Jonny Gould

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Evening show presenter Jonny Gould has given UKIP's national executive committee (NEC) both barrels following the news that the party have denied red-hot leadership favourite Steven Woolfe the chance to stand for election

"Mavericks, nutters… they've shot themselves in the foot" - Jonny Gould needs to talk about UKIP

"Mavericks, nutters… they've shot themselves in the foot" - Jonny Gould on UKIP

talkRADIO's evening show host gets on his soapbox to berate the party leadership as UKIP look set to melt down in the wake of the leadership debacle…

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

People in rental properties trying to save a deposit to buy their first home are "praying for a house-price crash", financial expert Melinda Bush has told talkRADIO

Savers "praying for a house-price crash", says financial expert

Savers "praying for a house-price crash", says financial expert

Following news that home-ownership in Britain has reached its lowest level for 30 years, one expert has offered some suggestions on how to get the market moving again…

The chairman of advertising firm Saatchi & Saatchi, Kevin Roberts, has hit the headlines this week after being suspended from work for comments suggesting that the debate on gender equality is "all over" and that he does not think a lack of women in leadership roles "is a problem"

Saatchi & Saatchi sexism row: Is equality "tiring and unfair" or a "business imperative"?

Saatchi & Saatchi sexism row: Is equality "unfair" or a "business imperative"?

talkRADIO presenters Jonny Gould and Ash go toe-to-toe with author Lisen Stromberg as they discuss controversial comments made by the advertising company's chairman this week…

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Actress Nia Vardalos on My Big Fat Greek Wedding, it's sequel, and her rapid rise to fame

My Big Fat Greek Wedding actress Nia Vardalos on movie success, her rapid rise to fame…and spooning!

My Big Fat Greek Wedding star on success, dealing with fame…and spooning!

Actress Nia Vardalos spoke to Ash Gould about the hit movie, being in the spotlight and her love of curling up and relaxing at her Los Angeles home…

'The will and the passion of the people' will ensure the Olympic stadium is ready, says creative director

Rio will be ready and will put on an "enjoyable and passionate Games", an international event expert tells talkRADIO

Rio will be ready and will put on an "enjoyable and passionate Games"

International event management specialist Richard Dodgson says teething troubles are par for the course at major events, and the "will and passion of the people" will ensure the Olympics will go ahead as planned…

Friday, July 29, 2016

Friday, July 29, 2016

'The security services are good at what they do' - Ex-Metropolitan Police officer insists UK is safe despite terrorism threat

Terror threat: 'One lapse of concentration will be punished', says former UK cop

'One lapse of concentration will be punished by terrorists', says former UK cop

Ex-Metropolitan Police officer Chris Hobbs tells talkRADIO that the UK security forces "are good at what they do" and will continue to "put as many hurdles as possible" in the way of extremists…

'We could easily get negative interest rates in the next 12 months', says financial expert

As banks threaten negative interest rates, it's YOUR job to save the economy, says money expert

As banks threaten negative interest rates, it's YOUR job to save the economy

In the wake of further job losses and branch closures by Lloyds Bank, financial expert Jasmine Birtles says the public need to get out and spend to stop the country's finances juddering to a halt…

Celebrity Big Brother 2016: talkRADIO presenter Ash Gould worked closely with CBB house-mate James Whale for many years and discusses his prospects, along with this year's 14 other contestants…

Celebrity Big Brother 2016: House-mate James Whale is 'loud and obnoxious, but people will get to like him'

Celebrity Big Brother 2016: 'He's loud and obnoxious. People'll get to like him'

talkRADIO presenter Ash Gould worked closely with CBB house-mate James Whale for many years and discusses his prospects, along with this year's 14 other contestants…

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Labour MP Jenny Chapman has said party leadership candidate Owen Smith should have been mindful of the "toxic atmosphere around politics … and used better words" in his pitch to head the party.

Owen Smith 'should have used better words' in attack on PM Theresa May

Owen Smith 'should have used better words' in attack on PM Theresa May

Labour MP Jenny Chapman says that the leadership campaigner was wrong to refer to "smashing the Prime Minister back on her heels"…

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Sophia Duckor-Jones on her experience with child refugees in Greece

Living with the refugees: 'We're not sharing a burden, we're sharing a responsibility'

Living with the refugees: 'We're sharing a responsibility, not a burden'

Freelance journalist Sophia Ducker-Jones tells talkRADIO listeners about her experiences living with people fleeing war and persecution at the Ritsona refugee camp in Greece…

Lord Alf Dubs on the plight of child refugees after House of Lords report

Former child refugee Lord Dubs says Britain must to do more to help migrant children

Former child refugee Lord Dubs: Britain must to do more to help migrant children

Evacuated from Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II, Lord Dubs says the House of Commons report condemning Britain's lack of help in migrant crisis "confirms all our worst fears"

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

BHS collapse: 'It does leave a sour taste', says entrepreneur Mo Chaudry

BHS collapse: Philip Green 'may well have to compensate for what he has done' says leading British entrepreneur

BHS collapse: Philip Green 'may well have to compensate for what he has done'

Entrepreneur Mo Chaudry says the former owner of BHS should face repercussions, after the company he sold in 2015 went bust within months

Friday, July 22, 2016

Friday, July 22, 2016

Labour's reselection battle will 'go down like a cup of cold sick', says political reporter Alex Wickham

Labour's reselection battle will 'go down like a cup of cold sick', says political commentator

Labour's reselection battle will 'go down like a cup of cold sick'

Jeremy Corbyn yesterday launched his campaign to retain the Labour Party leadership, but journalist Alex Wickham says the incumbent's approach is unlikely to win him many friends among sitting MPs

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Warm showers, cold flannels and keeping your sheets in the freezer: talkRADIO's guide to summer sleep

Warm showers, cold flannels and keeping your sheets in the freezer: talkRADIO's guide to summer sleep

Summer sleep: Warm showers, cold flannels and keeping your sheets in the freezer

Sleep expert Sammy Margo tells Jonny Gould and Ash how stay cool and snooze in a heatwave

Filmmaking, James Brown and celebrity league tables! Presenter Dougie Anderson joins Jonny Gould and Ash

Filmmaking, the Godfather of Soul and choosing between Clooney, Depp and Zellweger! Presenter Dougie Anderson joins Jonny Gould and Ash

Filmmaking, James Brown and choosing between Clooney, Depp and Zellweger!

Broadcaster Dougie Anderson discusses his new book and reveals the secrets behind his own celebrity league table

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

American broadcaster Abdul-Hakim Shabazz says the controversy surrounding Melania Trump, the wife of the Republican candidate, could deal a blow to his campaign

US Election: Plagiarised speech 'took the Trump people off-message'

US Election: Plagiarised speech 'took the Trump people off-message'

American broadcaster Abdul Hakim-Shabazz says the controversy surrounding the wife of the Republican candidate could have dealt a blow to his campaign

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Turkey: political economist discusses attempted coup and president Erdoğan's upcoming challenges

Turkish Coup: 'It'll be brutal. The aim was to kill Erdoğan and end his regime', says political economist

Turkish Coup: 'It'll be brutal. The aim was to kill Erdoğan and end his regime'

Political economist Mehmet Erman Erol explains the challenges facing the country's president after facing down attempted uprising

The intelligence of...ducks? Researcher tells Jonny and Ash about how they're more canny than meets the eye

Ducks: bird-brains or abstract geniuses? Researcher tells Jonny and Ash how the pond-dwellers are more canny than meets the eye

Ducks: bird-brains or abstract geniuses?

The pond-dwellers we feed in the park might be smarter than you think

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Hardeep Singh Kohli on the Homeless World Cup

Hardeep Singh Kohli on the Homeless World Cup

Hardeep Singh Kohli on the Homeless World Cup

The comedian and talkRADIO presenter told Jonny Gould and Ash about the social movement.

'I backed her from the start' - Baroness Michelle Mone on Theresa May

'I backed her from the start' - Baroness Michelle Mone on Theresa May

'I backed her from the start' - Baroness Michelle Mone on Theresa May

The Baroness of Mayfair told Jonny and Ash why she's always been a supporter of the new Prime Minister

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Scott Travers, author of The Coin Collector's Survival Manual, explains how Brexit has impacted the price of gold

Financial expert explains rising gold prices after Brexit vote

Financial expert explains rising gold prices after Brexit vote

Scott Travers, author of The Coin Collector's Survival Manual, explains how Brexit has impacted the price of gold

Chilcot: 'We've got to have forward thinking, forward planning, visionary people', says bomb disposal operator

Chilcot: 'military needs forward planning, visionary people', says bomb disposal operator

Chilcot: 'military needs forward planning, visionary people', says bomb expert

Chris Hunter who fought in the Iraq war gives his view on the Chilcot Report

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Conservative leadership race: 'It will be very interesting to see how that plays out', says political editor Caroline Wheeler

Conservatives: 'May will do politics differently to Cameron', says political editor Caroline Wheeler

Conservative leadership: 'It will be interesting to see how that plays out'

The political editor explains her views on the candidates

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Robert Massey, the director of the Royal Astronomical Society, has praised the mission to launch a space probe on a mission to study Jupiter, calling it 'an extraordinary achievement'.

'An extraordinary achievement' - Royal Astronomical Society director praises Juno space probe

Royal Astronomical Society Director praises Juno space probe

Robert Massey called it 'an extraordinary achievement'

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

'Our everyday diet and lifestyle choices are making our brains foggier than ever', says author Dr. Mike Dow

'Our diet and lifestyle choices are making our brains foggier than ever', says Dr. Mike Dow

'Our brains are foggier than ever', says Dr. Mike Dow

The author of The Brain Fog Fix explains how he believes you can reduce forgetfulness

'You have to be charming to be an astronaut,' says editor of the New Scientist

'You have to be charming to be an astronaut,' says editor of the New Scientist

'You have to be charming to be an astronaut,' says editor of the New Scientist

Tim Peake has returned back to earth after spending six months in space

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

'Bernard Kenny should be considered for something', says Royal Society of St. George on the man who tried to help Jo Cox

'He should be considered for medal', says Royal Society of St. George on man who tried to help Jo Cox

'Bernard Kenny should be considered for medal', says Robert Peedle

The chairman of The Royal Society of St. George believes Bernard Kenny, who intervened in the attack of Jo Cox, should be honoured

Former advisor Alexander Nekrassov has played down reports of hostility between the United States of America and Russia.

'There was some sort of misunderstanding': Former Kremlin advisor plays down US-Russian jet confrontation

Former Kremlin advisor plays down US and Russian fighter jet confrontation

Alexander Nekrassov insisted 'there was some sort of misunderstanding'

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Jo Cox: "I really hope all of those haters will pause and reflect on this tonight," says Stephen Kinnock MP

Jo Cox: "I really hope haters will pause and reflect," says Stephen Kinnock MP

Jo Cox: "I really hope haters will pause and reflect," says Stephen Kinnock MP

The MP for Port Talbot was a personal friend of Jo Cox, who was shot and killed today in West Yorkshire

"Rely on the god who does express goodness and love" - Reverend tells of healing after Jo Cox's death

Reverend on Jo Cox: 'This lovely, bubbly lady has been cut down in her prime'

Reverend on Jo Cox: 'This lovely, bubbly lady has been cut down in her prime'

Rev. Paul Knight called for stronger belief in the goodness in people's hearts in the wake of the shooting

'Very strong, very spirited woman' - Stephen Pound MP pays tribute to Jo Cox

'A very strong, very spirited woman' - Stephen Pound MP pays tribute to Jo Cox

'A very strong, very spirited woman' - Stephen Pound MP pays tribute to Jo Cox

The MP for Batley and Spen was killed in an attack in West Yorkshire today

'He tried to take control and it wasn't working', says businesswoman Kate Hardcastle on Sir Philip Green

'He tried to take control and it wasn't working', says Kate Hardcastle about Sir Philip Green

BHS: 'He tried to take control and it wasn't working', says Kate Hardcastle

Sir Philip Green appeared in front of a Parliamentary committee on Wednesday

'Coffee protects against cancer in some cases', says Doctor Allinson after WHO report

'Coffee protects against cancer in some cases', says Doctor Allinson after WHO report

'Coffee protects against cancer in some cases', says Doctor Allinson

A new report by the World Health Organisation claims coffee can reduce the risk of some cancers

'Stolen avocados could be dangerous to eat', as avocado crime is on the rise

'Stolen avocados could be dangerous', warning in wake of fruit crimewave

'Stolen avocados could be dangerous', warning in wake of fruit crimewave

Newstalk ZB's Natasha Jojoa-Burling warns of the dangers of eating stolen avocados...

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Presenter Martin Roberts says John Whittingdale should 'naff off' over Homes Under the Hammer criticism

John Whittingdale should 'naff off' over Homes Under the Hammer criticism, says Martin Roberts

Presenter Martin Roberts says John Whittingdale should 'naff off'

The talkRADIO host explains how he believes the show is still relevant

'You can be clinically obese, yet malnourished', nutritionist warns of the importance of eating valuable nutrients

'You can be clinically obese and malnourished', warns top nutritionist

'You can be obese and malnourished', warns top nutritionist

Shona Wilkinson warns choice of food, busy lifestyles and lack of soil nutrients are affecting our health

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Natasha Devon MBE on the 'Beach Body Ready' Tube advert and Sadiq Khan's ban

Natasha Devon says Sadiq Khan was right to ban 'Beach-Body Ready' tube ad

London mayor was right to ban 'Beach Body' ad on tube, says Devon

The writer was supportive of the London Mayor's vow to stop body shaming adverts on the London Underground

'Apple are losing the battle for new customers', says technology expert

'Apple are losing the battle for new customers', says technology expert

'Apple are losing the battle for new customers', says technology expert

The tech giant is making announcements at the Worldwide Developers Conference

Friday, June 10, 2016

Friday, June 10, 2016

Look Fabulous Forever vlogger Tricia Cusden on her business and social media success

Internet sensation Tricia Cusden on how women can Look Fabulous Forever

Internet sensation Tricia Cusden on how women can Look Fabulous Forever

'I was fed up with the way the beauty industry ignored me as a 65-year-old woman,' says online businesswoman

Euthanasia: 'Sooner or later politicians will have to listen', says Dignity in Dying campaigner

Euthanasia: 'Sooner or later politicians will have to listen', says Dignity in Dying campaigner

Euthanasia: 'Sooner or later politicians will have to listen', says campaigner

Sam Dick, from pressure group Dignity in Dying, says it is unfair that loved ones feel 'like criminals' for helping to end suffering

'The way we were doing eSports then wasn't quite right', the UK's first professional gamer reflects on the changes to eSports

Rooney, Ronaldo, Zlatan… and Dragonn? Can eSports complete move from 'joke' to star turn?

Rooney, Ronaldo… and Dragonn? Can eSports move from 'joke' to star turn?

Britain's first pro gamer says the internet has changed everything

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Union Employment Officer calls for Mike Ashley to make changes within Sports Direct after his admissions of pay errors in Parliament

Sports Direct: 'Wholesale change' needed if Mike Ashley's appearance is to be more than a PR stunt

Sports Direct: 'Wholesale change' needed if Mike Ashley's display is no PR stunt

Employment rights specialist Hannah Reed says multi-millionaire needs to back up his words with action

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

British heavyweight boxer Richard Dunn, who fought Muhammad Ali for the world title in 1976 has spoken of his "great love" for the US fighter and claimed that later champions like Mike Tyson could not lay a glove on the man known as 'The Greatest'.

Muhammad Ali: British heavyweight rival talks love, death and world domination

Muhammad Ali: British heavyweight rival talks love, death and world domination

Former European and Commonwealth champion Richard Dunn fought Ali for the world title in 1976

Friday, June 3, 2016

Friday, June 3, 2016

A researcher from the University of California in Los Angeles has explained the results of her study and 'reward circuitry' on talkRADIO.

Winning money, eating chocolate… using Facebook - research discovers why 'likes' matter to online teens

Winning money, eating chocolate… using Facebook - why 'likes' matter to teens

Lauren Sherman, from the University of California, has carried out a study on social media

'You've got to have a gimmick', retail expert Kate Hardcastle warns of the changes to the high street

BHS collapse: 'This is not just a downturn, the High Street has changed for ever' - retail expert Kate Hardcastle

BHS collapse: 'This is not a downturn, the High Street has changed for ever'

New jobs will be hard to find, says leading business advisor

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Dr. Sandra Lee, AKA Dr. Pimple Popper, chats to Jonny Gould and Ash on the cultural phenomenon her videos have inspired

'People say they need it' - Internet sensation Dr. Pimple Popper on the reaction to her explosive videos

'People say they need it', says internet sensation Dr. Pimple Popper

Dr. Sandra Lee, AKA Dr. Pimple Popper, chats to Jonny Gould and Ash on the cultural phenomenon her videos have inspired

'A creative romantic at heart' - comedian Ken Dodd pays tribute to Bread writer Carla Lane

'A creative romantic at heart' - comedian Ken Dodd pays tribute to Bread writer Carla Lane

'A creative romantic' - Ken Dodd pays tribute to Bread writer Carla Lane

The TV screenwriter died on Tuesday at the age of 87

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Thursday, May 19, 2016

'David Bowie was the reason I started playing music' - Ray Wilson reflects on his career

'David Bowie was the reason I started playing music' - Ray Wilson reflects on his career

'David Bowie was the reason I started playing music' - Ray Wilson on his career

The former Genesis singer looks back on how it all started

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Cheryl Baker on Bucks Fizz, skirt-ripping and Eurovison 2016

Cheryl Baker on Bucks Fizz, skirt-ripping and Eurovison 2016

Cheryl Baker on Bucks Fizz, skirt-ripping and Eurovison 2016

The annual singing contest takes place this weekend in Stockholm

'If you hear someone shout 'Allahu Akbar' you should run away like a whippet', claims UKIP deputy leader

'If you hear someone shout 'Allahu Akbar' you should run away like a whippet', claims UKIP deputy leader

'If you hear someone shout 'Allahu Akbar' you should run away like a whippet'

UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall insists Great Manchester Police should not have been forced to apologise following terror training exercise

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Chilcot Report: 'Tony Blair will NOT be branded a war criminal', says Andrew Gilligan

Chilcot Report: 'Tony Blair will NOT be branded a war criminal', says Andrew Gilligan

Chilcot Report: 'Tony Blair will NOT be branded a war criminal'

Leading journalist Andrew Gilligan says the published findings will not do what some people want

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Thursday, May 5, 2016

'Constant texting could be construed as an indicator of being uncertain in a relationship' - etiquette expert Rosalinda Randall says we must spend time together

Addicted to your phone? 'Constant texting can cause problems in a relationship' talkRADIO told by etiquette expert

'Constant texting can cause relationship problems' says etiquette expert

Author claims constant communication in your relationship might not be best

'He has it in him to make a shift' - Author Michael D'Antonio on Donald Trump's planned election moves after becoming 'presumptive' candidate

Donald Trump campaign: 'It's been a bit of an act - now he'll try to be more like a President'

'Donald Trump? It's been an act so far - now he'll be more like a President'

The unofficial biographer of the 'presumptive' Republican candidate shares his professional insight into what the businessmen will do next in his campaign

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Thursday, April 28, 2016

'I hate going back and listening to what I've done before' - Midge Ure on his career

'I hate going back and listening to what I've done before' - Midge Ure on his career

'I hate going back and listening to what I've done before' - Midge Ure

The co-creator of Live Aid and Live 8 joined Jonny Gold feat. Ash to discuss his new Something From Everything tour

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Hillsborough verdict: 'The police should be hanging their heads in shame', says Graham Beecroft

Hillsborough verdict: 'The police should be hanging their heads in shame', says Graham Beecroft

Hillsborough verdict: 'The police should be hanging their heads in shame'

Graham Beecroft was commentating on the FA Cup semi-final when the disaster unfolded

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