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We're off to southern Africa - part of a new series of reports from our correspondent Hugh Sykes who is visiting: South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania and Ethiopia: Hugh has been looking at various Millenium Development goals...here he is in Mozambique
We have some breaking Labour leadership news...err sort of.
Political correspondent Chris Mason fails to get to the point
In 2009 as a plane taking off from New York hit a flock of geese it was the skill of the pilot who guided the plane safely onto the Hudson that saved the lives of all those on board. One of them was Vallie Collins who was in the last row and she told BH what happened to her and how disaster in...
Luxury watch king Jean Claude Biver spoke to PM about the Apple Watch.
Former Secretary of State and Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr Henry Kissinger spoke to Mark Mardell about the dangers of a Cold War.
The 31 year old woman PM heard from attends Marijuana Anonymous meetings. Because she was concerned about protecting the anonymous bit of Marijuana Anonymous, she asked that we get an actor to give voice to what she said, which we did.
Throughout the week, PM is hearing a variety of experiences and views about cannabis.
Someone who has used it for several years is Clark French.
He's 29 and his relationship with the drug had unorthodox beginnings.
What is the legal status of cannabis in the US right now?
Well it is legal for medicinal use in almost half the states. It has been legal for recreational use in Washington state and Colorado for more than a year.
Voters recently supported legalisation in Alaska and Oregon
London Fire Brigade has said it's expecting a spike in call outs with people being stuck in curious positions or trapped in handcuffs following the film release of Fifty Shades of Grey. Mark Hazelton, Senior Fire Officer with the London Fire Brigade, told PM why