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The Paralympics begins tonight with the opening ceremony, but Disability Rights UK has concerns over cuts
Anjem Choudary was sentenced to five and a half years in prison for pledging his allegiance to Isis
Choudary has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison after pleding allegiance to Isis online
After Cadbury's chocolate taster got her taste buds covered for a seven-figure sum, talkRADIO hears just how valuable those tongue receptors are
The Philae lander has been found by the Rosetta probe, two years after going missing
Next weeks junior doctor strikes have now been called off over fears for patient safety, as NHS England said there was not enough notice
Figures show more than 200 prosecutions since creation of law making it an offence to publish private sexual photographs or films without subject's consent
Black Lives Matter staged protest on the runway of London City Airport about the UK's environmental impact on black people
Keith Vaz has resigned from the Commons Home Affairs Committee after reports claimed he hired two male escorts
Former Ukip leader backs points-based control despite Theresa May saying the system is unlikely
A Falcon 9 rocket exploded at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in a prelaunch test, destroying an Amos-6 communications satellite
Doctor Hamed Khan tells talkRADIO how the NHS should be improved and why junior doctors are striking
The study found working-class kids might not know cultural rules routinely taught to children from more privileged backgrounds
The book features a number of political experts who reveal how voting habits influence elections
The presidential candidate recently took a trip south of the border to Mexico
Junior doctors will hold five days of industrial action later in September, which is thought to endanger 00,000 operations
Martin Le Jeune, who was written a report on the BBC, says decision to force iPlayer readers to pay licence fee only shows how far Corporation has fallen.
As Theresa May maps out the Brexit strategy, a former migrant maps out a strategy to 'get numbers down by about 100,000 with EU migrants alone'
Miller, chair of Parliament's Women and Equalities Committee, conducted a report which showed huge amounts of discrimination towards pregnant women and new mothers
Jack Graham says Trump's visit to Mexico may be a sop to moderate America - but suggests his own supporters are convinced of his hard-line stance on Mexico
A study by the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years shows 24% of childcare professionals have seen body confidence issues in children aged between three and five
Dr. Afzal Ashraf said there is a 'nothing particularly talented about him which can't be replaced or improved on by his successors'
Inspector Victoria Martin said interpretation of the guidelines on visible tattoos differs across the country
Panmure Gordon analyst Simon French says Apple's response could 'add strength to other countries'
Calais regional president Xavier Bertrand put forward an idea where migrants could claim UK asylum before crossing the channel
Rear Admiral Chris Parry joins criticism of Owen Smith's suggestion that militant groups could be involved in Middle East negotiations
Justin Urquhart Stewart from Seven Investment Management discusses the fall in unemployment levels and says it's still too soon to suggest they were caused by Britain's exit from the European Union
Researcher Sol Gamsu gives talkRADIO his views on why the Oxbridge state school intake is so heavily concentrated in the south of England
Margaret Gilmore said the internet was a crucial factor in Choudhry's ability to spread terror
Anjem Choudary has been convicted of encouraging people to support Islamic State
Jill Saward insisted justice has to be served properly
GP and author Youssef El-Gingihy claims the government has strived to privatise the NHS by 'stealth' but says this plan has reached its 'endgame'
The human rights organisation voices its concerns to talkRADIO after death of former Aston Villa star.
Boko Haram have released a video showing the girls from Chibok they abducted in 2014
Martin Daubney says boys of just 10 years old are watching porn and believes regular consumption of x-rated material is leading to erectile dysfunction
GBBO's Nadiya Hussain has revealed she has been racially attacked
Sue Jones of Ditch the Label offers comfort to parents worried their kids might be sending revealing images
Tory MEP Daniel Hannan and UKIP London Assembly member Peter Whittle offer starkly contrasting views on potential delay to Britain's separation from the European Union
Figures released this week show the health service is experiencing its worst bed-blocking crisis in history. The former care minister and Liberal Democrat member for North Norfolk says it is time for a "mature discussion" about the NHS…
After 35 years in secure psychiatric hospital, Peter Sutcliffe is due to be moved to prison. A leading barrister tells talkRADIO that the government needs to think carefully about where he is placed…
Teenager Kadiza Sultana fled to Syria in February 2015 to marry an ISIS fighter. With reports emerging of the British girl's death in an airstrike in May, one expert tells talkRADIO an "escape route" is needed…
Former tennis ace Barry Cowan, who took Pete Sampras to five sets at Wimbledon in 2001, says that if it is proved that junior Gabriella Taylor was deliberately poisoned at this year's Championships it represents a nadir for the sport…
With an average of 20,748 transactions taking place on the 'dark web' each month, Britain is Europe's largest online market for illicit substances. Drugs policy advisor Tom Lloyd explains why operating in this way beats a dark street corner…
In what sounds like a Hollywood remake, US firm Deep Space Industries have announced plans to start mining for precious metals in space. Astronomer Andy Lound tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the idea is not as far-fetched as it appears…
With UN and Russian calls for a ceasefire in Aleppo showing little evidence of having an effect, war correspondent Hannah Lucinda Smith tells talkRADIO that the starving of opponents is a recognised tactic of the conflict…
Karin Robinson, former vice-chair of pressure group Democrats Abroad, says the Republican candidate's "deeply offensive" comments in North Carolina are just another example of his outbursts damaging his standing with the US electorate…
A survey by the Trades Union Congress has today revealed that more than half of the women polled said they had been subject to sexual harassment in the workplace. Listen in as Julia Hartley-Brewer and MP Maria Miller clash over the findings…
The celebrity chef's eldest children were in the delivery room as wife Jools gave birth to the couple's fifth child this week. "If everything's going well, why not?" asks doula Bridget Baker…
With low wages, zero-hours contracts, poor interest rates and rising prices, there's never been a more important time to take control of your finances. talkRADIO can help…
Sally Francis, from Money Saving Expert, says "If you're aware of it, do something now", as she offers budgeting advice in the wake of research saying one family in three would struggle with bills "within a month" following job loss…
Dr. Laurence Buckman tells talkRADIO that "what the evidence shows" is far more important than the Campaign for Real Ale's claim that recommended drinking guidelines are "at odds with common sense"…
Equality campaigner Akeela Ahmed dismisses plans from Lisa Duffy, a leadership candidate for the UK Independence Party, to introduce a 'show your face in a public place' rule limiting the places women can wear a full-face veil…
Guardian Money editor Hilary Osborne tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the results of a recent survey into the cost of living are worrying, but should not come as a surprise in the current climate…
Jewish Chronicle journalist Sandy Rashty says the reaction to Christopher Biggins' comments on Celebrity Big Brother is a step in the right direction in the fight against religious prejudice…