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Simon Mayo looks back on breaking the news of the terrorist attack on America on 9/11.
The best bits of Simon Mayo's 5 live shows
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Timothy Spall talks about his Christmas drama, The Fattest Man In Britain.
Rick Wakeman joins Simon in the studio to play some festive tunes on his keyboard.
With Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Mock The Week editor Dan Patterson.
Joe Calzaghe, Matt Dawson and Dame Kelly Holmes join Simon to review the sporting decade.
Actor Simon Callow and science writer Simon Singh join the host in the studio.
Baroness Shirley Williams talks about her autobiography. Plus the sports panel.
Simon speaks to James Cameron, director of new film Avatar, and comedian Chris Addison.
Simon Mayo presents coverage of Prime Minister's Questions and the pre-Budget report.
Andre Agassi talks about his controversial autobiography.
Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband discusses the Copenhagen Summit.
Simon speaks to comedian Eddie Izzard about his recent marathon effort for Sport Relief.
Simon's guests include Andrew Davenport, creative director at Ragdoll Productions.
Simon speaks to nature expert and new president of the RSPB Kate Humble,.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg joins Simon, and answers your questions.
Simon speaks to Ann Widdecombe and the creator of QI John Lloyd. Plus the TV review.
Sports chat, including cricket from South Africa and Merseyside's football fortunes.
Richard Bacon sits in for Simon Mayo. With Delia Smith and comedian Ed Byrne.
Richard Bacon sits in for Simon. Guests include Holly Johnson and Stephen K Amos.
Richard Bacon sits in for Simon Mayo. With Christopher Lloyd and Bernard Cribbins.
Richard Bacon sits in for Simon, and speaks to Alice Cooper, and actor Bob Golding.
Bill Nighy, Stephen Poliakoff and Madness join Simon in the studio.
Featuring Dara O'Briain, David Ginola, Jenson Button, Michael Sheen and Zac Efron.
Simon is at Westminster for the State Opening of Parliament.
Noisettes play live and Nicholas Parsons discusses a new series of The WotWots.
Featuring Top Gear's James May, Omid Djalili and George Cross recipient Matt Croucher.
Featuring David Tennant, Mark Knopfler and the Sports Panel.
Sir Michael Caine talks about his new film Harry Brown and Martha Wainwright plays live.
Simon is live from Westminster for PMQs. Plus guests Bill Bailey and Barry Cryer.