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Victoria Derbyshire presents a special election debate on immigration, live from Sheffield
Victoria Derbyshire presents a special election debate on health, live from Southampton.
Victoria Derbyshire presents a special election debate on the economy, live from Newcastle
Talking with women who have turned their lives around thanks to a drug rehab centre.
Victoria Derbyshire asks why a Glasgow student would join Islamic State.
The parents of five-year-old Ashya King speak of their heartache.
With two weeks until Scotland decides, Victoria hosts a live audience debate in Dundee.
The story of a young man whose family could not accept that he was gay.
Victoria Derbyshire presents original stories from across the UK.
What background do you need to get a top job? Plus Tory MP Douglas Carswell joins UKIP.
Chris Warburton sits in and presents original stories from across the UK.
Ebola patient and British nurse William Pooley is a 'hero' says, Sierra Leone colleague.
Chris Warburton sits in for Victoria and presents original stories from across the UK.
The groundbreaking technique that promises to cure a stammer in four days.
A big study suggests breastfeeding cuts postnatal depression.
Missouri rapper sees 'a body on the ground' as two are shot in latest Ferguson violence.
Original stories from across the UK, news, sport and exclusive interviews.
Hamja Ahsam: Why Theresa May should say sorry to my brother.
Girlfriend of footballer Ched Evans says he should be able to play again once out of jail.
Victoria discusses the disease Robin Williams battled all his adult life - depression.
Looking at life in Glen Parva young offenders institute.
Victoria Derbyshire talks to the British woman in Gaza who calls herself a human shield.
US mum explains why she left her children in a hot car to go to job interview.
A British man in jail in the United Arab Emirates says police tortured him into confessing
Baroness Warsi resigns from the government over Gaza.
A priest tells us how his gay marriage stopped him getting a job as an NHS counsellor.
Victoria speaks to a man given electric shocks in the '70s to 'cure' him of being gay.
'I'd cry myself to sleep'. Children with parents in jail tell their stories.