Brian May joins Janet Ellis and Lee Hurst on the panel
Part 1: Hellos & Menu
Parts 2 & 3: Automatic Jail For Knife Teens
We’re going to kick off by getting your thoughts on ConDem plans to lock up any 16 or 17-year-old caught using a knife in a threatening way for a minimum of two months? Would that deter young people from packing a blade? There are claims as many as one in four teenagers go about tooled up.
After hearing your thoughts on that - and it would be great to hear from any teenagers watching on this, it’s over to Russell for the rest of the day’s headlines.
Part 4: Today’s Papers
Part 5: Is Rape Campaign Anti-Men?
Then: I want your thoughts on this anti-rape campaign that some think is funny but others claim paints all men as would be rapists. Will lines like if you help a woman whose car has broken down, remember not to rape her lead to fewer sex attacks? If not, what’s the point of the online campaign?
Part 6: Don’t Meddle In My Love-Life Mum!
Moving on, some say mothers know best - but even if they do, should they keep their noses out of their children’s love-lives? If you’ve been watching big brother, Faye has broken up with housemate lover Aaron because she knows her mum doesn’t like him. Any of you ever been in a fix like that?
Part 7: Cruise Thru Uni With Jane Mcdonald
And finally: what would you tell the undergraduate too embarrassed to tell his chums he’s a massive Jane McDonald fan? Should he play her hits when his mates come around or keep that guilty pleasure all to himself?