What is it like to be separated from someone you love?
Nihal Arthanayake speaks to three people forced to be apart: Danielle whose husband is in prison, Lisa Jones whose husband serves abroad in the military, and filmmaker Jeff Togman who was separated from his birth mother by adoption.
Boris Johnson's first PMQs
In his first Prime Minister's Questions, Boris Johnson clashes with Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit and the possibility of a snap election.
Listen back to the first 40 minutes of debate, plus analysis and reaction from 5 Live's Adrian Chiles, BBC Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar, Guardian political correspondent Jessica Elgot and assistant editor of The Spectator, Isabel Hardman.
Parliament suspension: Are you outraged or ecstatic?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to suspend Parliament days after MPs return to work.
It means MPs are unlikely to have time to pass laws that could stop the UK leaving the European Union (EU) without a deal on 31 October.
That exit date is written into law, so if nothing changes the UK will leave automatically - whether or not a deal has been reached.
5 Live's Nicky Campbell asked listeners if they felt outraged or ecstatic about the move.
Bury expelled from EFL: Your reaction
As Bury Football Club are ejected from the English Football League, Sarah Brett hears immediate reaction from fans and local MPs.
The Children of the Troubles
It’s been 50 years since the start of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, when serious violence broke out in 1969.
Over 30 years, more than 3,500 people died, communities became divided and there was murder on both sides.
These are the Children of the Troubles, their young lives changed forever.
Pictured: Danny Toland is in the middle between the mum and dad, and his sister Majella is directly in front with the blue collar.