'We've created an aspirational, desirable, anti-diarrhoea kit.'.
'You basically had carte-blanche to do whatever you wanted.'.
'The viewer will look at those bodies like another beggar he passes by on the street'.
Listener Janice Kennedy tells her story about discovering a WW1 time capsule.
The programme that starts with its listeners.
'When patients have this level of illness, they often have absolutely no memory of it.'.
'The gunmen came and snatched her.'.
'He says I'm a liar and it's all made up. I'm going to have to prove that it isn't.'.
An iPM listener and her son discuss his drug abuse and what it's like to live with a guru.
'At the moment, we live as a family under siege.'.
Can you remember the first time when someone, anyone, said to you 'I love you'?
'To be told 'we are all living longer' is an insult to those who may not.'.
'Do you really want to see someone losing their life?'.
'The worst thing would be if I crash the car and we'll both die.'.
'Choosing which language you speak is a political and moral decision.'.
'I realised I had come back to a war zone' - iPM hears about life in South Sudan.
'My daughter woke from her coma and hit me in the face.'.
'This isn't just a story about plants, this is a love story' - inheriting a greenhouse.
'Nothing is ever the same' - we speak to a listener who lived through a nuclear disaster.
'I've been measuring the rainfall in my garden, the figures are extraordinary'.
'They have built their country from scratch, I hope they don't destroy it'.
'This was the year that I found out I was a woman' - news sent in by listeners.
'Our voices are part of people's lives' - discussing the role of Radio Announcer.
'Not everyone with my illness is a murderer' - iPM discusses paranoid schizophrenia.
One listener tells iPM - 'My husband was a child sex offender, but I never knew.'.
'If I get caught I will be executed' - iPM speaks to Syrians living in Istanbul.
'I gave my son half my liver' - a listener tells iPM how she saved her five-year-old son.