Burnsy makes sense of the day's big stories with your help.
BBC Radio Humberside
Should Hull's newest suburb expand? Wear a white ribbon to end violence against women.
Burnsy discusses overcoming loneliness and latest on Grimsby Town stadium.
Local MP Andrew Percy on Syria, Withernsea regeneration, Hull Truck Sleeping Beauty
are junior doctors right to strike?
James Hoggarth sits: how well does Humberside Police patrol your area?
The choice of sites for a new Grimsby Town stadium, author Val Wood, parking fine issues
Increasing cost of flood insurance, Grimsby benefit from wind investment, new Larkin book
How should we respond to terrorism? Scunthorpe steel ultimatum.
government minister in "pay TV for poor" row; Trans-Pennine train chaos, Children in Need
Hull green space goes for housing, Grimsby Scartho Baths demolition, Maureen Lipman.
Humberside Chief Constable's pay, Armistice Day two minutes silence 11am.
Scunthorpe steel march, doping in sport, rats in Hull.
Teachers under pressure, guarding against pension scams, poet Celeste Doaks in Hull
Burnsy: speed course rip-off, Crowle pie shop, J Arthur Rank book, Hull seamen's stories
Praise for Withernwick but grumbles in East Hull, Beverley Rd and Beeford.
James Hoggarth sits in: mental work out to keep thinking straight, Hull hedgehog hospital
Burnsy: old rail lines and cobbles being dug up at Hull Marina; Humber Mouth Festival
Internet snooping, Rosie Millard of Hull 2017 plus a local children's rock choir.