Peter Allen is in London for the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's state funeral.
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Business secretary Vince Cable talks about the reality of the north-south divide.
A drug that can extend life for those with a kidney condition becomes available on the NHS
The start of the Litvinenko inquiry and the story of the Auschwitz liberation.
The programme is live in York as the Church of England ordains its first female bishop.
How would a seven-way TV debate work in practice? Peter Allen tries it out.
Foreign ministers discuss the threat of IS, plus the pain of living with an alcoholic.
Original news and exclusive interviews. Including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Isis threaten to kill two Japanese hostages unless they receive 200 million dollars.
Jimmy Savile's victims might not get the compensation they are hoping for.
Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Peter Allen.
The man who spent years in hospital because there was no suitable care for him at home.
African-American police officers on race and policing in the wake of riots in Ferguson.
A domestic violence victim tells Adrian Chiles how hypnotherapy helped to rebuild her life
Manhunt and siege - live in France as police hunt Charlie Hebdo gunmen.
Live in Paris, where a huge manhunt is under way for suspects in Paris shooting.
Doctors, hospital bosses and patients talk about A&E waiting times.
Plans to limit the number of people entitled to NHS hearing aids are criticised.
The family of a British man shot dead by US police wants a UK investigation.