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Olympic sailor Andrew Simpson is killed in an accident in the US.
Giles Dilnot with reaction to Queen's Speech and Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.
The latest on the women freed in the USA; the future of the EU; a new initiative on Syria.
Syria; the latest on the Cornish speedboat tragedy; and a boost for credit unions.
The latest on the local elections and South Shields by-election, and it's Tony's last show
Coronation Street actor William Roache has been charged with two counts of rape.
The trial starts of the man accused of murdering April Jones, who went missing last year.
A new appeal in the French Alps murder inquiry and NBA player Jason Collins comes out.
UK avoids triple dip recession, and are we educated enough about measles?
The UK's a much less violent place than a decade ago, but do you feel safer?
The government's latest attempt to get Abu Qatada deported has failed.
Reaction from fans and former players to Manchester United winning a 20th league title.
FBI releases photos of two suspects it wants to identify as part of the Boston bombings.
Reaction to Baroness Thatcher's funeral and Team Talk.
Cardiff are promoted to the Premier League, and Bump Club talks older parents.
A breaking news special on the Boston Marathon explosions.
For over seven hours politicians paid tribute and debated the legacy of Baroness Thatcher.
The UK's first youth crime commissioner resigns over offensive tweets. Did she have to go?
Calls and opinion on the life and legacy of Baroness Thatcher.
Do the Philpott sentences represent justice and should the Chancellor be getting involved?
North Korea steps up its nuclear rhetoric, plus is Britain still divided on class lines?
The Philpotts are found guilty of killing their children.
As changes to benefits are introduced Iain Duncan Smith claims he could live on £53 a week
Can anything save the high street? Plus former minister Andrew Mitchell is to sue the Sun.
Abu Qatada's deportation order is overruled, and the Stones play Glastonbury.
Bump club discusses the cost of having a baby and independent midwives.
Sam Walker sits in. The cold snap continues, how are you coping with the freezing weather?
The Cyprus crisis, bad weather, boy bands and the treatment of women in men's magazines.
Max Rushden presents a budget special from the Duo-UK, a factory in Manchester.
Budget Preview - what could the chancellor do for you? And it's 5 live's Bump Club.