Former editor of The Sun Kelvin MacKenzie hopes that George Osborne quits his job as the editor of the London Standard within three months
Chairman of Labour Leave John Mills has said we'll be happy about leaving the European Union if it breaks up
James wasn't too happy about what Kim said about him this morning...
Celebrity Big Brother contestant Kim Woodburn joined Paul Ross this morning to reveal more about her time on the show and criticised James Whale for his comments towards her
Some politicians held their ground on the show, while another opened up...
Jonathan Bartley shared the story from when he was 17-years-old on talkRADIO's The James Whale Show...
James Whale has criticised prison officers for presiding over 'out of control' jails, but the Prison Officers Association has hit back at this
On Friday Labour MP Anna Turley will bring forward a bill in Parliament, demanding tougher sentences on animal cruelty
James has something to say about penalties for people who are cruel to animals...
James Whale decided it was time he started his own version of Blind Date to find his co-presenter Ash a partner, however it didn't all quite go to plan
The Labour MP and shadow home secretary has been accused of cowardice from fellow MPs after she missed the Article 50 vote on Wednesday due to illness
Sir Andrew Wood, former British ambassador to Russia and now associate fellow at Chatham House, spoke to James Whale about the President's move to remove Russian sanctions
Geraint Davies believes people should be able to vote to stay in the EU if they don't like the package agreed with the EU
Thousands of men who were convicted of now-absolved laws have been pardoned posthumously
Our host spoke to barrister Harini Iyenger following the publication of the Commons report which found that equality laws on dress codes weren't being enforced
Iain Lee had a chat with a caller on his show, and they both agreed that James Whale's show is slightly stuck in the past
Slowing traffic on the M1 to stop pollution? Not worth the effort says James...
James talks to the parents of Dean Saunders, who committed suicide in prison...
A dossier which included allegations against Donald Trump has been published online, however no one has confirmed any truth in the claims and Trump has dismissed the allegations
JT Williamson, host of The JT Show on SuperTalk Mississippi, says that the American people are fed up with political correctness...
David Blanchflower blasted the plan to cap the earnings of Britain's top workers
Steve Hedley and our host majorly clashed in the aftermath of yesterday's (Monday) strike on the London Underground
Robinson responds to Lily Allen and says racism is used to shut down uncomfortable arguments
Geddes spoke to James Whale and Ash Gould following terror tsar David Anderson's warning UK ports are wide open to IS fighters
James talks to ex-leader of the English Defence League Tommy Robinson on whether Britain is getting more racist...
The UK's ambassador to the EU Sir Ivan Rogers has resigned, so a successor can be in place before Brexit negotiations begin
The representative for Newport West backed McCluskey's original words about the Labour leader's election polls
A government-Commissioned review has concluded that child offenders should be given life-long anonymity
Even though Corbyn continues to receive criticism he has huge support among the wider population, says veteran Labour member
Warwick Davis says Carrie Fisher was 'such a brilliant, funny woman.'
Farage told James Whale he wants to drive home Brexit and sure people got what they voted for
Abraham says charities are opposing ban on third-party dog vendors
The prison system has come under scrutiny after prisoners took control of HMP Swaleside and HMP Birmingham
Steve Hedley was speaking to talkRADIO after news of fresh strikes on the London underground
James Whale has a Christmas message for all talkRADIO listeners
Alexander Blackman, known as Marine A, is currently serving a life sentence for murdering an injured Afghan fighter and has not been granted bail
An image of the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey of Clifton, has been removed from the 'wall of fame' at King's College London after students claimed they were concerned over his views on gay marriage