News and debate on the day's big stories.
BBC Radio 5 live
Phone-in and debate on the day's big stories.
Highlights from the past year of phone-ins and big interviews with Victoria Derbyshire.
BBC Radio 5 live, BBC Radio Foyle, BBC Radio Ulster
Phone-in. Does it matter what teachers get up to in their private lives?
How have you stopped your children getting stuck in the middle of failing relationships?
Are Britain's gun laws failing? Plus debate on about mortgage protection insurance.
Phone-in. Have you been affected by the mistake over public sector pensions?
An interview with Tarique Ghaffur, formerly Britain's most senior Asian police officer.
Phone-in. How do you stop children joining gangs?
If you've lost your job recently, how have you stayed calm? Do Take That need Robbie back?
Phone-in. Should an assisted suicide be shown on TV?
Victoria speaks to a teenage girl who was stabbed 20 times, and her family.
Victoria asks whether teenagers make good parents, plus reaction to the Stanstead protests
Is Karen Matthews 'pure evil', or is she just greedy? Plus, debate on interest rates.
Phone-in asking whether some Olympic sports are more deserving of your money than others.
Can businesses afford to be flexible when a parent asks to work differently?
Phone in and debate. How do we rebuild trust in social services?
Victoria Derbyshire speaks to 11-year-old twins who were born conjoined.