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.
Scott Mitchell: ‘Dementia is a cruel illness’
Scott Mitchell, husband to the late Dame Barbara Windsor, says the day a loved one is diagnosed with dementia is the “day most people begin their grieving”.
Speaking to Radio 5 Live’s Naga Munchetty, the Alzheimer’s Research UK ambassador shared memories of his life with “Babs”, how she reacted to her diagnosis and his thoughts on social care.
Liz Truss’s Economic Plan: Credibility or Liability?
As the Prime Minister is interviewed for the first time since her government announced a raft of controversial economic measures, 5 Live's Nicky Campbell asks listeners if she has their trust.
After hearing some of the eight interviews the Prime Minister gave to BBC Local Radio stations, Nicky asks callers if they are reassured that her government's economic decisions have put the UK on the right track, or do they want her to reverse course after days of market instability and warnings about the future of mortgages and pensions?
You can hear Nicky talk to listeners every weekday on 5 Live from 9am.