The listeners tell Stephen how their living standards are being squeezed.
Fiery discussion about just why protesters are outside St Paul's Cathedral.
Stephen asks if the method of Colonel Gaddafi's death can ever be justified.
Fiery debate on poverty in the UK. Are people going hungry?
Tributes to actress Betty Driver who played barmaid Betty Williams in Coronation Street.
Reaction to the resignation of defence secretary Liam Fox.
The latest on Liam Fox, the problem of addiction and bad headlines for English rugby.
The political future of Liam Fox. Can you forgive the Taleban? Is Strictly too raunchy?
Stephen asks "should there be more overweight people on our TVs?".
Stephen debates human rights - how to boost the economy - and rugby players' behaviour.
Stephen presents a 5 live special from a busy hospital A&E department.
Fierce topical debate, live from Manchester.
Should relatives care for the sick in hospital to relieve nurses' workload?
Labour plans to cut the tuition fee cap from £9,000 to £6,000 if elected.
Lady Gaga says bullying should be made illegal. Stephen talks to bullies and victims.
Dale Farm eviction.Stephen speaks to both sides hours before the bailiffs are due on site.
Lord Tebbit tells Stephen that Martin McGuiness should repent if he wants to be President.
Stephen asks people who were smacked or caned as children if it did them any harm.
Stephen is at ground zero, talking to the families of 9/11 victims.
Andrew Peach sits in, with live US Open semi-final tennis: Andy Murray v Rafael Nadal.
Stephen Nolan at Ground Zero in New York ahead of the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Fierce and feisty topical phone-in debate.
Give suspects of crimes anonymity until they go to trial, says top QC.
Discussion of new calls for capital punishment from the mother of a murder victim.
Reporting that the Lockerbie bomber has been found close to death in Tripoli.
Stephen speaks to listeners gripped by alcoholism and others who have beaten it.
The latest on a major incident in Canterbury and a look inside Colonel Gaddafi's compound.
Andrew Peach sits in for Stephen Nolan as Libyan rebel forces enter Tripoli.
All the latest developments in Tripoli, plus reaction to the Red Arrows crash.
Your calls throughout the show on whether the harsh sentences for rioters are too hasty.