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Highlights from BBC Radio 5 live's coverage of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
Shelagh and two young fans chat to Baroness Tanni-Grey Thompson and Dame Kelly Holmes.
Listen to 5 live commentary as David Weir takes a second gold in the T54 1500m.
Murray Walker talks to Rachel about ex-F1 driver and now Paralympian, Alex Zanardi.
Paralympic silver medallist Matt 'Armless Archer' Stutzman talks to Shelagh.
Josie Pearson speaks to 5 live after taking discus gold at the Paralympics.
Natasha Baker talks to Gordon Farquhar about her freestyle dressage victory.
International Paralympic Committee spokesman Craig Spence discusses Oscar Pistorius.
7/7 survivor Martine Wright talks to Gordon after competing in sitting volleyball for GB.
Gamesmaker Alex Mitchell tells Shelagh how he came to the aid of Paralympic sprinters.
Shelagh talks to Zoe Newson, who has dwarfism and won a bronze in the powerlifting.
GB judoka Ben Quilter talks to Phil about overcoming injury to win a Paralympic bronze.
Jeremy Hunt tells Phil it's not the right time to debate Work Capability Assessments.
Passports glued to ceiling and body parts hanging from balconies...Julia Bradbury speaks to 5 live's "secret Paralympian" about what really happens in the athletes village.
Watch 5 live's Phil Williams explain how you can follow all the station's coverage of the London 2012 Paralympics.
Mike Kenny won 16 Paralympic swimming golds in the 1970s and 80s. He talks to Russell Fuller.
Sarah Storey talks to Simon Brotherton after winning her third cycling gold of the London Paralympics.