The programme that starts with its listeners.
A doctor talks about encountering violence in her job.
A Muslim listener talks about being stopped at the airport and about her love for the UK.
What is it like to live on the edge of a crumbling cliff?
A listener says she could not divorce her cheating husband for adultery because he is gay.
The story of the man accused and found not guilty of Elsie Frost's murder.
A listener's dilemma when counselling paedophiles.
Christopher Humphrys talks with his father John about living in Greece.
A Greek woman talks about the financial crisis in her country and moving to the UK.
The brother of Elsie Frost reads through the coroner's report of the murder of his sister.
A listener and his wife talk about his illness and 58 years of marriage.
A listener's struggle to come to terms with amputation.
What happened to Elsie Frost? The detective leading her case speaks to iPM.
'Who can make decisions about a pacemaker once it's in my body?' - iPM explores UK law.
Elsie Frost: 'Nobody can see anything. Why?'.
'Life's too short to pretend to be somebody I'm not.'.
'These are moving sands, and it's getting very interesting.'.
'I had to show the police my knife.' A man comes forward with an unusual offer of help.
A listener and her brother talk to iPM about the unsolved murder of their sister in 1965.
'Yemen is a stunning country.' A British man gives a personal account of life in Yemen.
'I like the pandas, but I prefer the squirrels.' iPM speaks to an Edinburgh Zoo worker.
Does hearing voices mean you are mentally ill? Presented by Eddie Mair and Jennifer Tracey
iPM explores what happens when a lorry driver blacks out on the road.
'You can have a good divorce.' Presented by Eddie Mair and Jennifer Tracey.
'I can't tell my brother not to fight' - A Ukrainian on coping with military conscription.
A mother describes how she felt when her son was told he was cured of cancer.