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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Thursday, July 14, 2016

'This is a ridiculous bureaucratic mistake', says Ken Livingstone on the changes in Labour membership rules

'This is a ridiculous, bureaucratic mistake', says Ken Livingstone on the changes in Labour membership rules

'This is a ridiculous, bureaucratic mistake', says Ken Livingstone on Labour

The former London mayor disagrees with some Labour members not being allowed to vote in their leadership election

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Labour will 'continue as a vanity project' under Corbyn, says commentator John McTernan

Labour will 'continue as a vanity project' under Corbyn, says commentator John McTernan

Labour will 'continue as a vanity project' under Corbyn, says John McTernan

Tony Blairs director of political operations explains why he thinks Labour won't win an election under Jeremy Corbyn

'There were rumours George Osbourne would be waiting in a tree to throw vegetables at the PM' - Alex Dibble on Cameron's farewell

Alex Dibble on Cameron's farewell: 'There were rumours George Osbourne would be waiting in a tree to throw vegetables'

'Rumours that George Osbourne might be in a tree to throw vegetables at the PM'

talkRADIO reporter Alex Dibble was at Downing Street to report on George Osbourne's next move

'The Queen could start ordering people about' - Jon Holmes finds out what could happen when David Cameron resigns

'What will he do now, just pop down to TGI Fridays?' - Jon Holmes finds out what could happen when David Cameron resigns

Jon Holmes finds out what could happen when David Cameron resigns

Our afternoon presenter looks into what may happen when Cameron visits the Queen

'I don't see Philip May being threatened at all by this', says relationship advisor Pam Spurr

'I don't see Philip May being threatened at all by this', says relationship advisor Pam Spurr

'I don't see Philip May being threatened by this', says relationship advisor

The Two Mikes wonder how Theresa May's husband will feel when she becomes Prime Minister

'There was nothing I wanted more than for Jeremy to be successful' - Nic Dakin laments Labour Party leadership contest

'There was nothing I wanted more than for Jeremy to be successful' - Nic Dakin laments Labour Party leadership contest

Nic Dakin: 'There was nothing I wanted more than for Jeremy to be successful'

The MP for Scunthorpe lamented the current situation of the Labour Party

'We're saving each family £90 a week' - Gregg Wallace on his new series Eat Well For Less

'We're saving each family £90 a week' - Gregg Wallace on his new series Eat Well For Less

'We're saving each family £90 a week' - Gregg Wallace on his new series

Masterchef's Gregg Wallace joins Paul Ross

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

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Apparently Jean Claude Juncker might believe in aliens

Does the European Commission President believe in aliens? - Our top 5 supernatural stories

Does the European Commission President believe in aliens?

We take a look at some spooky alien stories

'People will remember David Cameron for the referendum and how he screwed it up', says psychologist

'People will remember David Cameron for the referendum and how he screwed it up', says psychologist

'People will remember David Cameron for the referendum', says psychologist

Psychologist Cary Cooper explains why leaders are often remembered negatively

'A general election would make people feel we're a debating club', says MP John Redwood

'A general election would make people feel we're a debating club', says MP John Redwood

'A general election would be like we're a debating club', says MP John Redwood

MP John Redwood comments on Theresa May becoming Prime Minister

'I haven't experienced anything like this in thirty years' - Tom Brake MP on the political scene post-Brexit

'I haven't experienced anything like this in thirty years' - Tom Brake MP on the political scene post-Brexit

'I haven't experienced anything like this in thirty years', says Tom Brake MP

The Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Carshalton and Wallington spoke with Paul Ross about British politics after Brexit

Monday, July 11, 2016

Monday, July 11, 2016

Harriet Harman tells Theresa May: 'It’s not good enough to just be a woman Prime Minister, you must deliver for the women in this country'

Harriet Harman tells Theresa May: 'It’s not good enough to just be a woman Prime Minister, you must deliver for the women in this country'

Harriet Harman issues PM warning to Theresa May

UK's new leader in waiting is told: 'You must deliver for the women in this country'

Angela Eagle backed to set out a 'clear sense of direction' for Labour as Harriet Harman supports her leadership bid

Angela Eagle backed to set out a 'clear sense of direction' for Labour as Harriet Harman supports her leadership bid

Angela Eagle backed to set out a 'clear sense of direction' for Labour

Harriet Harman backs MP for Wallasey to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as party leader

'The main players have chopped their heads off!' Jon Holmes on the Conservative leadership race

'The main players have chopped their heads off!' Jon Holmes on the Conservative leadership race

'The main players have chopped their heads off!' - Jon Holmes on the Tory party

Our afternoon presenter is joined by an expert to find out all about the Conservative leadership contest

Andrea Leadsom will be offered 'humiliatingly junior post' says political expert John Rentoul as he dismisses talk of deal with Theresa May

Andrea Leadsom will be offered 'humiliatingly junior post' says political expert John Rentoul as he dismisses talk of deal with Theresa May

Leadsom will be offered 'humiliatingly junior post' says political expert

John Rentoul dismisses talk of deal with Theresa May

Andrea Leadsom quits the Conservative leadership race

Andrea Leadsom quits Conservative leadership race

Andrea Leadsom quits Conservative leadership race

She promises her "full support" to Theresa May

Reports claim Andrea Leadsom is stepping down from Conservative leadership race

Reports: Andrea Leadsom is stepping down from Conservative leadership race

Reports: Andrea Leadsom is stepping down from Conservative leadership race

It's been reported Leadsom will be announcing she's quitting the race

Recipe of the Day in association with Encona - Paella

Recipe of the Day in association with Encona - Paella

Tune in to Penny Smith on Saturday mornings from 8am to hear the Recipe of the Day in association with Encona

Friday, July 8, 2016

Friday, July 8, 2016

Late Nights with Iain Lee: A Dirty Young Man in Simon's Van

Late Nights with Iain Lee: A Dirty Young Man in Simon's Van - Thursday, July 7

Late Nights with Iain Lee: A Dirty Young Man in Simon's Van

'Of course they thought it was you!' (Iain)

The Chilcot Report:  George Galloway special with Julian Assange

The Chilcot Report: George Galloway special with Julian Assange

The Chilcot Report: George Galloway special with Julian Assange

Exclusive interview with WikiLeaks editor-in-chief, and many special guests

'It's probably not a priority' - Why we won't pay for privacy

'It's probably not a priority' - Why we won't pay for privacy

'It's probably not a priority' - Why we won't pay for privacy

Technology editor James Cook on why we don't seem to mind much about privacy on our phones

'A paper you can carry like a badge of honour' - The New European editor on it's launch

'A paper you can carry like a badge of honour' - The New European editor on its launch

The New European editor: 'A paper you can carry like a badge of honour'

The New European newspaper is aimed at those who supported the Remain campaign

George Galloway's exclusive interview with Julian Assange about the Chilcot report

George Galloway's exclusive interview with Julian Assange on the Chilcot report

George Galloway's exclusive interview with Julian Assange on Chilcot report

The founder of WikiLeaks shared his views with our formidable host on Sir John Chilcot's findings

Dallas shooting: 'It was a conversation about whether the parents of my child's friends owned weapons', says an African American lawyer

Gun control: 'We wondered whether the parents of my child's friends had weapons', says US lawyer

'We wondered whether the parents of my child's friends had weapons'

African American lawyer Melissa Jean Beay discusses the issues of guns in the US

Dallas Shootings: 'Indefensible and disgusting' - Piers Morgan leads Twitter reaction

Dallas Shootings: 'Indefensible and disgusting' - Piers Morgan leads Twitter reaction

Dallas Shootings: 'Indefensible and disgusting' - Twitter reacts

Five police offers have been killed in Dallas after a peaceful protest turned into fresh gun horror

LISTEN: Dallas shootings - eye witness account

LISTEN: Dallas Shootings - eye witness account

LISTEN: Dallas Shootings - eye witness account

Paul Ross spoke to city resident Linda Gump first thing on Friday morning

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Thursday, July 7, 2016

'Cowardice was shown by Obama and David Cameron in withdrawing troops', says political adviser John McTernan

'Cowardice was shown by Obama and David Cameron in withdrawing troops', says political adviser John McTernan

'Cowardice was shown by Obama and David Cameron,' says political adviser

Labour political adviser John McTernan reveals his views on Chilcot

'This was definitely wrong and against the law' - Political commentator slams Hillary Clinton over email controversy

'This was definitely wrong and against the law' - Political commentator slams Hillary Clinton over email controversy

Political commentator slams Hillary Clinton over email controversy

Charlie Wolf didn't hold back on the prospective Democratic candidate

Lord Walter Menzies Campbell dismisses Tony Blair's defence of Iraq War decision following Chilcot report

'It was the wrong decision' - Lord Campbell dismisses Blair's Iraq defence

'It was the wrong decision' - Lord Campbell dismisses Blair's Iraq defence

The former leader of the Liberal Democrats praised the report for considering all the evidence

'She did not convince us she had vision for Ofsted', says chair of the Education Select Committee on new Ofsted chief

'She did not convince us she had vision for Ofsted', says Education Select Committee chair on new chief

Ofsted: 'She did not convince us', says chair of the Education Select Committee

Neil Carmichael reveals why the Education Select Committee don't believe Amanda Spielman should be the new Ofsted leader

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

Lawyer Mark Stephens has explained how Sir John Chilcot's ruling on the Iraq War will block Tony Blair from legal prosecution.

Human rights lawyer explains why Blair 'won't be prosecuted' in wake of Chilcot

Human rights lawyer on why Tony Blair won't be prosecuted after Chilcot

Mark Stephens explained how Chilcot's ruling of a 'good faith decision' will block legal action on the former Prime Minister

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

Chilcot: 'It's important that people put themselves in the shoes of Tony Blair', says Alistair Campbell

'It's important that people put themselves in the shoes of Tony Blair', says Alastair Campbell

Campbell: 'It's important that people put themselves in the shoes of Tony Blair'

The former director of communications reveals what he thinks about the Chilcot Report

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Chilcot: 'There should be charges laid against Tony Blair', says Ken Livingstone

Chilcot: 'There should be charges laid against Tony Blair', says Ken Livingstone

Chilcot: 'There should be charges laid against Tony Blair', says Ken Livingstone

The former London Mayor believes the Iraq war only led to more problems

'The man who is on his stumps who is vulnerable and anxious' - South African journalist on Oscar Pistorius' sentencing

'The judge was sympathetic towards Pistorius' - South African journalist on sentencing

'The judge was sympathetic towards Pistorius' - SA journalist

Journalist Gia Nicolaides discusses why the athlete only got a six year jail sentence for murder

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

Former Royal Air Force officer John Nichol has backed the Chilcot report's assessment Tony Blair didn't have any plans in place for after the Iraq War ended.

Chilcot: 'There was no post-war planning', says former RAF officer

Chilcot: 'There was no post-war planning', says former RAF officer

John Nichol, who spent time as a prisoner of war during the Iraq conflict, said 'it was clear to anyone who'd been in the military'

'I would expect an appeal this afternoon', says South African journalist on Oscar Pistorius sentencing

Pistorius: 'I would expect an appeal this afternoon', says South African journalist

Pistorius: 'I would expect an appeal this afternoon', says South African journal

Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced for six years

Chilcot: 'This isn't a sixth form common room, this is the real business of running the country', says historian

Chilcot: 'This isn't a sixth form common room, this is the real business of running the country', says historian

Chilcot: 'This isn't a sixth form common room', says historian

Historian Peter Caddick-Adams analyses the Chilcot report

'People totally misidentified the nature of Iraq', says former director general of MOD

'People totally misidentified the nature of Iraq', says former director general of MOD

'People totally misidentified the nature of Iraq', says Chris Parry

Parry helped plan the Iraq war and reveals what he thinks went wrong

'People are being a little bit too simplistic about Chilcot', says author John Kampfner

'Blair went to war on a wing and a prayer', says author John Kampfner

'Blair went to war on a wing and a prayer', says author John Kampfner

Author of 'Blair's War' believes Chilcot will reveal a lot of currently unknown detail on the war

Oscar Pistorius sentenced to six years in jail for murder of ex-girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp

Oscar Pistorius sentenced to six years in jail for murder of ex-girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp

Oscar Pistorius sentenced to six years in jail for murder

Six-time Paraylympic champion is likely to spend a further three years behind bars following the death of Reeva Steenkamp

Chilcot: 'It won't support the conspiracy theories', says journalist John Rentoul

Chilcot: 'It won't support the conspiracy theories', says journalist John Rentoul

Chilcot 'won't support the conspiracy theories', says journalist John Rentoul

The Chilcot Report into the Iraq war will be published today

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

'The relationship around the BMA and the government was really sub-optimal to put it mildly', says Dr Hamed Khan

'The contract was unethical', says Dr Hamed Khan on junior doctor vote

'The contract was unethical', says Dr Hamed Khan on junior doctor vote

Dr Hamed Khan comments on junior doctors voting no to their new contract

'These are the people who are the very architects of our society', Sam Delaney's opening monologue on strikes

'These are the people who are the very architects of our society', Sam Delaney on strikes

'The very architects of our society', Sam Delaney on strikes

Sam Delaney opened his show with a speech about the strikes

'They should be treated as the criminal scum that quite frankly they are', says investment director on Libor rigging trial

'They should be treated as the criminal scum that they are', says investment director on Libor trial

'They're criminal scum', says investment director on Libor rigging trial

Justin Urquhart Stewart explains why he believes Libor rigging has damaged reputations

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