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20150703

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150710
20150717

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150724

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150731

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150807

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150814

20150814

Stephen Jardine asks if sex crime suspects should remain anonymous until convicted, plus he asks listeners for their memories as Scotland commemorates VJ Day.

20150814

Stephen Jardine asks if sex crime suspects should remain anonymous until convicted, plus he asks listeners for their memories as Scotland commemorates VJ Day.

20150821

20150821

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150821

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150828

20150828

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150828

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150904

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150911

20150911

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150911

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150918

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20150925

Louise White sits in to get to the heart of the news and gives the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151002

Stephen Jardine hears about a cookbook to help breast cancer patients; finds out about the rise in young people learning Gaelic; and asks if it is too easy to get a dog?

20151009
20151009

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151016

20151016

Stephen Jardine discusses entrepreneur Michelle Mone's comments on OCD, and creativity in older people as part of Scotland's Luminate Festival.

20151016

Stephen Jardine discusses entrepreneur Michelle Mone's comments on OCD, and creativity in older people as part of Scotland's Luminate Festival.

20151016

20151016

Stephen Jardine discusses entrepreneur Michelle Mone's comments on OCD, and creativity in older people as part of Scotland's Luminate Festival.

20151016

Stephen Jardine discusses entrepreneur Michelle Mone's comments on OCD, and creativity in older people as part of Scotland's Luminate Festival.

20151016

20151016

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151016

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151023

20151023

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151023

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151030

20151030

Stephen Jardine with The Phone In Hour, what it's like if your child goes missing, solutions for your back ache & how Halloween has changed through the years.

20151030

Stephen Jardine with The Phone In Hour, what it's like if your child goes missing, solutions for your back ache & how Halloween has changed through the years.

20151106

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151113

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151120

Stephen Jardine with the Phone In Hour, loneliness in old age, who are the Kardashians and the woman who inspired Anthony Minghella to make a movie about her life.

20151204

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20151211
20151218
20160108

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160115

Stephen Jardine with Paul McKenna, dream jobs and how scratch and sniff cards can help in the fight against drug abuse.

20160122

20160122

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160122

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160129

Conspiracy Theories

An Oxford physicist has created an equation which expresses the maximum longevity of any given secret as a function of the number of people who are in on it. This comes in the same week that rapper B.O.B told his 2million+ Twitter followers that the earth is flat and that anyone who thinks otherwise has been duped. So, why do so many people want to believe in conspiracy theories? And, how harmful can they be?

Armchair Prosecutors

Legal blogger Andrew Tickell has hit out at the hoardes of 'armchair prosecutors' who have expressed their outrage over judicial system's handing of the Harry Clarke case. There's no doubt that this case has captured the public's imagination and it comes at a time when huge amounts of interest in the workings of American courtrooms has been generated by the phenomenal success of Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer and the podcast Serial. We'll take a look at the rise of the living room legal eagle and discuss whether it's helpful or not for people to be more engaged with the law in this way.

Coming off Facebook

We'll speak to Coert Wigbels to find out if coming off Facebook makes you happier. He's behind a project that encourages everyone to give it up for 99 days.

Food train/ Elderly Malnutrition

1 in 10 elderly Scots is malnourished. We'll be asking how this can be in 2016 and what's being done to help them.

Travel Tricks

After a teenager found it was cheaper to travel from Sheffield to Stanstead via Berlin rather than going direct we'll get some top tips to travel cheaply (if you're prepared to take the scenic route).

20160205

20160205

Listen in to hear why rugby could be good for toddlers, learn more about the biggest cancer killer of under 40s, plus your travel queries answered.

20160205

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160219

Stephen Jardine learns why we should be eating water instead of drinking it and catches up with paralympic hero David Smith.

20160226

Stephen Jardine hears how Scottish skier Charlie Guest overcame a broken back and how she is pushing to get to the top of her sport.

20160304

On today's Stephen Jardine programme he will be discussing Male Domestic Abuse Scotland. Plus Mothering Sunday is it a celebration or commercialisation?

20160311

20160311

PHONE IN: Energy Supply

UK customers could be paying more than £1 billion extra for their energy due to our disinclination to switch suppliers and bag the best available deal, according to a report by industry watchdog the Competition and Markets Authority. Stephen Asks: What is stopping you from changing energy supplier?

Also looking at:

SHOULD YOU GET NAKED IN FRONT OF YOUR KIDS?

We should do it more according to an Australian blogger who thinks it will help create a more realistic concept of body image for youngsters. How comfortable would you be? And how comfortable would your kids be?

HOME BIRTHS

With more expectant mums shunning hospitals to opt for homebirths, we look whether this option is suitable for all births and if you may be exposing yourself to additional risks away from the support services of a maternity unit.

LAURA REGAN

Aberdonian student who was diagnosed with leukaemia just last June, her life was saved by an anonymous bone marrow donor. We hear why Laura has now written an open letter to the stranger who saved her life.

FREE THE BLADDER

It's the rallying call of pupils in Perth who claim they've been banned from the school cludgies. Stephen finds out if holding it in can damage your waterworks and how many toilet trips is normal.

SLOW DOWN

Stephen finds out why typing with one hand could actually make him a better writer.

SKUNK CABBAGE

It reeks of rotting flesh and is invading the glens of Scotland. Stephen finds out where it came from and what we can do to tackle it.

20160311

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160325

The dust is just settling on the first televised TV debate of the Scottish elections, the parties clashing over taxation, welfare, education, fracking and what they'd say if Donald Trump phoned. Stephen Asks: Leadership debate - did you hear anything that would influence your vote?

Also looking at:

HIPS

As Eamonn Holmes joins the growing number of Britons with hip replacements we look at what's involved in the procedure and what the recovery process is like

LOVED ONES IN PRISON

As ex-England footballer Adam Johnston starts his 6-year jail sentence his sister continues to stand by the man she calls her "hero, brother and best friend". We'll be finding out how family members cope when a loved one is sent to prison

TARANTULAS

School kids in Bellshill have been found playing with a tarantula they found in a local petrol station. Stephen finds out if the hairy arachnids deserve their bad reputation?

DEPARTMENT STORES

We look at the changing face of the high street in Scotland's towns as yet another traditional department store announces it is closing its doors. Will the local department store soon be a thing of the past?

ANTI-SOCIAL YOUTH

Stephen looks at new research that suggests young people are too often lacking the necessary social skills to succeed in the jobs market.

EASTER BUNNIES

A Rabbit is for life not just for Easter - we hear from the campaigner who wants us to take the issue of rabbit welfare more seriously.

DIAGNOSING DYING

Doctors need to be trained in the art of "diagnosing dying" to prevent unnecessary distress according to the Edinburgh based academic who joins Stephen this morning.

20160401

Find out if your old videos could make you a fortune & hear the incredible story of the South Uist woman who was held at knifepoint in the Kenyan orphanage she built from scratch.

20160401

20160408

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160408

20160415

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160415

20160422

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160422

20160429

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160513

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160513

20160513

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160513

20160520

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160520

20160520

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160520

20160527

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160603

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160603

20160610

Stephen Jardine gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say.

20160617
Colin Kelly Sits In20160318

for Stephen Jardine and gets to the heart of the news.

Kaye Adams Sits In20151127

for Stephen Jardine and gets to the heart of the news. She hears why a young woman is campaigning to be sterilised.

Louise White Sits In20160212

Louise White asks, are we being fleeced when it comes to pet insurance? What is it like to live with tinnitus? We offer advice to listeners with the condition.