The debate on Brexit became very heated as each member of the panel argued their point with force
Mark rang Iain Lee and wanted to talk about a whole host of countries, but unfortunately he didn't get to share his view
A debate hosted by Sam Delaney will take place in April at News UK, featuring presenters MPs, broadcasters and journalists
Eyewitness says he initially thought the attack was deliberate as carnage on Westminster Bridge unfolded
BBC says it is providing unbiased scrutiny of Brexit and will continue to do so
Galloway likens himself to Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola and Matt Busby as he announces intention to run
Iain's inability to mangle his dull middle English accent proved his undoing as Billy wiped the floor with him.
There's a vegetable crisis sweeping the nation, so Jon sent not one, but two people to cover it
Tom's phone sounds 'like R2D2 having a fit', much to Iain's frustration
In a post-homophobic society, there'll be no need to define oneself as no-one will care who we love and sleep with
Whittle says Nigel Farage is free to say what he thinks and Muslim ban protesters are just 'hysterical' Trump haters
Efraim Zuroff, the director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, spoke to Paul Ross in the wake of Holocaust Memorial day on Friday
Gordon Taylor said offers of help have been put forward on several occasions, but every attempt has been rebuffed
Stiles paved the way for the modern United and helped make football our national obsession. It's time to repay our debt
Sim Harris says core issue underpinning recent wave of strikes would not be resolved with change of ownership
Elliott wants a job in the media and Iain gave him some priceless tips on how to go about it
Iain Lee had a chat with a caller on his show, and they both agreed that James Whale's show is slightly stuck in the past
If we needed any more proof of the folly of Trident, the mis-fire debable has provided it
But George still thinks Donald Trump is a better choice of leader than Hillary Clinton
The talkshow host spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer on talkRADIO hours before Trump is sworn in as president
Piers Morgan believes the UK has far worse politicians than Donald Trump
George Galloway believes Nigel Farage's radio show was not scheduled at the same time as his due to fear of competition
Peter Whittle told Julia Hartley-Brewer that nothing has yet been agreed - but refuses to rule out Nuttall standing
Theresa May talks of preserving the union but the promises made in her Brexit speech yesterday were inimical to that aim
George and Aaron Bastani put forward sharply contrasting views on Jeremy Corbyn and freedom of movement
Sean Dilley says Mrs May's speech doesn't really change anything, despite the hype
Duncan Smith told Sam Delaney that several pieces of legislation are already going through Congress to facilitate the trade deal
Gove tells talkRADIO 'people should have a sense of humour' about his photo with Mr Trump and insists he is strictly neutral on the President-elect.
Grieve thinks post-Brexit tariffs will destroy British industry - but Julia strongly disagrees
Bernard Jenkin MP spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer in the wake of the pound dropping in value as a result of Theresa May's reported 'hard Brexit' speech
Presenter Harriet Minter and panelists Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton will provide a fun, frank and fearless take on female issues
Mr Trump's tweet was reckless and insensitive. He must do better as president
Godley told Iain about the video she has filmed taking the pee out of Donald Trump
McAfee says that hacking is the modern-day equivalent of nuclear war 'and no-one has a bomb shelter'
McAfee said the incoming US President is an idiot if he doesn't deny Russia's involvement
McAfee tells talkRADIO the hack was far too unsophisticated to have been organised by the Russian Government.
If you're looking for a song to cheer you up, this probably isn't the one
Galloway says the idea that Russia should be impartial is simply nonsense
Today Jon Holmes opened his show with a promise to provide 'comfort and entertainment,' as he tried out 'self-righteous twaddle'
Galloway said the EU is responsible for much of the heartache witnessed in recent years