Peter Allen and Aasmah Mir led 5 live's election coverage as the last results came in from across the country.
With a hung parliament now certain, we heard from the leaders of the three main parties.
Plenty of listeners got in touch with their thoughts on who will be prime minister when the dust settles.
Hundreds of thousands of public sector workers are on strike over pensions.
A report says more than 70% of NHS trusts are now ignoring guidance on IVF.
Some have stopped paying for it altogether.
Should it be a right? Can the NHS afford it?
Today the Labour leader Ed Miliband and his partner Justine Thornton are getting hitched.
They already have two children, and he's said recently that unmarried couples can be as solid as married people.
The General Medical Council gave a GP a written warning for suggesting to a patient that Christianity could help cure him.
Dr Richard Scott told 5 live Breakfast he's appealing against the decision. The GMC say he risked bringing his profession into disrepute by discussing his religion.
That's what Ken Clarke initially seemed to suggest on Victoria's programme yesterday.
Since then the Justice Secretary has apologised for perhaps giving the wrong impression. He now says he's always believed that all rape is extremely serious.
EU officials are telling us our influence abroad is suffering, because as a rule, British people don't speak other languages.
Do we need to?
It's been a bad night for Nick Clegg.
The results are still coming in but it's clear that the Liberal Democrats have suffered significant losses in the elections.
Have they been asking for it? Or do you think they're just the fall guys for unpopular coalition policies?
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