Richard Lewis (left), Samantha Gainard (centre) and Paul Amphlett (right) of Dyfed-Powys Police will be guest editing the New Years Day edition of Today. Read their blog here.
We received over 200 applications from groups who were interested in being Listener Editors, so thank you to everyone who took the trouble to put together a pitch.
Listen to the highlights of the New Year's Day programme below:
Fear of crime can, often, be almost as great a problem as actual crime. If you're too scared to go out after dark, hasn't the battle already been lost?
Our guest editors asked our correspondent Mark Hutchings to compare the views of young and old in Llanelli: how do they perceive each other?
The Stockwell shooting focused attention on Police armed response units, but do we appreciate the pressure they are under?
Our listener editors spoke to David Blunkett to find out who a Home Secretary was most likely to listen to when making policy.
We ask the Chief Constable of North Wales, Richard Brunstrom, about his controvercial view that drugs should be legalised.Listen to this interview
Sir Ian Blair
As other minor figures of authority vanish is it right for the police to fill the void? We talk to the Met Commissioner Sir Ian Blair.