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We speak with the Chief Crown Prosecutor after 9 men were jailed for grooming young girls.
The results of the local, regional and mayoral elections which recently took place.
Discussing whether ties between politicians and the press are too close, after Leveson.
A second look at the big stories of the week, with Anita Anand and Sam Walker.
Recession or No Recession? And are women too quick to put other women down?
Can we stop panicking now? Advice to fill up sparked panic-buying at petrol stations.
Is "chav" as offensive as the "N" word? Plus a moving interview on middle-aged redundancy.
Reaction from Camp Bastion after the deaths of six soldiers in Afghanistan.
A second look at the big stories of the week, with Anita Anand and Clare Balding.
Amanda Knox and Rupert Murdoch are at the heart of debate about media ethics.
Anita and Sam discuss Whitney Houston's death, Iran, the NHS Bill and super-recognisers.
Should we be treating youth violence more like a disease? Plus Miss Piggy's nemesis live.
Anita Anand and Dominic Laurie look at car production, the Falklands and male body image.
A second look at the big stories of the week, with With Anita Anand and Sam Walker.
Fierce debate on just how racially tolerant Britain is, plus Sherlock and the watershed.
Who's the biggest alpha splayer in the coalition, and just what does that mean?
The 'squeezed middle', depression in sport, and modern espionage.
A second look at the big stories of the week, with Jane Garvey and Sam Walker.
A second look at the big stories of the week, with Angela Rippon and Sam Walker.
What's gone wrong in nursing? With youth unemployment at 21.3% is there a lost generation?
Anita Anand and Sam Walker ask whether debt can ever be a good thing.
Anita Anand and Sam Walker talk defence cuts, the cost of cancer drugs and Rihanna.
Sam & Anita discuss Travellers, the Greek economy, TV clashes, & Nirvana's Nevermind.
Reporter Steve Evans at Ground Zero. He was in the World Trade Centre on 9/11.
Libyans on their country's future. Plus, is the creator of QI right? Is TV comedy bland?