When Christine Meeusen's husband stole her money, her life took a very different turn... Read more
'My husband betrayed me. Now I'm a nun selling weed'
When Christine Meeusen's husband stole her money, her life took a very different turn...
How can we make UK engineering more diverse?
In the UK, 91% of engineers are men and 92% are white. How do we fix the diversity issue?
Calum Best: Is the phrase 'man up' outdated?
TV star Calum Best, son of George Best, asks whether we need an alternative phrase.
Race on screen and stage - is it part of your world?
Do the people you see on screen reflect your experience of the UK? We hear from callers.
Dan Bilzerian: The controversial King of Instagram
27 million Instagram fans follow his extravagant life of mansions, pools, women and guns.
Would the world be better without social media?
Comedians Russell Kane and Aurie Styla discuss with digital media expert Dr Fiona Scott.
Rochelle's son murdered Zoe's son. This is their story
How does murder affect the mothers of victims and perpetrators? Rory Carson investigates.
What is it like to be gay in the UK in 2019?
How much have things changed since the 60s, when sex between men was decriminalised?
How to change the world - with teen activist Marley Dias
At 10, she campaigned to see more black girls in books. Now 14, she's an author herself.
How can we make work feel more human?
Podcaster Bruce Daisley reveals how we can be happier and more productive at work.
Resilience: How to get through the tough times
How do you recover from a setback? Writer Poorna Bell and podcaster Lauren Mahon discuss.
Is online porn changing our sex lives?
Stephen Nolan speaks to callers about the way porn has affected their lives offline.
Hen and stag dos: Love or loathe them?
You're invited: are you excited or worried about the costs? Rachel Burden asks callers.
Are men allowed to find fatherhood difficult?
5 Live's Nihal Arthanayake speaks to dads about their mental health.
'Why I risked my life to save Jihadi brides’
John Carney (not his real name) explains why he saved brides and children of IS fighters.
What are the ups and downs of modern-day dating?
1Xtra's Sideman, Celebs Go Dating's Tom Read Wilson and guests discuss modern-day dating.
More than 'picky eating': Living with ARFID
Trouble eating greens can be commonplace - but when does 'picky eating' become dangerous?
Information overload: Are we drowning in content?
Nihal Arthanayake hears how "infobesity" is affecting our brains and lives.
‘Why does my mental health mean I'm often treated like a criminal?’
Do the police need more support with mental health incidents? Nihal and guests discuss.
What is it like living with HIV in 2019?
How has it changed for people in the UK? Callers share their experiences.
Meet the mum and son who are 'ethical hackers'
Chrissy and son Tom have an unusual shared trade - they are both hackers for good.
The online movement challenging people to quit masturbation
Followers claim it boosts confidence, but is it a backwards step for sex positivity?
An ocean apart: The battle to get my sister back
Two sisters who grew up on different continents describe their emotional reunion.
Is the contraceptive pill changing our brains?
Emma Barnett chats to Dr Sarah E Hill, author of How the Pill Changes Everything.
What happens when IVF doesn’t work?
Becky, Kat and Fran discovered they had fertility problems. Here's what they did next.
What makes someone a journalist?
Writer Salma El-Wardany, comedian Konstantin Kisin and journalist Sarah Brett discuss.
'I recruited kids to sell drugs, now I help them avoid crime'
Matthew Norford was a gang boss making £2,000 a day, but he turned his life around.
Restorative justice: Why I met my rapist face to face
Ailbhe Griffith explains why facing her attacker, nine years on, was empowering.
Has violence during consensual sex become 'normalised'?
Emma Barnett meets women who experienced unwanted acts of violence during consensual sex.
RuPaul's Drag Race UK: Has it changed attitudes?
Runner-up Divina de Campo, Jodie Harsh and Muslim drag performer Glamrou discuss.
Is it a parent's responsibility to read to their children?
Actor and children's author Ben Miller puts the question to parents and literacy experts.