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Monday, December 19, 2016

Monday, December 19, 2016

'Donald Trump wants to talk to the UK, but the government won't talk to me about our meetings', says Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage: 'Donald Trump wants to talk to Britain but Theresa May isn't interested'

Nigel Farage: 'Trump wants to talk to Britain but Theresa May isn't interested'

Nigel Farage was the first UK politician to meet Donald Trump after he was elected, and told Paul Ross about his experience of meeting the President-elect

Hollywood star Zsa Zsa Gabor dies after heart attack, aged 99

Hollywood star Zsa Zsa Gabor dies after heart attack, aged 99

Hollywood star Zsa Zsa Gabor dies after heart attack, aged 99

Hollywood actress and socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor has died aged 99 at her home in Bel-Air, Los Angeles

Liz Truss to address MPs on riot at HMP Birmingham

Prison crisis: Liz Truss to address MPs on HMP Birmingham riot

Prison crisis: Liz Truss to address MPs on HMP Birmingham riot

The Justice Secretary will address MPs on the riot at HMP Birmingham, which saw hundreds of inmates wreak havoc last week

Series of strikes by thousands of workers begin on the run up to Christmas

Series of strikes by thousands of workers begin in run-up to Christmas

Series of strikes by thousands of workers begin in run-up to Christmas

A wave of strikes are set to launch by thousands of workers this week, hitting rail, post and airline industries in the run-up to Christmas

Friday, December 16, 2016

Friday, December 16, 2016

The pastors say their team is ready for anything

'Former mafia boss' training Chinese missionaries to travel to North Korea

'Former mafia boss' training Chinese missionaries to travel to North Korea

Two pastors training team of missionaries to cross border and risk persecution

Letter sent 60 years ago finally arrives, 20 years after recipient’s death

Letter sent by a scout to himself 60 years ago finally arrives - 20 years after recipient’s death

Letter sent 60 years ago finally arrives - 20 years after recipient’s death

A letter that a scout sent to himself so he could gain his stamp collecting badge has finally arrived, after 60 years

Emily Lee performs in Busker Sessions

Emily Lee performs in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

Emily Lee performs in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

The singer-songwriter performed Walking In The Air from The Snowman and her original song Here It Goes

Former Britain First leader Paul Golding is unwittingly raising money for refugees whilst in jail

Former Britain First leader Paul Golding unwittingly raising money for refugees in jail

Former Britain First leader unwittingly raising money for refugees

Former Britain First leader Paul Golding is being sponsored by members of the public for being in jail, in order to raise money for The Refugee Council

'David Brent can't continue performing when he's 60, it would be too tragic', says Ricky Gervais

Ricky Gervais hints David Brent could soon be killed off: 'It's getting too tragic'

Ricky Gervais hints that it could be the end for David Brent

Ricky Gervais joined Edith Bowman on Virgin Radio this morning to chat about playing David Brent

Woman assaulted in Chingford hate crime

Racist thugs 'rip Muslim woman's hijab off' in Chingford hate crime

Racist thugs 'rip Muslim woman's hijab off' in Chingford hate crime

Police officers were called to Chingford on Wednesday evening after reports of a woman being assaulted in a hate crime, and are now appealing for information

Yasmin Seweid - the lie that sparked a media firestorm

Yasmin Seweid, Donald Trump and the lie that turned into a firestorm

Yasmin Seweid, Donald Trump and the lie that turned into a firestorm

What started out as a girl's attempt to hoodwink her strict father has grown into a huge - and unwelcome - news story

Chaos breaks out at privately run Birmingham prison

Chaos breaks out at privately run Birmingham prison

Chaos breaks out at privately run Birmingham prison

A disturbance is under way at a privately-run jail with reports of a 'badly injured' prisoner and inmates burning and destroying their files at HMP Birmingham

Rupert Evans on The Man in the High Castle and his past roles

Rupert Evans on The Man in the High Castle and his past roles

Rupert Evans on The Man in the High Castle and his past roles

The actor popped by the studios for a chat with Jon Holmes

Paedophile who targeted teenage boys on Minecraft is warned he is likely to face jail

Paedophile who groomed teenage boys on Minecraft faces jail

Paedophile who groomed teenage boys on Minecraft faces jail

A paedophile who targeted two teenage boys, aged 13 and 14, on the online computer game Minecraft has been warned that he is likely to face jail

James Whale clashes with Christian Concern's Tim Dieppe over the three-parent baby technique

James Whale gets angry with Christian Concern's Tim Dieppe over three-parent babies

James Whale clashes with Christian Concern over the three-parent baby technique

The three-parent baby technique has been approved by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HEFA), in order to prevent inherited diseases

101-year-old man convicted of 21 historical sex offences

The 101-year-old paedophile: Ralph Clarke convicted of 21 historical sex offences

101-year-old man convicted of 21 historical sex offences

Ralph Clarke, a retired lorry driver, was convicted at Birmingham Crown Court

Carol Vorderman reveals what she most feared before going into I'm A Celebrity

Carol Vorderman reveals what she most feared before going into I'm A Celebrity

Carol Vorderman reveals what she most feared before going into I'm A Celebrity

James Whale walked the red carpet at The Sun Military Awards on Wednesday night, and met Carol Vorderman

'Other EU leaders are entitled to discuss Brexit without involving the UK', says political commentator

'Other EU leaders are entitled to discuss Brexit without involving UK', says political commentator

'Other EU leaders are entitled to discuss Brexit without involving UK'

Leaders in the European Union have met without Theresa May to discuss Brexit negotiation plans, she was not invited to a traditional summit dinner

Len McCluskey warns plotters against Jeremy Corbyn in re-election bid

Len McCluskey warns Jeremy Corbyn plotters in re-election bid

Len McCluskey warns Jeremy Corbyn plotters in re-election bid

The general secretary of Unite is running to maintain his position

Jo Cox charity single: 'We want to get rid of all the bad memories of what happened to her', says producer

Jo Cox charity single: 'We want to get rid of all the bad memories', says producer

'We want to get rid of all the bad memories of what happened to Jo Cox'

The Jo Cox charity single has been released today, and all proceeds will go towards starting The Jo Cox Foundation

Russian election hacking: 'CIA need to publish a full open report', says professor

CIA Russian hacking claims 'seem like politics, not facts' says professor

CIA Russian hacking claims 'seem like politics, not facts' says professor

The CIA claimed Russian-affiliated hacking to boost Donald Trump's chances took place during the presidential election

The boy was apparently instructed by an unnamed member of Islamic State

12-year-old 'Isis jihadist' arrested in Germany for planting bomb in Christmas market

12-year-old 'Isis jihadist' arrested in Germany for Christmas market bomb

Boy of German-Iraqi origin made bomb from 'fireworks and sparklers', reports suggest

'Science has a history of dismissing things that we don’t understand well', says Doctor Trevor Stammers - unfinished

Three-parent baby: 'Science has a history of dismissing things we don’t understand', says Doctor Trevor Stammers

'Science has a history of dismissing things that we don’t understand well'

Britain's fertility regulator has approved the three parent-baby technique, however this has concerned some health professionals

Syria: 'The West must accept war is lost', says former head of British Armed forces

Syria: 'The West must accept war is lost', says former head of British Armed forces

'The West must accept Syria war is lost', says former British Armed forces head

The Government forces have pressed in on the rebel forces in Aleppo, bringing the civil war to its end game

Linda Lusardi on her new panto role and her upcoming projects

Linda Lusardi on her new panto role and her upcoming projects

Linda Lusardi on her new panto role and her upcoming projects

The actress came on the show for a chat with Paul Ross

Annem Hobson brings in a special talkRADIO christmas treat

Annem Hobson brings in a special talkRADIO christmas treat

Annem Hobson brings in a special talkRADIO christmas treat

She had a very special mince pie for Paul Ross

Brexit: Theresa May wants early agreement on citizen rights

Brexit: Theresa May wants early agreement on citizen rights

Brexit: Theresa May wants early agreement on citizen rights

The PM wants the status of EU migrants in the UK and Britons on the continent agreed early in the negotiations.

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 33

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 33

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 33

Check out the latest highlights from the Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast show

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Thursday, December 15, 2016

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Terry Waite

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Terry Waite - Thursday 15 December 2016

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Terry Waite

The former envoy to the Archbishop of Canterbury talked to James and Ash...

Simon Jenkins believes his situation is akin to that of a black person 20 years ago

Simon Jenkins on being a straight, white, older man: 'This is how black people must have felt 30 years ago'

Political correctness is riddled with dangerous hypocrisy, says Simon Jenkins

Jenkins says 'if you're being selected for important jobs these days, the best thing you can be is a black woman'

'You can't blame everyone else for the fact you're not where you want to be in life', says Mike Graham

Simon Jenkins 'pale, stale male' article rubbished by talkSPORT's Mike Graham

Simon Jenkins 'pale, stale male' article rubbished by talkSPORT's Mike Graham

Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins has written a column about problems of political correctness - but Mike Graham thinks he's wrong

Lorraine Kelly on hosting The Sun Military Awards

Lorraine Kelly on hosting The Sun Military Awards

Lorraine Kelly on hosting The Sun Military Awards

The presenter spoke to James Whale and Ash Gould at the awards last night

Susanna Reid spills the details on working with on Piers Morgan

Susanna Reid on her 'love-hate' relationship with Piers Morgan

Susanna Reid on her 'love-hate' relationship with Piers Morgan

The presenter spoke to James Whale at The Sun Military Awards

'I’m always in awe of all of the people who win the awards at The Millies', says Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Clarkson tells James Whale he's in awe of Britain's military heroes

Jeremy Clarkson tells James Whale he's in awe of Britain's military heroes

James Whale broadcast live from The Sun's Military Awards last night, and spoke to Jeremy Clarkson and Duncan Bannatyne about the evening

Twitter was not invited to Donald Trump's technology summit 'due to failed emoji campaign'

Twitter not invited to Donald Trump tech summit 'due to his failed emoji campaign'

Twitter not invited to Donald Trump's technology summit 'due to failed emoji'

Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey was not invited to Donald Trump's summit with other technology leaders, reportedly because the site did not agree to an emoji

James Whale walks the red carpet at The Sun's Military Awards

James Whale patrols the red carpet at The Sun Military Awards

James Whale patrols the red carpet at The Sun Military Awards

Our presenter was the first one on the carpet at yesterday's star-studded event

EgyptAir flight MS804: traces of explosive found on crash victims' bodies

EgyptAir flight MS804: traces of explosive found on crash victims' bodies

EgyptAir flight MS804: traces of explosive found on crash victims' bodies

The plane on route from Cairo to Paris went down over the Mediterranean in May, killing all 66 people on board

Sorting hat from Harry Potter inspires the name of a new spider species

Godric Gryffindor: Harry Potter hat inspires the name of new spider species

Harry Potter hat inspires the name of new spider species

Scientists have discovered a new species of spider, which looks just like the sorting hat in Harry Potter

Paul Golding has been jailed for breaching a High Court injunction

Former Britain First leader Paul Golding jailed for eight weeks over mosque video

Former Britain First leader jailed for eight weeks over mosque vide

Paul Golding violated terms of High Court injuction by visiting Cardiff mosque and filming there

Austrian politicians agree to seize the house where Hitler was born

Hitler birth house to be seized after Austrian politicians agree deal

Hitler birth house to be seized after Austrian politicians agree deal

Austrian politicians have passed a law to allow the house where Adolf Hitler was born to be expropriated, ending years of dispute

Eastern Aleppo evacuation: 10 ambulances, 17 buses packed with evacuees leave war-torn area

Eastern Aleppo evacuation: 10 ambulances, 17 buses packed with evacuees leave war-torn area

Aleppo evacuation: 10 ambulances, 17 buses packed with evacuees seen leaving

Witness says all 17 buses were packed with evacuees

Alarm grows as China places weapons on Spratly Islands

Alarm grows as China places weapons on Spratly Islands

Alarm grows as China places weapons on Spratly Islands

The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative has been closely watching the construction of structures on several of the Chinese-owned islands

Peter Foster says it is unlikely Brexit deal will take a decade

10-year Brexit trade deal warning is plain wrong, says Telegraph journalist

10-year Brexit trade deal warning is plain wrong, says Telegraph journalist

Peter Foster told talkRADIO that Sir Ivan Rogers was setting out 'worst-case scenarios' and said there's no need for negotiations to take 10 years

Karen Danczuk's brother is jailed for 15 years for raping her as a child

Karen Danczuk's brother is jailed for 15 years for raping her as a child

Karen Danczuk's brother is jailed for 15 years for raping her as a child

Michael Burke, Karen Danczuk's brother, has been jailed for 15 years for eight counts of rape and one serious sexual offence

Former billionaire claims he did not realise calling someone a 'black ****' was racist

Former billionaire claims he did not realise calling someone a 'black ****' was racist

Former billionaire claims he didn't know calling someone 'black ****' was racist

A former billionaire has claimed he did not know that it is racist to call someone a 'black ****," a phrase he allegedly shouted at a refuse collector

Venice's first electric eco-friendly waterbus is added to the fleet

Venice's first electric eco-friendly waterbus is added to the fleet

Venice's first electric eco-friendly waterbus is added to the fleet

The bus runs entirely on electricity and is named Scossa, which means shock. It made its first trip on Wednesday and seven months of tests

Iran's supreme leader claims Israel 'will not exist after 25 years'

Iran's supreme leader vows Israel will be destroyed within 25 years

Iran's supreme leader vows Israel will be destroyed within 25 years

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the call in a meeting with the Secretary General of the Islamic Jihad Movement, Ramadan Abdullah Shallah

'We've got to take the politics out of social care', says SCIE

We've got to take the politics out of social care, says SCIE

We've got to take the politics out of social care, says SCIE

The Government is expected to allow local councils to raise council tax in order to fund social care, however some claim this is not enough

Jeremy Corbyn has been roundly criticised for hiring Jayne Fisher

Jeremy Corbyn Sinn Fein hire 'gives Tories the perfect chance to destroy Labour'

Jeremy Corbyn Sinn Fein hire 'gives Tories the perfect chance to destroy Labour'

Former Labour MP Tom Harris said the Tories will already be working on a publicity campaign to crush Corbyn at the next General Election

'It was not wise for Southern Rail to exclude us from talks', says RMT Union

RMT boss Mick Cash: Southern Rail showed contempt to passengers by barring us from crisis talks

RMT boss says it was 'unwise for Southern Rail to exclude us' from talks

Talks between Southern Rail and Aslef took place yesterday at ACAS conciliation service, however the RMT Union was not allowed to attend the meeting

The Oxford English Dictionary trumps Theresa May's Brexit definition

Oxford English Dictionary trumps Theresa May's Brexit definition

Oxford English Dictionary trumps Theresa May's Brexit definition

Point one goes to the Oxford English Dictionary

Aleppo: Researcher warns of keeping 'eyes peeled' to ensure safe evacuation

'Aleppo evacuation has begun - but refugees now face horrific choice'

'Aleppo evacuation has begun - but refugees now face horrific choice'

Tim Eaton, from Chatham House, insisted that 'hearing about a deal' to evacuate civilians from rebel-held areas 'doesn’t mean it will be followed through or carried out'

UK EU ambassador branded 'gloomy pessimist' after Brexit trade deal warnings

Brexit trade deal warning: Ambassador branded 'gloomy pessimist' over 10-year claim

UK EU ambassador branded 'gloomy pessimist' after Brexit trade deal warnings

Prominent Leave campaigner Dominic Raab blasted Sir Ivan Rogers over his comments made to the BBC in October

Innocent man appeals for compensation after being given just £60 upon release from 31 years in prison

Innocent man who spent 31 years in prison given just £60 in compensation

Innocent man who spent 31 years in prison given just £60 in compensation

A man who was innocent spent almost all of his adult life in prison, but was only given $75 (£60) upon his release and is now appealing for a larger sum of compensation

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