Tony Livesey sits in for Shelagh and presents news and sport from around the UK.
BBC Radio 5 live
The father of nine-year-old held up with an axe, PMQs, policing reforms, fuel prices.
Britain will send 350 troops to west Africa and Mali to help the French.
Ministers say the proposed high-speed rail link will be good for the economy.
The UK economy shrinks again, and live action as Andy Murray beats Roger Federer.
British people are told to leave Bengazi because of an 'imminent threat'.
A German businessman tells Shelagh that he's surprised Britain is holding an EU referendum
A British woman is given a death sentence for smuggling drugs in Bali.
Shelagh Fogarty with the Sports Team; Algeria hostage crisis; snow and shark heroics.
Reaction to Lance Armstrong's confession from a former pro-cyclist who also doped.
Algeria confirms military action at the gas field where al-Qaeda are holding hostages.
20 BP oil workers are kidnapped in Algeria, and the latest on the helicopter crash.
Gordon Strachan says he's so proud to be the new Scotland coach, and we've more on HMV.
Sports team discussion; plus pension reform, Europe and energy bills.
Reaction to the report looking at the extent of the Jimmy Savile abuse.
Prison officers react at government plans to close seven jails.
Justice Secretary's new plans for ex-prisoners, plus the future for Jessops camera shops.
Shelagh talks to one of the world's leading transplant surgeons.
Shelagh Fogarty, plus the sports team. The coalition government reaches its midway point.
Shelagh looks at attitudes to rape in India after the death of a young woman in Delhi.
Police in India charge five men with the rape and murder of a medical student.
Shelagh and the MPs team discuss political lobbying, the G8 and aid.