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'The sea's a monster, if you love it, you're an idiot!': A yachting couple finally moor up
Morris dancing, memory and the man who cleaned up the riots.
In this week's iPM Philthy Delphia tells us about the Roller Derby World Cup.
'Green Grows My Peston, Oh!' Ramblin' Syd Rumpo puts listeners' new swearwords to music.
'A quick handshake is enough' - the dad of a dead marine on public displays of grief.
"Einstein's theory has contradictions, mine doesn't." A listener challenges E=MC2.
'I'm related to royalty and Papandreou.' A listener puts the case for monarchy.
One care leaver's inspirational story.
The news programme that starts with its listeners.
'Dad coming out brought us closer.' How a policeman's complex private life came to light.
'I don't know what prison is for!': A convict's wife on punishment and rehabilitation.
'Wait for her son, then take her off life support.' A listener's near death experience.
"I'm the voice of widows, silenced by hackers" - how con men attacked a listener's charity
"I can't meet Anne Robinson, because I'm a criminal" A listener discusses having a record.
'I seem to see 2.30am with astounding regularity'. A radio legend discusses sleeplessness.
iPM revisits the infamous 1986 broadcast of Midweek. With Eddie Mair and Jennifer Tracey.
'Everywhere I go people hold on to their bags.' Inside a school for excluded students.
'It's awful to think, I'm glad my child's locked up.' A mum talks of a wayward daughter.
'Princess Margaret's boyfriend picked us up.' Listeners share tales of hitchhiking.
Can our listeners collectively edit the works of Charles Dickens - in just six months?
'News of the World came to our rescue' - say the family of a shot policeman.
'Rupert loves papers, we found him inspirational.' A Sun veteran praises Rupert Murdoch.
'I had to stop the police lynching him.' The tensions between detectives and reporters.
"You didn't have Playstations and TV. You didn't have a toilet." An ex-prisoner speaks.
'Tabloids destroyed my friend's life'. A listener talks about press intrusion.
'The press treats crime like public entertainment. It's not.' A murder victim's mum speaks
'Mum brought eyes and hearts home from the butcher'. The early life of a plastic surgeon.
'We were exposed to the edges of genocide.' A peacekeeper's view of Bosnia.
"It started as a normal party, then turned into an orgy." Tales of a former Bunny Girl.