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Friday, September 22, 2017

Friday, September 22, 2017

Brexit speech: 'If Boris Johnson was true to his word he should have resigned'

Theresa May Brexit speech: 'If Boris Johnson was true to his word he should quit', says journalist after Florence address

Brexit speech: 'If Boris Johnson was true to his word he should quit'

Political journalist Adam Bienkov says Boris Johnson has welcomed a Brexit speech by Theresa May that goes against what he campaigned for

Friday, September 15, 2017

Friday, September 15, 2017

Parsons Green: 'Theresa May claimed police were crying wolf on cuts, but we need resources', says former officer

Parsons Green: 'Theresa May claimed police were crying wolf on cuts, but we need resources', says former officer

'Parsons Green attack shows police need sufficient resources'

Former officer Dal Babu says pressure needs to be put on companies providing encrypted messaging services that terrorists can use

Friday, August 11, 2017

Friday, August 11, 2017

'Terror threats were flagged up in the 90s but authorities didn't listen', says former Met police officer

'Terror threats were flagged up in the 90s but authorities didn't listen', says former Met officer

'Terror threats were flagged up in the 90s but authorities didn't listen'

Former Metropolitan police officer Chris Hobbs says the police need to get back in the community to regain trust

Friday, July 14, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017

'Labour members who abuse MPs should be thrown out of the party', says MP Harriet Harman

'Labour members who abuse MPs should be thrown out of the party', says MP Harriet Harman

'Labour members who abuse MPs should be thrown out of the party'

Former shadow deputy prime minister Harriet Harman has told of the abuse she's received in the past

Friday, June 30, 2017

Friday, June 30, 2017

Grenfell Tower: nearby resident says he lost his job due to the fire and the council has been 'absolutely rubbish'

Grenfell Tower: nearby resident says he lost his job due to the fire and the council has been 'absolutely rubbish'

Grenfell Tower: evacuated resident says he lost his job due to the fire

A man known as M claims many victims have been kicked out of hotels and have nowhere to stay

Friday, May 12, 2017

Friday, May 12, 2017

The NHS was hit by a major cyber-attack earlier today

NHS cyber attack: 'The Government musn't pay the ransom', says security specialist

'Government mustn't pay NHS cyber-attack ransom'

The NHS has come under a cyber attack and ransomware is asking for payment before computers are unlocked

Friday, May 5, 2017

Friday, May 5, 2017

'We mock Kim Jong-un because he brings it upon himself', says comedian Steve N Allen

'We mock Kim Jong-un because he brings it upon himself', says comedian Steve N Allen

'We mock Kim Jong-un because he brings it upon himself'

Comedian Steve Allen tells Yasmeen Khan that North Korea leader Kim Jong-un is mocked because he takes himself so seriously - despite being essentially ridiculous

Friday, April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

Ian Paterson's victim speaks out - 'I can still feel his hand squeezing on my shoulders as he told me lies'

Ian Paterson patient speaks out - 'I can still feel his hand squeezing on my shoulders as he told me lies'

Ian Paterson patient says 'I can still feel his hand squeezing my shoulders'

Nadia underwent five operations at Paterson's hand. Here she tells her story

Friday, March 24, 2017

Friday, March 24, 2017

Westminster attack: Asian presenter Yasmeen Khan says 'I always pray it's not a Muslim'

Westminster attack: Asian presenter Yasmeen Khan says 'I always pray it's not a Muslim'

Westminster attack: Yasmeen Khan says 'I always pray it's not a Muslim'

Our British Asian presenter delivered a passionate monologue about this week's atrocities on her talkRADIO show

Friday, January 27, 2017

Friday, January 27, 2017

'Children can pick up on parents who endorse gender stereotypes even at a very low level', says professor

Parents' stereotypes are reinforcing male dominance, says study author

Parents' stereotypes are reinforcing male dominance, says study author

Girls as young as six believe that brilliance is a male trait, according to a gender study by researchers at New York University

'Brexit is a big opportunity for Labour to talk to people and bring the country together', says former adviser

Labour's former joke-writer says Jeremy Corbyn is wrong on Brexit vote

Labour's former joke-writer says Jeremy Corbyn is wrong on Brexit vote

Two Labour whips, Jeff Smith and Thangam Debbonaire have said they will not vote in favour of triggering Article 50, despite Jeremy Corbyn telling his MPs they must vote in favour of the bill

Monday, January 23, 2017

Monday, January 23, 2017

'It's easy for online fraud victims to believe fraudsters after months of being led on', says online security advisor

'Online dating fraud is really easy - all you need is a fake profile picture'

'Online dating fraud is really easy - all you need is a fake profile picture'

Security advisor Scott McGready spoke to talkRADIO about a new report showing that online dating fraud victims handed over a total of £39 million last year

'Theresa May must tell Donald Trump that we don't accept his misogyny', says the Women's Equality Party

Theresa May must tell Donald Trump we don't accept his misogyny, says leader of Saturday's protest march

'Theresa May must tell Donald Trump that we don't accept his misogyny'

Sophie Walker, head of the Women's Equality Party, says Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn should have backed the demonstration

Friday, December 9, 2016

Friday, December 9, 2016

'Numbers of those who self-harm will be much higher than figures show', says volunteer organisation Harmless

'Numbers of those who self-harm will be much higher than figures show', says volunteer organisation Harmless

'Numbers of those who self-harm will be much higher than figures show'

The NSPCC says nearly 19,000 children were admitted to hospital last year as a result of self-harming – a 14% rise over the last three years

Friday, December 2, 2016

Friday, December 2, 2016

'Sarah Olney needs to learn to do her research before interviews', says political editor

'Sarah Olney must learn to do her research to avoid repeat of talkRADIO farce', says political editor

'Sarah Olney needs to learn to do her research before interviews'

Sarah Olney has won the by-election in Richmond Park, but in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer, her PR team dragged her away

'We need to speak to local communities to help different cultures integrate in Britain', says MP Khalid Mahmood

Muslim Policy Exchange report: 'We must help different cultures integrate in Britain', says MP Khalid Mahmood

'We need to speak to local communities to help different cultures integrate'

A survey which included more than 3,000 Muslims has shown that they broadly share the views of the wider population and want to 'fully integrate'

'New anti-hate campaign should make people aware of how it feels to be a victim', says Polish Cultural Institute

'Post-Brexit campaign against hate crime should make people see how it feels to be a victim'

'New anti-hate campaign should make people aware of how it feels to be a victim'

A national anti-hate crime campaign launched yesterday, in a response to a rise in reported incidents after the Brexit referendum

'I'm gobsmacked at the attention I'm receiving', Joe Bartley tells Yasmeen Khan

'I'm gobsmacked at the attention I'm receiving', Joe Bartley tells Yasmeen Khan

'I'm gobsmacked at the attention i'm receiving', Joe Bartley tells Yasmeen Khan

The pensioner has acquired a job after making an impassioned plea in a newspaper ad

Friday, November 4, 2016

Friday, November 4, 2016

'It was normal at the time for the Catholic church to give up babies for adoption', says Theos Think Tank

'It was normal at the time for the Catholic Church to give up babies for adoption', says Theos Think Tank

'It was normal for the Catholic Church to give up babies for adoption'

The Head of THE Catholic church in England and Wales has apologised for the lack of sensitivity around the adoption of children born to unmarried mothers in the 1950s-70s

Friday, October 28, 2016

Friday, October 28, 2016

'Brexit is not the cause of price rises, it's currency exchange', says retail analyst

'Brexit is not the cause of price rises - it's just normal currency fluctuations', says retail analyst

'Brexit isn't the cause of price rises - it's just normal currency fluctuations'

Both new and existing models of Apple Mac have significantly risen in price

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Yasmeen Khan wins Radio Presenter of the Year at the 2016 Asian Media Awards

Yasmeen Khan wins Radio Presenter of the Year at the 2016 Asian Media Awards

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Friday, October 7, 2016

Friday, October 7, 2016

'There should be more regulation for the naturopath and herbalist industry', says natural health consultant

Naturopath says his industry needs better regulation after autistic boy hospitalised

Naturopath says industry needs better regulation after autistic boy hospitalised

Lloyd Gee was speaking after a four-year-old autistic boy was left severely ill following 12 different complementary therapies

Friday, September 30, 2016

Friday, September 30, 2016

Emily Blunt on travelling, Mary Poppins and The Girl on the Train

Actress Emily Blunt on travelling, Mary Poppins and The Girl on the Train

Actress Emily Blunt on travelling, Mary Poppins and The Girl on the Train

Yasmeen Khan was joined by Emily Blunt who revealed more about upcoming film The Girl on the Train

Monday, September 26, 2016

Monday, September 26, 2016

Author Michael Morpurgo on grammar schools, literature and education

Author Michael Morpurgo on grammar schools, literature and education

Author Michael Morpurgo on grammar schools, literature and education

Children's author Michael Morpurgo joined Yasmeen Khan

Friday, September 16, 2016

Friday, September 16, 2016

'Farage's legacy is one of amateurism combined with a lack of democracy internally in the party', says Ukip founder

Ukip founder Alan Sked savages 'amateur' Nigel Farage for taking Ukip 'to the far right'

Ukip founder savages 'amateur' Nigel Farage for taking Ukip 'to the far right'

The founder of Ukip said the party should be dissolved now it has achieved its core objective

Friday, August 5, 2016

Friday, August 5, 2016

Olympics sponsors: 'The obsession with calories has camouflaged the good work companies have done', says marketing expert

Olympics sponsors: "Obsession with calories camouflages the good work companies have done", says marketing expert

Olympic sponsors: "Calorie obsession camouflages companies' good work"

Firms such as Coca-Cola, McDonald's and Kellogg's have come under fire for their sponsorship of the Olympic Games. Marketing expert Andy Sutherden tells talkRADIO that we should be careful what we wish for…

Monday, August 1, 2016

Monday, August 1, 2016

'It might not change their world but it might make them feel better' - The man who cuts hair for the homeless

'It might not change their world but it might make them feel better' - The man who cuts hair for the homeless

Meet the man who cuts hair for the homeless

Joshua Coombes uses his spare time to #DoSomethingForNothing

Friday, July 29, 2016

Friday, July 29, 2016

Maternity clinic for victims of rape: 'For the first time since the attack they've lost control of their body again', says My Body Back project

Specialist maternity clinic opens for victims of rape

Specialist maternity clinic opens for victims of rape

The service, at Barts Health NHS Trust in East London, has a range of extra antenatal support, specially trained midwives, psychologists and paediatricians…

A trade body has insisted it's important to "keep the problem in perspective" after figures showing more than 440 people have been held on suspicion of being drunk in an airport or on an aeroplane in the last two years prompted a government review on the way alcohol is served at airports.

Plea for "perspective" as government looks to crack down on airport boozing

Plea for "perspective" as government looks to crack down on airport boozing

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers has said that, despite more than 440 cautions, "more evidence is needed" before the government changes the rules on alcohol sales at airports…

Friday, July 15, 2016

Friday, July 15, 2016

Nice Attack: 'The whole city is absolutely shell-shocked', says journalist Jon Bryant

Nice Attack: 'The whole city is absolutely shell-shocked', says journalist Jon Bryant

Nice Attack: 'The whole city is absolutely shell-shocked', says journalist

Freelance journalist Jon Bryant describes the scenes the day after the atrocity

Friday, July 8, 2016

Friday, July 8, 2016

'It's probably not a priority' - Why we won't pay for privacy

'It's probably not a priority' - Why we won't pay for privacy

'It's probably not a priority' - Why we won't pay for privacy

Technology editor James Cook on why we don't seem to mind much about privacy on our phones

Friday, July 1, 2016

Friday, July 1, 2016

The rise in hate crimes is 'merely the tip of the iceberg', says Councillor Claudia Webbe

The rise in hate crimes is 'merely the tip of the iceberg', claims Councillor Claudia Webbe

The rise in hate crimes is 'merely the tip of the iceberg', claims Claudia Webbe

The Islington Councillor believes recent political campaigns have cause the rise

Friday, June 24, 2016

Friday, June 24, 2016

'You've got to bear in mind how other EU countries are going to respond to Brexit', says journalist Alasdair Sandford

'Bear in mind how other EU countries are going to respond to Brexit,' says Alasdair Sandford

'You've got to bear in mind how EU countries are going to respond to Brexit'

Sandford claims immigration control works both ways

'NHS problems haven't gone away because of Brexit,' says former NHS trust chairman

'NHS problems haven't gone away because of Brexit,' says former NHS Trust chairman

'NHS problems haven't gone away because of Brexit,' says former NHS chairman

Roy Lilley says there's too much uncertainty to know what will happen with the NHS

Dawn Butler and Ayesha Hazarika MBE talk about the momentous EU referendum results

Dawn Butler MP and Ayesha Hazarika MBE talk about the momentous EU referendum results

Dawn Butler MP and Ayesha Hazarika MBE talk about the EU referendum results

The duo joined Yasmeen Khan in the wake of the vote which will see the UK leave the EU

Friday, June 10, 2016

Friday, June 10, 2016

'We are re-growing the entire immune system', Doctor Mark Freedman explains new treatment for multiple sclerosis

Immune system 'reboot' could help halt progress of Multiple Sclerosis

Immune system 'reboot' could help halt progress of Multiple Sclerosis

A Canadian study has discovered a route to minimising the impact of the neurological disease

Friday, June 3, 2016

Friday, June 3, 2016

Online dating can add 'an extra layer of security' if you use it to your advantage, claims  Tony Neate from Get Safe Online

Katie Locke murder: Online dating can add 'an extra layer of security', says Tony Neate from Get Safe Online

Katie Locke murder: Online dating can add 'an extra layer of security'

Tony Neate, CEO of Get Safe Online, says sensible precautions are essential

Friday, April 22, 2016

Friday, April 22, 2016

Sir Ian McKellen: ‘If you can do Shakespeare, you’re a proper actor’

Sir Ian McKellen: ‘If you can do Shakespeare, you’re a proper actor’

Sir Ian McKellen: ‘If you can do Shakespeare, you’re a proper actor’

The legendary British actor gave glowing reviews of the famous playwright to Yasmeen Khan