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In the first hour, your calls on our big debate: "How should Lincolnshire remember WW1?"
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In the first hour, your calls on the sentences given to Lee rigby's killers.
Your calls on the day's big debate between 9 and 10.
The BIG question: Should we be allowed to take children out of school to go on holiday?
Including your calls on the big question: "Does saying sorry actually make a difference?"
Melvyn meets the people making a film to commemorate World War One in Lincolnshire.
Real stories and expert advice with Melvyn Prior at the heart of Lincolnshire.
Your calls on our question: "Could the M11 be extended into Lincolnshire?
Your calls on prioritising costly NHS drug treatments for young working people.
In the first hour, Melvyn asks "Are Linconshire's rail services good enough?"
In the first hour, Nicola asks "Should there be a 30mph speed limit in every village"?
Nicola Gilroy sits in, with leader of Lincolnshire County Council, Martin Hill at 10.
In the first hour, your calls on today's topic: "Can a dog ever be trusted with a child"?
In the first hour, Melvyn asks "Who's to blame for the floods"?
In the first hour, your calls on who makes you proud.
From 9-10, Melvyn asks "Should people accused of rape, be anonymous until proven guilty"?
Your calls on why you would encourage young people to vote.
Your calls on whether a bypass has made life better where you live.
In the first hour, your calls on Michael Gove's school punishment proposals.