Water way to cure a phobia!

For lots of people a summer holiday wouldn't be complete without a dip in the pool or a swim in the sea. But for grandmother June Fuller, her fear of water is so great she can't even look at water without getting scared.

So when Nik and Eva Speakman took June to a local lido in the hope of banishing her fear for good, would our phobia fighters be triumphant once again?

Well, considering this is Best Bits - it's a pretty good bet they succeeded!

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Do paedophile hunters help or hinder the police?

We ring the police five minutes before and then we confront them with a camera

– Scott and Callum from Dark Justice

Almost 25,000 sexual offences against children were recorded in the UK last year. Shockingly, over 90% of these children knew their abuser.

But there's also the horrifying worry of online paedophiles who target children; a crime that is vastly under-reported. So paedophile hunters, like Scott and Callum from Dark Justice, have taken the law into their own hands and set up a private organisation to track down predators.

Scott and Callum join us in the studio alongside former police officer and criminologist, Jane Monckton-Smith, to discuss whether paedophile hunters help or hinder the police.

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Can the Speakmans help June's fear of water?

For lots of people a summer holiday wouldn't be complete without a dip in the pool or a swim in the sea. But for grandmother June Fuller, her fear of water is so great she can't even look at water without getting scared.

The Speakmans are with June live at Wycombe Rye Lido to help her get over her phobia and be able to go swimming with her grandson and take a cruise with her long-suffering husband.

How do charity cold calls affect you?

Yet again charities are in the firing line over aggressive tactics. In today’s papers, a journalist who went undercover in a charity call centre was shocked at the way in which charity call centre workers were encouraged to badger people for cash. Using a script that includes high pressure techniques, staff are told to ask for money at least three times in any call, regardless of a person's financial situation. But has the situation affected you?

Have you been a victim of high pressure tactics? Have you been hounded by a charity to fund more and more money? Have you ever worked for a charity and had to call people in this manner? Or do you think these measures are necessary to make money that goes to good causes? We want your calls and thoughts.

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