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Tony Livesey presents and has the latest from the Nato summit.
Tony Livesey sits in fro Shelagh and discusses the Nato summit, and PPI and energy bills.
Shelagh is in Westminster for her final 5 live show and Prime Minister's Questions.
David Beckham, Boris Johnson and Norman Lamb.
Stories from around the UK, including the sports panel looking back at the weekend action.
'Time is running out' for a seriously ill boy taken from hospital by his parents.
Dotun Adebayo sits in for Shelagh Fogarty and has news of a Tory defection to UKIP.
Shelagh and our panel of MPs discuss child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.
Health focus on gender dysphoria, and talks between Ukraine and Russia.
Dominic Laurie sits in and discusses Iraq, trainee medics and the Japanese landslide.
Dominic Laurie sits in. The latest from Iraq, plus consumer news with Hannah Maundrell.
Reaction to the murder of an American journalist in Iraq.
NHS whistleblowers talk about their hopes for the NHS whistleblowing review.
Sports team, Iraq, families and depression in sport.
Iraqi-Kurd couple in the UK tell 5 live they are scared about going back home to Irbil.
News from around the UK with Dominic Laurie sitting in.
MPs discuss the UK's response to the crisis in Iraq and the latest unemployment figures.
The latest on the Ebola outbreak and the situation in Iraq.
A former Iraqi ambassador to the Netherlands says the tide is turning in Iraq against Isis
Discussing Roche's statement that it will appeal the Nice decision on breast cancer drug.
Dominic Laurie sits in. News from around the UK, plus consumer news with Martin Lewis.
Shelagh is joined by MEPs to discuss EU aid to Gaza, Russian relations and Boris Johnson.
Eyewitness describes fighter jets escorting airliner into Manchester airport.
Updates from the ceasefire in Gaza. The sports panel reflect on the Commonwealth Games.
Shelagh talks with a group of politicians about arms exports and disability benefits.
Shelagh speak to survivors of female genital mutilation and forced marriage.
The sports panel discuss golf's Open, plus the latest on the flight MH17 disaster.
The last PMQs before Parliamentary recess. Plus we bring you the latest on the reshuffle.
By 2050 more than a million of us will have dementia - we find how it could be prevented.