Chloe Tilley talks to the producer of a film about 'Pad Man', a school drop-out from southern India who helped millions of women by designing cheap sanitary towels. Re ...
The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.
As one of Britain's biggest construction companies goes into liquidation, Victoria speaks to one of the thousands of employees whose job is at risk.\n\nShe talks to teenage ...
Chloe Tilley asks why Donald Trump cancelled his visit to open the new US embassy in London and whether it marks the end of the special relationship. \n\nCould social services b ...
The Conservative MP Nick Boles who has had cancer twice tells Victoria that a 'National Health Insurance' would encourage people to pay more for the NHS.\n\nTheresa Ma ...
Charities who work with drug users in Manchester explain how a new strain of the synthetic drug 'spice' is having a devastating effect on the city.\n\nVictoria asks wh ...
Victoria gets reaction to the resignation of journalist Toby Young from the universities watchdog - after widespread criticism of crude and offensive comments he'd written ...
Victoria meets an 18-year-old who has a condition which causes his skin to tear and blister at the slightest touch.\n\nShe also hears about the winners and losers at the Golden ...
Including the sacking of Damian Green, Christmas acts of kindness and an exclusive on being pregnant as a man.
We hear calls for better protection for home buyers, after countless problems with some new-build homes leave them 'uninhabitable' within months. \n\nVictoria talks to ...
An investigation for the Victoria Derbyshire programme hears claims that sexual abuse and harassment is endemic in the music industry, with dangerous men abusing their power.\n\ ...
As a rape trial collapses after phone evidence is released to lawyers after two years, a senior barrister in the case tells Tina Daheley what happened. Tina also asks what can b ...
Baby survives being born with heart outside her body - her mum and consultant speak to us.\n\nHundreds of schools 'fail pupils year after year'.\n\nDanTDM - World' ...
The former wife of serial killer Levi Bellfield tells Victoria she lives with the guilt that she didn't report him to the police sooner. Plus an insight into the lives of m ...
Victoria has an exclusive interview with council leader Elizabeth Campbell ahead of the start of the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire. She also speaks to Nick Dunn and Billy ...
Models speak exclusively to the programme about sexual harassment and exploitation in the fashion industry. \n\nA 21-year-old woman who had acid thrown over her by a total stran ...
Victoria hosts an audience debate over Brexit so far. Plus calls for a new way to tackle youth offending, the man in court over an alleged plot to kill Theresa May, and news tha ...
Victoria Derbyshire with stories including the Brexit battle following the DUP backlash, the first ever plan to tackle global waste and the child safety campaign using live stre ...
Victoria hears from an Australian MP who used a debate on same-sex marriage to propose to his boyfriend in Parliament. Plus a revealing documentary which looks at life for peopl ...
With Tina Daheley. Damian Green computer porn allegations and one model's claims against Harvey Weinstein. Plus missing for 25 years, a mother believes her son is still alive.
Victoria gets reaction to Donald Trump's twitter criticism of Theresa May, 'tourette's didn't stop me getting a job', plus the lack of support for grand ...
The postcode lottery some asylum seekers face when appealing their cases. Plus, one young lady describes what it is like experiencing coercive control from a partner and reactio ...
The housing activists taking direct action against 'bad landlords'. Plus as the Chennai Six are released we speak to two of their families, as well as take a look at m ...
Victoria gets reaction to the breaking news that Prince Harry is to marry the American actress Meghan Markle.\n\nAfter the revelation that vaginal mesh operations have left some ...
There are scenes of jubilation in Zimbabwe as Emmerson Mnangagwa is sworn in as the new president of Zimbabwe.\n\nTom Baker returns to Doctor Who at the age of 83.\n\nPlus headt ...
The young homeless man who begged a judge to be jailed.\n\nJames Bulger killer back in jail.\n\nThe Ashes - we speak to the Travelling Roo, the Richies and Billy the Trumpet.
Three women from different generations and backgrounds tell Victoria what matters to them in the Budget.\n\nSix months on from the Manchester Arena attack, many young people are ...
Explorer Benedict Allen gives his first TV interview since going missing in Papua New Guinea.\n\nGenocide survivors join forces to stand up to extremism.\n\nLandmark case on wor ...
So-called 'punishment attacks' are on the rise, it is deadline day for President Mugabe, and the Queen and Prince Philip celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary.
Tina Daheley presents the BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. \n\nThe latest from ...
Chloe Tilley presents the BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. \n\nThe Grenfell To ...
The army takes control in Zimbabwe.\n\nDo urban rap videos glamorise violence?\n\nBBC Strictly Come Dancing's Alexandra Burke joins us in the studio.
An exclusive interview with an alleged rape victim who reported the attack to the Commons authorities and has waived her right to anonymity.\n\nA woman who still has family in t ...
The fallout from the resignation of Priti Patel - Labour's Tom Watson calls for more clarity from the PM.\n\nAs mental health problems increase, a special report on how vir ...
Stories include the Priti Patel row, the secretive world of female Freemasons plus a report on the more than 260,000 homeless people in England.
Victoria Derbyshire talks to a man who lost his son to knife crime about the controversial policy of stop and search.\n\nA woman seeking what is thought to be the UK's firs ...
Chloe Tilley presents the BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news.
A special programme on sexual harassment in the work place and how to stop it. A group of women and men, most of whom have experienced sexual harassment at some point in their l ...
An exclusive report on interfaith and interracial fostering - we meet some of the families involved A hospital is hoping to trial an Airbnb-style scheme to rent beds for recover ...
The growing problem of cyber-stalking- a look at one police force's new approach to the problem. Plus calls for a judge led inquiry into RBS and other banks. And the produc ...
Including... Energy price cap plans More revelations about Harvey Weinstein 'My heart stopped as my sister walked down the aisle'.
An actor and model tells Victoria how she was sexually harassed by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. A powerful look at the scale of heroin abuse in the UK and new research t ...
Exotic animals at children's parties - is it safe or ethical? The government's race audit reveals serious racial divides exist across British society. Prison governors ...
There are calls for school guidelines on how to treat children who have been sexually assaulted by fellow pupils. Should driving using handsfree phones be banned? Plus the fos ...
On Thursday's Victoria Derbyshire show - Theresa May's speech woes, the Ted Heath abuse investigation, opt-out organ donation and 'gay tests' for asylum seek ...
Presenter Chloe Tilley looks at claims by the Catalan president that independence from Spain could be declared in a matter of days. The programme hears from a mother and son who ...
With original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news, Victoria Derbyshire presents the BBC's new daily news and current affairs programme.
Victoria gets the latest on the concert shooting in Las Vegas, speaking to eye witnesses who were at the festival and those who were in the hotel where the gunman was located.
The programme reports on British people trapped in costly contracts in a French property scheme. There is also a look at the problems associated with giving birth to big babies ...
The programme looks at a little-known mental health condition called depersonalisation disorder. There are also discussions on families with adopted children that are in crisis ...
What is expected from Theresa May's big Brexit speech? A Swedish researcher who has gone undercover with the alt-right in the UK and US joins Chloe Tilley in the studio. Pl ...
The latest Mexico earthquake rescue efforts. Should there be tougher laws for cyclists? A look at the police forces asking charities to help them keep the community safe.
Animals are suffering and dying as they are trucked across Europe. Fentanyl - the drug that is 50 times more potent than heroin. London Fashion Week and diversity.
Tina Daheley stands in for Victoria and reports on an explosion on a tube train at Parsons Green in London.
The Belgian Paralympian who wants to end her life talks about euthanasia. Hurricane Irma devastates the Caribbean. Plus what's your risk of being a crime victim?
Nurses protest against pay cap. The refugee doctors being trained to work for the NHS. Endometriosis affects 10% of women but diagnosis takes on average 7 years.
Victoria talks to Kezia Dugdale and other MPs about coming out as gay. The woman who's been on 77 first dates in a (long) bid to meet Mr Right tells us where men are going ...
Further coverage of storm Harvey as flood-hit Houston imposes a curfew and there are more extraordinary rescues. Plus a stark warning from the Danish ambassador on Brexit, and r ...
Joanna Gosling with results of the new-style GCSEs, the half-British teenager who has been rejected for permanent UK residency, and the violinist with brain damage who plays via ...
President Trump rules out withdrawal from Afghanistan. The programme compares marijuana drug controls. The NHS healthy new towns where residents get rewards for exercising.
Joanna Gosling presents an exclusive investigation into fraudsters posing as charities. Love Island's Olivia discusses a crack-down on online hate crime. Plus a look back a ...
Students get their A Level results. Can a new 'homeless village' in Edinburgh set a precedent? A look inside the fast-track graduate scheme for prison officers. With J ...
Joana Gosling looks at Brexit plans for a 'seamless' Irish border, NHS figures which suggest one in 15 women will have vaginal mesh complications, and why benefits bei ...
Victoria hears from people having surgery to stop themselves needing the loo when out because of a lack of accessible disabled toilets. A firefighter's account of one of th ...