select Committee.

Topics for debate include plans to sell off forests, and whether public spending cuts will be 'formidably hard to deliver' and an economic 'Plan B' is needed.

Also, we're live in Cairo's Tahrir Square where pro-Mubarak protestors battle opposition campaigners. Our correspondent Kevin Connolly describes "scenes of great passion and intensity turning to violence".

And we hear from Australians preparing for the Queensland cyclone.

Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twiiter: @Gabby_Logan or @bbc5live.

20110203
20110203

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan. Including sport, politics, and money news.

The consumer team talk travel - there are plans for better protection for travellers when things go wrong on holiday. There's also a look at whether we can trust online review sites.

New York is about to bring in a ban on smoking in all public areas. We look at how lighting up in the park could be outlawed.

Plus the latest on the unrest in Egypt.

Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twiiter: @Gabby_Logan or @bbc5live.

20110204

Rachel Burden sits in for Gabby Logan, with news and sport from around the UK.

The sport team has the latest on the three Pakistan cricketers and a sport agent charged with conspiracy to cheat.

They also discuss the Six Nations and Gary Neville.

Also in the programme, Business Secretary Vince Cable on government investment, and a press photographer on getting caught up in the unrest in Egypt.

20110207
20110207

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan.

Graeme Swann and Martin Corry join the sports team, discussing a dismal debut for £50million Fernando Torres against his former club Liverpool.

Home Office Minister James Brokenshire tells Gabby about the Government's new plans to tackle anti social behaviour.

5 live's Political Correspondent Chris Mason gives details of a report into the Lockerbie bombing which says the last Labour government did "all it could" to help Libya secure the release of the bomber.

And Elton John discusses his new movie, Gnomeo and Juliet, and tells Colin Paterson how he manages without a mobile phone.

20110208
20110208

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan.

Including in the first hour, the health team with the latest stories from the world of medicine, looking at stillbirth, tinnitus and the possible link between IQ and food.

Author and so-called 'Tiger Mum' Amy Chua explains why being a pushy parent with a strict and rigorous approach is definitely for the best.

There's more on the story from 5 live Breakfast about the increase in popularity of mephedrone or 'Meow Meow', despite being classified a Class B drug last year.

The Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith delivers his speech about the importance of the state financially supporting couples who want to marry.

The former chairman of the Football Association is appearing before an inquiry into the governance of the English game later. Lord Triesman, who resigned last year after a newspaper sting, is expected to be highly critical of the FA, before MPs on the Culture, Media and Sport Committee.

And there's analysis of George Osborne's decision to raise the levy on the banks to £2.5bn, so that banks make a "fair contribution to closing the budget deficit".

Email logan@bbc.co.uk.

20110209
20110209

Gabby and her team of MPs are at Westminster for Prime Minster's Questions.

In the programme, the big banks strike a deal with the Treasury over "Project Merlin", the plan to encourage them to give businesses easier credit.

Also in the programme, the latest from Philadelphia on the death of a British woman who's believed to have flown there for "buttock enhancement" injections.

20110210
20110210

The consumer team on how to complain, and paid-for or 'packaged' bank accounts. Plus votes for prisoners.

Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twiiter: @Gabby_Logan or @bbc5live.

20110211
20110211

The sports panel talks about the Olympic Stadium and the Six Nations. Plus news from the UK and Egypt.

Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twiiter: @Gabby_Logan or @bbc5live.

20110214

Colin Murray sits in for Gabby Logan.

This week's sports team, Tom Rees, Luke Dorn and Dean Ashton discuss the Six Nations, inappropriate sporting celebrations, and - in the light of West Ham's miraculous comeback at the weekend - half time team talks.

As David Cameron relaunches his vision of a Big Society, shadow cabinet office minister Tessa Jowell and Dominic McDonough, a Conservative activist in Sunderland, discuss whether the idea is a cover for cuts.

And should council chief executives earn up to £300,000 a year? Catherine West, leader of Islington Council in London and the local government minister Grant Shapps MP clash over town hall pay.

20110215

News from around the UK with Colin Murray sitting in for Gabby Logan.

Ed Balls, the Chamber of Commerce and the TUC all have their say on today's news that CPI inflation is at 4%, double the government's target.

The health team looks at hypnosis in birth, care for the elderly and the rise of robots in medicine.

And as the Olympics schedule is announced, Colin hears from the man in charge of the BBC's coverage and one of Britain's medal hopefuls.

20110216

Colin Murray sits in with coverage of Prime Ministers Questions, reaction to the Home Secretary Theresa May's statement on sex offenders having the right to remove their names from the register, and a preview of Arsenal v Barcelona in the Champions League.

Including an interview with John Hunt, the son of an elderly couple mentioned at Prime Minister's Questions by Labour MP for Bassetlaw in Nottinghamshire, John Mann. Mr Hunt says he doesn't believe the Prime Minister will take up the case.

Analysing the debate in the Commons about youth unemployment, Barry Sheerman, Labour MP for Huddersfield; Claire Perry, Conservative MP for Devizes; and Stephen Williams, Liberal Democrat MP for Bristol West. Joining in the discussion, economist Vicky Pryce from FTI Consulting, and Mehdi Hasan from the New Statesman.

20110217

Colin Murray sits in for Gabby Logan.

In the first hour, the consumer team discuss the difficulties facing first time buyers, and a change in the childcare vouchers scheme.

There's latest from Devon and Cornwall Police about the arrest of a man in connection with child sexual exploitation in the Torbay area.

The Woodland Trust reacts to the Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman's announcement that the Government is scrapping controversial plans to sell thousands of acres of state-owned woodland in England.

And Olympian Duncan Goodhew tells Colin in the final few minutes why he is getting behind a campaign to save local swimming baths.

20110218

Rachel Burden sits in with the sports panel, looking ahead to the weekend's action, and the latest from Bahrain.

20110221
20110221

With George Burley and Martin Keown on the sports panel, and the latest from Libya. Text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Twitter @Gabby_Logan. Email logan@bbc.co.uk.

20110222
20110222

Gabby Logan looks at the amount of red meat we eat, skin bleaching and a new way to monitor blood pressure with the health panel, in the first hour.

There's all the latest on the earthquake in Christchurch including in the final half hour, an interview with a local MP.

Plus a look at our attitude to maths and a music blog by a premiership footballer.

20110223
20110223

Gabby Logan has the politics panel in the first hour, discussing David Cameron's foreign policy as he continues his Middle East trip, and compulsory mediation for divorcing couples.

There's also all the latest from Libya and Mew Zealand- we hear from British people who can't contact friends and relatives in earthquake-hit Christchurch.

Gabby speaks to DJ Campbell in the first hour about his new project to give talented footballers a second chance.

Plus a look the campaign to get lads' mags relegated to the top shelf.

Email logan@bbc.co.uk; Twitter @Gabby_Logan.

20110224
20110224

David Cameron says sorry for how the Government's handled the evacuation of British people from Libya. We speak to Shadow Foreign Secretary Douglas Alexander.

On this week's consumer panel in the first hour, we look at the growing link between mental health problems and debt, including a powerful interview with listener, whose debt made her feel suicidal. Also, we discuss the rising price of oil and its effect on fuel prices, and a Which? report suggesting we're getting poor advice about cheap train tickets.

We speak to the Premier League footballer who's swapped his boots for the battlefield. Former Manchester City player Lee Crooks tells about his life-changing decision to join the RAF.

Plus Stephen Nolan's in Limerick, testing the mood in the Republic as Ireland prepares for its election. And what do you think of an idea to widen the ban on smoking in Wales, to cover open spaces?

Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twitter: @Gabby_Logan.

20110225
20110225

Gabby Logan with news from around the UK. Including sport, politics, and money news.

20110228
20110228

Gabby's sports panel discusses Birningham's Carling Cup win, England's Six Nations Grand Slam prospects, and England's 338-all tie against India in the Cricket World Cup.

England, Newcastle and Liverpool legend Kevin Keegan tells Gabby why he's decided to become a mentor for a project to inspire teenagers. The youngsters will kick off their careers by trying their hand at sporting jobs, ranging from refereeing and journalism to sports presenting.

In the second hour, the latest from Libya. We hear from the daughter of a man who's been rescued by Royal Navy frigate HMS Cumberland, a British construction worker pulled out of Libya late on Friday night by the Italian Navy, and the Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt.

Plus as the High Speed Rail consultation begins, the Transport Secretary Philip Hammond and Andrea Leadsom, whose South Northamptonshire constituency is on the route discuss the plan's merits, along with Jerry Marshall from the campaign group AGHAST - Action Group Against High Speed Two.

Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twiiter: @Gabby_Logan.

20110301

20110301

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan.

This morning the health team discusses premature aging, meningitis and prostate cancer in the first hour. And we're at an Academy, talking about the scramble for school places.

Plus the latest on Libya, and NSPCC concerns over a loophole in the new vetting system.

Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twiiter: @Gabby_Logan or @bbc5live.

20110301

News from around the UK with Gabby Logan.

This morning the health team discusses premature aging, meningitis and prostate cancer in the first hour. And we're at an Academy, talking about the scramble for school places.

Plus the latest on Libya, and NSPCC concerns over a loophole in the new vetting system.

Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Email: logan@bbc.co.uk. Twiiter: @Gabby_Logan or @bbc5live.