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Stories from around the UK, including 5 life, a weekly look at family and work issues.
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Stories from around the UK, including money saving advice from the consumer team.
The widow of a miner who died at a Yorkshire colliery says the pit should close.
Stories from around the UK, including the health team reviewing the latest medical stories
Ed Balls's speech at the Labour Party conference, and the weekly sport team.
Eleanor Oldroyd sits in with stories from around the UK.
The consumer team asks if a savings account with cash prizes really makes sense.
Is it time the government rethought its plan for economic recovery?
Should films with smoking in have a higher rating certificate?
Shelagh is live from Dale Farm in Essex where travellers are due to be evicted.
The latest on the rescue operation to reach three miners trapped for more than 24 hours.
The consumer team discuss food labelling, tax credits and more air travel charges.
Prime Minister's Questions focuses on the latest unemployment figures.
Shelagh speaks to the 10 year old who was born a boy but has decided to live as a girl.
The Monday sports team look back at the tennis and the start of the Rugby World Cup.
Martin Lewis joins Shelagh for the consumer team from 1200.
Live in Trafalgar Square which is hosting International Paralympic Day.
Shelagh comes live from Westminster for the return of Prime Minister's Questions.
Shelagh has live coverage of the MPs hearings into the riots and into phone hacking.
Former FA Chief Executive Brian Barwick joins Shelagh and the sports team.
5 Life looks at why seeking counselling sooner rather than later could save your marriage.
Shelagh Fogarty with the latest on the armed forces' redundancies.