A rundown of stories from Saturday 18 May including programme highlights and comment.
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
Saturday 18 May
Head teachers will debate a motion of no confidence in the government's education policies today at their annual conference in Birmingham. The widow of the former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko has accused Britain of undermining the inquest into her husband's death. Should women have children earlier
0900...That's it from us today. Thanks for listening. Next up, Saturday Live.
The last week has seen juries give their verdicts on two appalling cases: the Oxford Grooming case and the murder of Tia Sharp. For anyone reading the papers who watching the news, the details of the case were very disturbing. For a juror, they have to see, listen and think about all of that evidence. Peter Gibson, volunteer Director at the Central London Samaritans branch, and Dr Noelle Robertson, clinical psychologist at the University of Leicester, discuss the impact that being a juror can have on mental health.
A look at the morning's papers.
How did the recession impact people's lives in the UK? The Today programme's John Humphrys hears from people from Slough who reflect on their experiences over the last five years.