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Expert Michael Kheng on the idea of drone deliveries

Cleared for flake off! From ice creams to parcels, drone delivery is on its way

Following trial deliveries in the US and England, internet giant Amazon has been granted permission to test the viability of delivery by drone. So will our parcels soon be arriving by air?

UKIP's Suzanne Evans does the Paul Ross Paper Review

UKIP leadership: 'Lisa Duffy's honest and decent. She's a change from Farage'

The party's former spokesperson, Suzanne Evans, tells talkRADIO's Paul Ross her thoughts on the upcoming leadership battle

Travel journalist Shafik Meghji insists that holidaying Brits should keep "a proportional sense of risk" and not be frightened by the current wave of terror attacks in Europe.

Brits advised not to let Europe terror threat spoil holiday plans

Travel journalist Shafik Meghji says holidaymakers should keep a "proportional sense of risk" and not be put off making travel plans this summer…

France church attack: 'We musn't be complacent, we've got over 2000 people in the UK of a similar ilk', says security expert

France church attack: '2000 people in the UK could do something similar'

Stronger communities can combat complacency and help slow the spread of domestic terrorism, says a former head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office…

Sophia Duckor-Jones on her experience with child refugees in Greece

Living with the refugees: 'We're sharing a responsibility, not a burden'

Freelance journalist Sophia Ducker-Jones tells talkRADIO listeners about her experiences living with people fleeing war and persecution at the Ritsona refugee camp in Greece…

Lord Alf Dubs on the plight of child refugees after House of Lords report

Former child refugee Lord Dubs: Britain must to do more to help migrant children

Evacuated from Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II, Lord Dubs says the House of Commons report condemning Britain's lack of help in migrant crisis "confirms all our worst fears"

French church attack: 'Those identified as a threat need to be confined', says Professor Anthony Glees

French church attack: 'Tagging, detention and deportation' could cut down terror

Security expert Anthony Glees says European nations need to be more proactive in the battle against domestic attacks…

Scottish independence: referendum 'inevitable' - says MP Angus MacNeil

Scottish independence: referendum 'inevitable'

Angus MacNeil, the MP for Na h-Eileanan an Iar, says that the Brexit vote means Scotland has the right to go to the polls again…

Hate crime: Has Brexit vote made Britain more racist?

Hate crime: Has Brexit vote made Britain more racist?

As Home Secretary announces a policing review, campaigners say anti-immigrant tone of campaign has allowed extremists to "peddle toxic and hateful views"

BHS collapse: 'It does leave a sour taste', says entrepreneur Mo Chaudry

BHS collapse: Philip Green 'may well have to compensate for what he has done'

Entrepreneur Mo Chaudry says the former owner of BHS should face repercussions, after the company he sold in 2015 went bust within months

A 26-year-old local man has been arrested following Japan's worst mass-killing since World War II

Japan care home attack: Suspect 'wanted all disabled people to disappear'

Anna Fifield, Tokyo bureau chief for The Washington Post, explains the apparent motives behind the attack which left 19 dead

Theresa May

'Theresa May should compliment President Hollande's haircut if she needs to', says journalist Peter Foster

PM 'should compliment President Hollande's haircut' to get better Brexit deal

As Theresa May begins her European tour by visiting Germany and France, The Telegraph's European Editor Peter Foster says she should do everything in her power to keep negotiations calm, cool and constructive

'I don't see Philip May being threatened at all by this', says relationship advisor Pam Spurr

'I don't see Philip May being threatened by this', says relationship advisor

The Two Mikes wonder how Theresa May's husband will feel when she becomes Prime Minister

Funny stuff

We're all growing up, but which country is the tallest in the world?

Tall story: We're all growing up, but which country is the tallest in the world?

Professor of Human Genetics Timothy Frayling reveals why some nations have grown taller than others, and we reveal where to find the planet's tallest people…

Filmmaking, James Brown and celebrity league tables! Presenter Dougie Anderson joins Jonny Gould and Ash

Filmmaking, James Brown and choosing between Clooney, Depp and Zellweger!

Broadcaster Dougie Anderson discusses his new book and reveals the secrets behind his own celebrity league table

Latest Videos

Tattoo Fixers stars Steven 'Sketch' Porter and Paisley Thomas chat to Paul Ross

WATCH: Tattoo Fixers' Steven 'Sketch' Porter and Paisley Thomas in the studio

The stars of the hit E4 show tell Full Set Breakfast host Paul Ross about their unexpected success and look forward to an upcoming summer spin-off

Busker Sessions With Danny Kelly! Neresa Maye Performs A Cappella

WATCH: Busker sessions with Danny Kelly - Neresa Maye performs a cappella

The singer belts out a beautiful rendition of Bob Dylan's Make You Feel My Love

X Factor's Jahméne Douglas on his new single, upcoming album, and a very special collaboration with Samuel L. Jackson!

WATCH: X Factor's Jahméne Douglas on his new music and Samuel L. Jackson

The singing star came onto talkRADIO to chat with Paul Ross about all things tuneful, and working with the Star Wars, Avengers and Pulp Fiction actor

Comedy play group Austentatious improvise some performances with Hardeep Singh Kohli!

WATCH: Jane Austen performed as you've never seen it before

Rachel Parris and Amy Cooke-Hodgson, who are part of the comedy troop Austentatious, came into the talkRADIO studios to wow Hardeep Singh Kohl with four quick-fire Jane Austen improvisations and plenty of sparkling chat

Shane Filan on Westlife, those infamous stools, and the upcoming second leg of his tour!

WATCH: Shane Filan on Westlife, touring…and those infamous stools

See the former boyband star as he pops into the talkRADIO studio for a chat with Paul Ross

What would be your song for George Osborne?

'The Man Who Sold The World' - Twitter nominates songs for George Osborne

The former Chancellor's had a rough couple of weeks, so Hardeep Singh Kohli thought he'd cheer him up with some music