Anna Foster is joined in Sunderland by a host of celebs, experts and an audience - for the UK’s biggest conversation about the nation’s sex life.
How to do it well, and how to talk about it healthily. From STIs and health, using porn to sex ed in schools, consent to cheating, good sex, bad sex and how we can all become a bit more open and confident when it comes to our sex lives.
Simon Thomas: I'm 'beginning' to live after wife's death
In November 2017, former Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas lost his wife Gemma, three days after she was diagnosed with cancer.
A year on, Simon is in a new relationship. He says it’s not about replacing Gemma, but is "part of beginning to find life again".
The Real Lives of Spies
5 Live’s Nihal Arthanayake meets six spies from the UK’s three main intelligence agencies, in the first ever joint interview with officers from MI5, MI6 and GCHQ. They explain what it’s like inside their agencies in the immediate aftermath of a terrorist attack, how they decide which friends and family members to tell about their jobs and what they think of TV shows like Bodyguard and Killing Eve.
A tribute to Aretha Franklin
Phil Williams hosts a special tribute to Aretha Franklin. He’s joined by "Blue" Lou Marini - the sax player from the Blues Brothers Band, fellow gospel singer and childhood friend Candi Staton, Corrine Drewery from Swing Out Sister, and David Hood - founder member of the legendary "Swampers”, who was a session musician in most of Aretha Franklin’s major recordings.
How can I stop being addicted to my phone?
We’re all spending more time tapping, swiping and staring at our smartphones. The Solutions Project finds out how we can stop being so obsessed with them.