By Amy Southall

Monday 25 April 2016

Monday 25 April 2016

'I was beside myself, it was a dream come true' - Eric Bana relives a call from Ricky Gervais

'I was beside myself, it was a dream come true' - Eric Bana relives a call from Ricky Gervais

'I was beside myself' - Eric Bana relives a call from Ricky Gervais

The Australian stars new Netflix original 'Special Correspondents'

'You did it as a provocation to me' - It's George Galloway v Julia Hartley-Brewer

'You did it as a provocation to me' - It's George Galloway v Julia Hartley-Brewer

'You did it as provocation to me' - It's George Galloway v Julia Hartley-Brewer

The pair's twitter argument was replayed on air on Monday morning

Dr Hamed Khan claims NHS care will be better during the junior doctors' strike

Quality of care provided during strike action 'will be no less than when junior doctors are working', claims Dr Hamed Khan

Dr Hamed Khan claims NHS care will be better during the junior doctors' strike

More senior and better qualified staff will cover gaps during industrial action

Thursday 21 April 2016

Thursday 21 April 2016

Everyone has a responsibility to help combat loneliness

We all have a responsibility to help combat loneliness, says leading health professional

We all have a responsibility to help combat loneliness, say health professionals

New research has revealed loneliness is linked to heart disease and stroke risk

Interview: Mark Watson on the 'Edinburgh Olympics' and his forthcoming Dubai thriller

Interview: Mark Watson on the 'Edinburgh Olympics' and his forthcoming Dubai thriller

Interview: Mark Watson on the 'Edinburgh Olympics' and his new Dubai thriller

The comedian and novelist joined Jon Holmes for a chat

Wednesday 20 April 2016

Wednesday 20 April 2016

Alex Lowe: 'I have real admiration for Victoria Wood'

Alex Lowe: 'I have real admiration for Victoria Wood'

Alex Lowe: 'I have real admiration for Victoria Wood'

Comedian and actor pays a moving tribute to the much-loved performer

Warning: removing 'chuggers' could upset natural balance on our streets

Warning: removing 'chuggers' could upset natural balance on our streets

Warning: removing 'chuggers' could upset natural balance on our streets

Zoologist Sasha Norris warns that removing fundraisers could cause harm to the environment

Circumcision Debate: Charity manager dismisses health claims about the procedure

Circumcision Debate: Charity manager dismisses health claims about the procedure

Circumcision Debate: Charity manager dismisses health claims about the procedure

David Smith of 15 Square says the decision to undergo the operation should be up to individuals themselves

Tuesday 19 April 2016

Tuesday 19 April 2016

Hundreds of people dying is starting to be seen as 'a normal event'

Hundreds of people dying is starting to be seen as 'a normal event', claims director of Migrant Rights Network

Hundreds of people dying is starting to be seen as 'a normal event'

The director of Migrant Rights Network, Don Flynn, claims migrant lives are not being valued enough

Celebrity Injunction: Supreme Court ruling could change press freedom for ever

Celebrity Injunction: Supreme Court ruling could change press freedom for ever

Celebrity Injunction: Supreme Court ruling could change press freedom for ever

Neil Midgley on the legal decision that could have far reaching consequences

Monday 18 April 2016

Monday 18 April 2016

A former detective inspector from the Specialist Crime Directorate has told talkRADIO stalking cases are not dealt with thoroughly enough by police

Police have a 'lack of understanding' about stalking, claims former Met Detective Hamish Brown

Police have a 'lack of understanding' about stalking, claims Hamish Brown

The former Metropolitan Police Detective says officers need more training and awareness

John Whittingdale scandal is 'the hypocrisy of Fleet Street', claims John McCririck

John Whittingdale scandal is 'the hypocrisy of Fleet Street', claims John McCririck

Whittingdale scandal is 'the hypocrisy of Fleet Street', claims McCririck

John McCririck slams journalists for not printing the story

Friday 15 April 2016

Friday 15 April 2016

Lord Robathan insists SAS hero Albert Patterson's prison sentence is 'disproportionate'

Lord Robathan insists SAS hero Albert Patterson's prison sentence is 'disproportionate'

Lord Robathan insists SAS hero's prison sentence is 'disproportionate'

Falklands veteran was jailed after a gun was discovered at his home

Thursday 14 April 2016

Thursday 14 April 2016

The Diversity Paper Review: Loch Ness monster, 'Bust in Britain' and celebrity kids looking like their dads

The Diversity Paper Review: Loch Ness monster, 'Bust in Britain' and celebrity kids looking like their dads

The Diversity Paper Review: Monsters, boobs and celebrity children

Jon Holmes and co get the real stories behind the headlines

Warning! Tax and benefit changes in the next few years could cause UK poverty to rise

Warning! Tax and benefit changes in the next few years could cause UK poverty to rise

Warning! Tax and benefit changes could cause UK poverty to rise

Unicef's 'Report Card 13' ranks the UK in last place for children's healthy eating out of 37 countries

Tuesday 12 April 2016

Tuesday 12 April 2016

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks - do we need skin?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks - do we need skin?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks - do we need skin?

Jon Holmes wonders if we really need to bother with skin?

Monday 11 April 2016

Monday 11 April 2016

Pest Controller Jeff Sullivan exterminated a rat measuring two feet

Is Britain at risk of a giant rat invasion?

Is Britain at risk of a giant rat invasion?

Pest Controller Jeff Sullivan exterminated a rodent measuring two feet at the weekend

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