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Monday, November 28, 2016

Monday, November 28, 2016

Strictly Come Dancing: 'Ed Balls has a great future in entertainment', says Ann Widdecombe

Strictly Come Dancing: 'Ed Balls has a great future in entertainment', says Ann Widdecombe

'Ed Balls has a great future in entertainment', says Ann Widdecombe

Ed Balls was voted out of Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday

EXCLUSIVE: Ricky Tomlinson to release a song called We Hate Maggie Thatcher

EXCLUSIVE: Ricky Tomlinson to release a song called 'We Hate Maggie Thatcher'

EXCLUSIVE: Ricky Tomlinson to release a song called 'We Hate Maggie Thatcher'

The actor and comedian popped by the studio for a chat with Jon Holmes

Tony Blair should be expelled from Labour Party for Jeremy Corbyn comments, says George Galloway

Labour should expel Blair for Corbyn comments, says George Galloway

Our presenter also says Labour could win power if a snap election were called by Theresa May

Football sex abuse scandal: Barry Bennell 'taken to hospital after being found unconscious'

Barry Bennell 'taken to hospital after being found unconscious'

Bennell, a serial paedophile, has been accused of sexual abuse by a number of former players

'I've not just talked the talk, but walked the walk' - UKIP leader Paul Nuttall

'I've not just talked the talk, I've walked the walk' - UKIP leader Paul Nuttall on his election win

'I've not just talked the talk, I've walked the walk', says Paul Nuttall

The new UKIP leader spoke briefly to Julia Hartley-Brewer after winning the leadership of the party

Southern Rail services disrupted after train caught fire

Southern Rail disrupted again after train caught fire

Southern Rail disrupted again after train caught fire

Southern Rail have launched an investigation into the incident which happened at around 5am this morning

Cafe is forced to apologise after selling smoothies with swastika labels

Shoreditch cafe apologises for selling Nazi-themed smoothies

Shoreditch cafe apologises for selling Nazi-themed smoothies

Nincomsoup, a coffee shop in London in Old Street Tube Station, was selling an almond milk and peanut butter drink with swastika labels

California mosques receive threatening messages after Donald Trump's election victory

Donald Trump 'Muslim Holocaust' letters sent to California mosques

Donald Trump 'Muslim Holocaust' letters sent to California mosques

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has called for increased protection for the mosques in Long Beach, Claremont and San Jose after the message was received.

Donald Trump's voter fraud claim is 'very dangerous rhetoric', says political fellow

Donald Trump's voter fraud claim 'very dangerous', says political fellow

Trump's voter fraud claim 'very dangerous'

Dr. Brian Klaas, a political fellow at the London School of Economics, claimed Donald Trump's claims 'denigrate faith and democracy'

LISTEN Julia Hartley-Brewer blasts 'embarrassing' Corbyn defender over Fidel Castro stance

Julia Hartley-Brewer blasts 'embarrassing' Corbyn defender over Fidel Castro

Bastani said extrajudicial killings in Cuba could be compared with US executions

Brazilian wandering spider discovered in Lidl banana packaging in Germany

Deadly Brazilian spider discovered in Lidl banana packaging in Germany

Deadly Brazilian spider discovered in Lidl banana packaging in Germany

A customer spotted the spider after it emerged from the banana packaging

Paul Nuttall confirmed as new UKIP leader

Paul Nuttall confirmed as new UKIP leader

Nuttall succeeds Diane James, who stepped down after 18 days in charge

Hydrothermal eruption reaching heights of 30 metres shocks residents in New Zealand

Lake Rotorua erupts in New Zealand, sending water 30 feet into the air

Lake Rotorua erupts in New Zealand, sending water 30 feet into the air

A hydrothermal eruption from Lake Rotorua in New Zealand has shocked residents as they were woken by 'a big thump'

Nigel Farage won't 'go to America and won't accept a peerage', says political reporter

Nigel Farage won't go to America and won't accept a peerage, says political reporter

'Nigel Farage won't go to America and won't accept a peerage'

Michael Crick claimed the interim UKIP leader had given him the news

Turkish man accused of owning bomb-making instructions linked to the far-left

Hackney man accused of owning bomb-making instructions linked to Turkish far-left

Hackney man accused of owning bomb-making instructions

Alaettin Kalender is accused of keeping a political magazine with bomb-making instructions, but has denied terrorism charges

'Keeping EEA membership could speed up the process of leaving the EU', says British Influence think tank

Brexit could actually be quicker through EEA challenge, says campaigner

Brexit could actually be quicker through EEA challenge, says campaigner

British Influence director Peter Wilding says review of Government's claims on EEA membership can only hope the UK

Football sex abuse scandal came from 'a culture of turning away', says sports writer

Football sex abuse scandal came from 'a culture of turning away', says sports writer

Football abuse scandal came from 'a culture of turning away', says sports writer

Matt Dickinson, the Chief Sports Writer at the Times, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after more than 20 former footballers came forward with allegations

Robbie Williams gives his Brit Awards away and sent one to Wayne Rooney

Manchester United star Wayne Rooney received Brit Award - from Robbie Williams

Manchester United star Wayne Rooney received Brit Award - from Robbie Williams

Singer says he was under influence of marijuana when he sent the award to England footballer

'Rod Stewart will perform an exclusive show at the Isle of Wight Festival', says organiser

Rod Stewart will perform 'exclusive show' at Isle of Wight Festival, says organiser

'Rod Stewart will perform an exclusive show at the Isle of Wight Festival'

Organiser of the Isle of Wight Festival John Giddings joined Paul Ross to reveal more about next year's event

Islamic State plans to attack Europe found by coalition forces

Isis Europe attack battleplans found by coalition forces

Isis Europe attack battleplans found by coalition forces

The plans were found as the battle to retake Mosul remains in full swing

The FA is 'monumentally useless', says David Mellor as the organisation opens investigation into the growing child sex abuse scandal

The FA is 'monumentally useless', says David Mellor as sex abuse scandal begins

The FA is 'monumentally useless', says David Mellor

Up to seven professional football clubs are now involved in the scandal after more than 20 ex-players allege they were victims

New UKIP leader to be announced today

New UKIP leader to be announced today

New UKIP leader to be announced today

Paul Nuttall is the favourite for the position, with Suzanne Evans and John Rees-Evans also standing for the role

Friday, November 25, 2016

Friday, November 25, 2016

Theresa May not as radical as Margaret Thatcher was, says former advisor

Theresa May not as radical as Margaret Thatcher was, says former advisor Baron Tim Bell

May not as radical as Thatcher was, says former advisor

"I cannot think of any problem this country faces, particularly Brexit, which (Margaret Thatcher) wouldn't have faced completely in the jaw and done what is necessary."

Doroteyja and her partner Lorenzo perform in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

Doroteyja and her partner Lorenzo perform in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

Doroteyja and her partner Lorenzo perform in Busker Sessions for Jon Holmes

They did a beautiful cover of Bon Iver's Skinny Love

Santa is caught telling children Hillary Clinton is on the naughty list in Florida

Santa is caught telling children Hillary Clinton is 'on the naughty list' in Florida

Santa is caught telling children Hillary Clinton is on the naughty list

A man dressed as Father Christmas at Seminole Towne Center, Florida had to be removed when he told two children Clinton was on his naughty list

'Black Friday decimated my timeline' - Twitter reacts to the day of sales

'Black Friday decimated my timeline' - Twitter reacts to the sales meltdown

'Black Friday decimated my timeline' - Twitter reacts to the sales meltdown

Today is Black Friday, where many retailers put sales on to entice customers in

#ColdWar - Twitter users comment on Iceland v Iceland

#ColdWar - Twitter users comment on Iceland vs Iceland

#ColdWar - Twitter users comment on Iceland vs Iceland

The nation has decided to sue the budget supermarket chain, and of course, the Twitterati share their view of it

Iceland vs Iceland: 'The country wants to indicate their products are proudly Icelandic', says leading solicitor

Iceland vs Iceland: 'The country wants to indicate their products are proudly Icelandic', says solicitor

'The country Iceland wants to indicate their products are proudly Icelandic'

The country Iceland are taking legal action against the supermarket Iceland over their name

Grindr killer Stephen Port handed life sentence for murders of four young men

Grindr killer Stephen Port handed life sentence for murders of four young men

Grindr killer Stephen Port handed life sentence for murders of four young men

The 41-year-old chef will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing Jack Taylor, Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari and Daniel Whitworth

'Some remainers are trying to create a recession so they can say I told you so', says Leave Means Leave

'Some remainers are trying to create a recession so they can say I told you so', says Leave Means Leave

'Some remainers are trying to create a recession so they can say I told you so'

John Major has claimed there is a credible case for a second referendum and Tony Blair has said he believes Brexit could be stopped

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Tony Blair's former advisor over the reasons behind the Brexit vote

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Tony Blair's former advisor over Brexit

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with Tony Blair's former advisor over EU vote

John McTernan came onto the show to discuss the former PM's return to political activity

Japan plans to build the world's fastest supercomputer

Japan plans to build world's fastest supercomputer

Japan plans to build world's fastest supercomputer

The computer should make 130 quadrillion calculations per second, and the country will spend £139 million on creating it

NAPAC founder calls for mandatory reporting in institutions as football sex abuse claims rise

Expert calls for mandatory reporting in institutions as football sex abuse claims rise

Expert calls for mandatory reporting as football sex abuse claims rise

Northumbria Police and Cheshire Police are investigating historical sex abuse allegations in football after a number of high-profile footballers revealed they were abused as youth players

Pensioner travels the UK to change road signs to miles and yards

The anti-metric pensioner who alters road signs

The anti-metric pensioner who alters road signs

Derek Norman has been changing road signs for the last 16 years and co-founded Active Resistance to Metrication

Sir John Major delivers Brexit warning against 'tyranny of the majority'

Sir John Major delivers Brexit warning against 'tyranny of the majority'

Sir John Major delivers Brexit warning against 'tyranny of the majority'

The former PM claimed there was a 'perfectly credible case' for a second referendum

Nurse faces suspension for concealing Pauline Cafferkey's temperature at Heathrow Airport in 2014

Nurse faces suspension for concealing temperature to avoid ebola scare

Nurse faces suspension for concealing temperature to avoid ebola scare

Misconduct charges against Donna Wood were proven after a panel found she'd put a lower temperature down on Cafferkey's screening form after she arrived back from West Africa

MP panic rooms: 'It's frightening times we live in', says former MP on increased security measures

MP panic rooms: 'It's frightening times we live in', says former MP on increased security measures

MP panic rooms: 'It's frightening times we live in', says former MP

Lee Scott, the former MP for Ilford North, spoke to Sam Delaney about the increased security measures MPs are implementing to protect their safety

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Thursday, November 24, 2016

The James Whale Show: Paedophile hunter

The James Whale Show: Paedophile hunter - Thursday 24 November 2016

The James Whale Show: Paedophile hunter

"When the police have asked you to stop, why don't you do it?"

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Duncan Norvelle

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Duncan Norvelle - Thursday 24 November 2016

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Duncan Norvelle

James Whale talks to comedian and TV personality Duncan Norvelle

'We need to protect ourselves online, but we shouldn't make users and websites responsible for crime', says helpline assistant

Stephen Port: 'There is a lack of communication between dating apps and local law enforcement', says helpline assistant

'There is a lack of communication between dating apps and local law enforcement'

The National Police Chiefs' Council has called for dating apps to take responibility for protecting their users' safety, after Stephen Port was found guilty of murder

Stephen Port's alleged drug dealer appears in court

Stephen Port's alleged drug dealer appears in court

Stephen Port's alleged drug dealer appears in court

Stephen Port's alleged drug dealer has appeared in court today, he is accused of supplying him with the date rape drug GHB and mephedrone

James Buckley on gaming, YouTube, and his Mark Wright comparison

James Buckley on gaming, YouTube, and those Mark Wright impressions

James Buckley on gaming, YouTube, and those Mark Wright impressions

The star of The Inbetweeners spoke to Paul Ross

Strictly Come Dancing winner Chris Hollins tips Ed Balls to win BBC show

Strictly Come Dancing winner Chris Hollins tips Ed Balls for victory

Strictly Come Dancing winner Chris Hollins tips Ed Balls for victory

The presenter has backed Balls to win because "it's got his name written all over it."

Hundreds of London Underground drivers to strike on same day as Southern Rail strike

Hundreds of London Underground drivers to strike on same day as Southern Rail strike

Hundreds of tube drivers to strike on same day as Southern Rail strike

Hundreds of London Underground drivers are to stage a 24-hour strike next month in two separate disputes, coinciding with another walkout by guards on Southern Rail

Thomas Mair: 'Racism has become mainstream' says leading author

Thomas Mair: 'Racism has become mainstream' says leading author

Thomas Mair: 'Racism has become mainstream', says leading author

Matthew Collins, the author of Hate: My Life in the British Far Right, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the man who killed Jo Cox

Jo Cox: 'We must make sure what Brendan Cox said becomes the truth', says MP Stephen Kinnock

Jo Cox: 'We must make sure that what Brendan Cox said becomes the truth', says MP Stephen Kinnock

Jo Cox: 'We must make sure that what Brendan Cox said becomes the truth'

Thomas Mair was sentenced to life imprisonment after he was found guilty of murdering MP Jo Cox

'Black Friday deals are only a bargain if you actually need or want it', warns consumer rights blogger

'Black Friday deals are only a bargain if you actually need or want it', warns consumer rights blogger

'Black Friday deals are only a bargain if you actually need or want it'

Tomorrow is Black Friday, where shops up and down the country will be putting on sales to entice customers to buy their goods

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 30

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 30

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 30

Check out the latest highlights from the weekday breakfast show

Stephen Port: 'It's truly shocking the police didn't make the connection', says campaigner

Stephen Port: 'It's truly shocking the police didn't make the connection', says campaigner

Stephen Port: 'It's truly shocking the police didn't make the connection'

Campaigner Peter Tatchell called it 'astonishing' that the police did not publicly appeal until four young men were dead

Lost 4-year-old migrant will be reunited with her mother after a coincidence

Lost 4-year-old migrant will be reunited with her mother after happy coincidence

Lost 4-year-old migrant will be reunited with her mother after coincidence

A 4-year-old migrant girl who travelled from North Africa to Italy alone is going to be reunited with her mother after a coincidence, according to reports

Donald Trump: Twitter users praise New York Times columnist for defiant response

Donald Trump: Twitter users praise New York Times columnist for defiant response

Donald Trump: Twitter users praise New York Times columnist for defiant response

Charles M. Blow wrote a column entitled 'No Trump, We Just Can't Get Along' in response to the president-elect's interview with the newspaper

67 people killed as scaffolding collapses

67 people killed as scaffolding collapses in China

67 people killed as scaffolding collapses in China

At least 67 people have died after scaffolding collapsed at a building in China

UK sex workers 'want decriminalisation for safety', says English Collective of Prostitutes spokesperson

UK sex workers 'want decriminalisation for safety', says English Collective of Prostitutes spokesperson

UK sex workers 'want decriminalisation for safety', says ECP spokesperson

Laura Watson, from the English Collective of Prostitutes, explained why all related activities of prostitution need to be made legal

Paul Ross reviews the latest films with Rebecca Perfect

Paul Ross reviews the latest films with Rebecca Perfect

Paul Ross reviews the latest films with Rebecca Perfect

The TV presenter gave her verdict on Hollywood's latest offerings

Autumn Statement: Brexiteers blast Phillip Hammond for 'economic doom and gloom' after Brexit costs

Autumn Statement: Brexiteers blast Phillip Hammond's 'doom and gloom' over Brexit costs

Brexiteers blast Phillip Hammond for 'doom and gloom' over Brexit costs

The Chancellor revealed the country's economy is to lose roughly £60 billion over the next five years as a result of the leave vote

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