Business Secretary Vince Cable takes calls on plans to raise tuition fees.
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Phil Williams sits in. Why Olly Murs was a gameshow flop, and how snow's affecting the UK.
Belgium and Holland's World Cup 2018 bid profiled; X Factor Gamu deportation latest.
Former taxi driver Dahir Kadiye who helped secure the release of Paul and Rachel Chandler.
Victoria joins a student sit-in at SOAS, part of London University, over tuition fees.
Victoria hears from a woman who discovered her husband had child pornography.
Alesha Dixon talks about about her experiences of domestic violence.
With guest Christina Schmid, the widow of bomb disposal hero, Staff Sergeant Olaf Schmid.
Victoria Derbyshire speaks to the parents of murdered nurse Jane Clough. (R)
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Two FIFA members banned from World Cup vote. Plus Apprentice reject Sandeesh.
Gunman Raoul Moat's father says he believes his son's death was the outcome police wanted.
Prince William's engagement to Kate Middleton: Jennie Bond and Dickie Arbiter's reaction.
Victoria Derbyshire asks 'should the media shut up?' ahead of the 2018 World Cup decision.
Victoria Derbyshire speaks to the parents of murdered nurse Jane Clough.
Phil Williams sits in and meets a juror from the ricin terror trial.
Phil Williams sits in. Any sympathy left for the students?
Student protests, and isolated care home residents.
How did a teenage drug dealer turn his life around?
The parents of a murdered nurse say her death was entirely preventable.
Victoria interviews Raoul Moat shooting victim PC David Rathband and Minister Jeremy Hunt.
The findings of a serious case review into paedophile, Vanessa George.
Stephen Timms MP's first reaction to the sentencing of a woman who stabbed him.
Boxer James Degale says he would take a 50 per cent pay cut to have his fight shown on BBC
Live on a fire picket line and talking to the son of a murdered Huddersfield shopkeeper.