Lively magazine show in which Matthew Wright and this weeks panelists Jeremy Edwards and Anne Diamond discuss the topical issues of the day with todays guest, Pamela Stephenson Connolly who will be talking about her Brazilian dance show Brazouka.
DOES HOMEOPATH REGISTER ENDORSE QUACKERY?
What do you think of the government's health watchdog giving its backing to a register of qualified homeopaths? They say, regardless of whether or not you believe in treating like for like using tiny quantities of what's making you ill, patients want to know if practioners are competent within the rules of homeopathy. Critics say by backing the register the watchdog gives credibiliy to quackery. What do you think?
COULD EVERYONE USE SEX THERAPY?
After that: Could every couple do with some sex therapy? With 40 percent of couples admitting their sex lives could do with some improvement, why don't more of us visit a professional to discuss the physical and mental issues that may be preventing us from enjoying ourselves between the sheets? Is it because we're embarrassed? Or because - as some critics claim - we're in danger of finding out we can get what we want - but not with our current partner?
WOMEN: NOT AS FUNNY AS MEN?
After that - are women not as funny as men? There was outrage last month when V Festival organisers didn't have a single female comic on the bill. Should we force TV bosses to introduce quotas to insure more funny women get on the box as the BBC has done for panel shows like Mock the Week? Or do you girls just have to accept that fellas are better at making us laugh?
LADDISH UNI CULTURE: OUT OF CONTROL?
And finally: with thousands of students starting univeristy I want to know if the laddish culture on campus is out of control as the National Union of students claims. A quarter of students claim to have experienced unwelcome sexual advances, about a third binge drink several times a month and seven in ten dabble in drugs while at uni - is there anything we can do to curb that?