Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

Paul Ross sets the agenda on our fast paced Breakfast Show. With top names and top stories, wake up weekdays with Paul.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

GBBO: 'People won't notice the difference between the old and new version', says TV journalist

GBBO: 'Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig are very similar to Mel and Sue', says TV journalist

GBBO: 'Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig are very similar to Mel and Sue'

The Mirror's TV editor Nicola Methven says people won't notice the difference between the old and new version of Bake Off

Monday, August 21, 2017

Monday, August 21, 2017

'People can hold insulting opinions, but if it's grossly offensive, we'll prosecute', says Director of Public Prosecutions

Alison Saunders on hate crime plans: 'People can hold insulting views but if they're grossly offensive, we'll prosecute'

'People can hold insulting opinion, but if it's grossly offensive, we prosecute'

Alison Saunders, the Director of Public Prosecutions, spoke to Paul Ross about the Crown Prosecution Service's crackdown on hate crime

Former England rugby player Matt Dawson on going through Lyme disease

Former England rugby player Matt Dawson on going through Lyme disease

Former England rugby player Matt Dawson on going through Lyme disease

Matt Dawson has warned of the dangers of ticks after he was bitten by one and it gave him Lyme disease

Friday, August 18, 2017

Friday, August 18, 2017

'We continually face terror because a generation was radicalised by 80s and 90s preachers', says former No 10 advisor

Barcelona: Theresa May's former aide talks us through her response to Las Ramblas attack

Theresa May's former aide talks us through her response

Katie Perrior also gives Paul Ross her take on what has caused the current wave of jihad

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Gurinder Chadha on 'Viceroy's House' and why she'll never do a 'Bend It Like Beckham 2'

Indian independence: Viceroy's House director Gurinder Chadha on the horrors of Partition

Indian director Gurinder Chadha on 'Viceroy's House' and the horrors of Partitio

The director of the film, which tells the events of the Partition of India, spoke to Paul Ross live from Amritsar

Monday, August 14, 2017

Monday, August 14, 2017

Perrior says the claim would be typical of her own experience

Jeremy Hunt £44,000 bathroom 'symptomatic of government spending', says Theresa May's former comms director

Jeremy Hunt £44,000 bathroom 'symptomatic of government spending'

Paul Ross's co-host discussed the allegations of a huge bathroom refurb for the Health Secretary, who has refuted the reports.

New A-Level exams: 'We're kidding ourselves if we think they'll result in higher standards', says campaigner

New A-Level exams: 'We're kidding ourselves if we think they'll result in higher standards', says campaigner

'We're kidding ourselves if we think new A-Level exams will raise standards'

Chris McGovern from the Campaign for Real Education spoke to Paul Ross over the planned 'tougher' exams

Friday, August 11, 2017

Friday, August 11, 2017

Fibronil egg contamination scare: 'British produce isn't a problem at all', says Egg Industry Council Chair

Fibronil egg contamination scare: 'UK produce isn't a problem at all', says Egg Industry Council

'British eggs aren't a problem', says industry council chair

Andrew Joret spoke to Paul Ross and Carole Malone about the egg contamination scare, after produce from the Netherlands was found to be tainted with a pesticide.

Monday, August 7, 2017

Monday, August 7, 2017

Sir Vince Cable: 'I'm not sneering at older people'

Sir Vince Cable on Brexit: 'I wasn't sneering at old people by saying they shafted the rest'

Vince Cable on Brexit: I wasn't sneering at old people with 'shafting' comments

The Leader of the Liberal Democrats clarified comments he made about older people being 'self-declared martyrs'

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP invites young man who got tattoo of him to Westminster

Jacob Rees-Mogg MP invites young man who got tattoo of him to Westminster

The Tory MP for North East Somerset was 'enormously honoured' by Ross Atkinson's show of devotion

Monday, July 31, 2017

Monday, July 31, 2017

Shaun Ryder on new Black Grape album 'Pop Voodoo' and I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here'

Shaun Ryder on new Black Grape album 'Pop Voodoo' and I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here'

Shaun Ryder on the new Black Grape album 'Pop Voodoo' and 'I'm A Celebrity'

The Black Grape frontman swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross and Carole Malone

Friday, July 28, 2017

Friday, July 28, 2017

Sylvester McCoy on Jodie Whittaker, The Hobbit trilogy, and London Comic-Con

Sylvester McCoy on Jodie Whittaker, The Hobbit trilogy, and London Comic-Con

Sylvester McCoy on Jodie Whittaker, The Hobbit trilogy, and London Comic-Con

The Scottish actor, known for his role as the Seventh Doctor and as Radagast the Brown, came onto the talkRADIO airwaves for a chat with Paul Ross

Ministry of Justice report 'symptomatic of everything wrong' in prison service, says POA representative

Prison officers' union blasts Government after report shows wrongful releases at record high

Prison officers' union blasts Government after 'wrongful release' report

Steve Gillan, the Prison Officers Association's General Secretary, spoke to Paul Ross about UK prison services

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

France wildfires: 'No one has told us anything', says travel editor displaced by flames

France wildfires: 'No one has told us anything', says travel editor displaced by flames

France wildfires: 'No one has told us anything', says travel editor

Lisa Minot is the travel editor for The Sun, and has had to evacuate her campsite as the flames spread across southern France

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Arlene Phillips on the Gala for Grenfell and the BBC gender pay gap

Arlene Phillips on the Gala for Grenfell and the BBC gender pay gap

Arlene Phillips on the Gala for Grenfell and the BBC gender pay gap

The former choreographer for BBC Strictly Come Dancing swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross and Carole Malone

Monday, July 24, 2017

Monday, July 24, 2017

Comedian Bill Bailey on his 100 mile walk for Stand Up To Cancer and why he's walking the wrong way

Comedian Bill Bailey on his 100 mile walk for Stand Up To Cancer - and why he's walking the wrong way

Comedian Bill Bailey on his 100 mile walk for Stand Up To Cancer

Bill Bailey is walking in the opposite direction to what is recommended along the Ridgeway so the wind doesn't blow his hair in his face

Friday, July 21, 2017

Friday, July 21, 2017

'Council sent four officials to tell five-year-old she couldn't sell lemonade on the street', says father

Andre Spicer: Father whose five-year-old was fined for selling lemonade describes her ordeal

Father whose five-year-old was fined for selling lemonade describes her ordeal

A five-year-old girl was told she could not sell lemonade on the street without a trading permit and was fined

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Thursday, July 20, 2017

'BBC transparency will prompt it to address issues quickly', says Andrew Bridgen MP

BBC pay row: Tory MP Andrew Bridgen demands licence fee be scrapped

BBC pay row: Tory MP Andrew Bridgen demands licence fee be scrapped

Andrew Bridgen, the MP for North West Leicestershire, spoke to Paul Ross about the broadcaster's revealed talent pay

Monday, July 17, 2017

Monday, July 17, 2017

Actor John Leeson on playing Doctor Who's K9 and the new female Time Lord

Doctor Who star John Leeson on playing K9 and the choice of Jodie Whittaker

Doctor Who's 'K9' says Jodie Whittaker is a wonderful choice

The actor came onto the talkRADIO airwaves for a chat with Paul Ross

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Contaminated blood inquiry 'took far too long in coming', says Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham

Contaminated blood inquiry 'took far too long in coming', says Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham

Contaminated blood inquiry 'took far too long in coming', says Andy Burnham

The Greater Manchester Mayor spoke to Paul Ross in the wake of the Prime Minister's announcement of an inquiry into the scandal

Monday, July 10, 2017

Monday, July 10, 2017

Brexit: 'To carry the whole country with us, this can’t be the Brexit of one political party', says Labour Leave

Labour Leave boss says Theresa May is 'sensible' to seek cross-party support on Brexit

Labour Leave boss says Theresa May 'sensible' to seek cross-party Brexit backing

Theresa May is to ask Jeremy Corbyn for support over Brexit as she wants opposition parties to contribute

Vince Cable believes the public are sick of elections

Lib Dem leader-in-waiting Vince Cable says he doesn't want another general election

Vince Cable says he doesn't want another general election

Cable, the only man challenging for the Lib Dem leadership, suggests he will support Theresa May on Brexit.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Friday, July 7, 2017

Grenfell Tower: 'Sir Martin Moore-Bick has tarred us all with the same brush', says local resident

Grenfell Tower evacuee: 'People will withhold evidence if they don't trust Sir Martin Moore-Bick'

Grenfell evacuee: 'People will withhold evidence if they don't trust the chair'

Local resident Joe Delaney says the Grenfell Tower inquiry chair 'couldn't talk himself out of a pair on underpants at a sex party'

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Theresa May has faced a gruelling period since the election

Tory U-turn: Stop trolling Theresa May, says her former comms director

Tory U-turn: Stop trolling Theresa May, says her former comms director

Downing Street's former director of communications Katie Perrior says the Conservatives U-turn as Theresa May doesn’t have the power to do what she set out

Monday, July 3, 2017

Monday, July 3, 2017

'Ireland should leave the EU as it'll be better off by maintaining its relationship with UK', says former Irish diplomat

'Ireland should leave the EU to maintain its relationship with UK', says former Irish diplomat

'Ireland should leave the EU to maintain its relationship with UK'

Former Irish diplomat Ray Bassett says the country can make its own mind up about decisions rather than letting Brussels do so

Friday, June 30, 2017

Friday, June 30, 2017

'Travelling to the mainland from Northern Ireland for an abortion is bizarrely like booking a holiday'

Travelling to England from Northern Ireland for an abortion 'bizarrely, like booking a holiday'

Travelling to England for an abortion was 'bizarrely, like booking a holiday'

Paul Ross hears from a woman who travelled from Northern Ireland to have an abortion in England

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Thursday, June 29, 2017

'Politicians fall over themselves to praise emergency services, so it's shocking they voted against pay cap end', says Unison

'Politicians fall over themselves to praise emergency services, so it's shocking they voted against pay cap end', say Unison

'It's absolutely shocking MPs would vote against pay cap after praising workers'

Head of health at Unison, Christina McAnea, says she hopes public sector workers will tell Tory politicians what they think of them

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Social Mobility Commission, Baron John Bird, The Big Issue, Social Mobility, Paul Ross, Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast, Money, Budget, Schools, Prison

'Money should be spent on poor people before things go wrong instead of afterwards', says Big Issue founder

'Money should be spent on poor people before things go wrong instead of after'

Baron John Bird says the prison system mainly works against people and the school system has failed

'Company provided cladding for Grenfell Tower knowing it was a fire risk', says journalist

'Company provided cladding for Grenfell Tower knowing it was a fire risk', says journalist

'Company provided cladding for Grenfell Tower knowing it was a fire risk'

Journalist Tom Bergin says the legality of the panels used on Grenfell Tower is not clear

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

'A branch of the magic money tree is falling off as UK saves EU budget contribution', says Conservative MP

'A little branch falling off a magic money tree' as UK keeps EU budget contribution, says Conservative MP

'A branch falling off a magic money tree' as UK keeps EU cash

Conservative MP Bernard Jenkin believes the Tory-DUP deal is good for the country as people voted for the Conservatives to take the UK out of the EU

Monday, June 26, 2017

Monday, June 26, 2017

Warwick Davis on working in the Harry Potter films

Warwick Davis on working in the Harry Potter films

Warwick Davis on working in the Harry Potter films

The actor, who portrayed both Griphook and Professor Flitwick in the films, spoke to Paul Ross about the films on the 20th anniversary of the first book's publishing

Friday, June 23, 2017

Friday, June 23, 2017

John Redwood shares views on Brexit on the anniversary of the EU referendum

Brexit anniversary: 'We're not turning our backs on the continent', says John Redwood

'We're not turning our backs on the continent', says John Redwood

The MP for Wokingham told Paul Ross the UK 'won't turn its back' on the continent

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Queen's Speech 'nails the lie of Brexit being simple', says Sir Vince Cable MP

Queen's Speech 'nails the lie of Brexit being simple', says Lib Dem leadership challenger Vince Cable

Queen's Speech 'nails the lie of Brexit being simple', says Vince Cable

The newly-elected MP for Twickenham and Lib Dem leadership contender spoke to Paul Ross about the State Opening of Parliament

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit', claims James Cleverly MP

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit', claims James Cleverly MP

'Labour have convinced young voters they can stop Brexit'

The MP for Braintree discussed the content of the Queen's Speech made by Queen Elizabeth on Wednesday with Paul Ross

'They can go off and marry American divorcees' - George Galloway shares view of the monarchy's future in Paul Ross interview

George Galloway on the monarchy: 'They should all go off and marry American divorcees'

George Galloway says the royal family 'can go off and marry American divorcees'

James Whale even called in to share his views during George's interview with Paul Ross

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Jerry Springer on World Jewish Relief and dealing with 'divided society'

Jerry Springer: 'We need to stop recruiting terrorists with anti-Muslim policies'

Jerry Springer: 'We must stop recruiting terrorists with anti-Muslim policies'

The talkshow host spoke to Paul Ross live on the Full Set Breakfast this morning

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

'UK prisons are Isis training camps', says Tommy Robinson

'UK prisons are Isis training camps', says English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson

'UK prisons are Isis training camps', says Tommy Robinson

The former leader of the English Defence League said Islamic State were 'breeding an army' in an extended interview with Paul Ross

Friday, June 16, 2017

Friday, June 16, 2017

James May on The Grand Tour, his book, and Richard Hammond's recovery

James May tells us about the new series of The Grand Tour and gives an update on Richard Hammond

James May on The Grand Tour, his book, and Richard Hammond's recovery

The star of 'The Grand Tour' swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Grenfell Tower: 'The building melted in front of my eyes', says witness

Grenfell Tower: 'I saw 25 people die in front of my eyes', says witness

'I saw 25 people die in front of my eyes', says witness

Anne Johnson had only moved to the area a month ago and witnessed the deadly fire on the tower block

Grenfell Tower: anguished resident tells Paul Ross what she saw

Grenfell Tower: Sobbing resident tells horrific story of how neighbour lost his entire family

Sobbing resident tells horrific story of how neighbour lost his entire family

Agnes believes the final death toll will be far higher than 12

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Witness tells harrowing account of Grenfell Tower fire

Witness tells harrowing account of Grenfell Tower fire

'Police were telling us there was no way out for them'

Yasmin, who lives close to the tower block and has family who lived there, spoke to Paul Ross about the fire

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

George Galloway: 'Jeremy Corbyn turned out to be the greatest campaign Labour has ever had in a general election'

George Galloway: 'Jeremy Corbyn is the greatest election campaigner Labour has ever had'

'Jeremy Corbyn is the greatest election campaigner Labour has ever had'

George Galloway spoke to Paul Ross about the Labour leader and the fallout of the general election

Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017

Lord Michael Howard: 'Jeremy Corbyn seems to think he's won a great victory' in Election 2017

Lord Michael Howard: 'Jeremy Corbyn seems to think he's won a great election victory, it's baffling'

Lord Michael Howard: 'Jeremy Corbyn seems to think he's won a great victory'

The former Tory party leader spoke to Paul Ross about the election result and Theresa May

Lord Michael Heseltine: 'Brexit is the cancer gnawing at the heart of the Tory party'

Lord Michael Heseltine: 'Brexit is the cancer gnawing at the heart of the Tory party'

Lord Michael Heseltine: 'Brexit is the cancer gnawing the Tory Party heart'

The former Deputy Prime Minister spoke to Paul Ross about the election result and Brexit

Paul Ross asks Gina Miller: 'Why'd you stick your beak in on Brexit?'

Paul Ross asks Gina Miller: 'If you don't want to be an MP, why'd you stick your beak in on Brexit?'

Paul Ross asks Gina Miller: 'Why'd you stick your beak in on Brexit?'

The businesswoman gave an interview to the Full Set Breakfast show in the wake of the election result

Friday, June 9, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

'The next Conservative leader will probably be Boris Johnson', says Conservative Home

Boris Johnson will most likely replace Theresa May, says Tory blogger Henry Hill

Boris Johnson will most likely replace Theresa May, says Tory blogger Henry Hill

Conservative Home assistant editor Henry Hill tells Paul Ross that Theresa May was desperate not to be defined as the Brexit Prime Minister

Election 2017: UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn compares election decision to social media video

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn: Tories tried to 'mug off' Corbyn

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn: Tories tried to 'mug off' Corbyn

The MEP claimed the result was like 'one of those social media videos where three yobs try to rob an old man [Jeremy Corbyn] who then turns out to be a blackbelt.'

Election 2017: John McDonnell blasts Theresa May for putting 'party before country'

Election 2017: John McDonnell blasts Theresa May for putting 'party before country'

John McDonnell blasts Theresa May for putting 'party before country'

Labour's Shadow Chancellor said the people thought her call to an election for 'party-political advantage' was 'inappropriate'

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Election 2017: 'Recent terror attacks have shifted focus onto national security, but people remember Theresa May cutting police numbers', says Sir Vince Cable

Election 2017: Terror attacks won't necessarily lead to Tory votes, says Vince Cable

Terror attacks won't necessarily lead to Tory election votes, says Vince Cable

Sir Vince Cable spoke to Paul Ross about the upcoming vote on Thursday, saying the Tories' reputation as a party of law and order has been eroded by their current leader

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Diane Abbott interview 'most shocking thing I've ever heard in an election', says Lord Alex Carlile

Diane Abbott interview 'most shocking thing I've ever heard in an election', says UK's former anti-terror boss

Diane Abbott interview 'most shocking thing I've ever heard in an election'

Lord Alex Carlile blasted the shadow home secretary in an interview with Paul Ross

Monday, June 5, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

London Bridge attack: Theresa May's rhetoric 'not terribly helpful', says Emily Thornberry

London Bridge attack: Emily Thornberry accuses Theresa May of playing party politics and says 'enough was enough after 9/11'

Thornberry accuses May of party politics and says 'enough was enough after 9/11'

The shadow foreign secretary spoke to Paul Ross as he aired live from London Bridge in the wake of Saturday's attack

Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday, June 2, 2017

Election 2017: 'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

Election 2017: 'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

The UKIP group leader in the Welsh Assembly spoke to Paul Ross as he broadcasted the Full Set Breakfast live from Cardiff

I'm not pessimistic, I don't do pessimism' - Leanne Wood expresses optimism about Plaid Cymru's election chances

I'm not pessimistic, I don't do pessimism' - Leanne Wood on Plaid Cymru's election chances

'I don't do pessimism' - Leanne Wood on Plaid Cymru's election chances

The leader of the party in the Welsh Assembly spoke to Paul Ross as his Marginal Mystery Tour hits Cardiff

Friday, May 26, 2017

Friday, May 26, 2017

Manchester Arena: 'In our darkest hour, we've seen the best of our country', says Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham

Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says Jeremy Corbyn terror speech is wrong

Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says Corbyn has it all wrong

The mayor of Greater Manchester spoke to Paul Ross about the community in the wake of the terror attack on Monday

Lou Ferrigno on The Hulk, Comic Con, and working with Michael Jackson

WATCH Hulk star Lou Ferrigno responds when Paul Ross challenges him to an arm wrestle

Watch Hulk star Lou Ferrigno's response when Paul Ross demands an arm wrestle

The actor and former professional body builder swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross

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