Sam Delaney drives you home Monday to Thursday with laughs, big interviews and topics that will get you talking.
Lee Scott, the former MP for Ilford North, spoke to Sam Delaney about the increased security measures MPs are implementing to protect their safety
The National Police Chiefs' Council has called for dating apps to take responibility for protecting their users' safety, after Stephen Port was found guilty of murder
Thomas Mair has been found guilty of murdering MP Jo Cox and jailed for life
The MP for Don Valley claimed she wasn't sure if showing passports to receive NHS treatment was the best idea
A video has been released showing people chanting "hail Trump" – with some making Hitler salutes at a conference in Washington
Tony Blair is getting ready to return to politics, according to The Sunday Times – does the Labour party need him?
A review into race and the criminal justice system ordered by David Cameron has suggested BME defendants are more likely to be jailed for some crimes than white defendants
The Social Mobility Commission has warned that many families on low incomes are being held back by a deep social mobility problem
A leaked memo about Brexit has suggested that the Government has no overall plan for leaving the European Union
Stephen Bannon, a former Breitbart executive, has been appointed as Donald Trump's chief strategist
Downing Street has been criticised for not using Nigel Farage to build links with Donald Trump
Our Drivetime presenter will be presenting his show live from the American capital during the presidential election
The High Court ruled earlier today that Theresa May cannot trigger Article 50 without the consent of Parliament, but the Government has announced a challenge
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has ordered an investigation into why there has been a £50 million increase in the cost of converting the London Stadium
Louis Smith has been suspended by British Gymnastics for appearing to mock Islam, however key Muslim cleric Ajmal Masroor believes the punishment is uncalled for
Shadow minister Sarah Champion has called for children as young as five to be educated about pornography and relationships
Lily Allen has voiced her opinions on the migrant crisis in an article published in Vice, which she has faced plenty of criticism for
A survey conducted by The Guardian has revealed four-fifths of staff in the survey have been bullied
GPs are being urged to let their patients know about the options available to them on the NHS to help them lose weight, to tackle the obesity crisis
Lamb was one of 41 MPs who signed a letter calling for the government to uphold Vote Leave's claim that £350 million more can be spent on the NHS each week
Fellow Islamic group The Salam Project questions the MCB's credibility on this issue
The exam board AQA have announced plans to scrap the archeology A-level, alongside history of art and classical civilisation, but many have signed a petition against it
MP Bernard Jenkin believes the government should not seek to reveal their plans for Brexit negotiations, and instead speed up the process, as there is no such thing as a soft Brexit
Michael Barnes advised students against taking so-called 'smart' drugs
Strictly Come Dancing voters have been accused of being racist after the only black contestants on the show were evicted
Fracking has been given the green light at at Cuadrilla's Preston New Road site at Little Plimpton, a decision which has prompted widespread criticism
Steven Woolfe is recovering in hospital after an altercation at a meeting of the party's MEPs earlier today
Jones said James, who stepped down yesterday after just 18 days in charge of Ukip, had no policies and didn't engage with colleagues
Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint, and jewellery worth several million dollars was taken from the TV star, she has since left France after the incident
Tebbit also praised Theresa May after she announced plans to trigger Article 50 by March 2017 and confirmed the repeal of the European Communities Act
The shadow energy secretary Barry Gardiner repeated his call for fracking to be banned, saying it throws up manifold environmental issues
Tim Lovett, of the Beekeeping Association, reveals more about the Asian hornets which have arrived in the UK and the risk they pose to British bees
Santiago Bell-Bradford rubbishes idea of split in party on final day of voting in Labour's leadership contest
A new study of slimmers has found those who used fitness trackers lost less weight than those who didn't.
Councillor Claudia Webbe says leadership challenge has enabled Corbyn to connect with the public and build support
Jones was speaking after new Ukip leader Diane James revealed her political heroes include Vladimir Putin, Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill
Journalist Steve Mercyzynski told talkRADIO people fear 'that those involved were trying to see the reaction'
Diego, a Galapagos giant tortoise, is believed to have saved his species from extinction
Journalist Polly Toynbee believes Theresa May's incompetence is creating opposition within Conservative party
Devon's role was axed in May, and she believes her criticism of the government's education policy was a key factor
Political commentator John Rentoul says it would be "undemocratic" to hold Cameron responsible, after the former Prime Minister announced his resignation as an MP
The UK is planning on building a wall in order to try and stop migrants from boarding lorries and travelling into Britain illegally from Calais
Ajmal Masroor also tells talkRADIO 'we're all in this together' after extremist preacher was jailed for championing Isis
"You're literally coming on national radio, misrepresenting the British education system"
Tony Blair's former advisor John McTernan says Labour leader should have just said sorry
Doctor David Whitehouse and journalist Angela Giuffrida provide more information on the quake in Italy
Labour leader claimed he was forced to sit on the floor on London to Newcastle service
Livingstone says that putting large amounts of power in the hands of a mayor is 'how dictators work'
Guardian journalist suggests the government is using sport to suggest everything is fine in the country, just like 'despicable regimes' of the past.
Shadow transport minister Andy McDonald tells talkRADIO that industrial action on the cross-channel service, along with walkouts at Southern Rail and the East Coast, are "absolutely critical" to the continued safety and security of services…
A hypothecated tax, with cash raised ring-fenced for the National Health Service, could be the answer to a chronic lack of funding in hospitals and healthcare, talkRADIO's Sam Delaney hears…
Supporters of the under-fire leader dismiss suggestions from the party's deputy-head that they "don't have the best interests of the party at heart" as the battle to control Labour heats up…
Tim Eaton, a Syria expert from the Royal Institute of International Affairs, tells talkRADIO that neither side is in the mood to take a backward step, as fighting intensifies in the besieged city…
The party's Leader in the Welsh Assembly has hit back at claims that the prospective leadership candidate was "stitched up" by UKIP's National Executive Committee, and slammed his plans to "take the democracy out of the party"…