Colin discusses the Olympics, smoking in cars and whether gambling laws should be relaxed.
Plans to crack down on tax avoidance - the price of food - and top tips for Olympic gold.
Farmers protest over milk prices; civil servants plan to strike; the latest on Syria.
The latest on Syria; pressures on Olympic athletes; complaints about hot tub parties.
Are we being too negative in the build-up to the Olympic Games?
Lively late-night chat on stories you're talking about.
A friend of one of the mountaineers killed in an avalanche pays tribute.
Tony has the latest on the Olympic security problems.
Police hunt a gunman in Essex, and should cohabiting couples have more rights?
A laser light show opens The Shard - is Europe's tallest building something to celebrate.
Your calls on whether the government is right to cut up to 20,000 troops.
Bob Diamond resigns from Barclays but could get a big pay out. Does he deserve it?
Should unsolicited phone calls be banned? And why is the Higgs boson particle important?
Floods disrupt large parts of the country - David Beckham won't be in Team GB.
What is the best way to educate problem childen? Plus the new memorial to WWII aircrew.
The threepence fuel duty rise is postponed until January. Is that the right decision?
A healthcare trust faces going bust - an historic first.
Tony discusses exams, Isle of Wight Festival and coming to terms with death.
Your calls as England beat Ukraine to get through to the quarter finals of Euro 2012.
Tackling obesity - what next for the Eurozone - and book sensation Fifty Shades of Grey.
Tony from the Falklands on the 30th anniversary of liberation from the Argentine invasion.
Harry Redknapp leaves Tottenham. We get reaction.
Liberal Democrat president says his party will not support Jeremy Hunt.
Your calls after England's opening match of Euro 2012 against France ends in a draw.
Lively late-night chat on stories you're talking about as Colin Paterson sits in.
Cardiff City are changing their kit from blue to red -- does it matter?
Colin Paterson discusses the jubilee, swearing, Euro 2012, and the night sky.
BBC Radio 5 live and Falklands Radio Service join together for a special broadcast.