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Eurovision day today! Charlie Dimmock on the show, talking about her stage debut
BBC Radio Nottingham
Does moving house ever go smoothly?! Plus, what bizarre accidents/injuries have you had?
How should people on the dole earn their benefits? And, what are Notts' best bits?
Big wind turbines are being planned for Burton Joyce - beauty or beast? How green are you?
Is it right to put 10 year old on trial? Plus, what would you get a robot to do for you?
Monday's show - Sarah Ferguson, should she still be the Duchess of York?
With news, sport, weather, travel and entertainment guides.
With Ronan Keating in the news, when has the halo slipped? PLus, what is too expensive?
Should a TV commercial explaining how to get an abortion be allowed?
Are you flying the flag for the World Cup? How do you feel about flags on houses and cars?
UK holidays - where do you keep going back to? Also, what lies have you had to tell?
Is this the end of England's 2018 dream? Do you believe in anti-wrinkle creams?
Amanda Bowman sits in. News, sport, weather, travel and entertainment guides.
Richard Spurr sits in. Nottinghamshire's Biggest Conversation. Call: 0115 934 3434.
What makes you slow down? Speed cameras or flashing speed signs? Has a TV show helped you?
What did you make of last night? How does it rate compared to other moments in history?
Which way should the Lib Dem's turn? And, what's been your most nerve-wracking experience?
Do we push our kids too hard? Do exam results really matter?
Richard Spurr sits in. With News, sport, weather, travel and entertainment guides.
Nottinghamshire's Biggest Conversation. Your stories, your views. Call: 0115 934 3434.
Have you noticed improvements since Operation Arrow was launched by Notts Police?
Should voting be compulsory? Could it be easier-online,mobile? Plus-what are your phobias?
Cheating at sport - does it really matter? Also, do you believe in love at first sight?
Paul Robey sits in. With News, sport, weather, travel and entertainment guides.