Four famous faces from Northern Ireland discuss recent events
5 Live presenter Colin Murray has brought together three of his friends, actor James Nesbit, presenter Patrick Kielty and journalist Holly Hamilton to discuss their feelings about Northern Ireland.
Their conversation came after dissident republican group the New IRA has admitted it shot Det Ch Insp John Caldwell in Omagh.
He has suffered life-changing injuries and remains in a stable, but critical condition in hospital.
Tasha Ghouri: Why deafness is my superpower
Love Island star Tasha Ghouri has a cochlear implant - a small, electronic device that can help to provide a sense of sound to a person who is profoundly deaf or severely hard-of-hearing.
It has two parts: one worn like a hearing aid behind the ear and the other surgically implanted. The implant turns sounds into electrical signals, instead of simply making sounds louder, like a conventional hearing aid would. So it's an option for some adults and children when a normal hearing aid won't work.
When Tasha went on Love Island this year, she described her cochlear implant as a superpower.
Naga Munchetty introduced Tasha to three women who she's inspired.
Voice of the UK: Accents
Has your accent helped or hindered you? A new study has found one in four people say they've been mocked for their accents at work.
Voice of the UK: Greta Thunberg Q&A
19-year-old Swedish climate activist, Greta Thunberg joins BBC 5 Live’s Nihal Arthanayake and answers listeners questions like ‘What do you find most frustrating about human behaviour?’ and ‘What can kids do about climate change?’
Voice of the UK: Former refugee on migration issues
Dr Waheed Arian arrived alone in the UK aged 15 as an Afghan refugee, he’s now an NHS doctor and author.
He gives Radio 5 Live’s Clare McDonnell his view on the issues at Manston migrant centre.