The best current affairs interviews, insight and analysis from BBC Radio 5 live.
How would a black Charlie Bucket respond to African Oompa Loompas?
They're making a new sitcom together, and they have a unique way of communicating.
Hannah Aldridge performs the title track of her new album Gold Rush live in the studio
Reds' incoming CEO Peter Moore says late father's love of the club swung his decision.
Holding $60 million in the palm of your hand.
Bear expert gives his top advice if you come face to face with a 300-pound black bear.
Google patents sticky coating for driverless cars to protect pedestrians in a collision.
A Canadian company is making money from thin air, by selling cans of it to the Chinese.
Former FA chief executive David Davies pays tribute to Jimmy Hill.
The hottest science news, stories and analysis from the Naked Scientists and Dr Karl.
Richard Branson says he is disappointed the UN has changed its mind on drugs possession.
Patti Smith "infinitely grateful" to fan for returning her personal items after 36 years
Could this photograph be proof that they escaped and fled to Brazil?
Baseball historian David W Smith says the player, who died aged 90, had a way with words.
Comic Ted Robbins lands Coronation Street role six months to the day after heart attack
18-year-old Alessandro Ford spent a semester at university in Pyongyang studying Korean.
Adam Mason from Stop the Robots says artificial intelligence must be “tool for mankind”.
Former paralympian says not every disabled person has faced adversity.
The Sooty Show presenter Matthew Corbett on the risks remakes of kids TV programmes.
The former French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner says he fears further attacks.
Former Labour Party spin doctor says it's "too simple" to say Putin is a bad man.
1980s advice to limit intake of fatty food should not have been issued, says report.
World's best teacher says that improving writing skills is the key to success in life.