What would you like to talk about?
Technically its still summer here in West London... I'm not so sure, its cold and half of us are off sick. The important thing, however, is what we should be talking about of today's programme. So what should it be?
Are you a Bob Dylan fan? Or are you one of the many people who wonders why he is still so popular after all this time? We'll be asking that very question later on, so get in touch if you have an answer.
Hamadi in Gambia wants to talk about African Oil - the Chadian government has asked two major oil companies to leave saying they have not paid their taxes. And there are varying degrees of conflict in other oil-producing states such as Nigeria and Sudan.
What do you want to talk about? Here are some of my suggestions....
Experts in the UK have recommended that obese and underweight women to be denied fertility treatment - they have also suggested that lesbians are allowed access to treatment. What do you think? Who should decide whether someone can have children or not? You can join our debate by clicking here.
August and Septmeber is apparently peak season for sending British girls abroad to be married against their will. Police in the UK are looking at whether a young Scottish girl is the latest victim of this practice. Of course it doesn't just happen in the UK, but all over the world. Has this happened to you or someone you know? We want to hear your stories.
Also related is a UNICEF report into child sex trafficking into Europe. Not enough is being done to stop it. This is a difficult subject, but we would like to hear your stories.
A brothel in Sydney, Australia, is offering money off the cost of petrol in order to 15 US cents per litre if clients bring in their receipts. The owner, Madam Kerry, said the impact of high fuel prices was hurting the sex industry.
Protests and roadblocks in Bolivia as people claim they have not benefited from President Morales' reforms - isn't this a bit premature? He's been in power for less than a year - surely he should be given more time? Or is there something seriously awry in his handling of his country's affairs?
The Roman Catholic Church in Colombia has threatened excommunication to doctors who performed the country's first legal abortion. It was performed on an 11 year old girl who was raped by her stepfather. The doctors have defended their decision. What are people saying in Colombia?
Oh and Warren Jeffs has been captured. He is the leader of a polygamist sect in the US and was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List. He has been on the run for years - we want to hear reaction from the US and particularly anyone who ever had contact with Jeffs or his sect.
Have you any better ideas? Get in touch and post a comment.