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, 30 Nov 13
24 days remaining
'If I get caught I will be executed' - iPM speaks to Syrians living in Istanbul including a defected soldier who worries about spies and a banker who fled after being called in by secret police for interrogation. Email iPM@bbc.co.uk
Sat, 23 Nov 13
17 days remaining
One listener tells iPM how she saved her five year-old son by donating her liver when his own 'suddenly gave up after five hard years of struggling'. Your News is read by BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz. Email iPM@bbc.co.uk
Sat, 16 Nov 13
10 days remaining
"I'm here to rescue this family"- an iPM listener attempts to save his alcoholic wife but finds that as she gets sober, his life unravels. Your News is read by Jenni Murray. Email iPM@bbc.co.uk
Sat, 9 Nov 13
3 days remaining
When one listener breaks down driving home at night, he never imagines that he will end up in police custody and having two ribs broken in the process. Our listener, a deputy headteacher, is bewildered to find himself on the wrong side of the law. He and his wife talk about the incident which has consumed their lives for the past two years and left their faith in the police shaken. Defence Correspondent Caroline Wyatt reads Your News. Email iPM@bbc.co.uk
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