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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Expert Eye: How to avoid the perils of your washing machine!

Expert Eye: How to avoid the perils of your washing machine!

Expert Eye: How to avoid the perils of your washing machine!

Repairman Ishmael Ussman told listeners what to do to avoid becoming sick because of your appliance

Don't be lonely at lunch! Let Jon Holmes keep you company

Don't be lonely at lunch! Let Jon Holmes keep you company

Don't be lonely at lunch! Let Jon Holmes keep you company

He'll bring you a smile with your sandwich

HILARIOUS! Iain Lee prank calls the talkSPORT Sports Bar show

HILARIOUS! Iain Lee prank calls the talkSPORT Sports Bar show

HILARIOUS! Iain Lee prank calls the talkSPORT Sports Bar show

'Dave' the Manchester City fan was not a happy chappy

Warning! Tax and benefit changes in the next few years could cause UK poverty to rise

Warning! Tax and benefit changes in the next few years could cause UK poverty to rise

Warning! Tax and benefit changes could cause UK poverty to rise

Unicef's 'Report Card 13' ranks the UK in last place for children's healthy eating out of 37 countries

Former rear admiral Chris Parry has claimed the Russians "are out to get us" following the "simulated attack" on a U.S destroyer by fighter jets in the Baltic Sea

'The Russians are signaling they are out to get us', claims former Rear Admiral Chris Parry

'The Russians are signalling they are out to get us', claims Chris Parry

The former rear admiral condemned the 'buzzing' of an American destroyer by two Russian pilots

£90 for a Food Sniffer? Just use your common sense!

£90 for a Food Sniffer? Just use your common sense!

£90 for a Food Sniffer? Just use your common sense!

Has the world gone mad?

Let's Dance! Does Paul Ross know his Graboff from his Grind?

Let's Dance! Does Paul Ross know his Graboff from his Grind?

Let's Dance! Does Paul Ross know his Graboff from his Grind?

Our breakfast show host gets a very special tap dance tutorial

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Wednesday, April 13th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Wednesday, April 13th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

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

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Film alleges tobacco companies targeting African Americans

Film alleges tobacco companies targeting African Americans

Film takes on cigarette companies' targeting efforts

Lincoln Mondy's university film project has uncovered alleged targeted efforts by the tobacco industry towards African Americans.

New Zealand takes top honours at The Telegraph Travel Awards

New Zealand takes top honours at The Telegraph Travel Awards

New Zealand tops Telegraph's Travel Awards

Telegraph Travel's Ben Ross said it's the fourth year the paper's readership has voted New Zealand as their favourite destination

Jeremy Hunt told he could stop junior doctors' strikes 'in a second'

Jeremy Hunt told he could stop junior doctors' strikes 'in a second'

Jeremy Hunt told he could stop junior doctors' strikes 'in a second'

Protesting medics are demanding the right to talk to the Health Secretary

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks the nation – do we need shadows?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks the nation – do we need shadows?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks the nation – do we need shadows?

Quite obviously a matter of public interest...

Inky the Octopus: Jon Holmes gets the expert view on the escaped cephalopod

Inky the Octopus: Jon Holmes gets the expert view on the escaped cephalopod

Inky the Octopus: Jon Holmes gets the expert view on the escaped cephalopod

Scott Blacker from SEA LIFE Blackpool reassures worried listeners the creature should be fine

London Mayoral race: Khan and Goldsmith have ‘no passion or vision’, says candidate Caroline Pidgeon

London Mayoral race: Khan and Goldsmith have ‘no passion or vision’, says candidate Caroline Pidgeon

London Mayoral race: Khan and Goldsmith have ‘no passion', says Pidgeon

Lib Dem candidate attacks her rivals and frontrunners for the post

Gambling Addiction: 'I became very depressed and suicidal', says Matt Zarb-Cousins

Gambling Addiction: 'I became very depressed and suicidal', says Matt Zarb-Cousin

'I became depressed and suicidal', admits gambling awareness spokesman

Matt Zarb-Cousins told listeners how his addiction nearly destroyed his life

Journalist Polly Toynbee slams Alan Duncan's 'low achievers' claim

Journalist Polly Toynbee slams Sir Alan Duncan's 'low achievers' claim

Journalist Polly Toynbee slams Sir Alan Duncan's 'low achievers' claim

Guardian columnist hits back at MP's attempts to defend David Cameron

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Tuesday, April 12th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Tuesday, April 12th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

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

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Uri Geller: David Gest was an 'amazing character'

Uri Geller: David Gest was an 'amazing character'

Geller: Gest was an 'amazing character'

Israeli illusionist and TV personality on the former Celebrity Big Brother star

'The slowest overnight success ever!' Jamie East on Game of Thrones

'The slowest overnight success ever!' Jamie East on Game of Thrones

'The slowest overnight success ever!' Jamie East on Game of Thrones

The Thronecast host and Virgin Radio presenter discusses the biggest TV show in the world

Reality TV star David Gest dies at the age of 62

Reality TV star David Gest dies at the age of 62

Reality TV star David Gest dies at the age of 62

Former husband of Liza Minnelli passed away in a London hotel

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks - do we need skin?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks - do we need skin?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks - do we need skin?

Jon Holmes wonders if we really need to bother with skin?

Health and safety gone mad! Jon Holmes delves into the risks to literature

Health and safety gone mad! Jon Holmes delves into the potential risks to literature

Health and safety gone mad! Jon Holmes delves into the risks to literature

Jim Tassell on the perils facing page-turners

Revealed! The top ten 'creepiest' professions in Britain

Revealed! The top ten 'creepiest' professions in Britain

Revealed! The top ten 'creepiest' professions in Britain

Clowns and funeral directors rank very high in the list

False rape claims 'stay with the accused for the rest of their lives,' claims Margaret Gardener

False rape claims 'stay with the accused for the rest of their lives', claims Margaret Gardener

False rape claims 'stay with the accused for the rest of their lives'

Support organisation's founder Margaret Gardener highlights how damaging a false accusation can be

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Monday, April 11th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Monday, April 11th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

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

Monday, April 11, 2016

Monday, April 11, 2016

Patrick Monahan joins Jonny Gould feat. Ash in studio

Patrick Monahan joins Jonny Gould feat. Ash in studio

Patrick Monahan in studio at talkRADIO

The Irish-Iranian comedian joined Jonny Gould feat. Ash to discuss marathons, The Two Ronnies and his Disco Years Tour 2016.

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

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

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

Father Ted, Father Christmas, Papa Smurf: Overrated?

Alco Vox Pops - The week's news reviewed by drunk people

Alco Vox Pops - The week's news reviewed by drunk people

Alco Vox Pops - The week's news reviewed by drunk people

Because these folks always talk sense

Pest Controller Jeff Sullivan exterminated a rat measuring two feet

Is Britain at risk of a giant rat invasion?

Is Britain at risk of a giant rat invasion?

Pest Controller Jeff Sullivan exterminated a rodent measuring two feet at the weekend

Younger Muslims are 'intolerant and proud of their intolerance', claims Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Younger Muslims are 'intolerant and proud of their intolerance', claims Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Younger generations of Muslims are 'intolerant and proud of their intolerance'

Journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown highlights growing concerns within the community

Calls for government to replace inheritance tax with a ‘gift tax’ in the name of equality

Calls for government to replace inheritance tax with a ‘gift tax’ in the name of equality

Calls for the government to replace inheritance tax with a ‘gift tax’

MoneyWeek Editor-in-Chief, Merryn Somerset Webb, says it is the only fair option

Labour business tsar Anthony Watson slams David Cameron over new tax evasion laws

Labour business tsar Anthony Watson slams David Cameron over new tax evasion laws

Anthony Watson slams David Cameron over new tax evasion laws

Labour's business tsar insists 'there should be no debate' over British citizens paying their dues

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Friday, April 8th

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Friday, April 8th

Podcast - Late Nights with Iain Lee

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

Friday, April 8, 2016

Friday, April 8, 2016

Panama Papers: Cameron should resign over father's offshore investment fund, says Livingstone

Panama Papers: Cameron should resign over father's offshore investment fund, says Livingstone

Livingstone says PM should resign over offshore fund

Former London mayor Ken Livingstone tells Jonny Gould feat. Ash that David Cameron should resign after it was revealed he profited from his late father's offshore investment fund

Podcast - Jon Holmes on talkRADIO - Episode 3

Podcast - Jon Holmes on talkRADIO - Episode 3

The least worst bits from Jon Holmes's show on talkRADIO

Bucky the Busker: This might just be the best cover of 'Kiss From A Rose' ever

Bucky the busker: This may be the best cover of 'Kiss From A Rose' you'll ever hear

Bucky the busker: This might just be the best cover of 'Kiss From A Rose' ever

Just the tonic to set you up for the weekend...

The internet has made injuctions 'invalid and pointless', claims Neil Wallis

The internet has made injunctions 'invalid and pointless', claims Neil Wallis

The internet has made injuctions 'invalid and pointless', claims Neil Wallis

Former News of the World Executive Editor slams UK judges after celebrity's identity was made known in the USA

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

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