The US election, training dogs not to be scared of fireworks and battling rural crime.
A breakfast boom, Bernard Cornwell on Sharpe and The Last Kingdom and Hitler's drugs use.
Silencing sirens in cities, wind farms safe for birds and Autumnwatch's Chris Packham.
Behind the scenes at a property auction and finding out about car cloning.
Who was best PM? Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall chats and Bob Dylan Nobel Prize reaction.
Rogue mattress salesmen, chatting to Jo Malone and psychology of using kids to nag us.
Are GP receptionists bad for our health? Plus TV's Richard Osman & musician Paul Rodgers.
Should children or grandchildren inherit? A spate of creepy clowns and portion control
Great music and conversation as Mark Forrest brings together the best of BBC Local Radio.
Jarrow Crusade remembered, feminist benches and Matt Goss on solo music and Bros reunion.
Pressure on girls to look good, box junctions on the roads and pirate TV.
A year on: the 5p plastic bag charge, representing yourself in court and Sooty's secrets.
The UK's unhappiest place, anti-begging posters & chat with Alfie Boe and Michael Ball.
Finding out how we get enough rest and discovering an underground street
Attitudes to alcohol. How's your handwriting? And we talk about power cuts.
A waste food supermarket, going to live abroad and why sad films boost well-being.
Mark talks veganism, sport homophobia and Derren Brown chats about new book "Happy".
Should cats be on leads? Contactless card crime and Prince William talks Air Ambulances.
Doing surgery on yourself, the spider invasion and Mark King from Level 42.
Who's behind legal name warning ads? New forensic fingerprinting and pregnant drinking.
Mark feels the new fiver, we mark Roald Dahl's 100th birthday and talk school nurses.
Female facial hair with record breaker bearded woman, UK's best pub and Star Trek's 50.
Back to Rio 2016 for the Parlympics, flags with author Tim Marshall and older drivers.
Hoarders, a helpline for paedophiles and prescribing exercise.
Mark's back! Talking restaurant no-shows, air pollution and the return of Poldark.
Sadie in for Mark on baby names, seagulls and Fred Astaire remembered by Strictly stars.
Sadie Nine in for Mark on men only clubs, e-manners and a female stock car champion.