By Gareth Platt

Tuesday 14 February 2017

Tuesday 14 February 2017

RT talked about Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in a full and frank interview

Russia Today hits back: People who accuse us of fake news are damaging journalism

Russia Today: People who accuse us of fake news are damaging journalism

talkRADIO spoke to RT's communications director Anna Belkina, and invited her to respond to the allegations levelled at RT over recent months.

Paul Nuttall has admitted he didn't lose close friends at Hillsborough

Paul Nuttall branded 'a disgrace' by Hillsborough campaigners after admitting he didn't lose close friends in disaster

Paul Nuttall branded 'a disgrace' by Hillsborough campaigners

Nuttall had claimed to have lost close friends in the 1989 tragedy but has now rowed back from the claim

Paul Nuttall admits Hillsborough 'close friends' claim false

Paul Nuttall admits Hillsborough 'close friends' claim false

Paul Nuttall admits Hillsborough claim false

Nuttall had previously said he lost close friends on the day of the disaster, but now admits this isn't the case

The Government plans to open new grammar schools from 2020

Julia tears into MP Neil Carmichael for opposing grammar schools - while sending his children to one

Julia tears into MP who opposes grammar schools - while sending his kids to one

Neil Carmichael, chair of the education select committee, opposes the Government's plan to increase grammar schools despite putting all three of his kids through the selective system

Thursday 9 February 2017

Thursday 9 February 2017

The Kop at Anfield was among the terraced areas demolished to facilitate all-seater stadia

Government 'unconvinced' by Premier League safe standing proposals

Government 'unconvinced' by football standing proposals

Fans who wish to return to terraces dealt blow

The bill to trigger the Brexit negotiations has passed the House of Commons, despite Remainers' best efforts

Brexit: The House of Lords has defied the Government 16 times this year - will it do so again?

The Lords has defied the Government 16 times this year. Will it do so again?

Now the bill to trigger Article 50 has passed the Commons, atttention is now turning to the upper chamber. But will it really defy Theresa May?

Four Rochdale sex gang members face deportation to Pakistan after appeal fails

Four Rochdale sex gang members face deportation to Pakistan after appeal fails

Men have been stripped of British citizenship as first step to deportation

Wednesday 8 February 2017

Wednesday 8 February 2017

Iain did his best Freddie Mercury impression live on air

Iain Lee does a Freddie Mercury impression as he discusses his musical heroes

Iain Lee does a Freddie Mercury impression as he discusses his music heroes

Iain talks about the artists who inspired him most, and there's a clear winner

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson found dead at London flat

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson found dead at London flat

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson found dead at London flat

Socialite and 'It Girl' had been diagnosed with brain tumour

Iain's caller sang about Tinder as he discussed 50 Shades of Grey

Iain Lee says he loves 50 Shades of Grey and is intrigued by Tinder

Iain Lee says he loves 50 Shades of Grey (but claims he's never used Tinder)

Caller Bill sang about his Tinder conquests as Iain made some rather interesting revelations

Huge areas have been left decimated by the Syria civil war

Assad torturers even more barbaric than Isis jihadists, says former Nato commander

Assad troops even more barbaric than Isis jihadists, says former Nato commander

Hamish de Bretton-Gordon tells Julia Hartley-Brewer Donald Trump could key to unlocking Syria crisis

Jeremy Corbyn resignation claims dismissed by political editor

Jeremy Corbyn resignation claims dismissed by political editor

But David Wooding suggests Jeremy Corbyn faces huge problems ahead of tonight's final vote on Article 50

Tuesday 7 February 2017

Tuesday 7 February 2017

Jon pounced just after the 1pm news

Jon Holmes decides to tape Victoria Bourne to a chair

Jon Holmes decides to tape Victoria Bourne to a chair

Jon is never averse to a prank, as he showed by tying up his star newsreader shortly after the 1pm bulletin

Monday 6 February 2017

Monday 6 February 2017

Kellyanne Conway had mentioned Bowling Green Massacre before MSNBC debacle

Kellyanne Conway had mentioned Bowling Green Massacre before MSNBC debacle

Kellyanne Conway had mentioned Bowling Green Massacre before MSNBC debacle

Conway used the same phrase in an interview with Cosmopolitan

The fire department said the various 'nooks and crannies' of the sauna made it hard to reach victims

Gay sauna fire leaves three dead in Berlin

Gay sauna fire leaves three dead in Berlin

One person also seriously injured after fire at Steam Works sauna

Isis left the bodies as a grim reminder to others who try to flee

Isis massacres 12 young people as they flee Mosul

Isis massacres 12 young people as they flee Mosul

Bodies left in street as grim warning to 'anyone else who tries to escape'

Catalan separatists stage huge protest in Barcelona as independence figurehead goes on trial

Catalan separatists stage huge protest as independence figurehead goes on trial

Artur Mas and his advisors are accused of disobedience for organising symbolic independence referendum in 2014

Friday 3 February 2017

Friday 3 February 2017

Victoria Bourne and Alex Dibble went behind the story that's gripped the nation

Vegetable crisis: Victoria Bourne and Alex Dibble investigate the shocking story for Jon Holmes

Vegetable crisis: Victoria Bourne and Alex Dibble investigate the shocking story

There's a vegetable crisis sweeping the nation, so Jon sent not one, but two people to cover it

Iain said he was sick of James's bullying

Iain Lee says he's sick of James Whale teasing him

Iain Lee says he's sick of James Whale teasing him

Iain's fans think he's getting a rough ride from James. And the man himself agrees

Iain Lee caller doesn't seem to know the difference between a phone and a radio

Iain Lee caller doesn't seem to know the difference between a phone and a radio

Tom's phone sounds 'like R2D2 having a fit', much to Iain's frustration

Donald Trump ramps up Arnold Schwarzenegger feud: 'as a governor he was bad, on Apprentice he was worse'

Donald Trump ramps up Arnold Schwarzenegger feud with Apprentice barb

Pair have been engaged in a tit-for-tat feud in the media this week

Theresa May has struck a conciliatory tone in her discussion of migrants' post-Brexit right

Brexit: Theresa May told 'don't harm our people' by Spanish Prime Minister

Theresa May told 'don't harm our people' by Spanish Prime Minister

Mariano Rajoy tells May Brexit must be quick and constructive

Thursday 2 February 2017

Thursday 2 February 2017

A Southern Rail employee stands at the entrance to a sealed-off platform during a recent strike

Southern Rail deal: RMT says it has no knowledge of any agreement

Southern Rail deal: RMT says it has no knowledge of any agreement

RMT spokesman asks 'what deal?' when asked to comment on the agreement by talkRADIO

Labour Brexit rebel Owen Smith on voting against Article 50: 'I'm Churchillian'

Labour Brexit rebel Owen Smith on voting against Article 50: 'I'm Churchillian'

Smith said he believes he acted in the interests of his party and his constituents

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