The size of a man's penis is often seen as a joke or banter in the changing room, but according to a recent survey, one in five British men are unhappy with the size of their penis. The average length is approximately 5.5 inches, which can create a psychological insecurity for any man who doesn't measure up.
I have set the bar low and women are pleasantly surprised
Three years ago, American comedian and actor Patrick Moote's public marriage proposal was turned down in front of a hundreds of basketball fans. The reason behind his girlfriend's rejection? His penis was too small.
Despite admitting he is only "just below average" it prompted Patrick to embark upon a personal quest of his own - making a documentary called UnHung Hero to ask the age-old question: does size really matter?
He joins us to discuss why he told the world the exact reason why he was dumped and reveals what his love life is like now.
He says: "I have set the bar low and women are pleasantly surprised."
Should you be allowed to have your tattoos on display in the workplace?
Student teacher Charlotte Tumilty made headlines after she was sent home from school because her arms, neck and fingers had tattoos on them.
Sally Jones thinks they were right to send her home. But Steffi Rox doesn't know why anyone would have a problem with what someone else chooses to do with their body.
Three years ago Hertfordshire Constabulary became the first police force to launch a Joint Child Protection Investigation Team made up of both police officers and social workers. There are 48 police officers and 13 social work staff in the team and each year they handle around 4000 cases.
Criminologist Mark Williams-Thomas is given unique access to the unit and its investigations into neglect and child abuse, and in the studio Phillip and Amanda are joined by social worker Beverly Ford and Detective Sergeant Sue Warren to discuss how they are working together to help protect neglected and abused children.
Criminologist Mark Williams-Thomas is given unique access to Hertfordshire Constabulary Joint Child Protection Investigation Team unit and its investigations into neglect and child abuse.
In an average lifetime it's estimated we spend an astonishing five to six years dreaming. But your dreams shouldn't be something to ignore, as they could be the key to understanding what you really want in your life!
Psychologist Ian Wallace, who has analysed more than 180,000 dreams, joins us to dispel the myths surrounding our most common dreams. Ian will also explain how once you understand the meanings behind your dreams you can take action in your waking life.
The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams by Ian Wallace is out now
We love you, we miss you ... just come home
After Britain's most senior police officer announced last night that at least five Britons a week are travelling to Iraq and Syria to join Islamic State, today we meet Sucdi Ali, the aunt of 15-year-old Yusra Hussien.
Yusra is believed to have fled with another girl to Syria as jihadi brides, young women who marry IS fighters in the battle-torn areas of Syria.
Sucdi, family spokesperson Anira Khokar and radicalisation expert Dr Brooke Rogers join us to talk about Yusra leaving, what drove her actions, and to appeal for her to come home.
Marriage is outdated and should be killed off, a High Court judge claimed this week. And recent figures show we're going off marriage - in the last census in 2011, married couples became a minority for the first time.
But that's only half the story. This year, same-sex marriages became law, leading to a rush of couples tying the knot. And almost all of today's teenagers expect to get married some day.
Today we are joined by two mums in happy, long-term relationships with one big difference - one is married, and the other says that weddings make her shudder.