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Premier League Football 2016-17
5 live Football Social
Sarah Brett and Nihal Arthanayake with Thomas Orchard's family guest editing the programme
5 live's year-long season takes an in-depth look at our mental health.
Paul and his dad Norman say running the marathon has been “absolutely epic.”
Jonny Benjamin says running with the man who talked him down from bridge was ‘emotional’
For details of organisations offering information and support with mental health.
Kate Nash says her mental health wasn't taken care of early in her music career.
Darren Campbell offers to go for a run with a 16-year-old suffering from depression
Virgin Money boss Jayne-Anne Gadhia explains how she overcame post-natal depression.
Father and son explain how running has proven a remedy for their mental health
5 live's coverage of the general election - scheduled to take place on 8 June 2017.
Conservative MP Dominic Raab on why his party shouldn’t presume election win.
Why did Theresa May choose June 8th to go the polls?
All the General Election latest from BBC News.
A Labour voter on why she thinks the party is stronger under Jeremy Corbyn
The Green Party co-leader says it “isn't right for the PM to avoid democratic scrutiny.”
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell responds to a voter who says Labour is 'finished'.
How will the general election play out on social media?
Catch up with the latest 5 live podcasts.
Anthony Joshua joins the podcast ahead of his heavyweight megafight with Klitschko.
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher joins Colin Murray to discuss his life and career.
Flintoff, Savage & Syed discuss pundits, terrorism, threats and dressing room pranks.
Hear from England Women's manager Mark Sampson, and 5 live's very own Kelly Cates.
Adrian Chiles revisits the start of the Open University, and the Grayrigg rail crash.
Alice Wells on the horror of discovering that her husband was a paedophile.
As Chelsea beat Southampton to tighten title grip, Mark Pougatch looks at their season.
Oldham Athletic invites 5-year-old fan Thomas behind the scenes at a home game.
Social enterprise founder on their initiative to get more people into social housing.
Lizzie Deignan says she likes the idea of finishing at the 2019 World Road Championships.
England Women's manager Mark Sampson gives his tips for aspiring footballers.
Peter Fury says Anthony Joshua lacks the skill and experience to beat Klitschko.
Lauri Love says his Asperger's diagnosis has given him "clarity".
Joshua says he is ready to silence those critics who question his boxing brain.
Take a look inside the 5 live studios...
Emma Barnett meets people who found themselves at the heart of a news story - to find out how their lives changed overnight.
Mark's twice-weekly video blog is the place where he airs his personal views on the things that most fire him up about cinema.
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