Rob Maclean asks: how hard is it to live with chronic pain in Scotland?
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Rob Maclean asks for listeners' experiencies of coping with allergies.
Rob Maclean asks whether motorcyclists need to take more care on Scotland's roads.
John Beattie asks whether charities need to work harder to raise money.
Kirsty Wark asks if you'd like to see fewer bookies and payday lenders on the high street.
Kirsty Wark asks women listeners: where are you in the referendum debate?
Kirsty Wark asks whether beggars should be given money.
Kirsty Wark asks whether skin cancer is being taken sufficiently seriously.
John Beattie asks: to what extent is it your duty to look after elderly relatives?
Louise White asks whether Britain still has a problem with sexism.
Louise White asks whether there is enough support for people who are losing their vision.
Louise White asks whether you feel guilty as a working mother.
Louise White asks whether teenagers need lessons on how to speak properly.
Following new evidence of the dangers of pollution, is it time to ditch the car?
Are pupils and teachers ready for Scotland's new school qualifications?
Louise White asks whether communities should be more welcoming to travellers.
Louise White asks whether there is enough post-natal support for mothers and newborns.
Louise White asks whether drug mule Melissa Reid should come home to Scotland.
Gary Robertson asks whether there is enough support for victims of housebreaking.
Louise White asks why Scottish students are so reluctant to study abroad.
Louise White asks why people with autism find so little acceptance in society.
Louise White asks if cars should be banned from parking on the pavement.