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Friday, April 8, 2016

Friday, April 8, 2016

Angela Wrightson murder: Leading criminal lawyer insists anonymity order is 'absolutely right'

Angela Wrightson murder: Leading criminal lawyer insists anonymity order is 'absolutely right'

Wrightson murder: Leading lawyer insists anonymity order is 'absolutely right'

Jeremy Dein QC defends decision to protect the identity of the teenage girls convicted of her killing

David Cameron offshore fund row: Sir Vince Cable defends the Prime Minister

David Cameron offshore fund row: Sir Vince Cable defends the Prime Minister

Cameron offshore fund row: Cable defends the PM

Former Business Secretary says we 'shouldn't make a vast issue of this'

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Thursday, April 7th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Thursday, April 7th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

Iain Lee is back on the airwaves - and he's back with a brand new podcast

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Angela Barnes talks to Jonny and Ash Gould

Angela Barnes talks to Jonny and Ash Gould

Angela Barnes talks to Jonny and Ash Gould

The comedienne talked to The Gould Brothers ahead of her upcoming Soho Theatre show

Sweeney Todd show takes dramatic turn as cast accidentally cut on stage

Sweeney Todd show takes dramatic turn as cast accidentally cut on stage

Students have throats cut in Sweeney Todd mishap

Students from Saint Kentigern College in Auckland, New Zealand sustained injuries to their throats during a school production of the macabre musical, ‘Sweeney Todd’.

Anti-semitism in the Labour Party: 'Do we really need training not to be a racist?'

Anti-semitism in the Labour Party: 'Do we really need training not to be a racist?'

Anti-semitism in the Labour Party: 'Do we need training not to be a racist?'

Jeremy Corbyn is being urged to tackle racism within his party

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks the nation - Do we really need water?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks the nation - do we really need water?

The Big Debate: Water - do we really need it?

Here's a discussion that will really whet your appetite...

'Don't drink the water!' Jon Holmes on the dangers posed by the 'Thames River Monster'

'Don't drink the water!' Jon Holmes on the dangers posed by the 'Thames River Monster'

'Don't drink the water!' The dangers posed by the 'Thames River Monster'

Jon Holmes fears the capital's population are drinking 'monster wee'

London Mayoral Race: 'It's not about background, it's about delivery'  insists Zac Goldsmith

London Mayoral Race: 'It's not about background, it's about delivery' insists Zac Goldsmith

London Mayoral Race: 'It's about delivery, not background', claims Goldsmith

Richmond Park MP dismisses the idea he won't be able to represent the capital because of his upbringing

London housing market is in 'crisis', insists Zac Goldsmith

London housing market is in 'crisis', insists Zac Goldsmith

London housing market is in 'crisis', insists Zac Goldsmith

Richmond Park MP claims his action plan is to build 50,000 homes a year

Brexit: £9m cost of 'taxpayer-funded' pro-EU leaflet is 'quite wrong', says John Redwood MP

Brexit: £9m cost of 'taxpayer-funded' pro-EU leaflet is 'quite wrong', says John Redwood MP

Brexit: £9m cost of 'taxpayer-funded' pro-EU leaflet is 'quite wrong'

Wokingham MP John Redwood doesn't agree with his party's latest push to win over voters ahead of the referendum

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Wednesday, April 6th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Wednesday, April 6th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

Iain Lee is back on the airwaves - and he's back with a brand new podcast

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Panama Papers: Police search Uefa offices

Panama Papers: Police search Uefa offices

Police search Uefa offices after Panama Papers

Investigative reporter Andrew Jennings talks about the Uefa raids on talkRADIO

New UK salary cap for immigrants will 'hurt British business', warns immigration lawyer

New UK salary cap for immigrants will 'hurt British business', warns immigration lawyer

New UK salary cap for immigrants will 'hurt British business'

Immigration lawyer Harjap Singh Bhangal belives the new ruling will have a damaging effect on the UK and its economy

Gender neutral facilities in schools are 'perfectly acceptable', says leading ATL member

Gender neutral facilities in schools are 'perfectly acceptable', says leading ATL member

Gender neutral facilities in schools are 'perfectly acceptable'

Graham Easterlow, a member of the ATL's Independent and Private Sectors Advisory Group, insists it is not a 'strange thing'

Dog Microchipping: 'How will it reduce attacks?' asks K9 editor Ryan O'Meara

Dog Microchipping: 'How will it reduce attacks?' asks K9 editor Ryan O'Meara

Dog Microchipping: 'How will it reduce attacks?' asks K9 editor Ryan O'Meara

K9 magazine editor Ryan O'Meara claims the new legislation is not the be all and end all

Junior Doctors' Strike: Proposed new contract will turn recruitment and retention into an 'absolute disaster'

Junior Doctors' Strike: Proposed new contract will turn recruitment and retention into an 'absolute disaster'

Junior Doctors' Strike: Proposed new contract an 'absolute disaster'

Dr. Jeeves Wijesuriya warns there is a dark shadow being cast over the future of Britain's health service

What are you afraid of? Dr Dawn Harper sheds light on listeners' phobias

What are you afraid of? Dr Dawn Harper sheds light on listeners' phobias

Dr Dawn Harper sheds light on listeners' phobias

She advised listeners on what options were available to deal with their fears

'It's kind of like a filter' - Professor Donald P. Waller discusses a potential new male contraception

'It's kind of like a filter' - Professor Donald P. Waller discusses a potential new male contraception

'It's kind of like a filter' - US expert on potential new male contraception

Professor Donald P. Waller says a single injection could prevent the flow of sperm

Star Wars: Dominic Jones pays tribute to Admiral Ackbar voice actor Erik Bauersfeld

Star Wars: Dominic Jones pays tribute to Admiral Ackbar voice actor Erik Bauersfeld

Star Wars: Tributes paid to Admiral Ackbar voice actor Erik Bauersfeld

Dominic Jones says character represents 'the universe of Star Wars and the background characters'

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Tuesday, April 5th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Tuesday, April 5th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

Iain Lee is back on the airwaves - and he's back with a brand new podcast

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Panama Papers: Cameron and Osborne are 'crooks' says Ken Livingstone

Panama Papers: Cameron and Osborne are 'crooks', says Ken Livingstone

Panama Papers: Cameron and Osborne are 'crooks', says Ken Livingstone

Former Mayor of London piles pressure on the Prime Minister

Cheeseageddon! Jon Holmes discusses the new threat that could terrorise shoppers

Cheeseageddon! Jon Holmes discusses the new threat that could terrorise shoppers

Cheeseageddon! Jon Holmes discusses the new threat that could terrorise shoppers

Defence analyst Charles Hayman on the dangers of dairy

Kesha vs Dr.Luke: 'How is she supposed to prove sexual abuse allegations?' asks Gemma Culvert

Kesha vs Dr. Luke: 'How is she supposed to prove sexual abuse allegations?' asks Gemma Calvert

Kesha vs Dr. Luke: 'How is she supposed to prove sexual abuse allegations?'

Entertainment journalist Gemma Calvert gives Julia Hartley-Brewer the lowdown on the case

Gym billboard sparks bullying debate with claim aliens will 'take the fat ones first'

Gym billboard sparks bullying debate with claim aliens will 'take the fat ones first'

Gym billboard sparks bullying debate, claiming aliens will 'take fat ones first'

Fit4Less gym advert in Long Eaton has caused huge controversy

Richard Herring: "I'm trying to work out whether happiness is possible"

Richard Herring: "I'm trying to work out whether happiness is possible"

Richard Herring: "I'm trying to work out whether happiness is possible"

The comedian popped into the studio to chat with Paul Ross

Lembit Öpik warns Karen Danczuk: ‘I will find you!’

Lembit Öpik warns Karen Danczuk: ‘I will find you!’

Lembit Öpik warns Karen Danczuk: ‘I will find you!’

The former MP is refusing to give up hope of a date with the 'selfie queen'

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Monday, April 4th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Monday, April 4th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

Iain Lee is back on the airwaves - and he's back with a brand new podcast

Monday, April 4, 2016

Monday, April 4, 2016

Defending mothers' breastfeeding selfies

Defending mothers' breastfeeding selfies

Defending the 'brelfie'

Nik Harris from La Leche League joined Jonny Gould and Ash to defend the “brelfie” - the breastfeeding selfie.

Panama Papers: How it all came together

Panama Papers: How it all came together

How the Panama Papers story came together

Marina Walker from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists explains how the Panama Papers story came together

Panama Papers: Journalist Luke Harding reveals the full story behind Panama Papers crisis

Panama Papers: Journalist Luke Harding reveals the story behind his year-long investigation

Panama Papers: Journalist Luke Harding tells story of year-long investigation

The man who broke the story to the UK speaks to talkRADIO

John Partridge takes us behind the scenes of new show Battlechefs

Calling all foodies! John Partridge takes us behind the scenes of new show Battlechefs

John Partridge takes us behind the scenes of new show Battlechefs

The culinary battle takes place at sea

Panama Papers: former Kremlin advisor sheds light on the situation

Panama Papers: former Kremlin advisor sheds light on the situation

Panama Papers: former Kremlin advisor sheds light on the situation

Alexander Nekrasov explains what has now been deemed 'the biggest leak in the history of data journalism'

Kezia Dugdale: Scottish Labour Leader praised for coming out over the weekend

Kezia Dugdale: Scottish Labour Leader wildly praised for coming out over the weekend

Kezia Dugdale: Scottish Labour Leader praised for coming out over the weekend

Paul Ross examines the impact of her admission

Podcast - Jon Holmes on talkRADIO

Podcast - Jon Holmes on talkRADIO - Episode 2

Podcast - Jon Holmes on talkRADIO - Episode 2

Enjoy the best bits from another brilliant mix of guests and features

'No evidence that turning a school into an academy leads to improvement', claims Shadow Education Secretary Lucy Powell

'No evidence that turning a school into an academy leads to improvement', claims Shadow Education Secretary Lucy Powell

'No evidence that turning a school into an academy leads to improvement'

Shadow Education Secretary Lucy Powell thinks 'academisation' is a distraction for schools

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Friday, April 1st

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Friday, April 1st

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

Iain Lee is back on the airwaves - and he's back with a brand new podcast

Friday, April 1, 2016

Friday, April 1, 2016

The most annoying things passengers do on flights

The most annoying things passengers do on flights

World's most annoying fliers

Passenger Shaming's Shawn Kathleen talks about some of the worst things passengers have done.

Remona Aly: We shouldn't be going mental over a burkini

Remona Aly: We shouldn't be going mental over a burkini

Don't go mental over a burkini

Remona Aly tells talkRADIO it should be about giving women the choice to wear what they want.

Jon Holmes grabs another talented busker to perform live on air

LISTEN: Jon Holmes grabs another talented busker to perform live on air

Jon Holmes grabs another talented busker to perform live on air

talkRADIO is becoming a busking hot spot!

London Mayoral Election: The Candidates

London Mayoral Election: The Candidates

This is who you can vote for

Leader of the House of Commons Chris Grayling slams the EU: 'It slows us down, it holds us back'

Leader of the House of Commons Chris Grayling slams the EU: 'It slows us down, it holds us back'

Chris Grayling slams the EU: 'It slows us down, it holds us back'

Leader of the House of Commons says it's time to leave the European Union

Richard Madeley pays tribute to Denise Robertson

Richard Madeley pays tribute to Denise Robertson

Richard Madeley pays tribute to Denise Robertson

The former presenter has fond memories of This Morning's resident agony aunt

'Too long and gloomy' - Jonathan Ross says you should give Batman v Superman a miss

'Too long and gloomy' - Jonathan Ross says you should give Batman v Superman a miss

'Too long and gloomy' - Jonathan Ross on Batman v Superman

The film critic and chat show host is not a fan of the superhero movie

Blame the government! The country's rulers are to blame for Britain's fat crisis, claims Hannah Sutter

Blame the government! The country's rulers are to blame for Britain's fat crisis, claims author Hannah Sutter

Blame the government! The country's rulers are to blame for Britain's fat crisis

Author Hannah Sutter highlights sugar intake as the biggest factor in the nation's collective weight gain

Every dog has her wedding day! Meet the Burnley woman whose pooch is getting married

Every dog has her wedding day! Meet the Burnley woman whose pooch is getting married

Every dog has her wedding day! Chi Chi the chihuahua is getting hitched

She will marry Harvey the pomeranian in September

Prankster and magician Julius Dein reveals some of the secrets behind his success

Prankster and magician Julius Dein reveals some of the secrets behind his success

Prankster and magician Julius Dein reveals the secrets behind his success

This man knows no fear

UK steel industry: GMB's Tim Roache calls for government action to save jobs

UK steel industry: GMB General Secretary Tim Roache calls for government action to save jobs

UK steel industry: GMB's Tim Roache calls for government action to save jobs

The industry has already seen a succession of cuts

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Thursday, March 31st

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Thursday, March 31st

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

Iain Lee is back on the airwaves - and he's back with a brand new podcast

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Lady Michelle Mone on lingerie, business, politics, and a few of Ash's product ideas

Lady Michelle Mone on lingerie, business, politics, and a few of Ash's product ideas

Lady Michelle Mone talks to Jonny and Ash Gould

The Baroness of Mayfair talks lingerie, business, politics and responds to Ash's pitches

Ken Dodd: "Ronnie had sophistication, but he also had the common man's touch"

Ken Dodd: "Ronnie had sophistication, but he also had the common man's touch"

Corbett had sophistication and the common man's touch

Comedian Ken Dodd pays tribute to "a wonderful man and a wonderful performer"

David Sheppard travelled 540 miles just to return a customer's passport

Meet David Sheppard: The postal worker who travelled 540 miles to return a customer's passport

Meet the postal worker who travelled 540 miles to return a customer's passport

Now that's good old fashioned customer service...

International Transgender Day: Kellie Maloney tells Paul Ross about her journey

International Transgender Day: Kellie Maloney tells Paul Ross about her journey

International Transgender Day: Kellie Maloney tells Paul Ross about her journey

The boxing promoter finished her transition in 2015

The multi-million pound wedding in Moscow which is too extravagant for one wedding planner

'What's the connection with J Lo?' The multi-million pound wedding too extravagant for one planner

The multi-million pound wedding too extravagant for one planner

Mark Neimierko discusses the nuotials of Said Gutseriev and Khadija Uzhakhovs

Communications expert claims we rely too much on GPS devices and satnav apps

Communications expert claims we rely too much on GPS devices and satnav apps

Communications expert claims we rely too much on GPS devices and satnav apps

Roger McKinlay, former president of the Royal Institute of Navigation, says navigation and map reading should be part of school curriculum

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