A Bletchley Park codebreaker says an MBE isn't enough recognition of their work during WW2
Stephen Nolan takes your calls on Christmas Night.
Stephen Nolan with fierce and feisty topical phone-in debate.
Stephen talks to the shadow police minister David Hanson about 'plebgate'.
The National Rifle Association call for more armed security in schools.
President Obama attends a local community interfaith vigil in Newtown, Connecticut.
Former school bus driver at Sandy Hook remembers gunman Adam Lanza as a 13-year-old boy.
A mass shooting at a primary school in Connecticut kills 27, including 20 children.
PFA Chair Gordon Taylor says netting should be considered after Ferdinand is hit by coin.
After protests at Starbucks over tax, is it fair to single one company out.
A homeless man describes his struggle to live indoors after years on the streets.
Stephen Nolan examines the increase in suicide rates in Northern Ireland.
A registered sex offender says websites should not name and shame paedophiles.
Heavy wind and rain batter Britain for a second night.
Reaction to Ricky Hatton's retirement from boxing and floods in south west England.
Are you willing to pay £100 more a year on your energy bills for greener power?
A doctor describes conditions in a Gazan hospital after a family is killed in airstrikes.
Airstrikes hit near a man's home in Gaza as he speaks to Adrian Goldberg.
People living in Gaza and southern Israel describe living in fear of air attacks.
Peter Snow and Richard Madeley reflect on where the BBC goes from here.
Reaction to the resignation of the director general of the BBC.
Former editor of the Today programme Kevin Marsh says Newsnight's future is on the line.
Stephen Nolan is live from Washington DC in the final hours of the US election campaign.
Stephen is live from Washington with build up to the US elections.
MP Denis MacShane stands down. Cuts to child benefit. The New York Marathon is cancelled.
The US braces itself for Hurricane Sandy.
Jimmy Savile's nephew expresses his shock over what's emerged since Savile's death.
Adrian asks if the Winterbourne abuse case has shaken your belief in the care system?
A prominent MP says a Panorama on Savile sex abuse raises more questions for the BBC.