Nick's Useful Links
Limbcare's Adventure The Snowdon Challenge
This is the sponsored walk for people have lost limbs that Nick spoke about on Thursday 4th June.
A volunteer who helped drop aid to the desperate Yazidis trapped on Mount Sinjar in the north of Iraq has picked up a top award.
Helen Dyer, Director of Caspa - Children On The Autistic Spectrum Parents Association - joined Nick on Friday 8th November to discuss the teaching method of Applied Behavioural Analysis, or ABA. Here are the contact details of the Caspa charity that Helen is involved with.
Berkeley Homes Kidbrooke Village
See the amazing transformation of the former Ferrier Estate by Berkeley Homes.
The Sunday Times
The Sunday Times App List is released on Sunday 27th January 2013.
Find out more about the new service which helps you keep up to date with changes to your savings rates.
Boots - Diabetes Awareness Week
Find out more information about Boots and the service they offer for diabetics and their families.
The Independent Police Commission
The Commissionís overarching objective is to examine the roles and responsibilities of the police service in England and Wales in the 21st Century.
Welsh Guards Afghanistan Appeal
The Welsh Gaurds are in the process of setting up the Welsh Guards Afghanistan appeal. Donations can be sent to Regimental HQ, Welsh Guards, Birdcage Walk, London SW1E 6HQ. Cheques may be made payable to "The Welsh Guards Afghanistan Appeal".
Recession and Depression
beat is the leading UK charity for people with eating disorders and their families. www.b-eat.co.uk
Sleep Research Centre aims to promote understanding of the benefits of healthy sleep and to improve the diagnosis and treatment of those that suffer with sleep disorders www.sleepresearchcentre.com
NACOA- National Association for Children of Alcoholics aims to address the needs of children growing up in families where one or both parents suffer from alcoholism. www.nacoa.org.uk
MIND is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales and works to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress. www.mind.org.uk
NHS Postcode Lotteries
Kate Spall campaigns to get Primary Care Trusts to pay for life saving yet expensive drugs. You can find out more at www.pamelanorthcottfund.org.uk.
Motor Neurone Disease
Richard Jackson is canoeing 124 miles for Motor Neurone Disease. To find out more and sponsor him - go to www.riverwyechallenge.co.uk.
If you want to find out more about the Mother and Baby survey about new mother loneliness, click here .
If you want to find out more about this issue, or for help and advice, click here for the charity Forward.
Transgender/Sex Change Issues
After hearing from Gill Dalton, a woman who was persuaded to have a sex change after two marriages.
For more information about transgender issues by visiting her information and campaign website.
After seeing the video of David Hasselhoff drunk and helpless, we examined the problems of alcoholism.
If you would like to get in touch with Alcoholics Anonymous or Al Anon, just click on the links.
Daily Mail columnist Richard Littlejohn joined us to tell us about his new book Littlejohn's Britain and his run-ins with Cherie Blair. Click here for the LBC Store if you want to buy the book.
If you would like to find out more about the Military Families Support Group, please click here.
They offer help, support, information and guidance for anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one through active service with the UK Armed Forces.
They also offer help and support to injured and traumatised service men and women, and also their families.
Are you concerned about the rights of bailiffs?
At this point in time most bailiffs do not have the right to force their way into tour home, but a current bill might change that. The Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill will give extra powers to all bailiffs, including the right to force entry to premises.
If you want to voice your concerns about bailiffs click here to sign a petition.