Jonny Gould feat. Ash

The two most unlikely brothers on the planet stop arguing for three hours to bring you the ideal antidote to Corrie and EastEnders.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

'I'd like to give individuals at Fifa who banned poppies a tiny slap round the head', says Godfrey Bloom

Former UKIP MEP Godfrey Bloom says he'd like to slap FIFA poppy-banners

Godfrey Bloom says he'd like to slap Fifa poppy-banners

FIFA has refused to allow England and Scotland football players to wear poppies on the pitch, despite their match being on Armistice Day

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

'Police who falsified evidence at Orgreave were given the confidence to do it again at Hillsborough', says Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign

Hillsborough cover-up scandal was born at Orgreave, says campaigner

Hillsborough cover-up scandal was born at Orgreave, says campaigner

The Government has ruled that there will not a an inquiry into what happened at Orgreave, which has left campaigners furious

Friday, October 21, 2016

Friday, October 21, 2016

'The social prestige of knighthood is worth millions to Sir Philip Green, he may pay out in order to keep it', says Awards Intelligence

Sir Philip Green 'may pay to keep knighthood'

'The social prestige of knighthood is worth millions to Sir Philip Green'

MPs have backed calls for Sir Philip Green to be stripped of his knighthood, however a decision will have to be made by the Honours Forfeiture Committee

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Calais Jungle children: Lord Alf Dubs calls for greater focus on safety over age

UK Calais Jungle children: Lord Alf Dubs says we must focus on safety, not age

Lord Alf Dubs demands we focus on Calais children's safety, not their age

There have been some questions as to whether some of the children arriving into the UK this week are really children

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

'Trade unions are inappropriate for Britain and should have immunity from legal action removed', says leading journalist

Southern Rail crisis: 'Sorry Jeremy Corbyn but unions have no place in modern Britain'

'Sorry Jeremy Corbyn but unions have no place in modern Britain'

Journalist Leo McKinstry says trade unions and their 'radical ideology' are out of step with 21st century society

'The Department for Transport are calling the shots on Southern Rail', says Aslef

Southern Rail crisis: Department for Transport calling the shots, says Aslef union

Southern Rail crisis: Department for Transport calling the shots, says union

The Aslef union have announced their plan to ballot train drivers on industrial action, as strikes from the RMT union continue this week

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

UKIP: 'Party's in terminal crisis', says John Rentoul after Steven Woolfe leaves

UKIP is 'a trainwreck in terminal crisis' after Steven Woolfe departure, says John Rentoul

UKIP is 'a trainwreck in terminal crisis after Steven Woolfe departure'

The Independent's chief political commentator labeled the party a 'trainwreck'

'Theresa May might be ruing making somebody as independent as Philip Hammond her Chancellor', says Conservative Home

Theresa May might rue making Philip Hammond her Chancellor, says Tory insider

Theresa May might rue making Philip Hammond her Chancellor, says Tory insider

Reports have claimed Philip Hammond has attempted to slow down the Brexit process, however Downing Street have claimed the Prime Minister has confidence in the Chancellor

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

'Hillary Clinton's strategy is to ensure everyone keeps talking about Trump', says American radio host

'Hillary Clinton has a very clear strategy - keep everyone talking about Donald Trump'

'Clinton has a very clear strategy - keep everyone talking about Trump'

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took part in their second Presidential debate this week, after a new video surfaced of comments Trump made in 2005

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Thursday, October 6, 2016

'Theresa May's combination of ideas might work for us', says Nick de Bois

'Theresa May doesn't have an ideology, she has a mission' says former Tory MP Nick de Bois

'Theresa May doesn't have an ideology, she has a mission' says former Tory MP

Former MP praised Mrs May's hour-long speech yesterday at the Conservative Party Conference

UK should have more children to curb immigration, says Ukip MEP David Coburn

Ukip MEP David Coburn's answer to immigration problem: 'UK couples should have more kids'

Ukip MEP says British couples should have more kids to curb immigration

The MEP also endorses Steven Woolfe for the next leader of Ukip

Friday, September 30, 2016

Friday, September 30, 2016

Sexism in the workplace: 'We should be mindful of words and the effects they can have on a woman', says Special K

Bird, doll, hormonal and other sexist words 'have no place in the workplace'

Bird, doll, hormonal and other sexist words 'have no place in the workplace'

Special K spokeswoman Louise Thompson Davies discusses the company's new research into sexism at work

Liam Fox speech: 'It's the strongest hint we leave the EU customs union'

Brexit: Liam Fox speech 'is strongest hint yet UK will leave EU customs union'

Brexit: Liam Fox speech 'is strongest hint yet UK will leave EU customs union'

Stephen Booth, the co-director of Open Europe, spoke candidly about the International Trade Secretary's speech

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

'The only job Sam Allardyce wanted in football was the one he's just got the bullet from'

'The only job Sam Allardyce wanted in football was the one he's just got the bullet from', says talkSPORT's Andy Goldstein

Andy Goldstein gives his view on Sam Allardyce leaving his position

Sam Allardyce has left his position as England manager by a mutal agreement with the Football Association

Friday, September 23, 2016

Friday, September 23, 2016

Red Dwarf is 'a pioneer' in remakes, says podcast host

Red Dwarf remake will be a huge success, says podcast host

Red Dwarf remake will be a huge success, says podcast host

CustardTV host Gary Redrup explained why he feels the remake of Red Dwarf will smash it out of the park

'If Labour gets itself together we can come back into government quite quickly', says Labour's Progress

We must stay and fight Jeremy Corbyn if he wins Labour leadership contest, says Blairite pressure group

We must stay and fight Corbyn if he remains leader, says Blairite pressure group

Richard Angell, of Labour's Progress group, says the party could get back into power with a few small changes

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Thursday, September 22, 2016

North Korean internet 'primarily composed of propaganda sites'

North Korea internet leak: 'The freedom of Facebook and Twitter is another world'

North Korea internet leak: 'The freedom of Facebook and Twitter is another world

Tech guru Tom Cheesewright says yesterday's accidental internet leak shows just how tightly the country's netizens are controlled

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Brangelina: primary issue of the divorce is custody of the children, says lawyer

Brangelina: core issue in Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie divorce is custody of the children, says lawyer

Brangelina: core issue in the divorce is custody of the children, says lawyer

Sophie Cantillon talks us through the key issues after Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt yesterday

Brangelina: 'They're just like everyone else, except they have no privacy whatsoever', says relationship advisor

Brangelina divorce: 'Weight of public pressure crushed Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie marriage'

'Weight of public pressure crushed Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie marriage'

Angelia Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, citing irreconcilable differences, her lawyer has claimed it is for the health of their family

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

David Cameron may embark on an 'international level' career, says author Peter Snowdon

David Cameron may embark on 'international level' career, says author Peter Snowdon

Author Peter Snowdon believes David Cameron may have an international career

David Cameron resigned as the MP for Witney yesterday, triggering a by-election, he has not yet announced what he will do next

Friday, August 26, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

'It's very undemocratic' - Chair of Labour Leave John Mills blasts Owen Smith for pledging to block Brexit

'It's very undemocratic' - Chair of Labour Leave, John Mills, blasts Owen Smith for pledging to block Brexit

Labour Leave Chair, John Mills, blasts Owen Smith for pledging to block Brexit

Mills claims 'it's completely wrong to go back over the ground again'

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Thursday, August 25, 2016

How Farage fared in the US on the same stage as Donald Trump

How Farage fared in the US

J.T. Williamson, who interviewed Nigel Farage in Mississippi, USA, talked to Jonny and Ash Gould

Nigel Farage vows to return to frontline politics IF Theresa May doesn't deliver Brexit

Nigel Farage vows to return to frontline politics IF Theresa May doesn't deliver Brexit

Farage vows to return to frontline politics IF May doesn't deliver Brexit

The former leader of UKIP told talkRADIO he couldn't let down the people he encouraged to vote Leave

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Gender Pay Gap: Entrepreneur claims mothers returning to work CAN earn the same as their male counterparts

Gender Pay Gap: Entrepreneur claims mothers returning to work CAN earn the same as their male counterparts

Mothers returning to work CAN earn same as male colleagues, claims entrepreneur

Lisen Stromberg sheds light on how new mums can actually match their former pay packet

Film critic Josh Board reviews the 21st century's greatest films

Film critic Josh Board reviews the 21st century's greatest films

Film critic Josh Board reviews the 21st century's greatest films

The Fox 5 critic joined Jonny Gould and Ash and revealed his views

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Germany's Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi have met to discuss Brexit

Brexit won't affect the future of the European Union, says former Tory MP Nick de Bois

Brexit won't affect the future of the European Union, says former Tory MP

De Bois said the EU's 'colossal structural issues' will remain long after Britain has quit the bloc

Former Conservative MP praises City investor Neil Woodford for scrapping bonuses

City investor who scrapped bonuses praised by Tory MP

City investor who scrapped bonuses praised by Tory MP

Nick DeBois called the decision by Neil Woodford, boss of Woodford Investment Management, a step in the right direction

Friday, August 19, 2016

Friday, August 19, 2016

Journalist David Farrier on Tickled and the legal threats he's faced during filming

Journalist David Farrier on Tickled and the legal threats he's faced during filming

Journalist David Farrier on Tickled and legal threats he's faced during filming

Tickled explores the sport of 'competitive endurance tickling', but the organisers didn't take too kindly to it

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Businesswoman Debra Charles praises child entrepreneur Henry Patterson for launching his third business

Nine-year-old entrepreneur Henry Patterson hailed as 'future of the UK' after launching his third business

Nine-year-old entrepreneur Henry Patterson hailed as 'the future of the UK'

Nine year old Henry recently launched his third business, a child's online sweet shop called Not Before Tea

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Director of Aston Villa Supporters Trust pays tribute to Dalian Atkinson after taser death

Dalian Atkinson Taser Death: Aston Villa Supporters Trust Director pays tribute

Dalian Atkinson given glowing tribute by head of Aston Villa Supporters Trust

Atkinson, who died after being tasered on Monday morning, described as having 'all the talent in the world'

Friday, August 12, 2016

Friday, August 12, 2016

Listen in as Labour MP Jenny Chapman and talkRADIO evening show presenter Jonny Gould enjoy a spirited debate about meritocracy and women-only shortlists, with Chapman saying she wished her party had already appointed a female leader

Women-only shortlists: good or bad? Jonny Gould and Jenny Chapman MP go head-to-head

Women-only shortlists: good or bad? Jonny Gould and Jenny Chapman MP debate

The talkRADIO evening show presenter goes head-to-head with the Labour member for Darlington to discuss the value of 'positive discrimination' and whether the party will ever appoint a female leader…

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Thursday, August 11, 2016

If Ed Sheeran is prosecuted in the plagiarism claim brought against him by the co-writer of the Marvin Gaye classic Let's Get It On, then "the families of Johann Sebastian Bach and Mozart could sue every single popular musician in the history of the world".

Ed Sheeran plagiarism row: "Mozart and Bach could sue every musician ever", says former Q and NME editor

Ed Sheeran plagiarism row: "Mozart and Bach could sue every musician ever"

The former editor of Q Magazine and the NME has told talkRADIO that a New York court needs to think very carefully before finding the British musician guilty of 'copying' a Marvin Gaye classic…

'It’s like they’re all raised in a barn', says TV critic Kevin O'Sullivan on Celebrity Big Brother

Celebrity Big Brother reviewed: "They're repulsive low lives. It's like watching an out of control zoo", says TV critic

Celebrity Big Brother reviewed: "It's repulsive, like an out of control zoo"

After an incident-packed week, former Sunday Mirror TV critic Kevin O'Sullivan has some harsh words for the contestants in this year's CBB house…

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Award-winning TV and radio presenter Terry Christian has savaged Labour's decision to put Andy Burnham forward as the party's candidate to be mayor of Manchester, describing the MP for Leigh as "beige", "an invertebrate" and "lacking in conviction and passion" for the city

Mayoral candidate Andy Burnham is a "beige invertebrate with no passion for Manchester", says award-winning TV presenter

Andy Burnham is a "beige invertebrate with no passion for Manchester"

Award-winning TV presenter Terry Christian savages the city's Labour mayoral candidate, saying he "lacks conviction" for the post and "is not the sort of person you want as mayor"…

It's the alternative-therapy craze that has been sweeping the Olympic Games, with vivid circular bruises appearing on the finely honed bodies of athletes from China to the USA.   But what is cupping, and does it actually do any good?

What's the point of cupping? A GP explains the therapy sweeping the Olympic Games

What's the point of cupping? A GP explains the therapy sweeping the Olympics

London GP Dr Ayaaz Farhat tells listeners all about the mysterious red circular bruises appearing on the bodies of athletes and celebrities…

Jonny Gould believes Andy Burnham, and London mayor Sadiq Khan, are positioning themselves cleverly for a future bid to lead the party – and maybe the country…

Jonny Gould: Is Burnham bid for Manchester mayor the first step towards Labour leadership?

Jonny Gould: Is Burnham mayoral bid the first step towards Labour leadership?

The evening show presenter believes Andy Burnham, and London mayor Sadiq Khan, are positioning themselves for a future bid to lead the party – and maybe the country…

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

The likes of Adam Peaty and Jazz Carlin may have brought home medals for Team GB over the weekend, but one Brazil-based journalist says that the rows of empty seats at the stadiums may end up being the defininig image of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

"Brazilians want to win. If they're not winning, they're not interested", journalist explains empty seats at Olympic Games

Empty seats at Olympics: "If Brazilians aren't winning they're not interested"

Rio-based British journalist Matthew Skinner explains why attitude and cost mean the crowds have not yet brought into the excitement of the Games…

With the NEC set to appeal against a High Court decision to allow 130,000 new members to vote, the member for Birmingham Selly Oak tells talkRADIO that allowing the courts to decide Labour's affairs is "madness"…

Labour leadership election must be "put on hold", says MP Steve McCabe, as voter farce rumbles on

Labour leadership election must be "put on hold", says MP Steve McCabe

With the NEC set to appeal against a High Court decision to allow 130,000 new members to vote, the member for Birmingham Selly Oak tells talkRADIO that allowing the courts to decide Labour's affairs is "madness"…

American broadcaster Terry James has told talkRADIO how the introduction of Evan McMullin as an independent candidate for the US presidency could spell disaster for Donald Trump

US Election: McMullin bid "could be disastrous for Trump" - says broadcaster on ex-CIA man's pitch for presidency

US Election: McMullin bid "could be disastrous for Trump"

Broadcaster Terry James says that the emergence of former CIA man Evan McMullin as an independent presidential candidate "can only hurt" the Republican campaign…

Friday, August 5, 2016

Friday, August 5, 2016

What stiff upper lip here? More Brits embracing nudity, says British Naturism commercial manager

It's not just Orlando Bloom! More than half of Brits say they would let it all hang out on holiday

It's not just Orlando Bloom! Half of Brits say they'd let it all hang out

After the Pirates of the Caribbean star stripped off on holiday, Andrew Welch, from British Naturism, tells Jonny Gould and Ash why more and more people from the UK will be baring all on the beaches this summer…

The International 2016: Kevin 'Purge' Godec on the thrills, spills and global reach of the $20m gaming event

The International 2016: Kevin 'Purge' Godec on the thrills, spills and global reach of the $20m gaming event

The International 2016: Kevin 'Purge' Godec on the global reach of gaming

Think gaming is something teenagers waste their time on in their bedroom? Think again… The video game personality tells Jonny Gould and Ash all about the thrills, spills and $20m prize fund on offer at the DotA 2 event in Seattle, USA…

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Thursday, August 4, 2016

After a family syndicate in Wales won £61m on EuroMillions, economist and wealth manager Jonathan Davies gave talkRADIO listeners a rundown on how to handle a windfall - whether it's multi-millions or £1,000…

£3m house? Boat? Unlimited carrot cake? What would YOU do if you won the lottery?

£3m house? Boat? Carrot cake? What would YOU do if you won the lottery?

After a family syndicate in Wales won £61m on EuroMillions, economist and wealth manager Jonathan Davies gave talkRADIO listeners a rundown on how to handle a windfall - whether it's multi-millions or £1,000…

Evening show presenter Jonny Gould has given UKIP's national executive committee (NEC) both barrels following the news that the party have denied red-hot leadership favourite Steven Woolfe the chance to stand for election

"Mavericks, nutters… they've shot themselves in the foot" - Jonny Gould needs to talk about UKIP

"Mavericks, nutters… they've shot themselves in the foot" - Jonny Gould on UKIP

talkRADIO's evening show host gets on his soapbox to berate the party leadership as UKIP look set to melt down in the wake of the leadership debacle…

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

People in rental properties trying to save a deposit to buy their first home are "praying for a house-price crash", financial expert Melinda Bush has told talkRADIO

Savers "praying for a house-price crash", says financial expert

Savers "praying for a house-price crash", says financial expert

Following news that home-ownership in Britain has reached its lowest level for 30 years, one expert has offered some suggestions on how to get the market moving again…

The chairman of advertising firm Saatchi & Saatchi, Kevin Roberts, has hit the headlines this week after being suspended from work for comments suggesting that the debate on gender equality is "all over" and that he does not think a lack of women in leadership roles "is a problem"

Saatchi & Saatchi sexism row: Is equality "tiring and unfair" or a "business imperative"?

Saatchi & Saatchi sexism row: Is equality "unfair" or a "business imperative"?

talkRADIO presenters Jonny Gould and Ash go toe-to-toe with author Lisen Stromberg as they discuss controversial comments made by the advertising company's chairman this week…

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Actress Nia Vardalos on My Big Fat Greek Wedding, it's sequel, and her rapid rise to fame

My Big Fat Greek Wedding actress Nia Vardalos on movie success, her rapid rise to fame…and spooning!

My Big Fat Greek Wedding star on success, dealing with fame…and spooning!

Actress Nia Vardalos spoke to Ash Gould about the hit movie, being in the spotlight and her love of curling up and relaxing at her Los Angeles home…

'The will and the passion of the people' will ensure the Olympic stadium is ready, says creative director

Rio will be ready and will put on an "enjoyable and passionate Games", an international event expert tells talkRADIO

Rio will be ready and will put on an "enjoyable and passionate Games"

International event management specialist Richard Dodgson says teething troubles are par for the course at major events, and the "will and passion of the people" will ensure the Olympics will go ahead as planned…

Friday, July 29, 2016

Friday, July 29, 2016

'The security services are good at what they do' - Ex-Metropolitan Police officer insists UK is safe despite terrorism threat

Terror threat: 'One lapse of concentration will be punished', says former UK cop

'One lapse of concentration will be punished by terrorists', says former UK cop

Ex-Metropolitan Police officer Chris Hobbs tells talkRADIO that the UK security forces "are good at what they do" and will continue to "put as many hurdles as possible" in the way of extremists…

'We could easily get negative interest rates in the next 12 months', says financial expert

As banks threaten negative interest rates, it's YOUR job to save the economy, says money expert

As banks threaten negative interest rates, it's YOUR job to save the economy

In the wake of further job losses and branch closures by Lloyds Bank, financial expert Jasmine Birtles says the public need to get out and spend to stop the country's finances juddering to a halt…

Celebrity Big Brother 2016: talkRADIO presenter Ash Gould worked closely with CBB house-mate James Whale for many years and discusses his prospects, along with this year's 14 other contestants…

Celebrity Big Brother 2016: House-mate James Whale is 'loud and obnoxious, but people will get to like him'

Celebrity Big Brother 2016: 'He's loud and obnoxious. People'll get to like him'

talkRADIO presenter Ash Gould worked closely with CBB house-mate James Whale for many years and discusses his prospects, along with this year's 14 other contestants…

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Labour MP Jenny Chapman has said party leadership candidate Owen Smith should have been mindful of the "toxic atmosphere around politics … and used better words" in his pitch to head the party.

Owen Smith 'should have used better words' in attack on PM Theresa May

Owen Smith 'should have used better words' in attack on PM Theresa May

Labour MP Jenny Chapman says that the leadership campaigner was wrong to refer to "smashing the Prime Minister back on her heels"…

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Sophia Duckor-Jones on her experience with child refugees in Greece

Living with the refugees: 'We're not sharing a burden, we're sharing a responsibility'

Living with the refugees: 'We're sharing a responsibility, not a burden'

Freelance journalist Sophia Ducker-Jones tells talkRADIO listeners about her experiences living with people fleeing war and persecution at the Ritsona refugee camp in Greece…

Lord Alf Dubs on the plight of child refugees after House of Lords report

Former child refugee Lord Dubs says Britain must to do more to help migrant children

Former child refugee Lord Dubs: Britain must to do more to help migrant children

Evacuated from Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II, Lord Dubs says the House of Commons report condemning Britain's lack of help in migrant crisis "confirms all our worst fears"

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

BHS collapse: 'It does leave a sour taste', says entrepreneur Mo Chaudry

BHS collapse: Philip Green 'may well have to compensate for what he has done' says leading British entrepreneur

BHS collapse: Philip Green 'may well have to compensate for what he has done'

Entrepreneur Mo Chaudry says the former owner of BHS should face repercussions, after the company he sold in 2015 went bust within months

Friday, July 22, 2016

Friday, July 22, 2016

Labour's reselection battle will 'go down like a cup of cold sick', says political reporter Alex Wickham

Labour's reselection battle will 'go down like a cup of cold sick', says political commentator

Labour's reselection battle will 'go down like a cup of cold sick'

Jeremy Corbyn yesterday launched his campaign to retain the Labour Party leadership, but journalist Alex Wickham says the incumbent's approach is unlikely to win him many friends among sitting MPs

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