Adil Ray, in for Tony Livesey, looks at today's strikes and asks how you were affected.
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Callers talk to a union boss about the strike. Our reporter is on a picket line in Dover.
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Some teachers plan to strike -so should parents help keep schools open?
Tony asks whether circuses should be banned from using animals.
Tony asks: 'Should smoking be banned in cars when children are passengers?'.
A second night of rioting in East Belfast. Police say 700 people were involved.
Tony discusses Government plans to raise the state pension age.
Adil Ray sits in. Rapper Example on why he'd put the boot into other pop acts.
Strikes - do you back the public sector workers planning to strike on June 30th?
Tony discusses inflation, 'perfect bachelor' Gavin Henson, and teachers' strikes.
Debates about assisted suicide, NHS reform and sporting celebrations.
Tony asks whether Emmerdale went too far with its assisted suicide story line.
Tony talks to soldiers and their families about the impact war has on them.
Reaction to 19 per cent rises in Scottish Power gas prices: will others firms follow suit?
Do the government's welfare to work plans tackle the workshy or stigmatise the unemployed?
Tony talks to Corrie villain John Stape - actor Graeme Hawley.
After Panorama's shock, how difficult is the decision to put a relative into a care home?