Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, Marc Woods and guests re-live a fantastic Paralympic summer.
5 live commentator John Murray reflects on the goals which defined 2008.
The story of Robert Maxwell's failed attempt to merge Oxford United and Reading FC.
Live from Liverpool, including a debate on the future of football in the city.
An original mix of Saturday morning sports entertainment featuring fans and special guests
Peter Allen looks back at the extraordinary story of the Arab Spring.
Live coverage of the Ashes.
Live cricket commentary on The Ashes series between England and Australia, plus features
Nick Hancock and guests take a witty look at this week and next week's big stories.
Gabby Logan hosts an event combining classical favourites and great sporting events.
John Inverdale presents highlights from 5 live's coverage of the 2008 Olympic Games.
Martin Kelner and guests work out the answers to the week's biggest questions
Coverage of the Budget
Coverage and reaction from the Cheltenham Festival
Christian O' Connell and guests create a manifesto on how to improve our popular sports.
Christian O'Connell presents his Manifesto to make life better - live from Edinburgh.
Christian O'Connell has just one hour to put right some of the world's wrongs
Recollections and reflections from people who have met Nelson Mandela.
People whose lives were touched by Sir Bobby Robson reflect on what he meant to them.
The famous and not so famous recall the impact meeting The Queen has had on their lives.
John Hurt tells the story of the day Andy Murray won the men's singles at Wimbledon.
Stephen Nolan and guests debate the voting system ahead of next week's referendum.
Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage debate Britain's membership of the European Union.
Coverage of Baroness Thatcher's funeral at St Paul's Cathedral.
Live coverage of the funeral of Nelson Mandela from Qunu, South Africa.
Lennox Lewis tells the story of the first black heavyweight boxing champion, Jack Johnson.
Coverage and reaction from The Great North Run
Coverage and reaction from Sir John Chilcot's inquiry into the Iraq war
Join Max Keiser as he gets to grips with the recession and predicts the big news of 2010.
Young people, yet to vote, give their views on the future shape of the UK.
Lawrence Dallagio and Austin Healy pick their ultimate Lions team.
Coverage of the London Marathon
Colin Murray presents a special in-depth interview with Sebastian Coe ahead of London 2012
Live golf commentary, reports and reaction from the first major of the season at Augusta
Fast-moving film quiz with Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver speaks about life in the spotlight and his charity foundation.
Caroline Barker takes a fan's eye look at non-league football
Colin Jackson and Mark Foster talk to Olympic icons and find out what it takes to win gold
Russell Fuller tracks the path to the games for previously non-disabled athletes.
Topical comedy as guests reveal what they would do as Prime Minister
Coverage of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations
Jane Garvey and Mike Sweeney celebrate the best of UK radio, BBC and commercial, in 2012.
Jane Garvey and Geoff Lloyd present 5 live's annual review of the year in radio.
5 Live's coverage of the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton
Golf coverage of the USA v Europe in the Ryder Cup
Jamie Stangroom from 5 live's Up All Night looks back at the big music stories of 2010.
Jamie Stangroom looks back at the music of 2011 featuring Adele, Snow Patrol and Olly Murs
Tam Cowan, Stuart Cosgrove, and guests comically dissect the sporting year.
News, entertainment updates and sport, plus a look at what's making the next day's papers
Ian McGarry talks to Theo Walcott about his life, Arsenal, and his World Cup hopes.
Tim Lovejoy hosts an hour of festive football discussion.
Late-night chat on stories you're talking about
News from around the UK. Including sport, politics and money news with Tony Livesey
Justin Moorhouse and comic guests with a lively hour of banter over the past week's news.
Coverage of the Tour de France - cycling's most prestigious race
Trevor Nelson explores South Africa's passionate relationship with the beautiful game.