'When my home was burgled, I went to meet the offender in prison.' How did it go?
Eddie Mair asks, 'Has anyone sober ever joined a political party?'.
The programme that starts with its listeners.
'She's 52 and not being anti-social, she has Alzheimer's.' Tales of early-onset dementia.
Would Eddie Mair swap his voice? Listeners talk about talking, and losing the voice.
How to turn the Cuban Missile Crisis into a musical, and Tanni Grey-Thompson on Your News.
A listener who was once shot tells us why he thinks British gun control laws are too tough
'I know that God thinks differently'. A gay vicar describes being banned because he is gay
An iPM Olympic Special with an opening ceremony and the world champion who can't compete.
'I was downstairs during the Olympic siege.' A listener's day hiding below the Munich flat
What happens to the carer when the person they love finally dies? A listener tells us.
'I was the second man to swear on the BBC.' Listener Sir Peregrine Worsthorne looks back.
'Jimmy Carr? Let him get on with it.' A welfare adviser's view of tax avoidance.
'I escaped drink-sodden, maudlin, macho nationalism' - a Scot proud to be a Londoner.
'My generation is spoilt and self-centred' - an exasperated volunteer carer speaks out.
'I grew up in a factory making explosives.' A listener remembers wartime munitions work.
An Englishman living in Scotland on why he changed his mind about Scottish independence.
'I pinned my hopes on the 1940 Olympics' - an Olympian flew 81 missions for Bomber Command
'They sing racist songs on the school bus' - John Humphrys' son on Greece's far right.
Another Country: A Briton who went French to vote there. Danny Baker reads Your News.
A listener prompts us to look back at the man put in charge of the water crisis in 1976.
Falklands satire: A listener's collection of cartoons. John Craven reads Your News.
Jennifer Tracey talks to Philip Rankin, the man who built Scotland's first chair lift.
Why some listeners have been experiencing a rush of euphoria after losing their jobs.