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.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Matt Edmondson on the Xtra Factor, friendship with Rylan, and working with Simon

Matt Edmondson on the Xtra Factor, friendship with Rylan Clark-Neal, and working with Simon Cowell

Matt Edmondson on the Xtra Factor, Rylan, and working with Simon Cowell

The presenter gave Paul Ross the scoop ahead of the X Factor's launch on Saturday night

Children's TV personality Justin Fletcher on sign language, Peter Kay and the Railway Children

Children's TV personality Justin Fletcher on sign language, Peter Kay and 'The Railway Children'

Justin Fletcher on sign language, Peter Kay and 'The Railway Children'

The children's TV actor revealed how character Mr Tumble came about

Camber Sands drownings: 'We need to continually assess the safety factors of the beach', says Rother culture and tourism councillor

Camber Sands drownings: Lifeguards will be on duty over bank holiday weekend, confirms tourism councillor

Camber Sands drownings: Lifeguards to be drafted in over bank holiday weekend

The beach will be closely monitored following the deaths of five people this week

Celebrity Big Brother: Stephen Bear will win, claims Andy West

Celebrity Big Brother: Stephen Bear will win, claims Andy West

Celebrity Big Brother: Stephen Bear will win, claims Andy West

The former housemate thinks the CBB troublemaker will come out on top

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Proxima b: Space expert highlights the potential of exo-planet to sustain life

Proxima b: Space expert highlights the potential of exo-planet to sustain life

Proxima b: Space expert highlights the potential of exo-planet to sustain life

The planet is only 4.2 light years away from Earth

Actor John Challis on Boycie, spin offs and 'Are You Being Served?'

Actor John Challis on Boycie, spin offs and 'Are You Being Served?'

Actor John Challis on Boycie, spin offs and 'Are You Being Served?'

He will play the role of Captain Peacock in this weekend's revival of the classic BBC sitcom

Camber Sands drowings: Royal National Lifeboat Institution member offers key advice for UK beachgoers

Camber Sands drownings: Royal National Lifeboat Institution member offers key advice for UK beachgoers

Camber Sands drownings: RNLI member offers advice for UK beachgoers

A total of 12 people have died on Britain's coasts this week

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Airport laser incidents: expert explains guidelines after the Civil Aviation Authority call to arrest users

Airport laser incidents: Expert explains guidelines after Civil Aviation Authority call to arrest users

Airport laser incidents: Expert explains rules after CAA calls for user arrests

The Civil Aviation Authority has insisted people found with laser pointers need to be arrested - even if they aren't using them

INCREDIBLE! Jersey Boys' cast perform 31 songs in under one minute live on air!

INCREDIBLE! Jersey Boys' cast perform 31 songs in under one minute live on air!

INCREDIBLE! Jersey Boys' cast perform 31 songs in under one minute live on air!

They also chatted about meeting Frankie Valli and performing night after night on stage

Great British Bake Off: Chetna Makan on the secrets behind the show and the 'real' Paul Hollywood

Great British Bake Off: Chetna Makan on the secrets behind the show and the 'real' Paul Hollywood

GBBO: Chetna Makan on the secrets behind the show and the 'real' Paul Hollywood

The former semi-finalist reveals what competing in the show is really like

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Jane McDonald on her beginnings, upcoming Making Memories tour, and Loose Women

Jane McDonald on her beginnings, upcoming Making Memories tour, and Loose Women

Jane McDonald on her beginnings, upcoming Making Memories tour, and Loose Women

The TV presenter and singer popped by the talkRADIO studios for a chat with Paul Ross

A report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies has revealed women’s pay falls 33% behind men’s after having a baby

Government should punish firms which maintain gender pay gap, says leader of Women's Equality Party

'Government should punish firms which maintain gender pay gap'

Sophie Walker also told talkRADIO government-funded childcare should be available for all children

Monday, August 22, 2016

Monday, August 22, 2016

Gaziantep Attack: Terrorism expert explains why ISIS are most likely responsible for Gaziantep suicide bomber

Gaziantep massacre: Isis most likely responsible, says terror expert

Isis most likely responsible for Gaziantep massacre, says terror expert

A suicide bomber killed 51 and injured 69 people in Gaziantep on Saturday night

Daily Mail journalist Peter Hitchens savages the Olympics

Rio2016: Britain 'cares far too much about the Olympics'

Britain cares far too much about the Olympics, says Peter Hitchens

Mail On Sunday journalist Peter Hitchens blasted 'the fuss' Britain and other countries create around the competition

Journalist explains Sadiq Khan's decision to back Owen Smith

Jeremy Corbyn 'lost Saqid Khan's support during Brexit campaign'

Jeremy Corbyn 'lost Saqid Khan's support during Brexit campaign'

Guardian commentator Dave Hill tells Paul Ross that Corbyn's lack of clarity over Brexit was a key factor in Khan's decision

Friday, August 19, 2016

Friday, August 19, 2016

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 20

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 20

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 20

Check out the latest Paul Ross Podcast

Miss Great Britain Deone Robertson addresses the reports of a dispute with Zara Holland after Loose Women appearance

Miss Great Britain Deone Robertson addresses Zara Holland fight reports after Loose Women appearance

Miss Great Britain Deone Robertson addresses Zara Holland fight reports

The model cleared up the rumours of a fight between the two women after ITV's Loose Women stopped broadcasting

Essex dog attack: behaviour expert blames owner for Halstead incident

Essex dog attack: owner blamed for child's death in Halstead

Essex dog attack: behaviour expert blames owner for Halstead incident

Training expert Sheila Hamilton-Andrews said owners need to take more responsibility

This photo of a boy in Syria has caused outrage across the world

Syrian boy photo: 'Harrowing image of Omran Daqneesh Must Spur UN into Action'

Harrowing image of Syrian boy Omran Daqneesh 'must spur UN into action'

Save the Children says UN must 'wake up' and work out a way to resolve the Syrian conflict after the picture of a wounded boy on the back of an ambulance went round the world

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Doctor Who's Colin Baker on narration, writing columns and becoming the Doctor

Doctor Who's Colin Baker on narration, writing columns and becoming the Doctor

Doctor Who's Colin Baker on narration, writing columns and becoming the Doctor

Paul Ross was joined by the former Doctor

Students open their A level results live on air

A-Level Results 2016: Students open their A-level results live on air

Students open their A-level results live on air

Paul Ross invited students to take a first look at their results live to the nation. Thankfully both got the results they wanted!

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Leigh-On-Sea has been named as the happiest place to live in Britain

Essex fishing village Leigh-on-Sea named Britain's capital of happiness

Essex fishing village Leigh-on-Sea named Britain's capital of happiness

Harrogate has been knocked off top spot after three years at number one

'Long overdue' - Quilliam Foundation researcher explains Anjem Choudary's conviction

Anjem Choudary Isis conviction 'long overdue' says anti-extremism expert

Anjem Choudary Isis conviction 'long overdue' says anti-extremism expert

Usama Hasan told Paul Ross Choudary has been 'one of the most dangerous men in Britain for 20 years.'

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Rail fares are set to increase by 1.9% in 2017

Rail Fares: Green Party leader Natalie Bennett says privatisation 'has failed'

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett tears into rail privatisation

Bennett says railways are run for 'shareholders not passengers' with fares set for a further increase of 1.9%

Monday, August 15, 2016

Monday, August 15, 2016

Gay ‘kissathon’ protest organiser says demo in Hackney Sainsbury’s was ‘display of defiance’

Gay ‘kissathon’ protest organiser says demo in Hackney Sainsbury’s was ‘display of defiance’

‘Kissathon’ organiser says Sainsbury’s demo was ‘display of defiance'

The demo followed an incident where a woman complained about a gay couple in a Sainsbury's Local

Friday, August 12, 2016

Friday, August 12, 2016

Jeff Stelling on theme tunes, football and his new quiz show!

Sky Soccer Saturday host Jeff Stelling discusses his new quiz show Alphabetical

Sky Soccer Saturday host Jeff Stelling discusses his new quiz show Alphabetical

The popular sports presenter joins talkRADIO's Paul Ross to talk A-Z, theme tunes and the new Premier League season…

Thailand attacks: 'The country is stunned', says editor of Phuket News

Thailand attacks: "The country is stunned", says editor of Phuket News

Thailand attacks have left the country 'stunned', says editor of Phuket News

Chris Husted tells Paul Ross that coordinated attacks on tourist hot-spots Hua Hin and Phuket have left Thais as bewildered as everybody else…

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Trevor Dion Nicholas on starring in Aladdin the Musical and Robin Williams

Trevor Dion Nicholas on starring in Aladdin the Musical and Robin Williams

WATCH:Trevor Dion Nicholas on starring in Aladdin and Robin Williams

The star of the much-loved musical spoke to the Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast show about the production

'We need to put this into context', says professor on study into babies fertility levels

Study showing chemotherapy drug 'could affect fertility' for unborn girls has to be taken in context, says leading professor

Study showing chemo drug 'affects girls' fertility' has to be taken in context

A new study has found that a chemotherapy treatment can affect ovary-development in mice. The former chair of the British Fertility Society tells talkRADIO it's too early to jump to conclusions that it has the same effect on humans…

'Court rooms could turn into Jeremy Kyle' if swearing continues, says etiquette coach

"F*** off your honour", "F*** off yourself" - Court rooms could turn into the Jeremy Kyle Show, etiquette expert tells talkRADIO

"F*** off your honour", "F*** off yourself", the Jeremy Kyle-ification of courts

Etiquette expert William Hanson tells talkRADIO that Judge Patricia Lynch's expletive-laden outburst at a defendant, while understandable, risks turning the courtroom into a circus…

X Factor's Ray Quinn on acting etiquette, Dancing on Ice and his new musical!

X Factor star Ray Quinn on acting etiquette, Dancing on Ice and his new musical

X Factor star Ray Quinn on acting etiquette, Dancing on Ice and his new musical

The popular singer is a busy boy, and he tells Paul Ross about all the exciting projects he has coming up as well as reflecting on an acting career that began as a 10-year-old…

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Olympic bosses "passed the buck" on banning Russia's drug cheats, says Paralympic legend Tanni Grey-Thompson

Olympic bosses "passed the buck" on banning Russia's drug cheats, says Paralympic legend Tanni Grey-Thompson

Tanni Grey-Thompson: Olympic bosses "passed the buck" on banning Russia

The former wheelchair-racer won 11 gold medals across five Paralympic Games for Great Britain. She tells Paul Ross why the Olympic approach was unfair, and why it is right to take a hard line in the fight against doping…

Happy BRAnniversary! Paul Ross speaks to a bra fitter to mark 90 years since it went on sale at Marks & Spencer

Happy BRAnniversary! It's 90 years since the bra went on sale on the High Street

Happy BRAnniversary! It's 90 years since the bra went on sale on the High Street

The Queen's undergarment fitter talks to Paul Ross about the birth of a revolution in women's clothing, and why 85% of people are still wearing the wrong size. We're hooked…

Monday, August 8, 2016

Monday, August 8, 2016

John 'Nasty Nick' Altman on Eastenders, his autobiography, and busking for the anti-terror squad

John 'Nasty Nick' Altman on EastEnders, his autobiography, and busking for the anti-terror squad

EastEnders legend on Albert Square and busking for the anti-terror squad

'Nasty Nick' actor John Altman dropped into the talkRADIO studio to chat to Paul Ross about his new autobiography, and memories of his 37 year career on stage and screen…

Michele Verroken backs the International Paralympic Committee's blanket ban on Russia

"Let's look at where responsibility really lies" - UK anti-doping expert backs Russia's Paralympic Games ban

Russia Paralympic Games ban: "Let's look at where responsibility really lies"

Michele Verroken, for 18 years head of anti-doping in the UK, says that the International Paralympic Committee are right to ban Russian athletes from competing in Rio…

Labour MP and chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee Keith Vaz has told talkRADIO that there is a simple solution to accusations of a conflict of interest in Jeremy Corbyn's nomination for a peerage for Shami Chakrabarti

Chakrabarti, independence and anti-semitism: "easy to check", says MP Vaz

Chakrabarti, independence and anti-semitism: "easy to check", says MP Vaz

The chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee, Keith Vaz, tells talkRADIO that it is simple to establish whether or not the human rights' activist's peerage nomination affected the independence of inquiry into racism in the Labour Party…

Friday, August 5, 2016

Friday, August 5, 2016

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast Podcast - Week 19

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast Podcast - Episode 19

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast Podcast - Episode 19

Check out the latest highlights from our Full Set Breakfast show

British firms are being encouraged by the TUC to offer flexible working or allow staff to watch big events from home once the Olympic Games gets underway.

"Let staff watch the Olympics at work", TUC advises employers

"Let staff watch the Olympics at work", TUC advises employers

Staff should not face the high jump if they want to take a break and enjoy the Olympic Games over the next fortnight. The Trades Union Congress are urging businesses to make provisions for employees to watch wrestling, take in the taekwondo or roar on the rowers…

Sam Bailey on The X Factor, working as a prison guard, and upcoming album Sing My Heart Out

WATCH: Sam Bailey on winning X Factor, new album Sing My Heart Out…and life as a prison guard

WATCH: Sam Bailey on winning X Factor, her new album…and life as a prison guard

The 2013 winner of ITV's smash-hit singing show came into the talkRADIO studios to catch up with Paul Ross and tell listeners what's been going on in her life as she releases her latest collection, Sing My Heart Out…

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Refugee crisis: 'France and Britain seem to be playing bureaucratic ping pong', says Citizens UK

Refugee Crisis: "France and Britain are playing bureaucratic ping pong", say Citizens UK

Refugee Crisis: "France and Britain playing bureaucratic ping pong"

Social justice campaign group Citizens UK say that the government need to make it easier for unaccompanied refugee children to be reunited with their families…

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Lynne Sandford, the mother of the 20-year-old British man accused of intending to shoot US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has told talkRADIO that "my world just stopped" when she heard of the charges facing her son.

"My world just stopped" - Lynne Sandford on her son Michael's alleged attempted shooting of Donald Trump

Trump shooting suspect's mum: "My world just stopped"

Lynne Sandford has launched a crowdfunding campaign to try to bring home son Michael, who faces 30 years in jail after an alleged attempt to shoot US presidential candidate…

Popular TV actor Martin Shaw, famous for starring roles in Judge John Deed, The Professionals and Inspector George Gently, came into the talkRADIO studios today (Tuesday) to chat with Paul Ross.   Shaw, currently starring in the play Hobson's Choice at London's Vaudeville Theatre, discussed his almost 50 years in showbusinesses, picking out some favourite memories of his time on stage and screen.

Judge John Deed actor Martin Shaw on sideburns, South Africa and Hobson’s Choice!

Judge John Deed star Martin Shaw on sideburns, South Africa and Hobson’s Choice!

The TV actor reminisces on almost 50 years in showbiz as he pops into the studio with Paul Ross…

Monday, August 1, 2016

Monday, August 1, 2016

Holidays, getting lost and Wind in the Willows - Comedian Rufus Hound joins Paul Ross

Comedian Rufus Hound on holidays, getting lost and Wind in the Willows

Rufus Hound on holidays, getting lost and Wind in the Willows

The comedian and actor shares his thoughts and memories with talkRADIO listeners…

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Paul Ross chats to speed reader who finished the script in 27 minutes

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Paul Ross chats to speed reader who finished the script in 27 minutes

"I finished Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in 27 minutes"

Six-time speed-reading world champion Anne Jones talks to Paul Ross, after polishing off the screenplay for JK Rowling's latest offering in double-quick time…

'I have to say critics in the Labour Party are a bit misplaced' - George Pascoe-Watson plays down David Cameron's Honours List row

Honours list row: 'Critics in the Labour Party are a bit misplaced' - The Sun's ex-political editor plays down David Cameron's 'cronies list'

Honours list row: 'Critics are a bit misplaced' – The Sun's ex-political editor

George Pascoe-Watson tells listeners the David Cameron's so-called 'cronies list' is what "every outgoing prime minister has always done. It's recognition of loyalty"…

Friday, July 29, 2016

Friday, July 29, 2016

Podcast - Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Week 18

Podcast - Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 18

Podcast - Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 18

Check out the highlights from the Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast Show

New Bobby Moore sculpture captures 'his likeliness but also his elegance and grace', says Roberta Moore

'Elegant and graceful': Bobby Moore is back at Wembley, and raising funds for charity

'Elegant and graceful': Bobby Moore is back at Wembley

To commemorate 50 years since England's World Cup win, Roberta Moore has commissioned six statues of her famous dad, with funds raised from their sale going to help local schoolchildren…

Claire Sweeney on starring in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and a very special quiz

Claire Sweeney on Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, donning bondage gear and being a 'West End Wendy'

Claire Sweeney on Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, bondage and 'West End Wendy'

The popular actress, singer and presenter gives talkRADIO listeners the lowdown on her love of musical theatre, and her latest role as Baroness Bomburst in a children's classic…

Paul Ross meets the man who's caught every Pokémon on Pokémon Go

Look who caught 'em all: Paul Ross meets the first Brit to master Pokémon Go

Look who caught 'em all: Paul Ross meets the first Brit to master Pokémon Go

Father-of-four Sam Clark claims to have rounded-up all 143 characters from the smash hit online game. Listen in as Paul wonders how his wife puts up with it…

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Comedian Shappi Khorsandi joins Paul Ross on her new book!

TV comedian Shappi Khorsandi in the studio with Paul Ross

TV comedian Shappi Khorsandi in the studio with Paul Ross

The comedian reveals the inspiration for her coming of age novel

UKIP's Suzanne Evans does the Paul Ross Paper Review

UKIP leadership: 'Lisa Duffy is straightforward, honest and decent. She'll make a change from Nigel Farage' - Suzanne Evans nails her colours to the mast

UKIP leadership: 'Lisa Duffy's honest and decent. She's a change from Farage'

The party's former spokesperson, Suzanne Evans, tells talkRADIO's Paul Ross her thoughts on the upcoming leadership battle

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tattoo Fixers stars Steven 'Sketch' Porter and Paisley Thomas chat to Paul Ross

WATCH: Tattoo Fixers stars Steven 'Sketch' Porter and Paisley Thomas chat to Paul Ross

WATCH: Tattoo Fixers' Steven 'Sketch' Porter and Paisley Thomas in the studio

The stars of the hit E4 show tell Full Set Breakfast host Paul Ross about their unexpected success and look forward to an upcoming summer spin-off

A 26-year-old local man has been arrested following Japan's worst mass-killing since World War II

Japan care home attack: Suspect 'wanted all disabled people to disappear'

Japan care home attack: Suspect 'wanted all disabled people to disappear'

Anna Fifield, Tokyo bureau chief for The Washington Post, explains the apparent motives behind the attack which left 19 dead

Monday, July 25, 2016

Monday, July 25, 2016

'A catalogue of failure' - Frank Field MP blasts Sir Philip Green over BHS

BHS collapse: 'A catalogue of failure' - Frank Field MP blasts Sir Philip Green over downfall of former retail giant

BHS collapse: 'A catalogue of failure' - Sir Philip Green blasted for downfall

Frank Field, chairman of the House of Commons work and pensions select committee, tells talkRADIO that "one person stands responsible" for the liquidation of the former retail giant

'Most of us are mystified' - Sports consultant slams the International Olympic Committee for failing to ban Russia from Rio 2016

'Most of us are mystified' - former head of UK anti-doping slams the International Olympic Committee for failing to ban Russia from Rio 2016

Failure to ban Russia from Olympics is 'mystifying' says UK anti-doping expert

Michele Verroken says the International Olympic Committee's decision not to ban Russia from the Games, despite what has been described as state-sponsored doping, is 'hugely disappointing'

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