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
Adam Bienkov says London will remain a great financial centre
A caller to Iain Lee's show last night had a rather unusual theory on the Queen.
Julia said Miliband lacks the personality to affect a real improvement in Labour's fortunes as the successor to Jeremy Corbyn
Galloway was moved to defend himself after Mark, from Battersea, sent him a rather provocative message
Galloway said the SNP's rule north of the border has gone on too long
George Galloway believes we don't need the royal family as it's the place, not the people who are truly historic
Galloway says he has concrete evidence to prove hack wasn't carried out by Russians
Suze told the harrowing story over her husband's death - leaving Iain lost for words
Galloway said Obama's multiple foreign policy failures were the real reason for his decision to expel 35 Russian diplomats
George was initially interested to hear what Ken had to say - but it didn't last
Today's Big Debate was about lips
Galloway says the principle of hereditary monarchy is ridiculous - you wouldn't expect it in any other walk of life
Charlie Wolf tells Julia Hartley-Brewer Trump plays by his own rules, just like the legendary boxer
Steve Topple gave his view on Jeremy Corbyn after Barack Obama suggested the Labour Party is 'disintegrating' due to the fact it has lost touch with reality
Warwick Davis says Carrie Fisher was 'such a brilliant, funny woman.'
Steve Sidwell also says Michael was planning work for the near future and the news came as a great shock
LGBT rights campaigner said Michael and other gay performers had to endure horrendous treatment during the 1980s
Pickard said Smith's timing was incredible and she was proof that it's never too old to succeed as an actor
Farage told James Whale he wants to drive home Brexit and sure people got what they voted for
Peter Wilding says he accepts referendum result but UK must not be 'arsonist of Europe'
Guitarist Dave Randall also joins George for a very special session
Galloway speaks to former NHS chairman Roy Lilley and suggests NHS would work fine if it were properly resourced
Steve Hedley was speaking to talkRADIO after news of fresh strikes on the London underground
Herbert says faulty camera claims are completely fabricated and aimed at bringing down the Government
Ken, a committed Christian, called in to discuss the decision by King's College London to remove the picture of the former Archbishop of Canterbury for his views on gay marriage
Tom Harris, a former Labour MP-turned-Telegraph commentator, told Sam Delaney the party are unelectable under Corbyn
Galloway said the Zurich mosque shooting has received little to no attention
James also suggests Britain should give up the Commonwealth as well the EU as it 'gives us nothing'
George believes 'Russian revenge could be swift and brutal' if Turkey is found to be in any way culpable for today's assassination in Ankara
Simon Woolley said Monmouth MP's comments 'feed into an institutional narrative that people of colour are of less worth and value'
Cash says his members are prepared to be reasonable - but Chris Grayling won't deal with them
Jenkins says 'if you're being selected for important jobs these days, the best thing you can be is a black woman'
Galloway says Johnson at least has charisma unlike 'empty vessel' May
Galloway says he and Jon Lansman have long-standing differences but Momentum founder is infinitely preferable to hard-left 'rag-bag'
Our presenter gave the Lock Stock star both smoking barrels for turning up late - but Dexter was in no mood to apologise