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Should we all be flying less?
Should we save Flybe when we need to tackle climate change? 5 Live callers discuss.
PM Boris Johnson: The BBC Breakfast Interview
BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker asks the PM about Iran, Brexit and Harry and Meghan.
'I didn't report my rape in Cyprus. Now I know I did the right thing'
Following the Cyprus rape case, "Rachel" called in to share her experience.
Do you back Harry and Meghan?
Callers share their views on whether they back Harry and Meghan’s decision.
PMQs: Boris Johnson faces MPs on Iran
In the first PMQs of the new parliament and decade, the PM answers questions on Iran.
Reynhard Sinaga reaction: Your calls on male rape
We hear reaction from male rape survivors and the prosecutor who led the Sinaga case.
What's happening in Iran? Your questions answered
US and Iranian tensions are running high, but why? We put your questions to the experts.
What does Star Wars mean to you?
In a galaxy not so far away, we discuss how the films became part of our shared culture.
BBC Prime Ministerial Debate
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn face each other in the BBC's Prime Ministerial debate.
Thomas Gray, London Bridge Hero
BBC Election Debate
Nick Robinson chairs a debate with the seven major political parties of Great Britain.
Election 2019: Question Time Leaders Special
A special edition of Question Time with four of the political party leaders.
Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal: The Newsnight Interview
The Duke of York speaks for the first time about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
Modern Slavery: Sanu’s Story
A victim of modern slavery explains how he was forced to work 7 days a week for years.
What strategies might we see in the 2019 election?
We ask four strategists for their predictions on what we might see on the campaign trail.
Fertility treatment: Is there enough workplace support?
Juggling work and fertility treatment can be difficult - callers share their experiences.
Northern Ireland abortion law change: Two opposing views
As abortion becomes legal, we hear from a pro-choice and an anti-abortion campaigner.
Killer in the Congregation
Ben Field seemed kind to the villagers of Maids Moreton. The truth was far more sinister.
The UK villages feeling the impact of climate change
Fairbourne and Happisburgh, the UK villages feeling the impact of climate change.
Emma Barnett meets John Humphrys
After 32 years at Today, John Humphrys stepped away from the microphone
Why was MP Stella Creasy targeted by anti-abortion ads?
MP Stella Creasy talks about being the target of an anti-abortion advertising campaign.
Should vaccinations be compulsory for schoolchildren?
Should no jabs equal no school? Rachel Burden hears from experts and callers.
Where did Brexit go wrong?
Theresa May’s former Chief of Staff Gavin Barwell on why she failed to deliver Brexit.
Thomas Cook: Your questions answered
Travel expert Simon Calder and personal finance expert Martin Lewis answer your questions
Gareth Thomas: ‘A journalist told my parents I was HIV positive’
Former rugby player Gareth Thomas reveals how his parents found out he was HIV positive.
Behind the Supreme Court - with Baroness Hale
What happens in the Supreme Court? Emma Barnett met its president, Baroness Hale.
Stories of Love and Separation
What is it like to be apart from someone you love? We hear three very different stories.
Boris Johnson's first PMQs
Boris Johnson clashes with Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit and the possibility of an election.
Parliament suspension: Are you outraged or ecstatic?
PM Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to suspend Parliament. 5 Live listeners react.
Bury expelled from EFL: Your reaction
Sarah Brett hears immediate reaction from fans and local MPs.