We continue our in-depth look at adoption and the difficulties and joys involved.
BBC Radio Stoke
Conversation and debate with Stuart George, on the programme that gets things done.
Lee Thomas hears your stories of making a change for the better.
More embarrassing stories and how everyone seems to be cashing in on Halloween this year.
Paula tries to wire a plug as electricity companies try to recruit more women "sparkies".
Paula White sits in, speaking to Esther Rantzen, the founder of Childline.
A panel of local experts discuss the economic situation and how to kickstart the economy.
Welsh politicians are against smacking children, should English politicians follow suit?
Stuart and guests discuss the second part of the BBC Four ceramics series.
Stuart discusses the energy suppliers and how to switch to the cheapest deals.
Stuart's talking about the cost of the Olympics and asks if it's money well spent.
Stuart chats to a group of Rotarians from Canada and hears why they're visiting the area.
We chat to Eric Bristow, the Crafty Cockney darts maestro who made Staffordshire his home.
Stuart shares your views on BBC Four's Made In Britain series about ceramics.
Stuart is talking about best friends. Has yours ever got you into a spot of bother?
Stuart George invites you to discuss the day's talking points.
Stuart shares your experiences of adopting black and mixed-race children.
Tell us about love - the love of your life, and how you would describe that feeling.
Should health workers have a good grasp of English before they can work in this country?
Hear how you can get tax advice while helping Stoke-on-Trent's Douglas Macmillan Hospice.