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.
5live’s Stephen Nolan talks to some of those affected by a major power cut
Stephen Nolan investigates after homes, businesses, hospitals and travel networks were hit by a massive power cut across large areas of England and Wales.
He also hears from an energy analyst about what lay behind the outage, after National Grid said it was caused by issues with two power generators but the problem was now resolved.
Homeless World Cup: Cardiff 2019
Nihal Arthanayake spoke to the players and organisers of the annual Homeless World Cup. The 2019 event is the 17th time the football tournament, which aims to improve the lives of rough sleepers and those without a home, has been held. It featured around 500 homeless players from more than 40 countries.
The BAFTA nominated actor Michael Sheen, who helped campaign to bring the World Cup to Wales, exclusively revealed to Nihal that he had given everything he has, financially, to ensure the event went ahead.
A scorching week in politics
Adrian Chiles welcomes journalist and political activist Ash Sarkar and comedian Geoff Norcott to chew over one of the most dramatic and significant political weeks in recent memory as Boris Johnson became the UK's new prime minister.
They replay the best moments from the week and take a sideways look at some of the funnier moments too.
Boris Johnson: First Commons address and MP reaction
Listen back to the moment Boris Johnson made his first speech as prime minister in the House of Commons.
You will also hear the response from MPs, including Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn and newly elected Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson.
Following the debates, 5 Live's Emma Barnett and BBC Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar give their analysis.