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Robbie Savage says insecurity over his performances made him post on fan message boards.
Food Waste charity says more than 100 million pints of milk wasted each year in the UK.
Woman deported back to Singapore says she'll do all she can to return to the UK.
A woman talks about how she was abused as a child by an imam.
Moonlight actress Naomie Harris says she thought Oscars Best Picture mix up "was a prank"
DJ Pete Tong describes how the announcement for Oscars Best Picture "all went Pete Tong"
A La La Land backing singer explains how fast recording a soundtrack can be.
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Ugo and Chris on Italy frustrating England with their innovative tactics at the ruck.
Andrew Flintoff, Robbie Savage & Matthew Syed talk sport, life and everything in-between.
Reaction to an incredible turnaround for Leicester under caretaker boss Shakespeare.
Sanjeev Bhaskar and Robbie Collin sit in. Hugh Jackman talks about his new film Logan.
Transgender teenagers say they have been refused NHS treatment.
Tony Blair, Mark Zuckerberg, Adele and Lloyds of London - who's had a good week?
John Pienaar talks to shadow chancellor John McDonnell and actress and model Lily Cole.
The best current affairs interviews, insight and analysis from BBC Radio 5 live.
Sandro Monetti believes the early 2018 Oscars favourite is Dunkirk.
LA journalist Anita Bennett says the Oscars has some way to go to be truly diverse.
Homeland and Supergirl star David Harewood addresses rumours he will be the next Dr Who.
Super model and actor Lily Cole on political protest and President Trump.
Martin O’Neill says he’s disappointed with Claudio Ranieri’s sacking
The best of 5 live's sport coverage, insight and analysis
Italy head coach Conor O'Shea says his side were just 'playing to the laws'
England head coach Eddie Jones says their match against Italy 'wasn't rugby'.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's 26 goals this season have not been enough to impress caller Brian.
Leicester City fan Joanne defended her club's decision to sack Claudio Ranieri.
Ex-England flanker Lewis Moody says back to back Grand Slams is a tall order for England
Former Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett says he would consider a return to St Andrews.
Rowett responds to questions about his interest in the managerial vacancy at Leicester.
Colin Paterson presents a preview of the 89th Academy Awards, live from Beverley Hills.
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