Like many items on iPM, Your News was inspired by a listener, but not just any listener. It was suggested by the writer and broadcaster Paddy O'Connell of Radio 4's Broadcasting House.
The bulletin made up of sentences sent in by listeners has become a regular feature on iPM and a firm favourite. So much so, that for our show on Saturday 21st March we'd like to devote the whole 14 minutes to Your News.
If you have never contacted iPM, it's the perfect opportunity to dip your toe in. Send us a dozen or so words about any current event in your life. Email or leave a comment. We won't read your name out on air.
If you need a little inspiration, here's the Your News bulletin that special guest announcer Paddy "Father of Your News" O'Connell read out on the last edition of iPM...
Our deaf 19-year-old cat has suddenly gone blind, poor thing.
I have been reading and sighing over the letters my mum sent to my dad in 1947.
After a respite of three months my two-year-old son has started head-banging in his sleep again.
Cut my hours to try and save the job of one of my subordinates.
Fell in love virtually with young Russian boy online, will I be scammed again?
I'm looking forward to trying a new beef short rib recipe, just as soon as my dentures arrive.
Big Joan's bereavement cuddle, made me feel as if I was being kissed by a giraffe. Her orange hair, like saintly meringue in my eyes.
Whilst getting things ready for a science cruise at the end of this month, I found myself singing "I'm forever labeling bottles" to the tune used at Upton Park.
I have been reacquainted with changing very soiled nappies by our 3-week-old daughter.
My dog got attacked at the park, so i got to see the PDSA in action and was very impressed
Planted the first seeds of the year at the allotment - parsnips & radishes. Yum!
I'm in the middle of filling in forms about plans for concerts in November 2009 and May 2010. How's that for planning ahead?
Butternut squash cooked adequately; athletes foot returns.
My boyfriend died very suddenly two years ago, and I miss him desperately - although many people seem now to be implying that I'm using him as an excuse for my failings.
Benji B. Barack walked off lead for the first time since moving in with us from Wood Green shelter and he even came back when called.
My biopsy results were clear.