Your News, we want to hear it
Missing bantams, gun-toting husbands, speeding trains, wood smoke, sleepless nights. It may sound like lyrics from a Tom Waits' song, but these are some of the topics you'll hear in our weekly "Your News" feature.
The idea: You tell us your news in a single sentence, we string them all together as a bulletin read out by a BBC voice.
Winston Plowes sent his news in the form of a haiku..
On the lonely moors, the wind cuts into my face. Stranded, far from home.
Last week, the sports broadcaster James Alexander Gordon joined the galaxy of Radio 4 stars who have read Your News. Listener Iris Wells made this request:
"Perhaps you would kindly consider asking Moira Stuart if she would read the listeners' news one week? It would be good to hear Moira again - I miss her reading the news on TV."
iPM has approached Moira's agent. Fingers crossed.
If you have a sentence of news (haiku optional) or want to nominate a Your News newsreader, leave a comment below or email us at ipm-at-bbc.co.uk.