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After the first UK Ebola diagnosis, we speak to doctors fighting the outbreak in Africa.
Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles.
Doctors and aid workers who have given up their Christmas to work overseas.
Dear Daniel: A mother's letter to her organ-donor son.
How genome sequencing could lead to more personalised NHS treatments.
Warnings over super-strength drugs in clubs.
Councils in England learn how much money they will get from government for next year.
Original news and exclusive interviews. Including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Adrian Chiles talks to the women who fought for equal pay at Dagenham Ford 40 years ago.
The latest on the Sydney siege and we speak to a woman who was shot by a hit man.
Listeners tell moving stories about their loneliness.
What does a family do when someone they love simply disappears and never returns?
A leading military psychiatrist talks about the overdiagnosis of PTSD. Plus PMQs.
Labour announces plans for a new fund to pay for cancer treatments.
Adrian Chiles joins police stopping hooligans taking drugs at football matches.
Tory MPs want a ban on creating new grammar schools lifted.
A Texan woman who has witnessed 278 executions says she still supports the death penalty.
Live at Westminster with all the build-up to the chancellor's Autumn Statement.
Adrian Chiles returns to Somerset to see if the community has recovered from flooding.
A gambler who spent eight months in prison for fraud tells Adrian about his shame.