Triple Sony Award nomination for PM.
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Chesley Sullenberger saved the lives of 155 people by an emergency plane landing on the Hudson River. This montage of recordings offers an insight into what was going on in the cockpit and control towers in the moments before.
On the day of the local election results, a discussion with the deputy leader of the Labour party Harriet Harman, the Conservative party chairman Eric Pickles, and the Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokesman Chris Huhne.
On election day in Iran, Hugh Sykes reports live from Tehran. He witnesses the lack of voter privacy at polling stations and the potentially confusing ballot papers.
'Upshares, Downshares' started as a specialist segment of the programme to reflect the importance of the credit crisis to all our lives. Listeners spontaneously started to send in their own arrangements of the Upstairs, Downstairs theme tune. We talked to the composer Alexander Faris.
In a report on the problems suffered by children whose brother or sister is killed by their parents, our social policy correspondent Kim Catcheside elicits testimony from a woman who adopted siblings who've been through some disturbing experiences.
The former Cabinet minister John Hutton is invited to admit that he really did once say Gordon Brown would be a 'f***ing disaster' as Prime Minister.