A block of flats have installed metal spikes outside to deter homeless people, a quarter of GP surgeries close for a day each week and have you ever had an infestation?
Scottish independence is technology making people rude?
New guidance suggests slimming clubs should be made available free on the NHS, London has the highest levels of cocaine use in Europe and have you been reunited with a pet?
Lord Oakeshott has quit the Lib Dems warning the party is "heading for disaster" under Nick Clegg, the congestion charge is going up to £11.50 and where should mobiles be banned?
The annual Crime Survey suggests card fraud could contribute up to 3.8 million offenses, Alex Salmond has won the last Scottish independence TV debate and what words do you miss?
Talking about wearing a niqab in school and pets in the bed.
The gap between the rich and the poor is increasing, have you ever fallen asleep on the train and should there be a restriction on the number of children we have?
The Policy Exchange says some housing estates are a "national embarrassment", a survey suggests smaller airports give a better experience and would you pass a citizenship test?
Former Radio 1 DJ Mike Read has recorded song to raise money for UKIP, parts of the country are having their bins collected once every three weeks and can you afford your funeral?
At least 1,400 children were sexually exploited in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, from October 1st paper tax discs will become obsolete and have you had a mid-life crisis?
Chuka Ummana says UKIP attracts racists, how do you feel about living in a care home and what strange food combinations do you love?
A blind woman and her guide dog were thrown out a supermarket, a report says patient safety could be at risk if services are “outsourced” and what do you have for breakfast?
How would you get young people into work and who should decide the future of the BBC?
Talking about the Presidents of the United States and what makes someone posh?
Gardener Jamie Butterworth answers your horticultural questions, today BBC London 94.9 asks what matters ahead of the General Election and what have you bought from a pound shop?
Talking about your favourite British Icons, favourite time of day and foreign aid.
Nick Clegg has suggested that another coalition government is "inevitable", an extra marital affairs website is to float on the London exchange and what's your favourite sandwich?
You choose the subjects today, talking about a range of topics including national debt, right-to-buy and aliens.
You choose the subjects today, talking about a range of topics including surgery, coalitions and synchronicity.
A list has been compiled of things that constitute being English, one newspaper implies some bingo halls are "awash with cocaine" and what clothes do you wear for several days?