A listener's experience of curing his prostate cancer. Bridget Kendall reads Your News.
Parting with my prostate
It was burgers, now I'm craving cucumbers
The new manager of a remote Welsh island tells us about life with 40,000 seabirds
'I write things I wouldn't tell anyone else'
We've been pen pals for 60 years.
Britain's greatest test pilot
Eric 'Winkle' Brown : The Royal Navy's most decorated pilot
How not to get burgled
A woman who's interviewed burglars for 20 years, gives an insight into how they operate.
Is cannabis bad for you?
A leading psychiatrist examines the latest medical research
'I can't die'
A listener's anguish as her disabled son turns 21 and ventures into the adult world.
'They'd clearly been hit by smoke'
A listener's experience working with emergency services in Brussels after the attacks
'I was stalked for 10 years'
'My stalker was at the door with a gun'. How a friendship turned into a decade of pain
Why stalkers stalk
Inside the mind of a stalker
The mystery of the unknown children
One listener's curious tale of discovery, after finding some old cine film in his loft.
Having children: Selfish or selfless?
Maternity leave: Why don't dads get it?
A listener's experience of fighting for equal pay
A single phone call that can change lives
How 2 listeners set up a warning system to help children who experience domestic abuse
Medication made my dad a gambling addict.
A side-effect of Parkinson's medication turned a listener's father into a gambling addict
Dopamine: How it can cause havoc
'A black face in a blue uniform'
Britain's first black police officer
'Is the mountain giving you a sign?'
A listener's story of determination, as he climbs Everest after 2 failed attempts
'Learn the art of patience'
Becoming a full time carer
Finding evidence for historic abuse cases
A QC explains the difficulties of prosecuting historical sex abuse cases.
Jury duty trauma
A listener's traumatic experience of serving on a murder trial jury.
How traumatised jury members can seek help
A retired judge on how he ensured jurors wouldn't be distressed by graphic evidence.
'He came home from Iraq and he was dead behind the eyes'
A mother describes her son's experience of the Iraq war.
How to listen; becoming a good Samaritan
An iPM listener talks about his experiences as a volunteer for the Samaritans.
The dead should be names not statistics
Reporter Hugh Sykes on assignment in Turkey considers an email from an iPM listener.
Orson Welles, Judi Dench... Eddie Mair: Actress Thelma Ruby looks back over 70 years.
From performing for wounded servicemen to showing her legs on stage at 91.
'After the war I found peace as a pig farmer'
An ex-serviceman explains adjusting to civilian life after a tough tour of Afghanistan.
'I loved the boogie woogie, but hated my wartime life'
John Barnes suffered bereavement, separation, scorn and worse during World War II.
How a wife's heart attack returned her husband to World War Two
Psychologist Janie Penn-Barwell remembers the fear & guilt her patients have carried.
"I wanted to explode." Women with binge eating disorder share their secret stories.