The programme that starts with its listeners.
'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.
Why birdwatching is such a gift for one listener and her mother, who has dementia.
'I wish they'd all wear tents.' One listener worries that thin people will be a minority.
'We all took this money, we all partied.' John Humphrys on living in a debt-ridden country
'It's just a silly cartoon'.
'I feel like I'm in line for execution.' A listener creates an ethical dilemma for doctors
'Come on mum, it's just death, just relax.' Presented by Eddie Mair and Jennifer Tracey.
The best of iPM 2014.
'It's a shame Grand Theft Auto doesn't have a misogyny filter.'.
'She must have held the patient's hand, I'm sure that's how she got infected.'.
The programme that starts with its listeners. 'I have been a hermit now for 8 years.'.
iPM hears from a listener and scientist who has made maggots smell the colour blue.
If I were a man, would you do that?
'It's the edited highlights of my life'. Jennifer Tracey talks an Instagram super-user mum
'I didn't stay in any children's home more than a week before I was on my toes again'.
'They call her the Hero of Ebola.'.
'We don't pay ransoms. Do not take Brits or we will come and get you.'.
'I simply voted No': A listener tells iPM why his was a vote for the status quo.
'Work hard, party harder' - Is this the future of university life?
iPM speaks to a listener and his colleague about the Scottish referendum.
'Who are you and who do you want to be?'.
'I could never look at that car park without a cold horrible feeling.'.
'We started thinking, are we going to be allowed to die in our house?'.
iPM speaks to a listener who can tell us what it is like to test positive for ebola.