iPM is the news programme that starts with its listeners. A weekly companion to the nightly PM, it's where the expertise and insights of the Radio 4 audience shape a programme that sees news differently. Presented by Jennifer Tracey and PM's Eddie Mair.
Sat, 23 May 15
25 days remaining
After a listener told us about the murder of her 14 year old sister, iPM hears from the Detective in charge of the case. He's made a decision which Elsie's family hopes could lead to a breakthrough. Presented by Jennifer Tracey. Email iPM@bbc.co.uk
Sat, 16 May 15
18 days remaining
After a listener got in touch with an ethical dilemma, we explore what the UK law says about switching off pacemakers and other implanted medical devices. Presented by Jennifer Tracey and Eddie Mair. Email iPM@bbc.co.uk
Sat, 9 May 15
11 days remaining
An iPM listener tells her story of surviving a natural disaster. Mandy Bath then went on to write a book about her experience - 'Disaster in Paradise: The Landslides in Johnson's Landing.' Published by Harbour Publishing. With thanks to Global BC for the use of their archive footage. Presented by Jennifer Tracey and Eddie Mair. iPM@bbc.co.uk
Sat, 2 May 15
4 days remaining
iPM discovers new information about the secret files on the unsolved murder of Elsie Frost. Why has it been so hard for her brother and sister to find out what they want to know? iPM@bbc.co.uk
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