Stephen Nolan

Episodes

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Fierce and feisty topical phone-in debate. Call 0500 909 693 [free from some landlines; other networks will vary]. Text 85058 [standard network rate]

Fierce and feisty phone-in debate on the big stories of the day, plus discussion on what's making tomorrow's front pages. Call 0500 909 693; text 85058; email nolan@bbc.co.uk.

Fierce topical debate. Call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines but some networks and mobile operators will charge). Email: nolan@bbc.co.uk.

Live coverage and reaction to the election of the socialist Francois Hollande as President of France

5 live's John Pienaar is in Paris as the evening unfolds

Stephen asks what the result will mean for the UK and the rest of Europe

Another Conservative MP, Stewart Jackson, says there's backbench discontent over David Cameron's leadership.

Nadine Dorries calls David Cameron "sneering" and "dangerous". The Conservative MP says if policy doesn't change the party will be looking for a new leader.

Liverpool fans tell Stephen why they booed the national anthem at the FA Cup final.

Live from City Hall as Boris Johnson is re-elected Mayor of London in a close contest with his Labour rival Ken Livingstone.

In an emotional speech Ken bows out of London elections while the Lib Dems are forced into fourth after the Greens.

Stephen speaks to key political figures incuding Green candidate Jenny Jones, Livingstone's campaign manager Tessa Jowell and the Independent candidate Siobhan Benita.

Nick Wallis sits in for Stephen Nolan with topical phone-in debate from Manchester.

Lively and fierce topical phone-in debate.

Penny Haslam sits in for Stephen Nolan with topical phone-in debate.

Tony Livesey sits in for Stephen Nolan.

Lively phone-in debate, plus boxing commentary on Amir Khan and Carl Froch's bouts.

Fierce topical phone-in debate from Manchester.

Plus news and current affairs.

Lively and fierce topical phone-in debate from Manchester.

Lively and fierce topical phone-in debate, live from Manchester.

Call 0500 909 693 [free from BT landlines; charges for mobiles and other networks will vary].

Text 85058 [network rates]

Lively and fierce topical phone-in debate, live from Belfast.