Steve has Baileydog's guide to the new law around mandatory dog micro-chipping.
Toby hears why some buses are diverting away from one part of Doncaster Road in Barnsley.
Toby wants to know why some people think it's okay to take part in anti social behaviour.
Rony hears from Bernard Pendry who's written a book about the late Joe Cocker.
Kat Cowan sits in and is joined by local pharmacist Ravi Mohan to answer your questions.
Hear how the Junior doctors strike has impacted South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire.
Your calls on your team and a look back Tuesday's results for our local sides (6 Apr).
Who's better: The Beatles or the Rolling Stones. We also hear from the UK's oldest mum of triplets (she's 55), and hear that diet apps could be making eating disorders worse.
Russell Walker brings you late night news and conversation.
BBC Radio Sheffield joins BBC Radio 5 live.