Up All Night

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20081231

Sarah Gorrell presents including Howard Benson reporting from the Belize Zoo.

20090104

Global stories with Dotun Adebayo including New York news and the Film Phone-in.

20090107

Mark Forrest presents stories from around the world, including Caribbean and Russian news.

20090108

Mark Forrest presents global stories including Europe Desk and Dr Karl's Science Phone-in.

20090109

Dotun Adebayo presents stories from around the world, plus the Friday Phone-in.

20090111

Global stories with Dotun Adebayo including New York news and the Film Phone-in.

20090112

Global stories with Dotun Adebayo including science and Australian news.

20090114

Rhod Sharp presents stories from around the world, including Caribbean and Russian news.

20090115

Rhod Sharp presents global stories including Europe Desk and Dr Karl's Science Phone-in.

20120503

Rhod Sharp with news from around the world. Chinese dissident Chen Guang Cheng appeals to President Barack Obama to help him escape China with his family, telling journalists he fears for his life just hours after leaving the U.S. Embassy under a deal that Washington had hoped would defuse the crisis with Beijing. UAN gets the latest from US congressman Chris Smith in the US and Professor David Kelly, research director for a group called China Policy in Beijing.

The programme is live to the Sotheby's auction house in New York where Edvard Munch's painting The Scream has just sold for a record breaking £73.9m. Ray Waterhouse from Fine Art Brokers is in the front row and he tells us how two rival phone bidders drove the price up in a tense but excited auction room.

And one of the men from Wales who stole a penguin from Sea World on Queensland's Gold Coast tells Rhod Sharp how he found it in his walk-in wardrobe the morning after the night before.

20120505

Dotun Adebayo with global stories, the world football phone-in, and music discussion.

Dotun Adebayo takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates. Including from 2.35am, the World Football Phone-in, with regular guests the Legendio Tim Vickery, Andy "the Top Brass" Brassell and Sean "The Big Wheel" Wheelock taking your calls and answering your questions.

Call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines; other networks and mobiles may charge). Text 85058 (standard rate). Email upallnight@bbc.co.uk.

Plus at 1.35am, World Charts: each week we tune in to a different country's chart, to discover what its musical tastes have to say about the country's mood.

20120506

Dotun Adebayo with world stories. Including Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's military tribunal.

Dotun Adebayo takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates.

Colonel Morris Davis, former Chief prosecutor at the Guantanamo military commissions, gives his thoughts about the military tribunal of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the man accused of planning the 9/11 attacks.

Including from 1.35am the New York hour. Our native New Yorkers bring you a flavour of life, culture and the stories that have got people talking in the Big Apple.

From 2.35am, the Virtual Jukebox - your chance to help Dotun pick the latest addition to Up All Night's eclectic music collection. From Pavarotti to Thin Lizzy, the choices are never predictable. To take part, call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines; other networks and mobiles may

charge). Text 85058 (standard rate). Email upallnight@bbc.co.uk.

And from 4.35am, our regular in-depth interview from the arts world.

20120507

We get the latest analysis from France as Francois Hollande is elected President.

We get the latest reaction from France as socialists celebrate the election of President Francois Hollande. Plus, as the votes are counted in Greece, we look at what effect these political changes will have on the financial markets. And things get poetic as we ask what you love about Shakespeare.

20120510

Rhod Sharp with news from around the world, including the science phone-in with Dr Karl.

Rhod Sharp takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates.

Including at 3.05am, the science phone-in with Dr Karl. To get your science questions answered, call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines; other networks and mobiles may charge). Text 85058 (standard rate). Email upallnight@bbc.co.uk.

Download the Dr Karl podcast at bbc.co.uk/podcasts/5live.

20120511

Dotun Adebayo with world stories, music interviews, medical news and the Friday phone-in.

Dotun Adebayo takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates.

Including at 1.35am, interviews with big stars and new faces on the music scene with Jamie Stangroom.

There's a look at the week's medical news with Up All Night's doctors, Mark Hamilton or Raj Thakkar.

And from 2.35am, your chance to take part in the Friday phone-in. Call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines; other networks and mobiles may charge). Text 85058 (standard rate). Email upallnight@bbc.co.uk.

20120512

Dotun Adebayo with global stories, the world football phone-in, and music discussion.

Dotun Adebayo takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates. Including from 2.35am, the World Football Phone-in, with regular guests the Legendio Tim Vickery, Andy "the Top Brass" Brassell and Sean "The Big Wheel" Wheelock taking your calls and answering your questions.

Call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines; other networks and mobiles may charge). Text 85058 (standard rate). Email upallnight@bbc.co.uk.

Plus at 1.35am, World Charts: each week we tune in to a different country's chart, to discover what its musical tastes have to say about the country's mood.

20120513

Dotun Adebayo with world stories. Including chat from the Big Apple in the New York hour.

Dotun Adebayo takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates.

Including from 1.35am the New York hour. Our native New Yorkers bring you a flavour of life, culture and the stories that have got people talking in the Big Apple.

From 2.35am, the Virtual Jukebox - your chance to help Dotun pick the latest addition to Up All Night's eclectic music collection. From Pavarotti to Thin Lizzy, the choices are never predictable. To take part, call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines; other networks and mobiles may

charge). Text 85058 (standard rate). Email upallnight@bbc.co.uk.

And from 4.35am, our regular in-depth interview from the arts world.

20120514

Dotun Adebayo with stories from around the world, and your calls in the phone-in.

Dotun Adebayo takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates.

Including a look at the US papers, and from 1.30am, the Monday morning phone-in. Call 0500 909 693 (free from most landlines; other networks and mobiles may charge). Text 85058 (standard rate). Email upallnight@bbc.co.uk.

20120515

Rhod Sharp takes you through the night, with interviews about stories from around the world, updates from the BBC's foreign correspondents, and regular news and sport updates.

Including a review of the US papers and at 2.15am, On The Hill, featuring analysis of the week in American politics from commentators and politicians.

The BBC's Peter Bowes in Los Angeles has topical stories and interviews from across California at 4.35am.

Plus Win Scutt shares the latest discoveries from the world of archaeology at 3.35am, and at 3.05am we explore the frontiers of the web in Outriders - download the free podcast at bbc.co.uk/podcasts/5live.

Email: upallnight@bbc.co.uk.