The best moments from Victoria Derbyshire's morning programme, Monday - Friday on BBC Radio 5 live. Exclusive, news-making interviews, and powerful human interest stories.
Wed, 15 May 13
Are gaming machines in betting shops as addictive as crack cocaine? It's a claim frequently made but is there any evidence to back it up? We try and find out and hear from people who've spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on the machines.
Tue, 14 May 13
Victoria Derbyshire speaks exclusively to Sally Marston who’s devastated to find out that the man who was convicted for sexually abusing her as a child has recently been taken off the Sex Offenders Register. And to Nicholas Clough – the lawyer who represented her abuser in court.
Thu, 25 Apr 13
Singer Jahmene Douglas and his mother tell Victoria Derbyshire about the years of domestic violence they experienced as a family. In an exclusive report for the programme Jahmene also visits a refuge for women who've experienced domestic abuse. 5 live listeners share their stories too.
Tue, 23 Apr 13
The leader of Britain's biggest union Unite speaks to 5 live listeners about the possibility of a general strike, defends his total salary package of over £100,000 and expresses doubts to Victoria Derbyshire over whether the Labour party could win the next general election.
Wed, 6 Mar 13
Victoria speaks to one of the women who's made allegations against former Liberal Democrat Chief Executive Lord Rennard for behaving inappropriately towards her.
Mon, 4 Mar 13
Victoria Derbyshire goes to see Rachel, the alcoholic doctor, who first called the programme in February 2011, at her home in Yorkshire.
Mon, 4 Mar 13
Victoria Derbyshire speaks again to Rachel, the alcoholic doctor, who first called the programme in February 2011.
Mon, 4 Mar 13
Rachel called Victoria, she's a doctor, and an alcoholic and was about to check herself into rehab. Another chance to hear her powerful story.
Fri, 1 Mar 13
A father who successfully fought a legal battle for the right to have his adult autistic son live with him says his son's options are bleak and he could end up back in court.
Tue, 26 Feb 13
Mother Sally Roberts, who tried to stop her son Neon receiving cancer treatment, says she has no regrets.
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