ON AIR: How can football fans influence the way football is run?
The debate about Fifa continues - and it's clear from the volume of comments and calls to yesterday's programme that this is a topic many of you feel passionately about.
The President of the world football body, Sepp Blatter, faces re-election - unopposed - on Wednesday. Despite allegations of corruption, concern about transparency and the suspension of two senior figures, he insists there's no crisis.
There are growing calls for the election to be postponed, coming from the English Football Association and others. What do you think? Should sponsors use their influence? Whatever they think, how can fans make their voices heard?
ON AIR: On World No Tobacco Day: Should the world give thanks for tobacco?
It's World No Tobacco Day. And yet no government bans tobacco.
That's got lots of you talking. Some want rid of tobacco, saying smoking is a filthy habit. Others highlight the impact on health. The World Health Organisation says nearly six million people will die this year from tobacco use.
But if smoking's so bad, why not just ban it outright?
Besides, plenty of people sound fed up with the endless criticism. They point to the huge revenues tobacco brings - some of which support governments through taxation. Governments may condemn smoking but they've never actually banned it. And then there's the question about whether tobacco companies should be allowed to offer sponsorships and other forms of cash support... What do you think? Should we condemn smoking - or give thanks for tobacco?
Look forward to talking later.