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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Nigel Farage 'flattered' by Donald Trump ambassador Twitter endorsement

Nigel Farage 'flattered' by Donald Trump ambassador Twitter endorsement

Nigel Farage 'flattered' by Donald Trump ambassador Twitter endorsement

The president-elect backed Farage for the role of UK-US ambassador on the social media site

Monday, November 21, 2016

Monday, November 21, 2016

The James Whale Show: Clashing with an anti-abortion campaigner

The James Whale Show: Clashing with an anti-abortion campaigner - Monday 21 November 2016

The James Whale Show: Clashing with an anti-abortion campaigner

Things got a bit heated on-air...

LISTEN: Anti-abortion campaigner clashes with woman who had an abortion

LISTEN: Anti-abortion campaigner clashes with woman who had an abortion

LISTEN: Anti-abortion campaigner clashes with woman who had an abortion

Robert Colquhoun from 40 Days for Life joined James Whale on talkRADIO and clashed with Tara, who confronted the anti-abortion campaigner live on air

WATCH Ninja steals katana sword from a card shop

WATCH 'Ninja' burglar steals katana sword from a card shop

WATCH 'Ninja' steals katana sword from a card shop

CCTV footage has shown a burglar stealing a katana sword in Anchorage, Alaska, from a card shop… dressed as a ninja

'A Labour party led by Tony Blair today, would be leading in the polls against Theresa May', says political strategist

'A Labour party led by Tony Blair today, would be leading in the polls against Theresa May,' says political strategist

'A Labour party led by Tony Blair today, would be leading in the polls'

Tony Blair is getting ready to return to politics, according to The Sunday Times – does the Labour party need him?

This man still doesn't know the result of the US presidential election, and plans to keep it that way

This man still doesn't know the result of the US presidential election, and plans to keep it that way

This man still doesn't know the result of the US presidential election

Joe Chandler has avoided the news of who won the US presidential election, and even goes outside with headphones and a sign with says 'I don't know who won and don't want to, please don't tell me'

Darren Jeffries on his time in Hollyoaks

Darren Jeffries hints at new storyline on his return to the role of OB in Hollyoaks

Darren Jeffries hints at new storyline on his return to Hollyoaks

The actor popped by the studios for a chat about his time on the soap

Comedian Romesh Ranganathan on writing comedy, his new DVD and what he'll do next

'I can provide joy' – Comedian Romesh Ranganathan on writing comedy, his new DVD and what he'll do next

'I can provide joy' – Romesh Ranganathan on his new DVD

Comedian Romesh Ranganathan joined Jon Holmes and revealed more about comedy writing, his new DVD and his next plans

'Pyramids' have been discovered in Antarctica

Snow joke – scientists stunned by 'Pyramids' discovered in Antarctica

'Pyramids' have been discovered in Antarctica

Scientists have been shocked by images produced by Google Earth, which appear to show pyramids in Antarctica, bearing a resemblance to the pyramids of Giza in Egypt

'The contents of resignation letters from the Child Sex Abuse inquiry will leave people disappointed,' says MP Tim Loughton

'The contents of resignation letters from the child sex abuse inquiry will leave people disappointed,' says MP Tim Loughton

'Letters from the child sex abuse inquiry will leave people disappointed'

Letters from lawyers who resigned from the Child Sex Abuse inquiry written to the Home Affairs Select Committee are due to be published tomorrow, revealing why they left

'If Marine Le Pen won, it would most likely be the end of the EU,' says political editor after Sarkozy is defeated in French primary

'If Marine Le Pen won, it would most likely be the end of the EU,' says political editor after Sarkozy is defeated in French primary

'If Marine Le Pen won, it'd most likely be the end of the EU,' says editor

John Peet, political editor of The Economist, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after Nicolas Sarkozy conceded defeat in the race to choose the French conservative presidential candidate

'We have tools to protect children from porn,' says anti-censorship activist

'We have tools to protect children from porn,' says anti-censorship activist

'We have tools to protect children from porn,' says anti-censorship activist

Jerry Barnett, a former pornography business owner, said 'we don't need the government' to ensure children don't log onto porn websites

'The most dangerous place in Britain tonight, or any night, is in one of Her Majesty's Prisons,' says George Galloway

'The most dangerous place in Britain tonight, or any night, is in one of Her Majesty's Prisons,' says George Galloway

'The most dangerous place in Britain tonight is in one of Her Majesty's Prisons'

George Galloway opened his show on Friday with a monologue revealing his views on prisons in the UK and Donald Trump

Call to legalise cannabis: 'Police don't have the numbers to cope with it', says former Labour MP

Cannabis is effectively decriminalised because 'police don't have the numbers to cope', says former Labour MP

Cannabis is effectively legalised because 'police can't cope,' says former MP

Dr. Brian Iddon explained the problem the police have faced with the drug

'Donald Trump's visit to the Queen will be the most highly publicised story across the world', says royal commentator

'Donald Trump's visit to the Queen will be the most highly publicised story in the world,' says royal commentator

'Trump visiting the Queen will be the most highly publicised story in the world'

The Queen will invite Donald Trump to Windsor Castle for an official state visit to the UK next summer, according to reports

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, November 19

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, November 19

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, November 19

Avoid the scams on the only show on radio that stops you from getting hustled

Universal credit system doesn't penalise poor but 'helps people into full-time work', says Iain Duncan Smith

Universal credit system doesn't penalise poor but 'helps people into full-time work', says Iain Duncan Smith

Universal credit doesn't penalise poor, says Iain Duncan Smith

Welfare cuts will leave low income families worse off by more than £2,500 a year by 2020, according to new research published ahead of Philip Hammond's autumn statement

'It's just a dream' - Stacey Solomon reveals more about I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp

'It's just a dream' - Stacey Solomon reveals more about I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp

Stacey Solomon reveals more about I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp

Stacey Solomon joined Anna Williamson to reveal more about working on I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp

Strictly's Janette Manrara on Gorka Marquez's recovery after Blackpool attack

Strictly's Janette Manrara on Gorka Marquez's recovery after Blackpool attack

Strictly's Janette Manrara on Gorka Marquez's recovery after Blackpool attack

The dancer was reportedly set upon by a group of youths as he walked to a nightclub after the BBC show's special in the city

The Saturdays' Una Healy reveals more about her debut solo album

The Saturdays' Una Healy reveals more about her debut solo album

The Saturdays' Una Healy reveals more about her debut solo album

Una Healy joined Anna Williamson to reveal more about being a member of The Saturdays and writing her new solo album

talkRADIO's emergency busker band give their first ever performance

talkRADIO's emergency busker band give their first ever performance

talkRADIO's emergency busker band give their first ever performance

When last week's busker had a bit of a mishap, the troops were called in

Southern Rail: Advert campaign urging customers to contact RMT 'a mistake', says rail executive

Southern Rail: Advert campaign urging customers to contact RMT 'a mistake', says rail executive

Advert campaign urging customers to contact RMT 'a mistake', says rail executive

Last month, the company released an advert on Twitter urging customers to contact the RMT – to much controversy

Friday, November 18, 2016

Friday, November 18, 2016

'The madness of King Trump only strengthens Scotland's case for independence'

'The madness of King Trump only strengthens Scotland's case for independence'

In Scotland we've long known Donald Trump was a vindictive idiot, and we now need to take a stand against the dog-whistle politics sweeping the globe

Genetic engineering breakthrough could restore sight, and possibly extend the human lifespan

Amazing genetic breakthrough could restore sight, and possibly extend the human lifespan

Genetic engineering breakthrough could restore sight

Scientists have discovered how to insert strands of DNA into non-dividing cells, and have restored sight in partially blind rats

The week in court: From Grindr murder to Hammersmith ram-raid latest

Grindr killer jailed, teen admits porn exposure, nurse denies sex toy show - the week's court news

The week in court: From Grindr murder to Hammersmith ram-raid

From the Grindr muder to a woman smashing the doors of her local council, we bring you the most interesting court stories of the week

'Being cryogenically frozen is just as ethical as any other life-saving treatment', says researcher

Cryogenic freezing unlikely to work for centuries, says researcher

Cryogenic freezing unlikely to work for centuries, says researcher

A 14-year-old girl who died of cancer has been cryogenically frozen in the hope she'll be cured in the future

Man plans to cross the Atlantic on a catamaran, eating only out of date food

Man plans to cross the Atlantic on a catamaran, eating only out of date food

Man plans to cross the Atlantic on a catamaran, eating only out of date food

A Frenchman is going to attempt to cross the Atlantic on a catamaran and eat only expired products, to show how much food is wasted in Europe

Donald Trump appoints 'man who opposed civil rights moment and joked about KKK' to top legal post

Jeff Sessions: Donald Trump's new right-hand man joked about KKK and opposed civil rights movement

Trump appoints 'man who joked about KKK' to top legal post

Jeff Sessions, the man named today as Trump's Attorney-General, has been dogged by accusations of racism

Paul Ross AND Jon Holmes interview James May about The Grand Tour

James May speaks to Paul Ross AND Jon Holmes about The Grand Tour

James May speaks to Paul Ross AND Jon Holmes about The Grand Tour

The TV presenter popped by the studios for a chat with both our breakfast and afternoon presenters

The Grand Tour: 'For the first time in years, the presenters look genuinely bothered', says TV critic

The Grand Tour: 'For the first time in years, the presenters actually look bothered', says TV critic

'For the first time in years, presenters look genuinely bothered on Grand Tour'

The first episode of The Grand Tour was released last night on Amazon Prime, and has received a brilliant reaction from the public

Jo Cox was covering her face with her hands when she was shot, court hears

Jo Cox killed with sawn-off rifle and WWII commando dagger, court hears

Jo Cox killed with sawn-off rifle and WWII commando dagger, court hears

MP Jo Cox was covering her face with her hands when she was shot in the head in Birstall, West Yorkshire, a court has heard

Brexit: Scottish, Welsh Governments granted right to intervene in Article 50 battle

Scottish, Welsh Governments granted right to intervene in Article 50 battle

A number of other bodies have been granted the right of involvement by Britain's Supreme Court

Lord Kerr: 'Had he said immigrants were stupid, the police would have charged him', says Peter Lilley MP

'Had Lord Kerr said immigrants were stupid, police could have charged him', says Peter Lilley MP

'Had Lord Kerr said immigrants were stupid, he might have been charged'

Lord Kerr said at a thinktank yesterday that the UK needs migrants because native Britons are 'so bloody stupid'

Croydon tram service to re-open this afternoon

Croydon tram service re-opening this afternoon

Croydon tram service re-opening this afternoon

The Croydon tram service will re-open this afternoon, after last week's crash where seven people died, according to Transport for London

Cryogenic girl ruling: 'Sleeping Beauty idea is very attractive, but this boils down to a family dispute'

Cryogenic girl case 'boils down to a family dispute'

A 14-year-old girl who died of cancer was been cryogenically frozen after a judge ruled in her favour in a landmark case

18 year-old charged after 'translating Isis propaganda online'

18-year-old charged after 'translating Isis propaganda online'

18 year-old charged after 'translating Isis propaganda online'

A German teenager reportedly posted the propaganda and corrected errors in some texts in an online group

A banned German extremist group with Islamic State links is active in the UK

Banned German jihadist group with Isis links is active in the UK

Banned German jihadist group with Isis links is active in the UK

An investigation by the Independent revealed Die Wahre Religio is trying to recruit people in British cities

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 29

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 29

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 29

Check out the latest highlights from the Full Set Breakfast Show

LISTEN: James Whale loses his cool with UKIP MEP David Coburn

LISTEN: James Whale blasts UKIP MEP David Coburn for dodging 'fund misuse' questions

James Whale blasts UKIP MEP for dodging 'fund misuse' questions

The UKIP MEP refused to answer questions about UKIP funds, prompting James to launch a furious tirade

Dubai rape case: 'Sadly a message is being given that you shouldn't report anything whilst on holiday', says rape centre

Julia Hartley-Brewer questions safety of Dubai after arrest of British woman who reported rape

Julia questions safety of Dubai after British woman who reported rape arrested

A British woman has been arrested in Dubai and charged with extra-marital sex, after telling to police that she had been raped, according to reports

'Absolutely epic and so worth the wait' - Twitter reacts to The Grand Tour

'Absolutely epic and so worth the wait' - Twitter reacts to The Grand Tour

'Absolutely epic and so worth the wait' - Twitter reacts to The Grand Tour

The first episode of The Grand Tour has been released, with a fantastic reaction from viewers

Man charged with vandalising Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Man charged with vandalising Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Man charged with vandalising Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

During the election campaign, the president-elect's star was damaged by a vandal in Los Angeles

Ched Evans: Law used to secure acquittal to be reviewed

Ched Evans: Law used to secure acquittal to be reviewed

Ched Evans: Law used to secure acquittal to be reviewed

Evans was acquitted of rape last month

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Thursday, November 17, 2016

The James Whale Show: Lord Nigel Farage and The Mustangs

The James Whale Show: Lord Nigel Farage and The Mustangs - Thursday 17 November 2016

The James Whale Show: Lord Nigel Farage and The Mustangs

Listen to the best bits from The James Whale Show on talkRADIO

Marine Le Pen: After the events of 2016, could she be elected?

After Trump and Brexit, could Marine Le Pen provide the world's next political earthquake?

After Trump and Brexit, could Marine Le Pen be next?

Gaining insight from two Paris-based experts, talkRADIO examines the divisive and charismatic leader of the Front National Party

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Racist Rainman & Shy Honkers

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Racist Rainman & Shy Honkers - Wednesday, November 16

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Racist Rainman & Shy Honkers

'Bloody Hell, mate. You're like some sort of racist Rainman!' (Bill)

Former rugby star faces jail for creating a crystal meth factory, similar to Breaking Bad

Former rugby star faces jail for creating Breaking Bad-style meth lab

Former rugby star faces jail for creating Breaking Bad-style meth lab

Lorenzo Bocchini created a high-tech crystal meth drugs factory in his home, from which police recovered £300,000 of drugs, £33,000 cash and a stun gun

'This ship cannot sink...whoops' - Twitter users describe films in just five words

'This ship cannot sink...whoops' - Twitter users describe films in just five words

'This ship cannot sink...whoops' - Twitter users describe films in five words

The people of Twitter have been describing films using just five words

Deer tramples cross country runner, but he still finishes the race

Deer tramples cross-country runner, but he still finishes the race

Deer tramples cross-country runner, but he still finishes the race

A cross-country runner was trampled by a deer, in his final race of the year, but he still managed to finish the race

Katie Price, Liz Hurley and Leonardo DiCaprio - It's the showbiz news with talkSPORT's Reece

Katie Price, Liz Hurley and Leonardo DiCaprio - It's the showbiz news with talkSPORT's Reece

Katie Price, Liz Hurley and Leonardo DiCaprio - It's the showbiz news

Jon Holmes got the latest news from the world of showbiz with talkSPORT's Reece

Ched Evans father-in-law tells talkRADIO why he stuck by football star during rape storm

Ched Evans father-in-law reveals why he stuck by him during rape storm

As Ched Evans rejoins Sheffield United, listen again to Julia Hartley-Brewer's amazing interview with his father-in-law

The Big Debate on towels: 'You should be allocated Two towels, a flannel and a sponge if you're behaving'

The Big Debate on towels: 'You should be allocated two towels, a flannel and a sponge if you're behaving'

'You should be allocated two towels, a flannel and a sponge if you're behaving'

Today's Big Debate asked if we still need towels

WATCH Polar bear finds a pet dog and starts stroking it

WATCH Polar bear finds a pet dog and starts stroking it

WATCH Polar bear finds a pet dog and starts stroking it

A tour guide in Canada captured a video of a polar bear petting a dog

Donald Trump's "watering down the rhetoric" of his policies as he approaches presidency, says commentator

Trump-Brexit comparisons are flawed because America has far bigger race problem than UK, says commentator

Donald Trump is backtracking already, says commentator

Jack Graham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after it was revealed a registry of immigrants from 'terror-prone' Muslim countries is being considered by Donald Trump

Isis attack on Israeli football team thwarted, claim Kosovan police

Isis attack on Israeli football team thwarted, claim Kosovan police

'Isis attack on Israeli football team thwarted'

Police claim they have thwarted a number of attacks by the militant group

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