Jon Holmes gets the latest news from diverse paper reviewers. Today there's some sad news about Hear'Say, about better news about Hertfordshire
Theresa May has invited her Cabinet to meet at Chequers today - and Jon Holmes thinks he knows what went down
Both men are famed for their conservative, outspoken views on a variety of issues. But just how similar are they?
'I thought maybe it'd answer the ISIS situation if we sent in the Chuckle Brothers' (Pablo)
Jon Holmes invites workie Aidan to give him the latest news in music
Today's Lonely Lunch Club was very, very weird
Police have launched an appeal for information on a rather odd robbery
Jon Holmes invites the work experience to review the latest TV
NHS England have announced they need to make cuts of £22billion
'If I don't like someone they stay out, but if they get in, it's my problem' (Darren)
Jon Holmes debated the necessity of string today.
Time for Jon Holmes' Diversity Paper Review
Work experience Roo explained the latest in tech, which includes edible food wrapping... apparently!
Our latest member is a masters student studying classics, with a focus on Greek tragedy
This might explain the fall in pass rates
Blimpy Boy, flying through the sky, so fancy free
Turns out Mike Parry likes those eastern European girls...
Our latest lonely luncher travelled to Germany to get away from life as a factory worker
Jon Holmes invited work experience Ellie on his show to give him the latest on hipster nonsense
'I could probably be persuaded to try bronze' (Iain)
The National Sheep Association are trying to block the release of wild lynx into the UK countryside, and Sam Delaney needs the facts.
Unfortunately talkRADIO's offbeat presenter couldn't find anyone from Virgin Trains, so complained to Virgin Radio instead
You don't want to miss this Big Debate, featuring a rather unorthodox explanation on the Battle of Trafalgar
Jenny Collier, a comedian at the festival, had been inducted into the 'lonely-what-lunch' club
talkRADIO's Jon Holmes looks at what Edinburgh can learn from Brazil in its closing ceremony for the Fringe festival
'I like to take my laptop to bed at night...to...watch...at night' (Simon)
This week a survey showed half of UK parents allow their children to drink alcohol at home. So Jon asked his own children whether he'd plied them with booze
The night tube is likely to be a loud, smelly, sweaty place, so we've created a handy gallery to ensure you are prepared. Don't say you weren't warned...
Jon Holmes asks the biggest question of the day, and this time it's about the stuff that comes out of octupi
Jon Holmes invites a student to open her results on air, but it doesn't go well
'Everything you've told us tonight has been a pack of lies' (Iain)
Labour leader's gaffe must call into question his suitability for high office after failing to recognise two of the country's national treasures
Jon Holmes learned all about boxes in today's episode of the Lonely Lunch Club