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Tony Livesey has the latest from Libya, plus we celebrate the people of Wootton Bassett.
Adil Ray sits in for Tony Livesey with the latest developments from Libya.
The latest on Libya, a dark night for Scottish football and our binge-drinking crisis.
Tony Livesey with the latest on Libya, plus leaving school at 16 and bad film accents.
Updates on the fight for Tripoli, tough new community sentences, and comedy non-classics.
A former Libyan diplomat who defected warns Colonel Gaddafi's exit will be a bloody one.
Lee Chapman speaks to Adil about settling his hacking case against the News of the World.
Should social networks should be put on hold during riots? Plus, the Hackney heroine.
Do the rioters' sentences fit the crime or are the courts going over the top?
After last week's riots in England Adil debates is society really broken?
5 live broadcasts a special edition of Question Time, then Adil takes calls on the riots.
Adil Ray's in Birmingham and Stephen Nolan's in Manchester in the aftermath of violence.
Adil Ray presents from Manchester, with updates from Stephen Nolan on the city's streets.
An extended 5 live programme as the rioting spreads across London and to Birmingham.
Economic troubles - holiday etiquette - football management - and is there life on Mars?
Adil Ray sits in. Egyptians discuss the Mubarak trial starting. Yorkshire floods update.
More problems for the Spanish economy. Tony discusses the state of our high streets.
Lively late-night chat on stories you're talking about.