By Amy Southall

Monday 30 May 2016

Monday 30 May 2016

Facebook, ear infections and learning to put on a bra: Before I Go To Sleep author S.J. Watson reveals his secrets

Facebook, ear infections and learning to put on a bra: Before I Go To Sleep author reveals his secrets

Facebook, ear infections and learning to put on a bra

Novelist S.J. Watson tells Penny Smith all about the challenges of being a man writing in a woman's voice

Why do we love superheroes so much? Behavioural Psychologist Jo Hemmings explains

Superheroes: Why do we love them? A behavioural psychologist explains…

Superheroes: Why do we love them? A behavioural psychologist explains…

TV shrink reveals why adults adore the comic-book characters

MP Bernard Jenkin claims calls for David Cameron to resign are just a 'distraction'

Brexit: Calls for 'profound liar' David Cameron to resign are just a distraction, says MP

Brexit: Calls for 'profound liar' Cameron to resign just a 'distraction'

Leaving the EU would not spell the end of the prime minister, insists Bernard Jenkin

Friday 27 May 2016

Friday 27 May 2016

WATCH: Jon Holmes invites busker Charlie Law to perform live on air

WATCH: Jon Holmes invites busker Charlie Law to perform live on air

WATCH: Jon Holmes invites busker Charlie Law to perform live on air

Another talented man and his guitar take to the airwaves

The Big Debate: Lips. What are they good for?

The Big Debate: Lips. What are they good for?

The Big Debate: Lips. What are they good for?

How many uses do we really have for the fleshy skin in front of our teeth?

Taxi to the moon? Jon Holmes finds out how to hail that cab

Taxi to the moon? Jon Holmes finds out how to hail that cab

Taxi to the moon? Jon Holmes finds out how to hail that cab

It could be an expensive fare, says Leicester taxi man Lance

Pension Crisis: Tata steel pension plan sets dangerous precedent, claims industry expert

Pension Crisis: Tata steel pension plan sets dangerous precedent, claims industry expert

Pension Crisis: Tata steel pension plan sets dangerous precedent

Investment firm says other employers will aim to cut pension benefits is the government allows scheme to go ahead

Junior doctors' dispute: BMA naive, but Jeremy Hunt 'fanned the flames'

Junior doctors' dispute: BMA naive, but Jeremy Hunt 'fanned the flames'

Junior doctors' dispute: BMA naive, but Jeremy Hunt 'fanned the flames'

Health Service Journal accuse health secretary of inflaming the situation

Thursday 26 May 2016

Thursday 26 May 2016

Michael Jackson, Johnny Depp and Amanda Holden, it's Jon Holmes' Showbiz News

Showbiz news with Jon Holmes: Michael Jackson, Johnny Depp and Amanda Holden

Showbiz news with Jon Holmes: Michael Jackson, Johnny Depp and Amanda Holden

Reece from talkSPORT brings us his take on the latest from the world of showbiz

The Big Debate: Are words essential?

The Big Debate: Are words any use in modern society?

The Big Debate: Are words any use in modern society?

Perhaps we could communicate with numbers instead

Duracell vs Energizer: Which battery behemoth owns the bunny branding rights?

Duracell vs Energizer: Which battery behemoth owns the bunny branding rights?

Duracell vs Energizer: Which battery behemoth owns the bunny branding rights?

Jon Holmes investigates who has the right to use a rabbit in their adverts

French fuel shortage: 'Motorists who are worried about these fuel shortages are making it worse', claims newspaper editor Oliver Gee

Driving to France for the holidays? Fill up before you leave the UK

Driving to France for the holidays? Fill up before you leave the UK

The English newspaper editor warns panic buying is increasing fuel shortages

Relationship expert warns work and technology is putting a strain on our relationships

Is online dating killing love?

Is online dating KILLING LOVE?

Couples expert Andy Jones warns that an addiction to online dating can ruin relationships

Legal highs: 'they're unfit for human consumption', claims David Raynes from the National Drug Prevention Alliance

Legal high ban: 'They're unfit for human consumption'

Legal high ban: 'They're unfit for human consumption'

The National Drug Prevention Alliance says more must be done to change the culture of drug-taking

Tuesday 24 May 2016

Tuesday 24 May 2016

'I think it's the wrong way to campaign', claims Steve Hilton on Zac Goldsmith's campaign

'It's the wrong way to campaign', says David Cameron's former strategy director about Tory approach

PM's former strategy director slams Tory's campaign bid

Steve Hilton explains why the Tory's bid for London mayor was poorly conceived

The Big Debate: Are there too many manners?

The Big Debate: Are there too many manners?

The Big Debate: Are there too many manners?

Please do kindly take a listen to 'The Big Debate', thank you

Travel writer Shafik Meghji says 'UK government has to err on the side of caution' on Tunisia travel warnings

Tourists to Tunisia remain a soft target for terrorists, claims industry insider

Tourists to Tunisia remain a soft target for terrorists, claims industry insider

Rough Guides writer Shafik Meghji urges against a relaxation of travel warnings to the North African country

Professor Karol Sikora says if you're unlucky the NHS can be 'comparable with a developing country'

Leading cancer expert compares some NHS treatment to that of a developing country

Cancer specialist says NHS care is 'comparable with a developing country'

Professor Karol Sikora says it's vital patients know how to get the best out of the system

'I could switch off all my social media accounts but then the trolls have won' - Autism campaigner Kevin Healey has been trolled for 5 years

'I won't let the trolls win': autism-rights campaigner has battled online abuse for five years

'I won't let the trolls win': autism campaigner battles five years of abuse

Kevin Healey says that Twitter refuse to protect him by verifying his account

Monday 23 May 2016

Monday 23 May 2016

The Big Debate: Should we keep fruit?

The Big Debate: Fruit. What's the point?

The Big Debate: Fruit. What's the point?

Five a day? Or is one orange simply one too many?

Fertility lawyer Natalie Gamble dismisses claims new surrogacy law plans puts parents before children

Leading fertility lawyer dismisses claims new surrogacy laws would not promote strong families

Leading fertility lawyer dismisses negative views on new surrogacy laws

Surrogacy specialist Natalie Gamble says new legislation will put children 'front and centre'

Fears over Turkey joining the EU are a 'classic Nigel Farage tactic', claims Damien Green MP

Brexit: Fears over Turkey joining the EU are a 'classic Nigel Farage scare tactic', claims MP Damian Green

Brexit: Turkey fears a 'classic Nigel Farage tactic', claims MP Damian Green

Concerns over high rate of Turkish immigration are just scaremongering, says minister of state for criminal justice

'I've been against the EU ever since it started', claims politician Neil Hamilton

Brexit: 'Remaining in Europe would be a calamity,' says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

Brexit: 'Remaining in Europe would be a calamity', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

The party's leader in the Welsh Assembly is adamant the United Kingdom needs to leave the EU

Friday 20 May 2016

Friday 20 May 2016

The Big Debate: Do we need smells?

The Big Debate: Do we need smells?

The Big Debate: Do we need smells?

Jon Holmes debates the most important issues

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