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Would limiting the number of cats help Britain's struggling wild bird population?
Conversation and debate with Lee Thomas, on the programme that gets things done.
Lee and the team are live from Stafford for BBC Children in Need.
The BBC's new boss has been pulled up by a viewer for not wearing a tie.
Cold callers - should we feel sorry for them? They're only trying to do their jobs...
Hear why a tiny part of a local World War 2 plane is for sale…
Does passing your Driving Test first time around make you a better driver?
A former special forces soldier from Staffordshire reveals how tough life can be.
Robbie Williams finds himself the centre of a row after joking about punching a pensioner.
Should fireworks be taken off sale to the public?
A high percentage of A&E cases are alchol related - do binge drinkers deserve treatment?
Have you had a ghostly experience, even though you'd describe yourself as a non-believer?
Hear from the five candidates for Police and Crime Commissioner of Cheshire.
Back due to popular demand - our surname expert! Whats the meaning behind your surname?
Do you think less of people with tattoos? HMV want their staff to cover them up.
Would you miss your local market if it disappeared?
Have you got the right to park outside your own home?
Is it ok to fine parents who take their children on holiday during term-time?
Hear from a man describing himself as a former fatty, who says if you're fat you're lazy!
Saving on petrol costs without using the car less, plus how to avoid the latest scams.
Hear how a mineral water is being investigated as a potential treatment for Alzheimer's.
Hear one North Staffordshire man's experience of coming out as gay.
Listeners share their positive stories in coping with problems on World Mental Health Day.