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Tony Livesey sits in and presents news and sport.
BBC Radio 5 live
PMQ's, shooting in Switzerland, the latest from Eastliegh and concern about house prices.
The latest on the hot air balloon crash in Egypt, and the health team.
Reaction as Cardinal Keith O'Brien resigns, plus US Secretary of State John Kerry.
SA magistrate delivers bail decision on athlete Oscar Pistorius.
Three men guilty of trying to organise a terror attack bigger than 9/11.
Shelagh talks to her MPs about the sale of 4G. She gets the latest on the Pistorius case.
As OFGEM boss says energy bills could rise, we ask what the government can do to help.
Stories from around the UK, including the sports panel looking back at the weekend action.
Does the way we diagnose and care for people with dementia need to change?
Reaction to horse DNA being found in food delivered to schools in Lancashire.
Oscar Pistorius is charged with murder, after his girlfriend is shot dead at his home.
Shelagh is in Westminster for PMQs, the latest on horsemeat, and a bad day for the High St
The Appeal Court rules that government back to work schemes breach anti-slavery laws.
Reaction to the shock resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.
Latest on horse meat contamination. Farmers and consumers react.
Flood defence plans for 64,000 homes get the go ahead.
Prime Minister's Questions. Plus reaction to the Mid Staffs NHS Trust public inquiry.
MP debate whether to introduce gay marriage in England and Wales.
Football match-fixing; sports team; new Archbishop; Chris Huhne; Richard III's bones.
With Tony Livesey. Shelley Rudman, transfer talk, python hunting, The Shard.