Jay wants to leave behind a life in gangs, but who is there to help? Read more
Jay: I Was In A Gang
Jay wants to leave behind a life in gangs, but who is there to help?
Katie: My Gambling Addiction
Katie gambled over £50,000 online in one night. Why wasn’t she stopped?
Elizabeth: Chefs and #MeToo
Chef Elizabeth Haigh thinks the UK restaurant industry needs its own #MeToo moment. Now.
Josh: I Fought in Syria
Josh Walker saw the war in Syria firsthand and is angry it isn’t reported better.
Carolyn: Living On A Cliff Edge
Carolyn's fighting to save her home from falling into the sea.
Tommy: Excluded from School
Tommy is 19 and was excluded from nine schools. Can he turn his life around?
I'd Rather Not Say (but for the recording you can call me Courtney)
Courtney was sexually assaulted. Then she had to hand over her mobile phone to police.
Emma: My Detox Tea Battle
Emma is 23 and wants to see detox teas banned. Is she right?
Sammy: I'm Thinking of Leaving the NHS
I'm an intensive care doctor. I love my job but it's taking its toll. Should I quit?
Gary: homeless and needing help
Gary is homeless and asks if ambitious plans to help people like him are working.
Rod - life as a childless man
Rod is fighting to break the culture of silence around male fertility.
My Name Is Peter
My Name Is Peter: I helped battle to stop the devastation caused by the Fishlake floods
Natasha: Trying to find a black egg donor
Natasha is 38. She wants to have a baby but is struggling to find a non-white egg donor.
Samayya: How Safe Are Our Mosques?
Samayya Afzal wants the government to do much more to make UK mosques safe from attack.
My Name Is... Beth
An individual with a story to tell, and some answers to find, in today's Britain.
Abi Blake: I survived domestic abuse and want to help others
Abi Blake was beaten to within an inch of her life: she wants to help protect other women.
My Name Is Immie
Immie Rhodes wants people to be properly housed, not in an ugly office block
Hayley: Asking for Rejection
Hayley is a young woman who wants to get better at dealing with rejection.
Joanna: Can't Afford My Medication
Joanna wants to see prescription charges scrapped in England.
My Name Is Fozia
Dr Fozia Hayat received malicious messages as she battled to save patients with covid-19.
Natasha: Sharing intimate images
Why isn't threatening to share intimate images a criminal offence in England and Wales?
My Name is Kabir
Lucy: Should I stay on dating apps?
Lucy is single, 41. Is it time for her to abandon computer-generated love matches?
Roman: What's wrong with screen time?
Roman is 11 and loves Minecraft - should his parents be so strict about screen time?
My Name is Niellah
Niellah Arboine asks why Black journalists are so underrepresented in Britain’s newsrooms
My Name Is Julie
Julie asks if lockdown has affected her children's future.