The show comes live from Martin House Children's Hospice at the launch a new campaign.
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Steve Bailey finds out more about the boat fire on King's Staithe in the centre of York
Julia Booth sits in. North Yorkshire's Chief Constable, Dave Jones answers your questions.
Julia Booth sits in discussing whether your broadband coverage is good enough.
Julia Booth sits in. Is Godfrey Bloom an old reactionary or a breath of fresh air?
Julia Booth sits in - the big issue of the day is HS2. Is it vital for our future economy?
Georgey Spanswick asks if drivers should take a test or medical on reaching a certain age.
Sunday Breakfast: Discussing this week's religious and ethical issues.
Julia Booth with the latest in the row over where Richard the Third should be buried.
Julia Booth sits in for Jonathan Cowap and asks "should national service be brought back?"
Julia Booth asks "can we afford £600m to give all under 8s free school meals?"
Julia Booth is in for Jonathan and talks to the man from York who doesn't have a stomach.
Stuart Ellis sits in with lively discussion and debate on the issues of the day.
Jonathan Cowap visits RAF Linton on Ouse in their 75th year and ahead of a parade in York
Jonathan at the launch of Blood & Chocolate - a play about York's links to World War 1.
As the government announces the sell-off of the Royal Mail, we ask is this a step too far?
Is your child fully prepared for life at university? - We find out from one local father.
Pedro Gonzalez talks about his experiences under the rule of General Pinochet in Chile.
Talking rubbish - literally! Just where are the worst spots in North Yorkshire for litter?
Jonathan hears how local foodbanks have had a rise in numbers of families receiving help
Animal cruelty is today's big topic after a cat is brutally killed in Scarborough.
Do you pre-judge people with tattoos? Enthusiast Clair Sloan believes it's the case.
We're at the NRM as Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive goes on tour.
Teacher-turned-author Felicity Davis talks about the inspiration behind her debut book.
The Big Conversation. Lively discussion and debate on the issues of the day.
Jonathan hears of the new trust to help train future organists helped by York Minster