Africa Live!, the BBC's interactive radio programme for and about Africa, has become a must-listen every Wednesday at 1630 and 1830 GMT.
The team is waiting to hear from you
The show provides listeners with a forum to share their day-to-day experiences and issues that affect their lives, be it family relationships, domestic violence or corruption.
Simply put, the listeners set the agenda.
"All the listener has to do is to phone us, write, email or text us with their telephone number and we'll hand over the microphone to them," says African Productions Editor Martin Davies.
"Africa Live! is an opportunity for people on the continent to not only raise issues that affect them but also discuss possible solutions to those problems."
Africa Live! is about making connections, giving radio listeners across the continent, and internet users worldwide a unique chance to put their views.
The show brings you a host of your favourite presenters: Paul Bakibinga, Jenny Horrocks, Vera Kwakofi and Solomon Mugera.
And if you are in a remote part of Africa, you need not worry - the BBC's roving reporters will link you up via an ISDN satellite phone.
Use the form to send us your ideas or suggestions of topics you want to get Africa to talk about.
If it's happening in Africa, it will be on Africa Live!
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