Original stories from across the UK, plus news, sport and exclusive interviews.
After 11am, the Monday Music Review, where Victoria is joined by guest reviewers and artists to listen to a selection of new releases.
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Plus regularly updated news, sport and travel bulletins.
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Alistair Banks has motor neurone disease, he and his wife tell us how they live with it. The Fostering Network say there is a crisis in foster care, we talk to foster parents and those children who grew up in the foster care system. Plus two members of Keane talk about their new album and Pat Monahan from Grammy award winning band - Train talks about breaking the UK.
Chris Warburton is in for Victoria with full coverage of the Local elections, as the Tories get a beating, Labour make gains, and the Lib Dems end up with less than 3-thousand councillors for the first time since their party was formed.
A 19 year-old who was sentenced to 14 months in prison for his involvement in last August's riots says he is sorry for the hurt he's caused, and that he cannot believe how stupid he was for getting involved. Reece James Davis says he lost his self control and followed the crowd, but would not have turned himself in if he had not been caught.