'It's hard to give up on your voice' - iPM hears about talking through a computer.
iPM hears from an elderly listener who, since his wife's death, now pays for sex.
Why is there no UK town called 'Hedgehog'? A listener calls for MPs to take action.
'I forgave my Dad who abused me, but the police over-zealousness broke my family up'.
'Strapping yourself to a rocket is not a normal thing to do'. A spaceman talks to iPM.
'On one hand I met a monster, on the other a human being.' On working with sex offenders.
'They all have a reason for coming.' iPM spends the day in a GP surgery.
The programme that starts with its listeners.
A journalist reveals how she covertly entered North Korea but decided not to report.
Legendary test pilot Eric Winkle Brown tells how to survive a crash.
'Sex is funny' - Ray Cooney on farce. Plus, Mrs Thatcher's green credentials.
'The great certainty' - why we don't talk about death and how we should.
Two listeners discuss the options for the future of press regulation. Eddie Mair presents.
'Change the world in a small way' - On superheroes, altruism and disguise.
'The music speaks to me' - A PM listener praises the sounds of Mali with Eddie Mair.
A listener argues an ignored form of nuclear reactor could plug the UK's energy gap.
'Throwing them into work ill-equipped.' A critique of British education for the workplace.
'I read all my daughters' texts.' A mother and a teenage listener discuss online privacy.
"Were there school lessons in Auschwitz?" A Holocaust survivor on sharing his story.
'You saw my Little Nellie on the big screen' - tales of James Bond stunt flyer Ken Wallis.
Challenges to women in the workplace - a listener's experience from the 1960s.
All about the winner of the iPM New Year's Honours.
The winner of the iPM New Year's Honours is announced.
'Will you marry me, Mister?' A listener proposes to her boyfriend during a show about love
Two men of the cloth discuss gay marriage, and Shaun Ley reads your news.
'I gave Spandau's Tony Hadley his voice.' Maria Malone ghostwrites pop autobiographies.
'My brain's wired up differently.' A listener with Asperger's Syndrome shares his story.