Live coverage from the Cenotaph in Whitehall for the nation's Remembrance Sunday commemorations, one hundred years to the day from the end of World War One.
As a rape trial collapses after phone evidence is released to lawyers after two years, a senior barrister in the case tells Tina Daheley what happened. Show more
With Tina Daheley. The latest from Zimbabwe, Mali the hero dog and the parents who are facing eviction over their crying baby. Show more
Jeremy Vine and Tina Daheley return with a special episode of Crimewatch dedicated to tackling child sex abuse. Show more
Reporter Tina Daheley lifts the lid on the secrets of the takeaway industry, investigating how planning laws are being subverted and food safety legislation flouted by producers. Show more
Investigations, news and appeals. Featuring a special report into the alarming number of sexual assaults on university students during fresher's week. Show more
Live coverage from the Cenotaph in Whitehall for the nation's Remembrance Sunday commemorations, one hundred years to the day from the end of World War One. Show more
The BBC's daily news programme. Tina Daheley hears from current and former members of the Mormon church calling for an end to interviews that ask children sexual questions. Show more
Live interactive series tackling Britain's youth unemployment. Four recruits are sent on work experience and Stacey Solomon and Russell Kane talk about their first jobs. Show more
Jonathan Edwards presents live coverage of the 2014 Bupa Great North Run. Commentary comes from Steve Cram, Andrew Cotter, Brendan Foster and Paula Radcliffe. Show more
Live current affairs debate programme. In Birmingham, Rick Edwards leads the debate on issues around young parenthood and families. Comedian Ava Vidal joins the panel. Show more
Tina Daheley and Chris Smith are in Leeds with a hundred 18- to 24-year-olds to talk about what they think of politicians. Show more
Film following two young Afghani heroin addicts as they try to kick their smack habits and get their lives back together in a country with one of the highest rates of addiction. Show more
Live current affairs debate programme. On the night that BBC Three broadcasts Give it Up for Comic Relief, Free Speech asks if addiction is a medical or criminal issue. Show more
Rick Edwards chairs a debate on the situation in Syria. 150 people aged 16-25 argue for and against the parliamentary vote and what can be done for the civil war's victims. Show more
BBC Radio 1's Chris Smith and an audience of young voters put questions to the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg. From Tuesday 14 April.
BBC Radio 1's Chris Smith and an audience of young voters put questions to the leader of Plaid Cymru, Leanne Wood. From Tuesday 14 April.
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