Once in a while I am invited to join Vanessa Feltz on her BBC Radio London show to review the stories that haven't made the headlines.

This morning, the conversation was quite wide ranging, as you will hear. Taking in the strange return of Poirot, to our TV screens in the Christmas schedules, but not quite as we know him, the pressure being placed on the police service in dealing with callers and members of the public suffering with mental health difficulties and the competition to appear on the new £50 note. All of this, and the sandwich shop in Cornwall which is under pressure to change its name. 

Not a lot of law, but plenty of food for thought. Listen in from 47:32 on the BBC Sounds app or web-page.