Reaction to Manchester City's derby win which re-ignites the title race.
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Christopher Tappin's lawyer says he is delighted to be released on bail.
Tony discusses Chelsea's European triumph, the Leveson Inquiry, and drug treatment.
Ann Widdecombe says those drunk in public should be arrested and named and shamed.
A member of the Bahraini government guarantees the safety of F1 teams this weekend.
The Employment Minister says companies should hire young Brits instead of foreigners.
Tony talks to midfielder Jay Tabb as Reading are promoted back to the Premier League.
Should parents benefits be cut if kids play truant. Dave Whelan on Wigan beating Arsenal.
A man tells how he learnt to live a heterosexual life and is happier for it.
Tony talks Premier League football, Trayvon Martin, riots sentencing and film ratings.
Tony discusses whether school holidays are too long, mobile phone manners and dreams.
Jonathan Overend sits in. Should raunchy music videos get an 18 rating?
Will banning cigarette displays in shops stop children taking up smoking?
Adil Ray discusses civil liberties, spoilt children and the hose pipe ban.
A journalist says other women hate her because she's beautiful - does she have a point?
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