By Amy Southall

Thursday 12 May 2016

Thursday 12 May 2016

Nicola Thorp, the woman at the centre of this week's 'high heels' row, is campaigning to change laws on women's dress codes at work

High heels row: Nicola Thorp asks 'what does it have to do with being accepted at work?'

High heels row: 'What does it have to do with being accepted at work?'

Receptionist Nicola Thorp hits back after she was told she couldn't wear flat shoes in the office

'There is a corruption problem in the UK', admits Tory MP Matthew Hancock

'There is a corruption problem in the UK', admits Tory MP Matthew Hancock

'There is a corruption problem in the UK', admits Tory MP Matthew Hancock

The Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General claims there are problems in every country across the world

Cheryl Baker on Bucks Fizz, skirt-ripping and Eurovison 2016

Cheryl Baker on Bucks Fizz, skirt-ripping and Eurovison 2016

Cheryl Baker on Bucks Fizz, skirt-ripping and Eurovison 2016

The annual singing contest takes place this weekend in Stockholm

'If you hear someone shout 'Allahu Akbar' you should run away like a whippet', claims UKIP deputy leader

'If you hear someone shout 'Allahu Akbar' you should run away like a whippet', claims UKIP deputy leader

'If you hear someone shout 'Allahu Akbar' you should run away like a whippet'

UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall insists Great Manchester Police should not have been forced to apologise following terror training exercise

Wednesday 11 May 2016

Wednesday 11 May 2016

Andrew Wood dismisses comments made by David Cameron on corrupt countries as 'not really significant'

'David Cameron was right about Nigeria and Afghanistan and if you think the UK is corrupt, try Russia' - Former diplomat tells talkRADIO

'Think the UK is corrupt? Go to West Africa or Russia' says former Brit diplomat

The Prime Minister was caught on camera talking of 'fantastically corrupt countries'

Tuesday 10 May 2016

Tuesday 10 May 2016

The Big Debate: Should we ban food?

The Big Debate: Should we ban food?

The Big Debate: Should we ban food?

Jon Holmes wants to know if we can stop eating?

Could you be accidentally breaking the law? Litigation expert claims we need better communication with our neighbours

Could you be accidentally breaking the law? Litigation expert claims we need better communication with our neighbours

Could you be accidentally breaking the law? Neighbours need better communication

Danielle Clements claims we need to be mindful of irritating our neighbours

Property expert Henry Pryor has backed possible plans to ban 'gazumping' and claims the great British public aren't knowledgeable enough to negotiate housing deals

Property expert Henry Pryor backs possible government plans to outlaw 'gazumping'

Property expert backs possible government plans to outlaw 'gazumping'

Henry Pryor believe adopting the Scottish system is the way forward

Chilcot Report: 'Tony Blair will NOT be branded a war criminal', says Andrew Gilligan

Chilcot Report: 'Tony Blair will NOT be branded a war criminal', says Andrew Gilligan

Chilcot Report: 'Tony Blair will NOT be branded a war criminal'

Leading journalist Andrew Gilligan says the published findings will not do what some people want

Monday 9 May 2016

Monday 9 May 2016

The Big Debate: Should we keep light?

The Big Debate: Should we keep light?

The Big Debate: Should we keep light?

Perhaps we don't need daytime any more

Help! Danger! Maths... call the FBI!

Help! Danger! Maths... call the FBI!

Help! Danger! Maths... call the FBI!

Would you delay a plane because the person sitting next to you was doing an equation?

New study into eco-friendly car emissions 'may be wrong', claims managing editor of Next Green Car

New study into eco-friendly car emissions 'may be wrong', claims managing editor of Next Green Car

New study into eco-friendly car emissions 'may be wrong', claims expert

Doctor Ben Lane disagrees with the results of recent research

'Probably the hardest thing I've ever done' - Tom Hiddleston on his new film 'I See The Light'

'Probably the hardest thing I've ever done' - Tom Hiddleston on his new film 'I Saw The Light'

'Probably the hardest thing I've ever done' - Tom Hiddleston on his new film

Learning to sing like Hank Williams was a challenge for the actor

Friday 6 May 2016

Friday 6 May 2016

It's busker time! One man, one guitar, one great opportunity

It's busker time! One man, one guitar, one great opportunity

It's busker time! One man, one guitar, one great opportunity

Tony Bowen is this week's studio performer

The Big Debate: Should we get rid of handles?

The Big Debate: Should we get rid of handles?

The Big Debate: Should we get rid of handles?

Jon Holmes asks the latest burning questions

Using self-defence against bullies could 'escalate the violence', claims martial arts expert Steve Jones

Using self-defence against bullies could 'escalate the violence', claims martial arts expert Steve Jones

Using self-defence against bullies could 'escalate violence', claims expert

Steve Jones on the dangers of fighting fire with fire

'I was very shy, and I still am' - Derren Brown on his career and the opening of his new ride at Thorpe Park

'I was very shy, and I still am' - Derren Brown on his career and the opening of his new ride at Thorpe Park

'I was very shy, and I still am' - Derren Brown on his career

The illusionist is set to launch a new ride at Thorpe Park and he reflects on why he got into magic in the first place

Thursday 5 May 2016

Thursday 5 May 2016

The Big Debate: Do we need holes?

The Big Debate: Do we need holes?

The Big Debate: Do we need holes?

Jon Holmes wonders if we could just fill them in

The Work Experience Gadget Review: Tastemates, Fitbit and tiny engines

The Work Experience Gadget Review: Tastemates, Fitbit and tiny engines

The Work Experience Gadget Review: Tastemates, Fitbit and tiny engines

Jon Holmes finds out about the latest gadgets from the work experience kid

'Constant texting could be construed as an indicator of being uncertain in a relationship' - etiquette expert Rosalinda Randall says we must spend time together

Addicted to your phone? 'Constant texting can cause problems in a relationship' talkRADIO told by etiquette expert

'Constant texting can cause relationship problems' says etiquette expert

Author claims constant communication in your relationship might not be best

'It is education and social policy, with over emphasis on Generation Snowflake: Students are too scared to voice an opinion, claims author Claire Fox afe-guarding' - author Claire Fox claims students are too fearful of challenging ideas

Generation Snowflake: Students are too scared to voice an opinion, claims author Claire Fox

Generation Snowflake: Author Fox says students are too scared to have an opinion

Her new book, 'I Find That Offensive', tackles the idea of people being afraid to challenge opposing views

Government refugee U-turn: David Cameron should NOT be criticised for reversing original decision

Government refugee U-turn: David Cameron should NOT be criticised for reversing original decision

Government refugee U-turn: David Cameron should NOT be criticised

Politics Home reporter John Ashmore says the decision proves the Prime Minister has listened

Wednesday 4 May 2016

Wednesday 4 May 2016

The Big Debate: Do we need paths?

The Big Debate: Do we need paths?

The Big Debate: Do we need paths?

Maybe walking through mud and grass would be more fun

Data sharing warning: 'People are going to start losing control of their information', claims expert

Data sharing warning: 'People are going to start losing control of their information', claims expert

Data sharing warning: 'People are going to lose control of their information'

Big Brother Watch research director Daniel Nesbitt outlines the dangers

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