A new president for Egypt and a new expedition to try to discover Amelia Earhart's remains
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We hear from a man stuck on a train for 15 hours on the West Coast Mainline.
Discussion of 'that' handshake and a preview of the eurozone summit.
News from around the world with Andy Crane sitting in plus US sport and the book interview
RBS chaos continues, row grows between Syria and Turkey, Fukushima fish back on sale.
England pay the penalty, Egypt elects a new President, Saudi women allowed to be Olympians
Is Black Caviar is Australia's best ever racehorse? Plus Egypt's possible futures.
Flooding across much of the UK, Syria shoots down a Turkish fighter jet and the the WFPI.
World news and a special film phone in with director Mel Brooks.
GCSE's could be scrapped and doctors take industrial action over pensions.
Tony discusses tax avoidance, football in playgrounds and O Levels.
G20 summit in Mexico and the clamour for a coalition government in Greece.
Elections in Greece and France, the death of Rodney King and tensions in Nigeria.
Egypt goes to the polls; so does Greece and the virtual jukebox gets another airing.
Dotun Adebayo with global stories, the world football phone-in, and music discussion.
New bank stimulus; Falkands 30th anniversary; Stanford gets 110 years; Lucy Lawless speaks
Australian lawyer held in Libya, Redknapp leaves Spurs, Occupy London protestors evicted.
Syria in "civil war", Falklands referendum, nuns criticised, rescued Pacific rower talks.
The only prisoners to have escaped Alcatraz and the man chasing them 50 years on.
The new leader of Syria's opposition and a look back at the life and work of Ray Bradbury.
Dotun Adebayo with world stories. Including chat from the Big Apple in the New York hour.
Evidence of another massacre in Syria, plus racism at Euro 2012.
Pressure ramps up on Syria, Australian swimmers in trouble, Euro 2012 preview, new music.
Massacre reported in Syria, a history of Legionnaires disease, Foie Gras ban in California
British national missing in Nigeria crash, top al-Qaeda man killed, Venus transits the sun
Giles Dilnot sits in with world news, including US politics, archaeology and web news.
The Lagos plane crash and jubilee celebrations in New York, New Zealand, Kenya and Grenada
The Prime Minister of Grenada Tillman Thomas pays tribute to the Queen.
Fish Friday in Grenada, markets crash on economy fears, and the World Football phone-in.
Diamond Jubilee celebrations in Grenada, risk of civil war in Syria, space project returns