All the build-up to the Manchester derby with Aasmah Mir and Peter Allen.
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One hundred police search for a man wanted in connection with two murders.
Rupert Murdoch says there was a cover-up at the News of the World over phone hacking.
The UK is back in recession and the construction sector is struggling the most.
The culture secretary is under pressure to resign because of links to News International.
David Cameron dismisses criticism from one of his own MPs that he's out of touch.
Drive hears the latest from Bahrain as tensions rise ahead of this weekend's F1 Grand Prix
The home secretary is under more pressure over the deportation of Abu Qatada.
The government's attempt to deport the radical cleric Abu Qatada suffers setback.
Aasmah Mir and Andy Verity get reaction to news that Abu Qatada has been re-arrested.
Anders Breivik takes the stand, an emergency landing at Gatwick and Fabrice Muamba.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Aasmah Mir and John Inverdale.
The Syrian ceasefire still holds - but for how much longer?
Record number of children in care and reaction to the sentencing of the Croydon arsonist.
Reaction to the possible US extradition of five men on terror charges and more on Syria.
Hose pipe ban is imposed across the East and South East of England.
Airlines warn of delays over the Easter getaway because of queues at passport control.
Teaching and lecturing unions have criticised plans to toughen up the A-level system.
Argentina's President attacks Britains over the Falklands.