Phil Williams [5 Live]

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20100104

20100104

Former champion jockey Richard Dunwoody talks about his autobiography Method In My Madness. And comedian Tom Wrigglesworth explains how he took on Virgin trains and got an Edinburgh show out of it.

The TV Review team check out So You Think You Can Dance and Bill Bailey's Birdwatching Bonanza.

20100104

Former champion jockey Richard Dunwoody talks about his autobiography Method In My Madness. And comedian Tom Wrigglesworth explains how he took on Virgin trains and got an Edinburgh show out of it.

The TV Review team check out So You Think You Can Dance and Bill Bailey's Birdwatching Bonanza.

20100105

20100105

The Hairy Bikers discuss their new BBC2 series Mum Knows Best.

Plus, the latest twist in the tale of Iceland's economic meltdown, the impact of heavy snowfall around the UK and a look at the impact of the proposed decimalisation of the betting industry.

Including Rupert Issacson on his new book The Horse Boy plus doctor and consultant psychiatrist Theodore Dalrymple on working in an inner city hospital and nearby prison.

20100105

The Hairy Bikers discuss their new BBC2 series Mum Knows Best.

Plus, the latest twist in the tale of Iceland's economic meltdown, the impact of heavy snowfall around the UK and a look at the impact of the proposed decimalisation of the betting industry.

Including Rupert Issacson on his new book The Horse Boy plus doctor and consultant psychiatrist Theodore Dalrymple on working in an inner city hospital and nearby prison.

20100106

20100106

Former England rugby union international Brian Moore talks about his new autobiography. Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - the biopic of Ian Dury is out this week, a decade after his death. What is the legacy of the man and the musician?

Includes reaction to and analysis of the first Prime Minister's Questions of the New Year and regular updates from the Third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.

20100106

Former England rugby union international Brian Moore talks about his new autobiography. Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll - the biopic of Ian Dury is out this week, a decade after his death. What is the legacy of the man and the musician?

Includes reaction to and analysis of the first Prime Minister's Questions of the New Year and regular updates from the Third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.

20100107

20100107

Jimi Mistry talks about his new film Exam and neuroscientist Dr Kerry Spackman discusses his book The Winner's Bible. Plus coverage of the end to the 3rd Test in South Africa.

20100107

Jimi Mistry talks about his new film Exam and neuroscientist Dr Kerry Spackman discusses his book The Winner's Bible. Plus coverage of the end to the 3rd Test in South Africa.

20100108

20100108

Des Kelly, Mick Dennis, Nigel Adderley and Steve Davies join Phil's Sports Team to discuss the Africa Cup of Nations and the Masters Snooker.

20100108

Des Kelly, Mick Dennis, Nigel Adderley and Steve Davies join Phil's Sports Team to discuss the Africa Cup of Nations and the Masters Snooker.

20130513

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20130514

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20130515

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20130520

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20130603

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20130604

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20130605

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20130610

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20130611

The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130612

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20130617

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20130618

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20130619

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20130624

UK tourists are fined by Portuguese police for playing bingo for biscuits in a bar.

20130624

UK tourists are fined by Portuguese police for playing bingo for biscuits in a bar.

Theresa May says claims that police tried to smear murder victim Stephen Lawrence's family will be investigated by two existing inquiries. UK expats have been fined after Portuguese police swooped on a bar where a game of bingo was being played for biscuits.

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20130625

Michael Mansfield QC accuses the Met police of 'institutional deceit'.

Michael Mansfield QC accuses the Met police of "institutional deceit" and will meet Theresa May on Thursday with Doreen Lawrence to discuss the police bugging allegations. Phil also speaks to former senior Met officer Brian Paddick.

As Edward Snowden reportedly waits in the transit area of Moscow, the Russians refuse to hand him over. Phil asks a former Kremlin advisor what the Russians are up to.

And with Glastonbury approaching, the BBC's Jo Whiley tells us her festival highlights, and we speak to the organisers of T in the Park and Enchanted in Essex about how hard it can be to keep an event going during the downturn...

20130626

The chancellor, George Osborne sets out his spending review. Our panel give their reaction. Thirty million pounds in compensation for the women who were forced to work in Ireland's Magdelene laundries. Grid Talk with 5 live's F1 team ahead of the British Grand Prix. And celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck is the midnight expert.

20130701

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20130702

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20130703

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20130708

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20130709

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Should life mean life? An EU court rules whole life sentences given to murderers are "inhumane and degrading." Phil looks ahead to the Ashes series with fans from Australia and England.

20130710

The MPs' expenses watchdog will recommend a pay rise for MPs to £74,000 but will say there should be cuts to other allowances. Postal workers are set to receive millions of pounds' worth of Royal Mail shares when the company is privatised later this year. Phil looks back at the first day of the Ashes Series.

20130710

The MPs' expenses watchdog will recommend a pay rise for MPs to £74,000 but will say there should be cuts to other allowances. Postal workers are set to receive millions of pounds' worth of Royal Mail shares when the company is privatised later this year. Phil looks back at the first day of the Ashes Series.

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20130711

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Phil hears reaction to 5 live documentary "Disabled and desperate to work". Nikki Fox investigates why getting a job is so hard for disabled people in the UK. George Osborne says he will not need to raise taxes to meet deficit reduction targets after the next election.

20130715

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20130716

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20130717

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20130718

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20130722

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20130723

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20130724

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20130725

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20130729

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20130730

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20130731

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20130801

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20130805

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Vernon-Smith sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130806

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Vernon-Smith sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130807

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Vernon-Smith sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130808

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Vernon-Smith sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130812

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130813

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130814

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130815

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130819

20130819

Ask.fm unveils changes to safety policy after parents called for it to be shut down. The US says it was given a "heads up" about the detention of the partner of a journalist who published material from whistleblower Edward Snowden. The Duke of Cambridge describes his new son, Prince George, as a "little bit of a rascal" who does not "want to go to sleep that much".

20130819

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Ask.fm unveils changes to safety policy after parents called for it to be shut down. The US says it was given a "heads up" about the detention of the partner of a journalist who published material from whistleblower Edward Snowden. The Duke of Cambridge describes his new son, Prince George, as a "little bit of a rascal" who does not "want to go to sleep that much".

20130820

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20130821

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20130822

The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130826

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20130827

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20130828

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20130829

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20130905
20130910

The latest from the UN on the Syria crisis

Reaction to Ed Miliband's speech to the TUC

Philip Pullman talks about his latest book

Chef Nisha Katona on the great British curry.

20130910

The latest from the UN on the Syria crisis

Reaction to Ed Miliband's speech to the TUC

Philip Pullman talks about his latest book

Chef Nisha Katona on the great British curry.

20130911
20130911

The BBC understands the Government will formally announce details of its plans to privatise Royal Mail on Thursday. The company will be listed on the London Stock Exchange - valued at between 2-3 billion pounds.

As Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov over next steps on Syria, a member of the defence committee in the Russian Parliament tells Phil there is currently no detail in the plan to make Syria's chemical weapons safe - and they were actually used by mercenaries hired by the West, not by the regime.

Sir Jackie Stewart talks about James Hunt, Niki Lauda and the new Hollywood film "Rush"

Plus it's Team Talk with Football Focus's Dan Walker, and 5Live's Conor McNamara.

20130923
20130923

The latest from Kenya as the authorities try to end the terrorist siege in Nairobi.

Labour delegates tell 5 live what they want to hear in Ed Miliband's conference speech.

Should children under eight be banned from beauty pageants?

Plus, cricket expert Simon Hughes on England's Ashes touring party.

20130924

Former Premier League referee Mark Halsey talks to Phil about his controversial new book, his fight with cancer, being friends with Jose Mourinho and how he feels the end of his career was soured. He also says he was disappointed never to have refereed the FA Cup final.

20130924

Former Premier League referee Mark Halsey talks to Phil about his controversial new book, his fight with cancer, being friends with Jose Mourinho and how he feels the end of his career was soured. He also says he was disappointed never to have refereed the FA Cup final.

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Reaction to US shutdown, new plans for GPs and Danny Dyer is going to be the new Landlord in Eastenders.

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Reaction to US shutdown, new plans for GPs and Danny Dyer is going to be the new Landlord in Eastenders.

20131002

A 21 and 23 year old react to David Cameron's plans that benefits paid to people under the age of 25 could be cut in an effort to reduce long-term worklessness. Plus your best and worst proposals.

20131002

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A 21 and 23 year old react to David Cameron's plans that benefits paid to people under the age of 25 could be cut in an effort to reduce long-term worklessness. Plus your best and worst proposals.

20131007

As the three main political parties reshuffle their teams, Phil brings you all the comings and goings on political reshuffle day. Former Labour Home Secretary Alan Johnson on the Royal Mail share offer. Plus entertainment news in Back Row.

20131007

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As the three main political parties reshuffle their teams, Phil brings you all the comings and goings on political reshuffle day. Former Labour Home Secretary Alan Johnson on the Royal Mail share offer. Plus entertainment news in Back Row.

20131008

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Phil speaks to the comedian Alexei Sayle about his first UK tour in nearly 20 years. New research suggests that young adults in England and Northern Ireland have some of the worst literacy and numeracy skills in the industrialised world. And we hear from Tommy Robinson on why he's left the far-right English Defence League.

20131009

Phil speaks to an expert in conflict negotiations after the Pakistan Taliban leader, Hakimullah Mehsud tells the BBC he's open to "serious talks" with the government in Islamabad. Plus he gets the latest from the British Pilots' Union, BALPA on the new European flight regulations and speaks to Adil Ray about Citizen Khan, his comedy series on BBC One.

20131009

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Phil speaks to an expert in conflict negotiations after the Pakistan Taliban leader, Hakimullah Mehsud tells the BBC he's open to "serious talks" with the government in Islamabad. Plus he gets the latest from the British Pilots' Union, BALPA on the new European flight regulations and speaks to Adil Ray about Citizen Khan, his comedy series on BBC One.

20131014

Police investigating Madeleine McCann's disappearance say it has "all the hallmarks of a pre-planned abduction". Charlotte Church criticises the "juvenile, male-dominated music industry". And Royal Mail shares start trading unconditionally on the London Stock Exchange.

20131014

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Police investigating Madeleine McCann's disappearance say it has "all the hallmarks of a pre-planned abduction". Charlotte Church criticises the "juvenile, male-dominated music industry". And Royal Mail shares start trading unconditionally on the London Stock Exchange.

20131015

A former top police officer analyses the latest revelations following the "plebgate" row. England qualify for the World Cup finals in Brazil. Phil is joined by a sleep expert to give advice to listeners.

20131015

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A former top police officer analyses the latest revelations following the "plebgate" row. England qualify for the World Cup finals in Brazil. Phil is joined by a sleep expert to give advice to listeners.

20131016

Breakthrough in America - politicians have struck a deal to end the shutdown. Breakdown at Royal Mail - postal workers have announced a strike. Phil gets reaction to England's qualification for the World Cup finals in Team Talk.

20131016

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Breakthrough in America - politicians have struck a deal to end the shutdown. Breakdown at Royal Mail - postal workers have announced a strike. Phil gets reaction to England's qualification for the World Cup finals in Team Talk.

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20131021

As another energy company increases prices, listeners get advice on switching suppliers. Criticism of the FA commission to improve the England football team.

20131021

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As another energy company increases prices, listeners get advice on switching suppliers. Criticism of the FA commission to improve the England football team.

20131022

Sir John Major intervenes in the row about rising energy prices. Sir Alex Ferguson says David Beckham had to leave Manchester United because he was 'bigger than the manager'. Phil gets advice on buying and selling homes with his midnight expert.

20131022

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Sir John Major intervenes in the row about rising energy prices. Sir Alex Ferguson says David Beckham had to leave Manchester United because he was 'bigger than the manager'. Phil gets advice on buying and selling homes with his midnight expert.

20131023

Angela Merkel calls Barack Obama about 'US spying on her phone'. As Prince George is christened with seven godfathers we'll ask how important godparents are these days. Phil previews the Rugby League World Cup.

20131023

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Angela Merkel calls Barack Obama about 'US spying on her phone'. As Prince George is christened with seven godfathers we'll ask how important godparents are these days. Phil previews the Rugby League World Cup.

20131028
20131028

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20131029

The big six energy companies explain to MPs why they've put their prices up. David Cameron defends "Mickey Mouse" degrees - should people take non-academic subjects more seriously? Israel has freed 26 Palestinian prisoners as part of the deal setting up the current peace talks. Plus mechanic Brian Miller with advice on fixing and maintaining your car.

20131029

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

The big six energy companies explain to MPs why they've put their prices up. David Cameron defends "Mickey Mouse" degrees - should people take non-academic subjects more seriously? Israel has freed 26 Palestinian prisoners as part of the deal setting up the current peace talks. Plus mechanic Brian Miller with advice on fixing and maintaining your car.

20131030
20131030

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20131104

A terror suspect escapes from a London mosque disguised as a woman in a burka. Are you wearing a poppy? How did lethal spiders from Brazil end up in a London supermarket? Plus, arts and entertainment in Back Row with Colin Paterson and Siobhan Synnot.

20131104

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

A terror suspect escapes from a London mosque disguised as a woman in a burka. Are you wearing a poppy? How did lethal spiders from Brazil end up in a London supermarket? Plus, arts and entertainment in Back Row with Colin Paterson and Siobhan Synnot.

20131105

Hundreds of jobs could be lost in the British shipbuilding industry. Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane are the new Republic of Ireland management team - reaction from Eamon Dunphy and Kevin Kilbane. Reports that super rats that cannot be killed by regular poisons are spreading across Britain. And the latest in Astronomy with Tim O'Brien from Jodrell Bank.

20131105

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

Hundreds of jobs could be lost in the British shipbuilding industry. Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane are the new Republic of Ireland management team - reaction from Eamon Dunphy and Kevin Kilbane. Reports that super rats that cannot be killed by regular poisons are spreading across Britain. And the latest in Astronomy with Tim O'Brien from Jodrell Bank.

20131106

With an increased demand on A&E, are we asking too much of the NHS? As it's announced that thousands of jobs will go across Britain's shipbuilding industry, we ask local businesses in Portsmouth how they'll be affected. Are music videos sexualising children? Team Talk with Dan Walker and Conor McNamara, and Phil's midnight guest is celebrity fitness trainer Niki Wibrow.

20131106

With an increased demand on A&E, are we asking too much of the NHS? As it's announced that thousands of jobs will go across Britain's shipbuilding industry, we ask local businesses in Portsmouth how they'll be affected. Are music videos sexualising children? Team Talk with Dan Walker and Conor McNamara, and Phil's midnight guest is celebrity fitness trainer Niki Wibrow.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20131111
20131111

John Major says the influence of privately educated people on society is 'shocking' - but what does it mean to be middle class in 2013?

Could ABBA reform?

Colin Paterson and Eamonn Forde join Phil for Back Row.

Plus, the latest on Typhoon Haiyan.

20131111

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

John Major says the influence of privately educated people on society is 'shocking' - but what does it mean to be middle class in 2013?

Could ABBA reform?

Colin Paterson and Eamonn Forde join Phil for Back Row.

Plus, the latest on Typhoon Haiyan.

20131112
20131112

Women in sport, a call to use larger mannequins to help tackle eating disorders and the Energy Secretary, Ed Davey says energy firms could be compared to "greedy bankers". Phil's Big Tuesday interview is with Shaun Ryder and Aggie MacKenzie is here with advice on cleaning.

20131112

Women in sport, a call to use larger mannequins to help tackle eating disorders and the Energy Secretary, Ed Davey says energy firms could be compared to "greedy bankers". Phil's Big Tuesday interview is with Shaun Ryder and Aggie MacKenzie is here with advice on cleaning.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20131113
20131113

The biggest shake up of A&E in England for 40 years is announced. Phil gets reaction from a GP, an A&E consultant and patients. Plus the latest on Typhoon Haiyan. Former cricketer and broadcaster Simon Hughes talks Ashes. Team Talk has analysis of all the latest football stories with Dan Walker and Conor Mcnamara. And Phil's midnight expert is Blue Peter gardener and master of all things plant-related - Chris Collins.

20131113

The biggest shake up of A&E in England for 40 years is announced. Phil gets reaction from a GP, an A&E consultant and patients. Plus the latest on Typhoon Haiyan. Former cricketer and broadcaster Simon Hughes talks Ashes. Team Talk has analysis of all the latest football stories with Dan Walker and Conor Mcnamara. And Phil's midnight expert is Blue Peter gardener and master of all things plant-related - Chris Collins.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20131118

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20131119

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20131120

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20131125

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams.

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20131126

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport.

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20131127

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport.

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20131209

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20131210

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20131211

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20131216
20131216

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20131217

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20131218

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20131219

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20131223

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport with Adil Ray sitting in for Phil Williams. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

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20131224

Adil Ray sits in for Phil Williams, and catches up with people getting ready for Christmas on the most magical night of the year.

20131230

The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20131231

Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams and hears from New Year's Eve events in London and Edinburgh as revellers see in the New Year. And 5 live listeners talk abour about their highs and lows of 2013, and what they are hoping for from 2014.

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The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140101

The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140102

20140102

The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140106
20140106

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

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20140107

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140108

20140108

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140113
20140113

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140114
20140114

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140114

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

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The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140115

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140120
20140120

20140120

West Brom sponsor Zoopla have decided to end their sponsorship of the club at the end of the season over Nicolas Anelka's 'quenelle' gesture. A controversial soap storyline comes to a conclusion tonight when Coronation Street's Hayley Cropper chooses to end her life. Rapper Professor Green talks to Phil about why suicide is the biggest killer of young people.

20140120

West Brom sponsor Zoopla have decided to end their sponsorship of the club at the end of the season over Nicolas Anelka's 'quenelle' gesture. A controversial soap storyline comes to a conclusion tonight when Coronation Street's Hayley Cropper chooses to end her life. Rapper Professor Green talks to Phil about why suicide is the biggest killer of young people.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140121
20140121

20140121

Energy bosses accused of 'complacency' over Christmas power cuts. The West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka is facing FA charges over a gesture some consider anti-Semitic. And Phil interviews one of the UK's most up-and-coming comics, Romesh Ranganathan, who used to be a maths teacher.

20140121

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

Energy bosses accused of 'complacency' over Christmas power cuts. The West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka is facing FA charges over a gesture some consider anti-Semitic. And Phil interviews one of the UK's most up-and-coming comics, Romesh Ranganathan, who used to be a maths teacher.

20140122
20140122

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow. Text: 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20140127

20140127

20140127

Environment secretary Owen Paterson faces criticism from farmers affected by flooding.

RBS may face full-year losses of up to £8bn, after the bank said it needed another £3.1bn for claims relating to the financial crisis.

Concerns are growing for the safety of a student who went missing four days ago.

Adil Ray sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140127

Environment secretary Owen Paterson faces criticism from farmers affected by flooding.

RBS may face full-year losses of up to £8bn, after the bank said it needed another £3.1bn for claims relating to the financial crisis.

Concerns are growing for the safety of a student who went missing four days ago.

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20140128

The big stories of the day as Adil Ray sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140129

The big stories of the day as Adil Ray sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140203

Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140204

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140205

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140210

Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140210

Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140211

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140212

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140217

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140218

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140219

The big stories of the day as Sarah Brett sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140224

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140225

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140226

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140303

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140304

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140305

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140310

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140311

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140312

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140317

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140318

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140319

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140319

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140324

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140325

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140326

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140331

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140401

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140402

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140407

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140408

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140409

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140414

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140415

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140416

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140416

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140417

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140421

20140421

Adrian Goldberg sits in with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140421

Adrian Goldberg sits in with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140422

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140423

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140424

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140424

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140428

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140429

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140429

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140430

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140505

Adrian Goldberg sits in with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140506

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140507

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

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20140512

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140513

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140514

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140519

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140520

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140520

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140521

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140526

The big stories of the day as Adil Ray sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140527

20140527

Students at the University of California hold a memorial service for the six students killed by Elliot Rodger last week. The broadcaster and writer Clive James talks about approaching the end of his life. Our midnight expert, Aggie MacKenzie, answers your queries on cleanliness and all things domestic.

20140527

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

Students at the University of California hold a memorial service for the six students killed by Elliot Rodger last week. The broadcaster and writer Clive James talks about approaching the end of his life. Our midnight expert, Aggie MacKenzie, answers your queries on cleanliness and all things domestic.

20140528

20140528

Reaction to the news that the owner of Manchester United, Malcolm Glazer, has died at the age of 86. Senior Lib Dem, Baroness Kramer tells us the party's had "better weeks," as Lord Oakeshott quits and says they're heading for disaster under Nick Clegg's leadership. We're live in Sunderland as One Direction start their UK tour. Plus, Chris Foy and Alastair Eykyn with a special one-off edition of Rugby Talk. And the midnight expert tonight is mechanic Brian Miler.

20140528

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

Reaction to the news that the owner of Manchester United, Malcolm Glazer, has died at the age of 86. Senior Lib Dem, Baroness Kramer tells us the party's had "better weeks," as Lord Oakeshott quits and says they're heading for disaster under Nick Clegg's leadership. We're live in Sunderland as One Direction start their UK tour. Plus, Chris Foy and Alastair Eykyn with a special one-off edition of Rugby Talk. And the midnight expert tonight is mechanic Brian Miler.

20140602

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140603

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140604

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140609

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140610

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140611

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140612

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140623

20140623

The latest on Michael Schumacher's stolen medical files. More reaction to the third British man in a recruitment video for the Islamic militant group, Isis. Plus, a look through the papers with Isabel Hardman from the Spectator.

20140623

The latest on Michael Schumacher's stolen medical files. More reaction to the third British man in a recruitment video for the Islamic militant group, Isis. Plus, a look through the papers with Isabel Hardman from the Spectator.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140624

20140624

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is found guilty in the phone hacking trial. His predecessor Rebekah Brooks is cleared of all charges. Milly Dowler's family lawyer says they're 'satisfied' with the verdicts. Also, Fifa's under pressure to investigate after Luis Suarez is accused of 'biting' an Italian player.

20140624

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is found guilty in the phone hacking trial. His predecessor Rebekah Brooks is cleared of all charges. Milly Dowler's family lawyer says they're 'satisfied' with the verdicts. Also, Fifa's under pressure to investigate after Luis Suarez is accused of 'biting' an Italian player.

20140625

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140626

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140630

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140701

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

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20140702

The big stories of the day with Colin Paterson in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140702

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140702

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

The big stories of the day with Colin Paterson in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to make the headlines tomorrow.

20140707

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140707

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140708

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140708

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140709

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140714

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140715

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140716

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140717

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140721

Phil looks at Steven Gerrard's retirement from International football and Alastair Cook's future as England's cricket captain.

20140721

Phil looks at Steven Gerrard's retirement from International football and Alastair Cook's future as England's cricket captain.

20140722

20140722

Phil gets the latest on the Malaysian Airlines plane which crashed in Eastern Ukraine. Plus he hears a live acoustic set from Bipolar Sunshine after they performed at Longitude, Lovebox and The Beat-Herder Festivals last weekend. And Louise Casey, the woman heading up the government's Troubled Families unit tells Phil the plan for tackling social problems.

20140722

Phil gets the latest on the Malaysian Airlines plane which crashed in Eastern Ukraine. Plus he hears a live acoustic set from Bipolar Sunshine after they performed at Longitude, Lovebox and The Beat-Herder Festivals last weekend. And Louise Casey, the woman heading up the government's Troubled Families unit tells Phil the plan for tackling social problems.

20140805

20140805

Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling clash in a TV debate ahead of the Scottish independence referendum - we hear from listeners who are undecided ahead of next month's vote. David Cameron defends government policy on Gaza after minister Baroness Warsi quits, calling it "morally indefensible". Elsewhere a passenger is arrested on suspicion of making a hoax bomb threat after military jets are scrambled to escort a plane to Manchester Airport. And after a journey that has lasted a decade, Europe's Rosetta spacecraft is now on its final approach to a comet.

20140805

Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling clash in a TV debate ahead of the Scottish independence referendum - we hear from listeners who are undecided ahead of next month's vote. David Cameron defends government policy on Gaza after minister Baroness Warsi quits, calling it "morally indefensible". Elsewhere a passenger is arrested on suspicion of making a hoax bomb threat after military jets are scrambled to escort a plane to Manchester Airport. And after a journey that has lasted a decade, Europe's Rosetta spacecraft is now on its final approach to a comet.

20140806

Police say two British medical students from Newcastle University - named as Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger - are stabbed to death in Borneo. London Mayor Boris Johnson confirms his intention to become an MP again at next year's general election, ending months of speculation. Elsewhere Israel offers to extend a 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza, say Israeli officials, but unconfirmed reports suggest Hamas has not agreed. And Phil looks ahead to the new football league season as part of Team Talk with Caroline Barker and Conor McNamara.

20140807

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140811

20140811

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140811

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140812

20140812

What should the UK do to combat Islamic militants in Iraq?

More details emerge about the death of Robin Williams.

The coach who spotted athletic potential in the new European champion Jo Pavey.

Music from rising singer-songwriter Luke Sital Singh.

And the new radio station targeting children as young as 3.

20140812

What should the UK do to combat Islamic militants in Iraq?

More details emerge about the death of Robin Williams.

The coach who spotted athletic potential in the new European champion Jo Pavey.

Music from rising singer-songwriter Luke Sital Singh.

And the new radio station targeting children as young as 3.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140813

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140814

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140818

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140819

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140820

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140821

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140826

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140827

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140828

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140901

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140902

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140903

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140904

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140909

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140910

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140911

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140915

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

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20140916

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20140917

A look at the big story of the day with reports and analysis, plus the latest news and sport headlines.

20140930

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141001

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141007

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

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20141008

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141013

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141014

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141015

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141020
20141020

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141021

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141021

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141022
20141022

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141027

The big stories of the day as Nihal sits in for Phil Williams, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141028

Lloyds Banking Group is cutting nine thousand jobs and closing one hundred and fifty branches over the next three years.

The Mayor of Calais has told Westminster's Home Affairs Select Committee that illegal migrants see the UK as a "soft touch" and its benefits system acts as a "magnet" to them.

The child sex abuse in Rotherham may have been underestimated.

One of the greats of British acting is proving you're never too old for a career change. At the age of 81, star of TV, stage and screen Sheila Hancock has written her first novel.

20141029

Child sexual exploitation has become a 'social norm' within some areas of Greater Manchester, according to the author of a report ordered after the Rochdale grooming case. Phil talks to Tony Lloyd, the police and crime commissioner for Greater Manchester, and Nazir Afzal OBE, the chief crown prosecutor for the north-west and the service's national lead on child sexual abuse.

Jim Murphy announces he'll stand for the Scottish Labour leadership.

Edinburgh-based hip-hop trio Young Fathers have won the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury

Prize for the best British or Irish record of the last 12 months.

20141103

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141104

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141105

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141110
20141110

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141111
20141111

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141112

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141117

The parents of US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, murdered by Islamic State, pay tribute to their son and say they will try to forgive his killers. There's been a big jump in the number of older women drinking alcohol to excess. And Back Row analyses the new Band Aid single.

20141117

The parents of US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, murdered by Islamic State, pay tribute to their son and say they will try to forgive his killers. There's been a big jump in the number of older women drinking alcohol to excess. And Back Row analyses the new Band Aid single.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141118
20141118

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141119

The Late News Hour with all the up-to-date details on a new UKIP immigration row, the latest FIFA whistleblower allegations, I'm a Celebrity quitter Gemma Collins and why she won't get paid her full fee, and the banning of a controversial US dating guru from entering the UK. Plus football chat in Team Talk and gardening advice with expert Chris Collins.

20141119

The Late News Hour with all the up-to-date details on a new UKIP immigration row, the latest FIFA whistleblower allegations, I'm a Celebrity quitter Gemma Collins and why she won't get paid her full fee, and the banning of a controversial US dating guru from entering the UK. Plus football chat in Team Talk and gardening advice with expert Chris Collins.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141124

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141125

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141126

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141201
20141201

Phil speaks to the mother of an 11-year-old victim of a paedophile doctor jailed today who says the doctor invented her son's illness so that he could continue to abuse him over a 2-year period.

He also hears from fans and critics of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who's confirmed that he'll stand down as an MP at the next general election.

And there's more reaction to the news that Liverpool football club will 'be speaking to' Mario Balotelli after the Italian striker posted an image on Instagram containing words of an anti-semitic nature.

20141201

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Phil speaks to the mother of an 11-year-old victim of a paedophile doctor jailed today who says the doctor invented her son's illness so that he could continue to abuse him over a 2-year period.

He also hears from fans and critics of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who's confirmed that he'll stand down as an MP at the next general election.

And there's more reaction to the news that Liverpool football club will 'be speaking to' Mario Balotelli after the Italian striker posted an image on Instagram containing words of an anti-semitic nature.

20141202

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141203

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141208

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141209

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141210

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141215

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141216

Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141217

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141218

In the final part of our "Learning To Walk" series, we hear the moment that BBC Disability Correspondent Nikki Fox walked for the first time in many years using a new exoskeleton.

Hear from Nikki about the experience, as well as a look at how realistic it is for these exoskeletons to become more widely available. We also catch up with Tony, who woke up in hospital to find out doctors had to amputate both his arms and both his legs.

Plus a round up of the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport. Text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20141222

The big stories of the day as Nihal sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141223

The big stories of the day as Nihal sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141224

Nihal sits in for Phil Williams with the day's big news stories for Christmas Eve.

20141229

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Overend sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141229

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Overend sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141230
20141230

20141230

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Overend sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141230

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Overend sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20141231
20141231

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Overend sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150101

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Overend sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150105
20150105

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150106

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150106

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150107

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150112

Reaction from France as it's revealed that Charlie Hebdo will feature a cartoon of the prophet Muhammad on the front cover of its next edition.

US military's Central Command suspends its social media accounts after they were hacked by a group claiming to back Islamic State militants.

And Clive Stone MBE who's battled 34 brain tumours, says people will die following the removal of funding for a special NHS scheme, The Cancer Drugs Fund.

20150113

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150114

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150119

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150120

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150120

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150121
20150121

The government's announced that it will press ahead with the introduction of standardised cigarette packaging in England. Phil gets reaction from Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, Luciana Berger, and the smoking organisation FOREST. Tributes to Anne Kirkbride are heard at the National Television Awards - we hear what happened. Plus Phil hosts Teamtalk with guests Rachel Brown-Finnis and Conor McNamara.

20150121

The government's announced that it will press ahead with the introduction of standardised cigarette packaging in England. Phil gets reaction from Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, Luciana Berger, and the smoking organisation FOREST. Tributes to Anne Kirkbride are heard at the National Television Awards - we hear what happened. Plus Phil hosts Teamtalk with guests Rachel Brown-Finnis and Conor McNamara.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150126
20150126

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150127
20150127

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150128
20150128

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150202

Which? Magazine tell Phil that energy companies could have made bigger cuts to gas and electricity prices last year, saving households an average of £145. An outbreak of bird flu has been declared at a commercial chicken farm in Hampshire, but tests have shown it's what's being called the 'low severity' H7 strain of the disease. And a bus passenger describes being on the top deck at the moment it struck a tree in London, ripping off the roof.

20150202

Which? Magazine tell Phil that energy companies could have made bigger cuts to gas and electricity prices last year, saving households an average of £145. An outbreak of bird flu has been declared at a commercial chicken farm in Hampshire, but tests have shown it's what's being called the 'low severity' H7 strain of the disease. And a bus passenger describes being on the top deck at the moment it struck a tree in London, ripping off the roof.

20150203

20150203

Phil presents a special programme from the Walton Centre in Liverpool dedicated to providing comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation for those who suffer brain injuries. Each year, around 350,000 people are admitted to hospitals in the UK with an acquired brain injury and some will end up in a coma. Phil speaks to some of the country's leading doctors , patients and families who have been helped by the centre.

20150203

Phil presents a special programme from the Walton Centre in Liverpool dedicated to providing comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation for those who suffer brain injuries. Each year, around 350,000 people are admitted to hospitals in the UK with an acquired brain injury and some will end up in a coma. Phil speaks to some of the country's leading doctors , patients and families who have been helped by the centre.

20150204

20150204

Following the resignation of Rotherham Council's entire cabinet, the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner gives his reaction to a damning report into child sex abuse in the town.

Harry Redknapp, the FA Cup, and the transfer deadline all feature on Team Talk.

And Tommy Walsh answers your DIY questions.

20150204

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Following the resignation of Rotherham Council's entire cabinet, the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner gives his reaction to a damning report into child sex abuse in the town.

Harry Redknapp, the FA Cup, and the transfer deadline all feature on Team Talk.

And Tommy Walsh answers your DIY questions.

20150209

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150210

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150211

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150216

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150217

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150218

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150223

20150223

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150223

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150224

20150224

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150224

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150225

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150302

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150303

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150304

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150304

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150309

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150310

20150310

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150310

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150311

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150316

20150316

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150316

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150317

20150317

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150317

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150318

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150318

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150323

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150323

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150324

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150325

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150330

20150330

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150330

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150331

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150401

20150401

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150401

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150406

Nihal sits in for Phil with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150407

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150408

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150413

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150414

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150415

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150420

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150421

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150422

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150427

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150427

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150428

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150429

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150504

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150505

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150506

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150511

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150512

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150513

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150518

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150519

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150520

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150520

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150525

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150526

20150526

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150526

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150527

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150601

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150602

Phil Williams rounds up 5 live's day of special reports on a real-life heart transplant. Plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150603

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150608

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150609

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150610

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150615

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150616

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150617

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150622

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150623

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150629

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150630

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150701

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150706

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150707

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150708

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150713

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150714

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150715

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150716

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150720

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150721

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150722

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150723

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150727

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150727

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150728

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150729

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150730

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150803

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

All the latest news, including new child abuse allegations related to the former PM Sir Edward Heath. Plus the former banker jailed for 14 years for Libor manipulation, the accountancy firm removing the requirement for minimum degree entry, the surprise hospital visit by the all-female cast of the new Ghostbusters movie and Back Row tributes to the late, great Cilla Black.

20150804

Greater Manchester police chief Sir Peter Fahy warns that the time and cost of tracking down missing teenagers is an unsustainable burden.

Lifelong dairy farmer Mark Oliver explains why he's quitting & selling his pedigree herd over the falling price of milk.

Olympic athletes Kelly Sotherton & Keri-Anne Payne discuss levels of sport participation & the extent of the Olympic legacy from London 2012 as the government warns of a drop-off in those taking part in regular sport.

Tributes are paid to Les Munro, after the last of the surviving Dambusters pilots passes away at the age of 96.

Fans of Benedict Cumberbatch camp out overnight in a bid to get their hands on the last few tickets to see the Sherlock star play Hamlet.

Undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather announces what could be his final ever fight in September in Las Vegas.

California residents describe first hand the extent of the devastation caused by wildfires raging across the state, after thousands are evacuated from their homes.

And midnight expert Fergus Muirhead offers timely consumer advice on personal finance, on everything from equity release schemes to so-called lost pensions and the rising cost of mortgage deals.

20150805

Live coverage of the commemorations to mark the 70th anniversary of the atomic bomb that was dropped over the Japanese city of Hiroshima, three days before a second bomb was dropped over Nagasaki. With Peter Allen in Japan and Phil Williams in the 5 live studio.

We hear a moving testimony from a survivor of the blast, as well as from one of the first British people to witness the devastation firsthand. Historian Anthony Beevor explains the background to the decision to deploy the atomic bombs against Japan, and Peter takes a tour of the Hiroshima peace garden set up to remember victims of the bombing.

And radiation expert Professor Richard Wakeford explains how atomic energy works, and a joint American-Japanese initiative exploring the longer term effects of the atomic bomb on survivors and their families.

Also tonight - the Malaysian Prime Minister confirms debris washed up on an Indian Ocean island is from the missing flight MH370.

As the troubled charity Kids Company closes its doors for the final time, Phil hears from a young woman who has come to rely on the charity's support for her survival.

Médecins Sans Frontières describe their role in the rescue operation, after the Italian coastguard says almost 400 migrants have been plucked from the Mediterranean after their boat sank off the coast of Libya.

And the view from Rio one year before the 2016 Olympics.

Plus Conor McNamara & Rachel Brown-Finnis join Phil for Team Talk to look ahead to the start of the domestic football season in England, and cast their eye over some of the new players making their debuts in the Premier League.

And why Harrogate continues to be the happiest place to live in Britain.

20150806

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150810

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150811

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150812

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150813

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150817

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150817

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150818

20150818

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150818

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150819

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150820

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150824

20150824

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150824

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150825

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150826

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150827

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150827

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150831

20150831

Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams.

Tom & Clio have both have been bullied in the past, and now work as anti-bullying ambassadors for the Diana Award. They tell Colin their experiences of bullying as it emerges a third of young people are worried about returning to class for the new school year because of bullying.

David de Gea's proposed transfer from Manchester Utd to Real Madrid collapses at the last moment - as reports in Spain suggest the necessary paperwork was not submitted in the correct file format. European football writer Andy Brassell explains how and why the widely anticipated multi-million pound deal fell through at the death.

Tributes are paid to a triathlete whose body was found after he went missing during an event near Maidstone in Kent. Coach, commentator & former international triathlete Annie Emmerson explains what precautions are routinely taken during event planning of this kind.

Two British journalists are detained in Turkey, along with their translator, charged with helping militant groups. A row breaks out over the future of the Trident nuclear programme, after the government announces a 500 million pound investment in the Royal Navy's submarine base at Faslane.

Plus in Back Row with Natalie Jamieson & Halina Watts: the return of The X Factor, Kanye West announces his intention to run for the White House, and tributes are paid to acclaimed horror film director Wes Craven.

And domestic goddess Aggie Mackenzie answers listeners questions in the Midnight Hour.

20150831

Colin Paterson sits in for Phil Williams.

Tom & Clio have both have been bullied in the past, and now work as anti-bullying ambassadors for the Diana Award. They tell Colin their experiences of bullying as it emerges a third of young people are worried about returning to class for the new school year because of bullying.

David de Gea's proposed transfer from Manchester Utd to Real Madrid collapses at the last moment - as reports in Spain suggest the necessary paperwork was not submitted in the correct file format. European football writer Andy Brassell explains how and why the widely anticipated multi-million pound deal fell through at the death.

Tributes are paid to a triathlete whose body was found after he went missing during an event near Maidstone in Kent. Coach, commentator & former international triathlete Annie Emmerson explains what precautions are routinely taken during event planning of this kind.

Two British journalists are detained in Turkey, along with their translator, charged with helping militant groups. A row breaks out over the future of the Trident nuclear programme, after the government announces a 500 million pound investment in the Royal Navy's submarine base at Faslane.

Plus in Back Row with Natalie Jamieson & Halina Watts: the return of The X Factor, Kanye West announces his intention to run for the White House, and tributes are paid to acclaimed horror film director Wes Craven.

And domestic goddess Aggie Mackenzie answers listeners questions in the Midnight Hour.

20150901

The day's top news and sport with Phil Williams. Hundreds of migrants and refugees who have been prevented from boarding trains to central Europe, spend the night in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. We hear the latest from our Europe Correspondent, Damian Grammaticas, in Budapest, and our political correspondent Chris Mason reflects on how this impacts on British politics.

As the the richest transfer window in Premier League history closes, we hear from the former Real Madrid president, Ramon Calderon, who calls the De Gea debacle a "soap opera".

And the big guest is the multi award winning crime writer Val McDermid - talking about her newest novel Splinter the Silence, online trolling, and her beloved Raith Rovers.

20150902

20150902

The chief executive of Save the Children tells 5 Live that the photo of a dead toddler on many of the UK front pages should 'concentrate the minds of EU leaders to tackle the refugee crisis facing Europe'. Meanwhile NHS staff are offered fitness classes to improve health. Plus Conor McNamara and Mark Ogden are the Team Talk pundits.

20150902

The chief executive of Save the Children tells 5 Live that the photo of a dead toddler on many of the UK front pages should 'concentrate the minds of EU leaders to tackle the refugee crisis facing Europe'. Meanwhile NHS staff are offered fitness classes to improve health. Plus Conor McNamara and Mark Ogden are the Team Talk pundits.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150903

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150907

20150907

The prime minister has told MPs that two British men fighting with the self-described Islamic State in Syria have been killed in an RAF drone strike; we get analysis from the last Attorney General and a former head of the British army. David Cameron says Britain will take 20,000 refugees from Syria, and we discuss the on-going crisis with a panel of politicians and voters. Is Sam Smith going to sing the new Bond theme? And we answer all your car questions with our midnight expert, the mechanic Brian Miller.

20150907

The prime minister has told MPs that two British men fighting with the self-described Islamic State in Syria have been killed in an RAF drone strike; we get analysis from the last Attorney General and a former head of the British army. David Cameron says Britain will take 20,000 refugees from Syria, and we discuss the on-going crisis with a panel of politicians and voters. Is Sam Smith going to sing the new Bond theme? And we answer all your car questions with our midnight expert, the mechanic Brian Miller.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150908

Wayne Rooney becomes England's leading goal scorer. Bob Pendleton, the scout who spotted Rooney playing Sunday league football as an eight-year-old, and Ray Hall, Everton Academy director when the club signed Rooney as a youngster, share their memories of the talented young footballer.

After an RAF drone strike kills two British jihadists in Syria, Phil discusses the legality and logistics of the process with Robert McCorquodale, director of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, and Dave Cummins, who has operated Predator drones for both the RAF and the US air force.

The BBC's Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen reports from on the ground in Syria, as MPs hold an emergency debate on the UK's response to the refugee crisis.

The Queen passes the record of her great great grandmother Queen Victoria to become Britain's longest reigning monarch.

Mark Morriss, frontman of acclaimed British indie band the Bluetones, chats to Phil on the eve of a UK 20th anniversary tour.

Paula Radcliffe categorically denies any form of cheating after claiming she was effectively implicated during a Parliamentary hearing into the wider athletics doping scandal.

A British man and his Salvadoran wife are reunited with their newborn son in Texas after apparently falling victim to an alleged child trafficking plot. Tanya Eiserer is a reporter for Dallas-based WFAA TV who first broke the story.

Cross-party talks on the future of Northern Ireland's regional assembly break down just two hours after they begin.

As Pope Francis announces reforms making it easier for Roman Catholics to annul their marriages and remarry while remaining in the Church, we hear from one woman going through the process of annulment.

And nutritional therapist Laura de la Harpe offers expert advice on how to eat better and lead a healthier life.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150909

20150909

Ofsted head Sir Michael Wilshaw tells Phil why he thinks children are being let down on transition from primary to secondary school.

Royal author Hugo Vickers explains why he believes the Queen has the special touch after 63 years on the throne.

A close friend of the British Airways captain who averted disaster on a flight from Las Vegas after his plane burst into flames on the runway explains how Chris Henkey has been gearing up for retirement in his local pub in Berkshire.

Nick Garnett reports live from Jordan on the plight of Syrian refugees who've fled over the border to escape the conflict.

In Team Talk: Conor McNamara & Alison Bender on Rooney breaking England's goalscoring record, and Premier League clubs subsidising tickets for away fans.

20150909

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Ofsted head Sir Michael Wilshaw tells Phil why he thinks children are being let down on transition from primary to secondary school.

Royal author Hugo Vickers explains why he believes the Queen has the special touch after 63 years on the throne.

A close friend of the British Airways captain who averted disaster on a flight from Las Vegas after his plane burst into flames on the runway explains how Chris Henkey has been gearing up for retirement in his local pub in Berkshire.

Nick Garnett reports live from Jordan on the plight of Syrian refugees who've fled over the border to escape the conflict.

In Team Talk: Conor McNamara & Alison Bender on Rooney breaking England's goalscoring record, and Premier League clubs subsidising tickets for away fans.

20150910

20150910

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150910

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150914

20150914

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150914

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150915

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150916

20150916

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150916

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150921

20150921

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150921

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150922

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150923

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150928

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20150929

20150929

Reaction to Jeremy Corbyn at the Labour party conference. A British-funded prison in Jamaica, so foreign criminals in the UK can be sent home to serve sentences in the Caribbean. Mr Smithers coming out on The Simpsons. Plus Pulp's Russell Senior on life in the band.

20150929

Reaction to Jeremy Corbyn at the Labour party conference. A British-funded prison in Jamaica, so foreign criminals in the UK can be sent home to serve sentences in the Caribbean. Mr Smithers coming out on The Simpsons. Plus Pulp's Russell Senior on life in the band.

20150930

20150930

Paedophile hunting couple tell 5 Live they 'won't stop' tracking down offenders. A new law is introduced which makes it illegal to smoke in cars in England while children are present. Plus Team Talk with Conor McNamara and Jonny Gould.

20150930

Paedophile hunting couple tell 5 Live they 'won't stop' tracking down offenders. A new law is introduced which makes it illegal to smoke in cars in England while children are present. Plus Team Talk with Conor McNamara and Jonny Gould.

20151005

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151006

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151007

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151012

20151012

Kat Weston says she hopes the footage of the her son's death in a high speed crash will save lives. Michael Owen and his friend Kyle Careford died after taking drugs and then driving at 90mph before crashing into a wall. Plus former RAF pilot Bill Ramsey describes being on board for the final UK tour of the Vulcan bomber.

20151012

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Kat Weston says she hopes the footage of the her son's death in a high speed crash will save lives. Michael Owen and his friend Kyle Careford died after taking drugs and then driving at 90mph before crashing into a wall. Plus former RAF pilot Bill Ramsey describes being on board for the final UK tour of the Vulcan bomber.

20151013

20151013

A lawyer representing 18 families of the MH17 victims estimates 'legal process could take 5 years'. It comes as Dutch investigators confirm that the Malaysian Airlines Flight, which crashed last summer, was shot down as a result of a Russian-made Buk missile.

Plus comedian Mary Bourke talks about her love of offending people while on stage performing, a lack of female comics in the UK and the challenges of stand up.

20151013

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151013

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

A lawyer representing 18 families of the MH17 victims estimates 'legal process could take 5 years'. It comes as Dutch investigators confirm that the Malaysian Airlines Flight, which crashed last summer, was shot down as a result of a Russian-made Buk missile.

Plus comedian Mary Bourke talks about her love of offending people while on stage performing, a lack of female comics in the UK and the challenges of stand up.

20151014

20151014

Jeremy Corbyn's first big test in the House of Commons, we'll look at the impact on the Labour Party as more than 20 of its MPs refuse to support a last minute change of policy. Health Inspectors say three-quarters of NHS hospitals in England are not safe enough. And tickets, pies, shirts and tea. The cost of supporting your club is revealed, and is the game becoming better value for money?

20151014

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151014

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Jeremy Corbyn's first big test in the House of Commons, we'll look at the impact on the Labour Party as more than 20 of its MPs refuse to support a last minute change of policy. Health Inspectors say three-quarters of NHS hospitals in England are not safe enough. And tickets, pies, shirts and tea. The cost of supporting your club is revealed, and is the game becoming better value for money?

20151019

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151019

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151020

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151021

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151026

20151026

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151026

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151027

20151027

Jose Mourinho gives his reaction to Chelsea's defeat to Stoke City on penalties in the Capital One Cup.

Former Top Gear script editor Richard Porter talks to Phil about Jeremy Clarkson, diplomatic incidents and the end of an era after a 22 series run that saw the programme broadcast in over fifty countries worldwide.

Accident investigators give an update into the potential causes of the Canada whale watching boat tragedy in which five Britons died, as the identities of the victims are revealed.

Nick McAleenan, a lawyer representing over two thousand Morrisons employees, explains why his clients are to sue the supermarket giant after their personal details were posted on the internet following a data breach.

And parenting expert Noel Janis-Norton and Jen Edmondson share advice with listeners on behaviour, screentime and keeping calm in the half term holidays.

20151027

Jose Mourinho gives his reaction to Chelsea's defeat to Stoke City on penalties in the Capital One Cup.

Former Top Gear script editor Richard Porter talks to Phil about Jeremy Clarkson, diplomatic incidents and the end of an era after a 22 series run that saw the programme broadcast in over fifty countries worldwide.

Accident investigators give an update into the potential causes of the Canada whale watching boat tragedy in which five Britons died, as the identities of the victims are revealed.

Nick McAleenan, a lawyer representing over two thousand Morrisons employees, explains why his clients are to sue the supermarket giant after their personal details were posted on the internet following a data breach.

And parenting expert Noel Janis-Norton and Jen Edmondson share advice with listeners on behaviour, screentime and keeping calm in the half term holidays.

20151028

20151028

Online dating fraudsters cost users more than thirty million pounds in 2014. Team Talk focuses on the future of Jose Mourinho, and Mark Thompson from the BBC's Stargazing Live takes your questions on space.

20151028

Online dating fraudsters cost users more than thirty million pounds in 2014. Team Talk focuses on the future of Jose Mourinho, and Mark Thompson from the BBC's Stargazing Live takes your questions on space.

20151102

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151103

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151104

The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151109

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151110

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151111

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151116

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

A former head of ACPO says people should not be scared about going out to watch football or music after the Paris terror attacks. The Global Terrorism Index says terrorism increased by eighty percent in 2014, with IS and Boko Haram responsible for the majority of attacks. Travel expert Simon Calder joins Phil to answer your queries about travel and security. And we speak to the pianist who drove all the way from his home in Germany, to the Bataclan in Paris, just so he could play the song 'Imagine' as a tribute to those who lost their lives in the attack on the city.

20151117

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Reaction to the death of the New Zealand rugby union great, Jonah Lomu. Phil speaks to football fans in Hannover after the match between Germany and the Netherlands is cancelled because of a bomb scare. And MPs discuss whether David Cameron should call a vote on airstrikes on Syria.

20151118

Police work to identify two suspects killed in an anti-terror raid in Paris - we get the latest from our reporters in France and Belgium.

Russia's anti-doping authority is suspended by WADA for "non-compliance".

This week's Team Talk is with Ian Ladyman and Conor McNamara.

And the midnight expert is the property analyst Kate Faulkner.

20151123

The Prime Minister sets out plans for Britain to invest an extra twelve billion pounds on defence over the next decade. The latest from Belgium as the authorities decide to maintain the highest security threat level in Brussels. As figures suggest more people in their 50s are getting divorced, you share your stories of splitting up in later life. And Phil speaks to the fourteen year old from the United States who has solved a Rubik's Cube in less than 5 seconds.

20151123

The Prime Minister sets out plans for Britain to invest an extra twelve billion pounds on defence over the next decade. The latest from Belgium as the authorities decide to maintain the highest security threat level in Brussels. As figures suggest more people in their 50s are getting divorced, you share your stories of splitting up in later life. And Phil speaks to the fourteen year old from the United States who has solved a Rubik's Cube in less than 5 seconds.

20151124

NATO backs Turkey after it shoots down a Russian fighter jet. Before the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement and Spending Review, you tell Phil the changes you want George Osborne to make. As Dorothy's dress from the 1939 film The Wizard Of Oz, sells at auction for more than a million pounds, we find out what makes it so special. The big 11.30 interview is with the award winning journalist Walter Robinson, whose work uncovered a massive scandal of child abuse in the Catholic Church in Boston. And one of our most popular midnight guests, the mechanic Brian Miller, takes your calls.

20151124

NATO backs Turkey after it shoots down a Russian fighter jet. Before the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement and Spending Review, you tell Phil the changes you want George Osborne to make. As Dorothy's dress from the 1939 film The Wizard Of Oz, sells at auction for more than a million pounds, we find out what makes it so special. The big 11.30 interview is with the award winning journalist Walter Robinson, whose work uncovered a massive scandal of child abuse in the Catholic Church in Boston. And one of our most popular midnight guests, the mechanic Brian Miller, takes your calls.

20151125

A Spending Review special with reaction to George Osborne's u-turn on tax credit cuts, news of protection for policing budgets and plans to build 400,000 new homes in England. Plus George Best is remembered 10 years on since he died, in Team Talk and we discuss the film flops of 2015 with Forbes magazine. And the new-born baby abandoned in a manger in a New York church.

20151125

A Spending Review special with reaction to George Osborne's u-turn on tax credit cuts, news of protection for policing budgets and plans to build 400,000 new homes in England. Plus George Best is remembered 10 years on since he died, in Team Talk and we discuss the film flops of 2015 with Forbes magazine. And the new-born baby abandoned in a manger in a New York church.

20151130

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151201

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151202

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151207

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151208

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151209

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151214

Retired NASA astronaut Colonel Ron Garan has travelled 71,075,867 miles in 2,842 orbits of Earth during more than 178 days in space and has carried out four spacewalks. He answers listeners' questions about life on board the International Space Station as British astronaut Tim Peake prepares for lift off on his own mission to the ISS.

Plus advice for Tim Peake from Captain Al Bean, who travelled on the Apollo 12 mission in 1969, and was the fourth man on the moon: he is one of only eight people alive today to have walked on the moon.

Natalie Jamieson & Vanessa Thorpe discuss the entertainment stories of the week, including the Star Wars premiere in Los Angeles, the final of The X Factor, Golden Globe nominations and a late night live tweeting of Love Actually from an insider's perspective.

Leicester City & Chelsea fans have their say as the table-topping Foxes inflict further misery on the defending Premier League champions.

A consultant clinical psychologist who works with families explains what's behind the significant rise in the number of newborn babies being taken into care in England.

And university graduate Zoe Turner explains how her life has changed in the year since a near-fatal car crash, when the bodycon dress she was wearing helped save her life.

20151215

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151216

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151221

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151222

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20151223

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160104

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160105

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160106

20160106

John Denham, a former Labour MP and advisor to Ed Miliband says Jeremy Corbyn has to work to unite the party after three shadow ministers quit in protest at his front bench re-shuffle. Eva Carneiro starts her hearing about unfair dismissal at Chelsea and the women's world number one darts player Deta Hedman on chasing the only title that's eluded her in a forty year career.

20160106

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

John Denham, a former Labour MP and advisor to Ed Miliband says Jeremy Corbyn has to work to unite the party after three shadow ministers quit in protest at his front bench re-shuffle. Eva Carneiro starts her hearing about unfair dismissal at Chelsea and the women's world number one darts player Deta Hedman on chasing the only title that's eluded her in a forty year career.

20160107

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160111

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160112

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160113

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160118

20160118

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160118

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160119

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160120

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160125

The big stories of the day as Sam Walker sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160126

Sam Walker presents.

After Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw lends his backing to head teachers prepared to ban pupils and staff wearing full face veils, the Muslim Council of Britain & the National Secular Society discuss the pros and cons of the issue.

As Apple reports its slowest growth in iPhone sales since the company launched nearly a decade ago, has its key product now reached its peak?

We go on the trail of the owner of the winning £33 million lottery ticket, as the city of Worcester is gripped by lottery fever.

World tennis authorities vow to clean up the sport in the wake of allegations of match fixing, announcing a major independent review.

As the clean-up continues after extensive flooding in the north of England and the Scottish borders, we hear from some of those affected one month on, to hear how they're coping with rebuilding their lives.

Cancer patient Heidi Loughlin explains her heartache at losing her baby daughter Ally Louise five days after her premature birth, and says she'd have made different decisions over her treatment had she known her daughter would die.

And leading dietician Gulshinder Johal offers listeners advice on dieting and nutrition.

20160127

The big stories of the day as Colin Paterson sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160201

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160202

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160203

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160208

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160209

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160210

Liverpool's owners revise their plan for ticket pricing, which will now see prices frozen until 2018 - we get your reaction to the news.

Vernon Kay shares his memories of the long serving chairman of Bolton Wanderers, Phil Gartside, who has died at the age of 63.

Team Talk with 5 live's Conor McNamara and James Ducker the Northern Football Correspondent for The Times.

A new midnight expert, Julie Holness from the Speakers Trust, with advice on how to make the best impression when you are faced with the daunting prospect of speaking to a crowd, whether its at work at a wedding or any other public engagement..

And why you should never feed marshmallows to an alligator.

20160215

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160216

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160217

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160224

US scientists say frequent, lower doses of chemotherapy could be more effective for treating cancer. And politicians use playground taunts at PMQs over "your mother". Adele dominates the Brits, winning four awards. Plus Team Talk with Conor McNamara and Neil Custis.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160229

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160301

20160301

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160301

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160302

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160307

20160307

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160307

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160308

20160308

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160308

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160309

20160309

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160309

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160314

20160314

Some countries affected by terrorism see a steep fall in the number of British tourists. Turkey and Egypt are the worst affected, with 59% fewer Britons booked on holidays to Egypt this summer compared to last, and 32% fewer in Turkey. We hear from a tour operator to see how his business has been affected, and speak to British holidaymakers to see if they're concerned.

The BBC's confirmed the Top Gear programme won't air footage filmed near the Cenotaph, of a stunt driver doing doughnuts. Phil speaks to a former Top Gear presenter to see what he thinks of the situation.

All the latest entertainment news in Back Row with Chi Chi Izundu and James Sloan. They're discussing festivals, Record Store Day, and the embarrassing typo found on Justin Bieber's tour merchandise. We also hear from the star of Kung Fu Panda, Jack Black.

And our Midnight Expert is the astrophysicist Professor Tim O'Brien, talking all things space, and focusing particularly on the launch of the Mars probe.

20160314

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Some countries affected by terrorism see a steep fall in the number of British tourists. Turkey and Egypt are the worst affected, with 59% fewer Britons booked on holidays to Egypt this summer compared to last, and 32% fewer in Turkey. We hear from a tour operator to see how his business has been affected, and speak to British holidaymakers to see if they're concerned.

The BBC's confirmed the Top Gear programme won't air footage filmed near the Cenotaph, of a stunt driver doing doughnuts. Phil speaks to a former Top Gear presenter to see what he thinks of the situation.

All the latest entertainment news in Back Row with Chi Chi Izundu and James Sloan. They're discussing festivals, Record Store Day, and the embarrassing typo found on Justin Bieber's tour merchandise. We also hear from the star of Kung Fu Panda, Jack Black.

And our Midnight Expert is the astrophysicist Professor Tim O'Brien, talking all things space, and focusing particularly on the launch of the Mars probe.

20160315

20160315

Police in Brussels kill one terror suspect and are hunting for more after a major security operation. The Book Phone In discusses the best books you've read this year. And should workers get compassionate leave when a pet dies?

20160315

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Police in Brussels kill one terror suspect and are hunting for more after a major security operation. The Book Phone In discusses the best books you've read this year. And should workers get compassionate leave when a pet dies?

20160316

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160321

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160322

Belgian police issue a wanted notice for a suspect after bomb attacks at Brussels' main airport and a metro station kills more than 30 people.

Why three quarters of new mothers say they experience discrimination at work, and the Chancellor, George Osborne's budget is approved by MPs after he was forced to abandoned plans to cut some disability benefits.

20160323

The Turkish President claims Brussels was warned about one of the bomb suspects after he was deported from Turkey. Olympic medal winner Jonny Brownlee talks about his year in the run up to Rio. Whizz the rescue dog wins a posthumous award for saving the lives of nine people during his life patrolling the Bristol Channel and River Severn. And chef Andrew Nutter takes your questions on preparing the perfect Easter feast.

20160324

Victims of online fraud should no longer be refunded by banks if they fail to protect themselves. That's from Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Head of the Metropolitan Police who says that the system 'rewards' the public for being lax about internet security. Adrian Goldberg asks if you've been the victim of online fraud and if you got the money refunded.

And he speaks to Coronation Street actress and disability activist, Cherylee Houston about a House of Lords report that says those with disabilities are only an 'afterthought' and that laws designed to eliminate discrimination aren't working.

Former Liverpool striker Ian St. John reflects on the death of the legendary Dutch footballer and coach, Johan Cruyff, he tells Adrian he was given a footballing lesson by Cruyff when the Reds played Ajax in the 60s.

20160328

Adrian Goldberg stands in for Phil Williams. Police shoot an armed man at the US Capitol building's visitor centre in Washington DC.

The latest from Lahore in Pakistan, as the first funerals are held for the victims of a suicide bombing, which claimed more than 70 lives.

Back Row with Radio 1 Newsbeat's Steve Holden and Georgia L.A. from Beats 1 Radio. Including the news that Dermot O'Leary is returning as the host of the next series of X Factor.

And our midnight expert is the astronomer and broadcaster Mark Thompson.

20160329

The Indian steel giant, Tata, is understood to have decided to sell off its loss-making UK business, creating uncertainty for thousands of workers.

Reaction to England's defeat to Holland at Wembley

The second instalment of our floods diary, where we get to know the people who were worst affected by the Boxing Day floods. This time we're in Mytholmroyd in West Yorkshire.

Our big interview tonight is with Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards.

And our midnight expert is the dietician Gulshinder Johal, answering all your nutrition and food questions.

20160330

20160330

The government prepares for urgent talks aimed at resolving the crisis facing the UK steel industry, after Tata Steel puts its entire UK operation up for sale, with fifteen thousand jobs at risk.

Michael Mansfield QC - who represented the de Menezes family throughout the inquest into the death of Jean Charles de Menezes and subsequent judicial review - reacts to the decision of the European Court of Human Rights not to prosecute the officers who shot the Brazilian in London in July 2005.

Gold medal winning Paralympian Hannah Cockcroft expresses her concerns about getting around in Rio de Janeiro at this year's Games after returning from a familiarisation visit to Brazil. Rio is set to close fast-track traffic lanes after the Olympics, but before the start of the Paralympics.

Phil Tufnell describes the art of so-called 'death bowling' as England's men make it through to the final of the World T20 cricket.

As photographer Spencer Tunick calls on the citizens of Hull to get naked in the name of art, former participants of his previous events recall what it's like to take part in events of this kind.

Blue Peter's Radzi explains why he's retracing the steps of Martin Luther King Jr on his childhood hero's historic civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery.

Conor McNamara & James Ducker run down the big football talking points of the moment in Team Talk.

And Midnight Expert Julie Holness offers advice on how to perfect your interview technique.

20160330

The government prepares for urgent talks aimed at resolving the crisis facing the UK steel industry, after Tata Steel puts its entire UK operation up for sale, with fifteen thousand jobs at risk.

Michael Mansfield QC - who represented the de Menezes family throughout the inquest into the death of Jean Charles de Menezes and subsequent judicial review - reacts to the decision of the European Court of Human Rights not to prosecute the officers who shot the Brazilian in London in July 2005.

Gold medal winning Paralympian Hannah Cockcroft expresses her concerns about getting around in Rio de Janeiro at this year's Games after returning from a familiarisation visit to Brazil. Rio is set to close fast-track traffic lanes after the Olympics, but before the start of the Paralympics.

Phil Tufnell describes the art of so-called 'death bowling' as England's men make it through to the final of the World T20 cricket.

As photographer Spencer Tunick calls on the citizens of Hull to get naked in the name of art, former participants of his previous events recall what it's like to take part in events of this kind.

Blue Peter's Radzi explains why he's retracing the steps of Martin Luther King Jr on his childhood hero's historic civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery.

Conor McNamara & James Ducker run down the big football talking points of the moment in Team Talk.

And Midnight Expert Julie Holness offers advice on how to perfect your interview technique.

20160331

20160331

A host of comedians, comic writers, and stars of stage and screen pay tribute to the great comic actor Ronnie Corbett, whose death was announced today. David Cameron says the government will do all it can to help the steel industry, but there are no guarantees of success. Phil talks to Australian author Graeme Simsion about his novel 'the Rosie Project', a word-of-mouth hit that's set to be turned into a major Hollywood film. And our midnight expert, Aggie McKenzie, answers all your questions about cleaning.

20160331

A host of comedians, comic writers, and stars of stage and screen pay tribute to the great comic actor Ronnie Corbett, whose death was announced today. David Cameron says the government will do all it can to help the steel industry, but there are no guarantees of success. Phil talks to Australian author Graeme Simsion about his novel 'the Rosie Project', a word-of-mouth hit that's set to be turned into a major Hollywood film. And our midnight expert, Aggie McKenzie, answers all your questions about cleaning.

20160404

20160404

The UK tax office says it will analyse leaked documents that claim to show how the rich and powerful hide their wealth. Allegations of money laundering and tax evasion have come after millions of confidential papers were leaked from one of the world's most secretive companies, a Panama-based law firm called Mossack Fonseca. The entire North Yorkshire village of West Heslerton has gone up for sale - for £20 million. We tell you everything you need to know about the new Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte. And our midnight expert Tom Cheesewright answers all your burning tech questions.

20160404

The UK tax office says it will analyse leaked documents that claim to show how the rich and powerful hide their wealth. Allegations of money laundering and tax evasion have come after millions of confidential papers were leaked from one of the world's most secretive companies, a Panama-based law firm called Mossack Fonseca. The entire North Yorkshire village of West Heslerton has gone up for sale - for £20 million. We tell you everything you need to know about the new Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte. And our midnight expert Tom Cheesewright answers all your burning tech questions.

20160405

20160405

Iceland's prime minister has resigned - the first major casualty of the leaked Panama Papers, which have shone a spotlight on offshore finance. Louis Tomlinson's grandad, Len Poulston, says the One Direction star will return the prize he won for designing Doncaster Rovers' new away shirt. Author Irvine Welsh tells Phil about the forthcoming Trainspotting 2 film, plus our midnight expert, Julia Kendell from DIY SOS, answers your questions on decorating and interior design.

20160405

Iceland's prime minister has resigned - the first major casualty of the leaked Panama Papers, which have shone a spotlight on offshore finance. Louis Tomlinson's grandad, Len Poulston, says the One Direction star will return the prize he won for designing Doncaster Rovers' new away shirt. Author Irvine Welsh tells Phil about the forthcoming Trainspotting 2 film, plus our midnight expert, Julia Kendell from DIY SOS, answers your questions on decorating and interior design.

20160406

20160406

The government is sending a leaflet to every UK household, setting out the case for remaining in the EU. The move - costing £9m - has been criticised by Leave campaigners. We investigate 'the beast of the Thames'. We bring you the latest football news in Team Talk. And our midnight expert, Bunny Guinness, answers all your gardening questions.

20160406

The government is sending a leaflet to every UK household, setting out the case for remaining in the EU. The move - costing £9m - has been criticised by Leave campaigners. We investigate 'the beast of the Thames'. We bring you the latest football news in Team Talk. And our midnight expert, Bunny Guinness, answers all your gardening questions.

20160411

20160411

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160411

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160412

20160412

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160412

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160413

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160418

20160418

A listener panel discusses a report from the Treasury, which claims the UK would be worse off if it left the EU. Phil speaks to a priest who knew the victim of a Belfast punishment shooting. In Back Row, we talk about Johnny Depp's dogs and Axl Rose fronting AC/DC. Phil's midnight experts, Eva and Nik Speakman, teach us how to combat phobias.

20160418

A listener panel discusses a report from the Treasury, which claims the UK would be worse off if it left the EU. Phil speaks to a priest who knew the victim of a Belfast punishment shooting. In Back Row, we talk about Johnny Depp's dogs and Axl Rose fronting AC/DC. Phil's midnight experts, Eva and Nik Speakman, teach us how to combat phobias.

20160419

20160419

The Foreign Office says that Harry Greaves, a British man missing in Peru, has been found dead.

The singer Lilly Allen says she felt 'victim shamed' over the way police dealt with her stalking case. Phil speaks to a solicitor who supports victims, and a former police officer.

We hear from Jenee Darden, the daughter of Chris Darden, a prosecutor in the OJ Simpson case. She reveals the impact the trial and verdict had on her and her family.

Phil's 11:30 interview is with the author Lisa Hilton. She's moved away from historical novels, to write a sex laden thriller called Maestra, telling the story of an auction house assistant who supplements her earnings at night in an escort bar. She soon becomes embroiled in a tale of scandal, murder and art theft.

And the Midnight Expert is the former Blue Peter gardener Chris Collins.

20160419

The Foreign Office says that Harry Greaves, a British man missing in Peru, has been found dead.

The singer Lilly Allen says she felt 'victim shamed' over the way police dealt with her stalking case. Phil speaks to a solicitor who supports victims, and a former police officer.

We hear from Jenee Darden, the daughter of Chris Darden, a prosecutor in the OJ Simpson case. She reveals the impact the trial and verdict had on her and her family.

Phil's 11:30 interview is with the author Lisa Hilton. She's moved away from historical novels, to write a sex laden thriller called Maestra, telling the story of an auction house assistant who supplements her earnings at night in an escort bar. She soon becomes embroiled in a tale of scandal, murder and art theft.

And the Midnight Expert is the former Blue Peter gardener Chris Collins.

20160420

20160420

Tributes have been paid to one of Britain's best-loved comedians, Victoria Wood, who's died of cancer at 62; Les Dennis and Rhona Cameron talk to Phil about her life in comedy. We analyse the week's football news in Team Talk, with 5 live's Conor McNamara, and former England and Everton keeper, Rachel Brown-Finnis. And our midnight expert, Kate Faulkner, answers your property questions.

20160420

Tributes have been paid to one of Britain's best-loved comedians, Victoria Wood, who's died of cancer at 62; Les Dennis and Rhona Cameron talk to Phil about her life in comedy. We analyse the week's football news in Team Talk, with 5 live's Conor McNamara, and former England and Everton keeper, Rachel Brown-Finnis. And our midnight expert, Kate Faulkner, answers your property questions.

20160425

20160425

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160425

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160426

20160426

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160426

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160427

20160427

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160427

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160502

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160503

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160504

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160509

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160510

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160511

20160511

Author Samantha Shannon on whether young people should read Shakespeare rather than Harry Potter. The company at the heart of a row over wearing high heels in the workplace has reversed its policy - meaning all female staff can now wear flat shoes. Plus Team Talk with Conor McNamara, Mark Ogden and Kevin Kilbane.

20160511

Author Samantha Shannon on whether young people should read Shakespeare rather than Harry Potter. The company at the heart of a row over wearing high heels in the workplace has reversed its policy - meaning all female staff can now wear flat shoes. Plus Team Talk with Conor McNamara, Mark Ogden and Kevin Kilbane.

20160523

20160523

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160523

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160524

20160524

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160524

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160525

20160525

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160525

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160530

20160530

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160530

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160531

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160601

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160606

20160606

Thirty five teenagers have been rescued from the Kent coast while on a hiking trip. How using live music can help with mental health problems. Plus spotting noctilucent clouds with astronomer Mark Thompson.

20160606

Thirty five teenagers have been rescued from the Kent coast while on a hiking trip. How using live music can help with mental health problems. Plus spotting noctilucent clouds with astronomer Mark Thompson.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160607

20160607

David Cameron & Nigel Farage answer questions from an invited television studio audience as they make their respective cases to Remain and Leave the EU in the upcoming referendum on June 23rd. Plus the view from inside the Spin Room.

As Sports Direct founder & owner Mike Ashley is grilled by MPs on working conditions faced by those employed by his company, employment lawyer Martin Pratt explains what workers are entitled to expect under the law.

Janie Frampton & Ian Ladyman discuss the confidential settlement reached by former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro at an employment tribunal involving her former club & former Blues boss Jose Mourinho.

Former Aussie fast bowler Merv Hughes on cricket, farming & veganism - after Yorkshire cricket coach Jason Gillespie's outspoken comments against the dairy industry and the use of leather cricket balls.

Flash floods cause chaos across parts of the UK; and Hillary Clinton edges closer to becoming the first female presidential nominee in US history.

Author AA Dhand chats about his debut novel Streets of Darkness, and the process of bringing Bradford's streets to life in the pages of crime fiction.

Plus Arifa Akbar & Sam Leith offer their suggestions for the pick of the other new releases worth reading this summer.

20160607

David Cameron & Nigel Farage answer questions from an invited television studio audience as they make their respective cases to Remain and Leave the EU in the upcoming referendum on June 23rd. Plus the view from inside the Spin Room.

As Sports Direct founder & owner Mike Ashley is grilled by MPs on working conditions faced by those employed by his company, employment lawyer Martin Pratt explains what workers are entitled to expect under the law.

Janie Frampton & Ian Ladyman discuss the confidential settlement reached by former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro at an employment tribunal involving her former club & former Blues boss Jose Mourinho.

Former Aussie fast bowler Merv Hughes on cricket, farming & veganism - after Yorkshire cricket coach Jason Gillespie's outspoken comments against the dairy industry and the use of leather cricket balls.

Flash floods cause chaos across parts of the UK; and Hillary Clinton edges closer to becoming the first female presidential nominee in US history.

Author AA Dhand chats about his debut novel Streets of Darkness, and the process of bringing Bradford's streets to life in the pages of crime fiction.

Plus Arifa Akbar & Sam Leith offer their suggestions for the pick of the other new releases worth reading this summer.

20160608

20160608

Wednesday night is Team Talk night and with Euro 2016 about to begin, Phil is joined by football experts from Germany, Italy and France as well as our own expert, Conor McNamara.

With just over a fortnight to go until voters decide if the UK remains or leaves the European Union in the June 23rd referendum, Phil speaks to his panel of voters who have been following the campaign issues. Tonight, Conservative MP, Sarah Wollaston revealed that she has defected from Vote Leave and will vote to keep Britain in the European Union. Will that make a difference to our panel?

Celebrity chef, Andrew Nutter tells Phil which foods you should serve for the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations this weekend.

20160608

Wednesday night is Team Talk night and with Euro 2016 about to begin, Phil is joined by football experts from Germany, Italy and France as well as our own expert, Conor McNamara.

With just over a fortnight to go until voters decide if the UK remains or leaves the European Union in the June 23rd referendum, Phil speaks to his panel of voters who have been following the campaign issues. Tonight, Conservative MP, Sarah Wollaston revealed that she has defected from Vote Leave and will vote to keep Britain in the European Union. Will that make a difference to our panel?

Celebrity chef, Andrew Nutter tells Phil which foods you should serve for the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations this weekend.

20160613

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160613

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160614

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160614

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160615
20160615

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160620

20160620

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160620

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160621

20160621

Phil Williams presents reaction to the evening's debate on the EU referendum at Wembley Arena.

20160621

Phil Williams presents reaction to the evening's debate on the EU referendum at Wembley Arena.

20160622

20160622

On the eve of the EU Referendum vote 5 Live listeners have their say on whether to Remain or Leave, and our Wednesday night studio panel discuss the big issues in the campaign with undecided voters.

Plus Conor McNamara, Kevin Kilbane & Ian Ladyman discuss the advance of the home nations in Team Talk Euro 2016, DJ Steve Lamacq previews what to look forward to at Glastonbury, and midnight expert Jim Horne answers listeners questions about the secret of good sleep.

20160622

On the eve of the EU Referendum vote 5 Live listeners have their say on whether to Remain or Leave, and our Wednesday night studio panel discuss the big issues in the campaign with undecided voters.

Plus Conor McNamara, Kevin Kilbane & Ian Ladyman discuss the advance of the home nations in Team Talk Euro 2016, DJ Steve Lamacq previews what to look forward to at Glastonbury, and midnight expert Jim Horne answers listeners questions about the secret of good sleep.

20160627

20160627

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160627

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160628

Reaction to breaking news of terror attacks at Istanbul's Ataturk airport.

A multi-national panel of EU citizens living in the UK joins Phil in the studio to discuss how they feel in the wake of the UK's decision to vote to leave the European Union.

David Cameron goes to Brussels in the wake of the EU referendum result, and the Labour party revolt against Jeremy Corbyn grows.

Plus midnight expert Great British Bake Off finalist Luis Troyano on the art of baking.

20160629

20160629

As Theresa May & Boris Johnson prepare to throw their hats in the ring for the Conservative Party leadership, Alan Duncan MP & James Cleverly MP explain who they're backing and why.

Labour party activists Caroline and Duncan discuss the leadership crisis facing Labour, a day after a motion of no confidence was passed against party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

A British bar-owning couple in the Spanish resort of Torremolinos explain why they've found themselves on different sides of the EU referendum result.

Why an African Grey parrot in the United States may be the key witness in a murder trial involving a husband & wife.

In Team Talk, Conor McNamara, Ian Herbert & Trevor Sinclair discuss where it went wrong for England, who's best placed to be the next national team manager, & Wales' hopes against Belgium in the quarter-finals.

And midnight expert Bob Atkinson answers listeners' questions about the impact of Brexit on holidaymakers travel plans, & where to find a bargain this summer.

20160629

As Theresa May & Boris Johnson prepare to throw their hats in the ring for the Conservative Party leadership, Alan Duncan MP & James Cleverly MP explain who they're backing and why.

Labour party activists Caroline and Duncan discuss the leadership crisis facing Labour, a day after a motion of no confidence was passed against party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

A British bar-owning couple in the Spanish resort of Torremolinos explain why they've found themselves on different sides of the EU referendum result.

Why an African Grey parrot in the United States may be the key witness in a murder trial involving a husband & wife.

In Team Talk, Conor McNamara, Ian Herbert & Trevor Sinclair discuss where it went wrong for England, who's best placed to be the next national team manager, & Wales' hopes against Belgium in the quarter-finals.

And midnight expert Bob Atkinson answers listeners' questions about the impact of Brexit on holidaymakers travel plans, & where to find a bargain this summer.

20160704

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160705

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160706

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160711

20160711

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160711

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160712

20160712

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160712

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160713

20160713

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160713

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160714

20160714

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160714

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160718

20160718

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160718

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160719

20160719

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160719

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160720

20160720

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160720

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160721

20160721

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160721

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160725

20160725

A man's been arrested after at least 19 people were killed in a mass stabbing at a disability care home in the city of Sagamihara, west of Tokyo. There are reports that 45 other people have been injured.

Also on the programme, The former BHS owner, Sir Philip Green, has threatened to sue the Labour MP, Frank Field, who accused Sir Philip of being " worse" than the late media tycoon, Robert Maxwell.

And in Back Row, the sequel to Trainspotting, ITVs new dance show to challenge Strictly, and ComicCon's sneaky peaks of top movies and Tv shows to come in the next year.

20160725

At least 19 people have been killed by a man armed with a knife in Japan.

20160725

At least 19 people have been killed by a man armed with a knife in Japan.

A man's been arrested after at least 19 people were killed in a mass stabbing at a disability care home in the city of Sagamihara, west of Tokyo. There are reports that 45 other people have been injured.

Also on the programme, The former BHS owner, Sir Philip Green, has threatened to sue the Labour MP, Frank Field, who accused Sir Philip of being " worse" than the late media tycoon, Robert Maxwell.

And in Back Row, the sequel to Trainspotting, ITVs new dance show to challenge Strictly, and ComicCon's sneaky peaks of top movies and Tv shows to come in the next year.

20160726

20160726

Former intelligence chief Pauline Neville Jones tells Phil that the threat level should not be increased in the UK after the France church attack by Islamists.

Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic party's Presidential election, making her the first woman to do so.

Plus author Jonathan Mayo on his book 'The 1966 World Cup Final: Minute by Minute' with descriptions and stories of what was happening across England 50 years ago.

20160726

UK former intelligence chief says threat level should not be increased after France attack

20160726

UK former intelligence chief says threat level should not be increased after France attack

Former intelligence chief Pauline Neville Jones tells Phil that the threat level should not be increased in the UK after the France church attack by Islamists.

Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic party's Presidential election, making her the first woman to do so.

Plus author Jonathan Mayo on his book 'The 1966 World Cup Final: Minute by Minute' with descriptions and stories of what was happening across England 50 years ago.

20160727

20160727

A motor neurone disease sufferer thanks fundraisers who did the 'ice bucket challenge'.

20160727

Gordon Aikman was diagnosed with motor neurone two years ago at the age of 29, and told Phil how the condition affects him. He also thanked fundraisers who did the "ice bucket challenge" - the money has directly led to a breakthrough. Scientists have discovered a gene which contributes to the condition.

Also on the programme, with just over a week to go until the Rio games, three former Olympians - swimmer Steve Parry, gymnast Craig Heap and rower Annie Vernon join us for Team Talk.

20160727

Gordon Aikman was diagnosed with motor neurone two years ago at the age of 29, and told Phil how the condition affects him. He also thanked fundraisers who did the "ice bucket challenge" - the money has directly led to a breakthrough. Scientists have discovered a gene which contributes to the condition.

Also on the programme, with just over a week to go until the Rio games, three former Olympians - swimmer Steve Parry, gymnast Craig Heap and rower Annie Vernon join us for Team Talk.

A motor neurone disease sufferer thanks fundraisers who did the 'ice bucket challenge'.

20160728

20160728

Hinkley Point financial backing given by EDF but the UK government postpones final verdict

20160728

Hinkley Point financial backing given by EDF but the UK government postpones final verdict. Plus your experiences of how accessible holidays are for disabled people. And top football statistician and commentator Duncan Alexander.

20160728

Hinkley Point financial backing given by EDF but the UK government postpones final verdict. Plus your experiences of how accessible holidays are for disabled people. And top football statistician and commentator Duncan Alexander.

Hinkley Point financial backing given by EDF but the UK government postpones final verdict

20160801

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

A man who attacked Tube passengers in London is jailed for life.

20160802

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Following the murder of India Chipchase, we ask if clubs have a duty of care to customers.

20160803

The UK gears up for an anticipated cut in historically low interest rates.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160804

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160809

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160810

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160822

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160823

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160824

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160825

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160829

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow. Duncan Barkes sits in.

20160830

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160831

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160901

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160906

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160907

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160919

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160920

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160921

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160926

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160927

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20160928

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161003

20161003

The Health Secretary says 1,500 more doctors are to be trained but they won't be able to work abroad for 4 years after graduation. Plus the magpie who is credited with saving a family after a life-changing accident.

20161003

The Health Secretary says 1,500 more doctors are to be trained but they won't be able to work abroad for 4 years after graduation. Plus the magpie who is credited with saving a family after a life-changing accident.

20161004

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport.

20161005

20161005

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161005

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161010

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161011

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161012

A dispute between Tesco and Unilever over pricing has left the supermarket short of the some best known brands. Russian scientist Igor Ashurbeyli unveils proposals for the first nation state in Space. And Team Talk discusses Gordon Strachan, Gareth Southgate, and El Clasico.

20161017

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161018

The developers of Football Manager 2017 believe they now have the largest scouting network in the world, with 1300 people watching games in 51 countries. Miles Jacobson, the director of Football Manager at Sports Interactive says most teams use the game as a resource to research players. He also explains why they've put a Brexit simulator in the game, which means foreign players could struggle to get a work permit.

And a mum appeals for people to get tested for stem-cell donation - Marie Stark's daughter Ava will die unless she finds a match. Two people who were genetically compatible with her daughter have pulled out in the last four months.

20161019

Scientists at the European Space Agency are anxiously waiting to find out if they have successfully landed a probe on the surface of Mars after they lost contact with it. The lander has 3 days-worth of power, and time is running out.

And for the first time ever, a paralysed man has been given the sense of touch via a bionic hand. Phil speaks to Nathan Copeland, who was left paralyzed from the chest down after a car accident in 2004.

20161024

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161025

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161026

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161031

20161031

As a lorry driver starts a ten year sentence for killing a woman and 3 children Phil discusses how we stop people using their phones while driving. A plan to allow drug users to inject under supervision is approved for Glasgow. And the town where teenagers are banned from trick or treating.

20161031

As a lorry driver starts a ten year sentence for killing a woman and 3 children Phil discusses how we stop people using their phones while driving. A plan to allow drug users to inject under supervision is approved for Glasgow. And the town where teenagers are banned from trick or treating.

20161101

20161101

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161101

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161102

20161102

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161102

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161107

20161107

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161107

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161108

20161108

Millions of people across the United States are choosing a new president after one of the most divisive election campaigns in modern history. 5 live's Rhod Sharp is in the swing state of New Hampshire as we await the first indications of whether it's going to be a Trump or Clinton presidency, and Phil Williams speaks to American voters across the UK.

20161108

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161108

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Millions of people across the United States are choosing a new president after one of the most divisive election campaigns in modern history. 5 live's Rhod Sharp is in the swing state of New Hampshire as we await the first indications of whether it's going to be a Trump or Clinton presidency, and Phil Williams speaks to American voters across the UK.

20161109

20161109

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161109

US President-elect Donald Trump must be given a chance to lead, his defeated rival Hillary Clinton has said. We ask two men who know Trump well what he'll actually do as president. We bring you the latest football news in Team Talk. And our midnight expert, Gulshinder Johal, answers your diet and nutrition questions.

20161109

US President-elect Donald Trump must be given a chance to lead, his defeated rival Hillary Clinton has said. We ask two men who know Trump well what he'll actually do as president. We bring you the latest football news in Team Talk. And our midnight expert, Gulshinder Johal, answers your diet and nutrition questions.

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161114

20161114

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161114

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161115

20161115

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161115

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161116

20161116

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161116

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161121

20161121

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161121

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161122

20161122

Lee Child, the man behind Jack Reacher, discusses his twenty-first novel of the series, and what he thinks of Tom Cruise in the lead role.

Two pensioners explain how they were threatened with a fly-tipping fine by their local council after they picked up leaves and put them in bin bags.

Merseyside police releases a selection of some of the time wasting calls made to the 999 number.

20161122

Lee Child, the man behind Jack Reacher, discusses his twenty-first novel of the series, and what he thinks of Tom Cruise in the lead role.

Two pensioners explain how they were threatened with a fly-tipping fine by their local council after they picked up leaves and put them in bin bags.

Merseyside police releases a selection of some of the time wasting calls made to the 999 number.

20161123

20161123

The NSPCC and the FA have opened a special 24-hour helpline for football players who have been sexually abused while in youth teams.

The former Manchester City and England player David White has become the latest footballer to say he was a victim of abuse in the 1970s and 80s. He, together with ex-Crewe players Andy Woodward and Steve Walters, say they were repeatedly attacked by convicted paedophile Barry Bennell. Former Tottenham forward Paul Stewart also says he was abused by a coach, but hasn't named his attacker.

20161123

The NSPCC and the FA have opened a special 24-hour helpline for football players who have been sexually abused while in youth teams.

The former Manchester City and England player David White has become the latest footballer to say he was a victim of abuse in the 1970s and 80s. He, together with ex-Crewe players Andy Woodward and Steve Walters, say they were repeatedly attacked by convicted paedophile Barry Bennell. Former Tottenham forward Paul Stewart also says he was abused by a coach, but hasn't named his attacker.

20161128

20161128

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161128

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161129

20161129

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161129

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161130

The big stories of the day as Dotun Adebayo sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161205

20161205

We take a close look at the problem of ticket touting - and how programmes called "bots" are used to automatically harvest large numbers of tickets for resale on the secondary market - often at vastly-inflated prices. It is completely legal, but we speak to an MP and music fans trying to get bots banned, and a performer trying to outwit the touts.

20161205

We take a close look at the problem of ticket touting - and how programmes called "bots" are used to automatically harvest large numbers of tickets for resale on the secondary market - often at vastly-inflated prices. It is completely legal, but we speak to an MP and music fans trying to get bots banned, and a performer trying to outwit the touts.

20161206

20161206

Simon Gillespie, the Chief Executive of the British Heart Foundation says a fine imposed by the Information Commissioner is a complete affront to its supporters, and seven million people with heart disease.

The Information Commissioners Office found the RSPCA and British Heart Foundation had breached Data Protection rules by investigating how much existing donors were worth, as well as tracking down lapsed donors and trading personal details with other charities.

The BHF says the claims and fine are wrong, inaccurate, and disproportionate.

20161206

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161206

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Simon Gillespie, the Chief Executive of the British Heart Foundation says a fine imposed by the Information Commissioner is a complete affront to its supporters, and seven million people with heart disease.

The Information Commissioners Office found the RSPCA and British Heart Foundation had breached Data Protection rules by investigating how much existing donors were worth, as well as tracking down lapsed donors and trading personal details with other charities.

The BHF says the claims and fine are wrong, inaccurate, and disproportionate.

20161207

20161207

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161207

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161212

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161213

20161213

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161213

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161214

20161214

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161214

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161215

20161215

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161215

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161219

20161219

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161219

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161220

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161221

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20161226

Phil Williams speaks to Phil Collins about his life, career, and going back on stage to perform again.

20170201

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170206

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170207

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170208

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170213

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170214

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170215

The Bishop of Willesden, the Right Reverend Pete Broadbent, gives his assessment of the vote by the Church of England's General Synod to reject a report which endorsed the Church's continued opposition to same sex marriage.

Workers at Tata Steel vote to back a deal which will see their pension benefits reduced, in order to potentially safeguard around 8,000 jobs in Port Talbot, south Wales.

The unusual legal case of the woman asking the Court of Appeal to overturn a court ruling which refused her permission to divorce her husband of nearly forty years.

Conor McNamara & James Ducker join Phil for Team Talk, to discuss stories including Arsenal's heavy defeat to Bayern Munich, and Fifa world player of the year Carli Lloyd's move to Manchester City Women FC

After Lloyd's of London bans alcohol consumption during work hours, Phil hears from the creative boss of a Minneapolis ad agency which offers staff a free beer if they keep their timesheets up to date.

The love letter from Polly to her husband Joe, a couple with Downs syndrome who married last year after first meeting ten years ago.

And Tommy Walsh answers listeners' questions on DIY in the midnight hour.

20170220

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170221

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170222

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170227

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170228

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170301

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170306

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170307

An author dying of ovarian cancer has written a dating profile of her husband so he can find "another love story". In an open letter in the New York Times, children's author Amy Krouse Rosenthal lists his best qualities and says she hopes "the right person reads this and finds Jason".

20170308

Chancellor Philip Hammond has increased National Insurance bills for self-employed people in his first Budget, leading to accusations he has broken a manifesto pledge not to raise taxes. We speak to four former ministers and a money expert about how this Budget will affect you and your family. We're also talking about Barcelona's extraordinary comeback in the Champions' League, in this week's Team Talk. And be careful what you say: is your smart TV spying on you?

20170313

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170314

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170315

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170320

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170321

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170322

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

20170327

Rio Ferdinand has been talking today about how he still hasn't got over the loss of his wife Rebecca, who died in 2015. We're asking tonight: how have you managed to deal with that level of bereavement? If you have managed to move on, and you've been lucky enough to find love again, how did you know you were ready? Also in the show: the mother of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood has said she is "shocked, saddened and numbed" by his actions. The Russian military is developing high-speed missiles that are worrying the Royal Navy. And in this week's Back Row, we're talking about the new Gorillaz album and the controversy over this year's Comic Relief.

20170328

On the eve of the triggering of Article 50, setting in motion Britain's exit from the EU, a classic poem is reimagined on The Night Before Brexit.

Scotland's MSPs vote to give the First Minister a mandate to seek another Scottish independence referendum.

Donald Trump announces new measures overturning environmental protections put in place by the Obama administration, in what he says is a move aimed at boosting the US economy and creating jobs.

A veteran of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan describes the pressures of the battlefield as so-called Marine A prepares for release within weeks after his 2013 murder conviction was reduced to manslaughter.

Plus the latest on Cyclone Debbie's progress across Queensland in Australia, as it is downgraded to a tropical storm, Argentina's Lionel Messi is banned from international football, and was the Daily Mail's Legsit headline misplaced?

And technology expert Tom Cheesewright joins Phil after midnight to explore the latest gadgets, discuss the new iOS operating system & Google Home, and to answer listeners' questions on all things tech-related.

20170329

On the day the Prime Minister's letter is delivered to Brussels triggering Article 50 and the process of Britain's exit from the EU, an invited audience of 50 people have their say on Brexit. Plus we hear the view from Brussels.

Charlton Athletic outline plans for a lasting tribute to PC Keith Palmer, who was among those who died in last week's Westminster terror attack.

Lord Ouseley tells Phil that football authorities, clubs and TV companies need to do more to address the lack of diversity among football managers & coaches in the English game.

Neil Custis & Conor McNamara join Phil to discuss the other football stories of the moment in Team Talk, including the new bust of Cristiano Ronaldo unveiled at Madeira's Airport.

And Simon Calder explains what impact the triggering of Article 50 could have on travel plans to and from the UK, as well as the future of passports.

20170403

Adrian Goldberg sits in to bring you today's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making tomorrow's front pages. Join the conversation, text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20170404

Adrian Goldberg sits in to bring you today's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making tomorrow's front pages. Join the conversation, text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20170405

Adrian Goldberg sits in to bring you today's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making tomorrow's front pages. Join the conversation, text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).

20170410

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

20170411

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow. Text 85058 (network rates).

20170412

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

20170413

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

20170417

Including the issue of nightclub security in the wake of an acid attack in a London club.

Adrian Goldberg sits in with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

20170418

Ten voters join Phil for a discussion about the snap general election.

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow. Text 85058 (network rates).

20170419

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

Phil speaks to Dennis Skinner about why he voted against the general election.

20170420

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

Full coverage of the Paris attack which has left a policeman dead and two others injured.

20170424

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

An advisor to the French Front National says Marine Le Pen is not abandoning the party.

20170425

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow. Text 85058 (network rates).

Detectives say they are chasing a critical lead in the search for Madeleine McCann.

20170426

Tax officials have carried out raids at West Ham and Newcastle United.

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

20170501

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport.

20170502

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus news and sport.

20170503

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus news and sport.

20170508

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport.

20170509

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus news and sport.

20170510

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus news and sport.

20171023

The day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to tomorrow.

20171024

The day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport.

20171025

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport.

20171101

The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport.

01/05/201720170501

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus the latest news and sport.

02/05/201720170502

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus news and sport.

03/05/201720170503

Phil Williams with the day's big stories, plus news and sport.

17/04/201720170417

Including the issue of nightclub security in the wake of an acid attack in a London club.

18/04/201720170418

Ten voters join Phil for a discussion about the snap general election.

19/04/201720170419

Phil speaks to Dennis Skinner about why he voted against the general election.

20/04/201720170420

Full coverage of the Paris attack which has left a policeman dead and two others injured.

24/04/201720170424

An advisor to the French Front National says Marine Le Pen is not abandoning the party.

25/04/201720170425

Detectives say they are chasing a critical lead in the search for Madeleine McCann.

26/04/201720170426

Tax officials have carried out raids at West Ham and Newcastle United.

5 Live Remembers20140804

5 Live Remembers20140804

Phil Williams live at Birmingham Cathedral hearing your memories of family involved in World War I, as the UK commemorates the moment, exactly 100 years ago, that Britain declared war on Germany.

5 live Remembers20140804

Phil Williams live at Birmingham Cathedral hearing your memories of family involved in World War I, as the UK commemorates the moment, exactly 100 years ago, that Britain declared war on Germany.

Adrian Goldberg sits in20140922

Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Adrian Goldberg sits in20140923

Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Adrian Goldberg sits in20140924

The Prime Minster David Cameron prepares to address the UN in New York. UK MPs have been recalled to parliament on Friday to discuss British air strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq. Jason Orange quits Take That. Our sleep expert takes your calls on how to get a decent kip.

Adrian Goldberg sits in20140929

Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Adrian Goldberg sits in20141006

Adrian Goldberg sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Adrian Goldberg Sits In20150624

The big stories of the day as Adrian Goldberg sits in. David Cameron urges an end to the 'blame game' between Britain and France - but what is the answer to the situation at Calais? President Obama announces changes in the US hostage policy and says it will not prosecute families who pay ransoms.

Adrian Goldberg Sits In20161107

Adrian Goldberg Sits In20161107

Tomorrow Americans will vote for their next president. Tonight we bring together supporters from the Democratic and Republican camps, and ask them why their candidate - Clinton or Trump - should be the next occupant of the White House.

Adrian Goldberg Sits In20161107

Tomorrow Americans will vote for their next president. Tonight we bring together supporters from the Democratic and Republican camps, and ask them why their candidate - Clinton or Trump - should be the next occupant of the White House.

Charlie Webster20140119

Consent on Campus20161011

How British universities are looking to change cultural attitudes & tackle the problem of sexual harassment & violence on campus, ahead of a major new report. Phil talks to students & staff at Lancaster University, one of the universities which has introduced consent talks aimed at raising awareness & understanding of sexual consent. With further reaction & discussion from studio guests Alice Irving, Ben Froughi, Jo Wiliams & Professor Graham Towl, acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Durham University and chair of the university's Sexual Violence Taskforce.

Also: NASA's Director of Advanced Exploration Systems explains the next steps in NASA's mission to send humans to Mars by the 2030s.

The regulator of care provision for older people & people with disabilities expresses concern over the rate of care home closures in England.

As police forces up and down the country warn against a spate of copycat creepy clown capers in the run up to Halloween, we hear from one man who makes a living out of spooking people for his YouTube channel.

And Midnight Expert Bunny Guinness explains the priorities for gardeners at this time of year.

Dotun Adebayo20160517

How one police force is trialling an innovative approach to tackling domestic abuse, after Home Secretary Theresa May says too many victims are being let down by 'shameful attitudes' from some police officers.

Celebrity chef Ken Hom gives his reaction to the BBC's decision to remove thousands of recipes from its web pages as part of wider cost-cutting plans.

Manchester United fan Moses from Sierra Leone -- who was left disappointed after Sunday's match v Bournemouth was postponed due to a bomb scare -- finally gets to enjoy his big day at Old Trafford, and looks forward to Saturday's FA Cup Final.

Peggy Mitchell bids farewell to Albert Square as Barbara Windsor's final scenes on EastEnders are screened.

Author & broadcaster Tim Samuels explores the retreat of masculinity - and what it really means to be a man in the early 21st century.

Bob Dylan's 1966 plugged-in gig which prompted cries of Judas from his hardcore acoustic fans is recreated on stage fifty years on.

Royal historian Kate Williams explains the origin of the traditions behind the State Opening of Parliament, as the Queen prepares to head to Westminster for the historic constitutional ceremony.

Why some missing people found alive and well after several years decide not to be reunited with their family.

Plans are underway to construct a graveyard-themed film set for Goths flocking to the North Yorkshire town of Whitby's Bram Stoker festival.

Plus why giraffes really have long necks; and animal behaviourist & Midnight Expert Roger Mugford answers listeners' questions about pet behaviour.

Dotun Adebayo sits in20160516

A man who killed an elderly motorist after a minor road accident in West Sussex has been found guilty of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility. Matthew Daley stabbed Donald Lock repeatedly near Worthing. Daley had been treated for psychosis and Lewes Crown Court heard that his family had pleaded for him to be sectioned.

Plus, around 240,000 fans watch Leicester City parade on open-top buses to celebrate their Premier League title win.

And how the NHS has hired a comedian to run a course, on how to protect vulnerable patients from being abused by staff.

Dotun Adebayo sits in20160518

The government and British Medical Association reach agreement on a new contract for junior doctors in England. The plans will be put to a referendum of junior doctors, and Dotun speaks to two of them to find out how they think the vote will go.

There's to be the biggest prison shake-up in England and Wales "since Victorian times". Dotun gets the thoughts of David Ryan, who works with ex-offenders and prisoners nearing the end of their sentences.

Team Talk with 5 live's Conor McNamara and former Sunderland player, David Preece.

And Hereford FC think they have a secret weapon on the pitch in the FA Vase final - Ronaldo. But he's not the Portuguese footballing star, or even the Brazilian legend, he's actually a bull by the same name.

Jonathan Vernon-smith Sits In20130916

13 people are killed in a mass shooting at a Navy Yard in Washington, including the suspected gunman. Jonathan has the latest from eye-witnesses, journalists and security experts. Also, Billy Connolly, Arctic Monkeys and Fleetwood Mac in Back Row, our weekly look at arts and entertainment.

Jonathan Vernon-smith Sits In20130917
Jonathan Vernon-smith Sits In20130917

The big stories of the day as Jonathan Vernon-Smith sits in. Plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Jonathan Vernon-smith Sits In20130918

How could Scottish independence affect the rest of the UK?

Also, Sir David Attenborough says the world is heading for disaster unless we do something about population control. So should we limit the amount of babies people can have?

Jonathan Vernon-smith Sits In20130918

How could Scottish independence affect the rest of the UK?

Also, Sir David Attenborough says the world is heading for disaster unless we do something about population control. So should we limit the amount of babies people can have?

Les Dennis20150329

tells Phil Williams about Coronation Street, his time on Extras, and how his dad was on the books at Liverpool.

Les Dennis20150329

Les Dennis tells Phil Williams about Coronation Street, his time on Extras, and how his dad was on the books at Liverpool.

Nihal Arthanayake sits in20151228

Nihal Arthanayake sits in for Phil Williams with the big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport. Plus a look ahead to what's expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Nihal Arthanayake sits in20151229

The big stories of the day as Nihal Arthanayake sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Nihal Arthanayake sits in20151230

Nihal Arthanayake sits in20151230

The big stories of the day as Nihal Arthanayake sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Nihal Arthanayake sits in20151230

The big stories of the day as Nihal Arthanayake sits in, plus the latest news and sport and a look ahead to what is expected to be making headlines tomorrow.

Race Relations special20151207

Race Relations special20151207

Fifty years on from the implementation of the 1965 Race Relations Act, what's changed in Britain?

The Act banned racial discrimination in public places and the law was later strengthened. But what has its lasting impact been on race relations, half a century on? An invited studio audience share their experiences with Phil Williams.

Dr Omar Khan from the race equality think tank the Runnymede Trust and academic Dr Nasar Meer from the University of Strathclyde discuss the findings of a new BBC poll on race relations.

Leading human rights solicitor Sir Geoffrey Bindman - legal adviser to the Race Relations Board for a decade - explains the background to the legislation.

Sam King shares his experience of arriving in the UK on the Empire Windrush in 1948, the moment which marked the start of modern day mass immigration to Britain.

And Birmingham's former Poet Laureate Roy McFarlane gives his take on race relations in Britain in a performance poem.

Plus the latest on the severe floods affecting large areas of Cumbria & north Lancashire; the Eagles of Death Metal appear as support for U2 in their first Paris gig since last month's terror attacks; and astrophysicist Tim O'Brien answers listeners' questions on space and the universe.

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Fifty years on from the implementation of the 1965 Race Relations Act, what's changed in Britain?

The Act banned racial discrimination in public places and the law was later strengthened. But what has its lasting impact been on race relations, half a century on? An invited studio audience share their experiences with Phil Williams.

Dr Omar Khan from the race equality think tank the Runnymede Trust and academic Dr Nasar Meer from the University of Strathclyde discuss the findings of a new BBC poll on race relations.

Leading human rights solicitor Sir Geoffrey Bindman - legal adviser to the Race Relations Board for a decade - explains the background to the legislation.

Sam King shares his experience of arriving in the UK on the Empire Windrush in 1948, the moment which marked the start of modern day mass immigration to Britain.

And Birmingham's former Poet Laureate Roy McFarlane gives his take on race relations in Britain in a performance poem.

Plus the latest on the severe floods affecting large areas of Cumbria & north Lancashire; the Eagles of Death Metal appear as support for U2 in their first Paris gig since last month's terror attacks; and astrophysicist Tim O'Brien answers listeners' questions on space and the universe.

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