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Friday, December 2, 2016

Friday, December 2, 2016

'We need to learn the lessons' of the football sex abuse scandal, says former Sports Minister Richard Caborn

'We need to learn lessons' of football sex abuse scandal, says ex-minister Richard Caborn

'We need to learn lessons' of football sex abuse scandal, says ex-minister

The former Sports Minister was speaking to Julia Hartley-Brewer following former Chelsea footballer Gary Johnson's interview to the Daily Mirror

Residents are evacuated after bus catches fire in London

Residents evacuated after bus catches fire in London

Residents evacuated after bus catches fire in London

A fire broke out on a bus this morning in Kingston, the cause is currently unknown

Chapecoense plane crash: Barcelona 'ban Lionel Messi from flying to South America'

Barcelona 'ban Lionel Messi from flying to South America after Colombia crash'

Catalan club reportedly horrified by fact that Messi used crash plane just weeks earlier

'The Richmond Park by-election result is an expression of disquiet about Brexit', says London journalist

Richmond Park by-election result is about Brexit, not Heathrow, says London journalist

Richmond Park by-election result 'is about Brexit, not Heathrow'

Dave Hill spoke to Julia after Zac Goldsmith lost the Richmond Park by-election to the Liberal Democrats.

Former footballer claims he was paid not to go public with abuse claim

Former Chelsea footballer Gary Johnson claims he was paid not to go public with abuse claim

Former footballer claims he was paid not to go public with abuse claim

Gary Johnson, who played for Chelsea between 1978 and 1981, claims the club paid him £50,000 to stay silent

The week's court news: cuddly toy distractions theft, Eddie Izzard harasser, and the man facing a life sentence for killing a disabled person with a golf club

The week's court news: from cuddly toy burglars to Eddie Izzard 'poofter' abuse verdict

Cuddly toy distractions, Eddie Izzard's harasser jailed: The week's court news

talkRADIO and Court News bring you the latest from the UK's courts

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 31

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 31

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 31

Check out the latest highlights from Paul Ross

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Thursday, December 1, 2016

The James Whale Show: Motorway speed limits

The James Whale Show: Motorway speed limits - Thursday 1 December 2016

The James Whale Show: Motorway speed limits

"I'm getting fed up with being pushed around by cyclists, by pedestrians, by everybody else who hates the motorist..."

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Alexander Nekrassov

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Alexander Nekrassov - Thursday 1 December 2016

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Alexander Nekrassov

James Whale talks to former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov

After Trump and Brexit disasters, pollsters are now getting Scottish independence wrong too

Why the pollsters have it wrong - again - on Scottish independence

You'd think the events of 2016 would make pollsters rethink their inaccurate methods. But a glance at this week's Scottish independence poll suggests otherwise

'We're creating an illegal subclass and our immigration policy is at fault', says Joint Council For The Welfare Of Immigrants

Brexit 'is a chance to fix our broken immigration system'

Brexit 'is a chance to fix our broken immigration system'

Campaigner Saira Grant says existing system has created 'an illegal sub-class of immigrants'

LaMia - a look into the company who ferried the Chapecoense team to their final destination

Chapecoense Colombia plane crash: The brief but troubled history of LaMia

Chapecoense Colombia plane crash: The brief but troubled history of LaMia

Airline was only founded in 2009 but has been dogged by problems since its creation

Alan Davies on QI, Jonathan Creek and his new DVD

Alan Davies on QI, Jonathan Creek and his new DVD

Alan Davies on QI, Jonathan Creek and his new DVD

Alan Davies joined Jon Holmes and revealed more about filming for TV and performing stand-up

350 victims report child sex abuse in football

350 people report child sex abuse in football

350 people report child sex abuse in football

Police have said that 350 people have come forward claiming they were sexually abused as a child

German spy and gay porn actor arrested over bomb plot

German spy and gay porn actor arrested over Islamist bomb plot

German spy and gay porn actor arrested over Islamist bomb plot

A German spy who was using an Islamist militant chat room to plan a bomb attack, also used his chat room name in gay porn films

WATCH Dad creates American Ninja Warrior obstacle course for his daughter

WATCH Dad creates American Ninja Warrior obstacle course for his daughter

WATCH Dad creates American Ninja Warrior obstacle course for his daughter

A father has created an American Ninja Warrior obstacle course for his five-year-old daughter, and is now raising money to build more

Arlene Phillips, Tim Vine and Matthew Kelly reveal more about their upcoming pantomime

Arlene Phillips, Tim Vine and Matthew Kelly reveal more about their new panto

Arlene Phillips, Tim Vine and Matthew Kelly reveal more about their new panto

Choreographer Arlene Phillips, comedian Tim Vine and actor Matthew Kelly joined Paul Ross in the studio

Music journalist Mick Wall on 'Last of the Giants' and his long history with Guns N' Roses

Music journalist Mick Wall on 'Last of the Giants' and his long history with Guns N' Roses

Mick Wall on 'Last of the Giants' and his long history with Guns N' Roses

The leading music journalist and author popped by the studio for a chat with Sam Delaney about his latest book

Chapecoense crash: Lamia plane 'was only designed for short distances'

Chapecoense crash: Lamia plane 'was only designed for short distances'

Charter plane was only used as a 'plan B' because request for direct Airbus 320 flight was blocked, reports claim

2000-year-old scroll containing the 'first reference to Jesus' is authenticated

2000-year-old scroll containing the 'first reference to Jesus' is authenticated

2000 year old scroll containing the 'first reference to Jesus' is authenticated

Experts have confirmed that an ancient set of scrolls are genuine and include words and symbols relating to Christianity and Judaism, as well as a portrait of Jesus

Brexit: UK future has to be focused on more than GDP, insists thinktank director

Brexit: UK future has to be focused on more than GDP, insists thinktank director

Brexit: UK future has to be focused on more than GDP, insists thinktank director

This follows the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, warning against "division and despair" if the government's plan is to focus on money rather than people

Christopher Biggins on Gogglebox, Big Brother and I'm a Celebrity

Christopher Biggins on Gogglebox, Big Brother and I'm a Celebrity

Christopher Biggins on Gogglebox, Big Brother and I'm a Celebrity

Christopher Biggins joined James Whale for the first time since they were together on Big Brother

The Internet goes into meltdown over an interview between staunch Republican Tomi Lahren and The Daily Show host Trevor Noah

Watch Donald Trump supporter Tomi Lahren endure car crash interview with Daily Show host Trevor Noah

Trump supporter endures car crash interview on the Daily Show

Staunch Republican Tomi Lahren and The Daily Show host Trevor Noah had an interview over the Black Lives Matter movement

Study on monkeys could lead to better HIV treatment

Has a monkey study unlocked the door to HIV cure?

Has a monkey study unlocked the door to HIV cure?

A drug usually taken for intestine conditions appears to also combat HIV in monkeys, and it is hoped it can be used in humans

Venomous spiders are invading British homes

Venomous spiders are invading British homes

Venomous spiders are invading British homes

The false widow has increased in numbers due to a mild autumn, in some severe cases bites from the spider can leave people in hospital

Paul Ross hears Rebecca Perfect's tip-top film review

Rebecca Perfect reviews 'Sully' on Paul Ross show

Rebecca Perfect reviews 'Sully' on Paul Ross show

The presenter reviewed Sully and Bleed For This

Leaked documents suggest Home Office wanted children of illegal immigrants to be last choice for school places

Theresa May planned to block school places for illegal immigrant children, leaked letters suggest

Theresa May 'planned to block school places for illegal immigrant children'

The BBC claims to have seen Cabinet letters which suggest Theresa May's department wanted schools to withdraw places for children if their families weren't legally in the UK

Football sex abuse: police referrals higher than opening days of Jimmy Savile scandal

Football sex abuse: police referrals almost 400% higher than opening days of Jimmy Savile scandal

Football sex abuse: police referrals higher than opening days of Jimmy Savile

The NSPCC revealed there had been a "staggering amount" of calls to the football helpline, and and an increasing number of police referrals

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

The James Whale Show: All the mugs

The James Whale Show: All the mugs - Wednesday 30 November 2016

The James Whale Show: All the mugs

"That's your job Ash!"

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Christopher Biggins

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Christopher Biggins - Wednesday 30 November 2016

The James Whale Show bonus podcast: Christopher Biggins

James Whale talks to actor and television presenter Christopher Biggins

Nigel Farage: I've no desire to move to America

Nigel Farage: I've no desire to move to America

Farage tells Sam Delaney he hasn't pitched for ambassadorial job - but he's coy on his long-term career plans

George Galloway: I'm ready to return to the Labour party and fight the SNP

George Galloway: I'm ready to return to the Labour party and fight the SNP

Our presenter said his expulsion from the Labour party was 'unjust' and demanded it be rescinded

Man walks off with bucket of gold worth £1.6 million from an armoured van

Man walks off with bucket of gold worth £1.6 million from armoured van

Man walks off with bucket of gold worth £1.6 million from armoured van

A man in New York has stolen a bucket of gold worth £1.28 million from a truck in daylight, taking an hour to get it to his own van

George Galloway: Donald Trump supporters will start civil war if recount brings Hillary Clinton victory

George Galloway: Trump voters will start civil war if Clinton wins on recount

George said 'Trumpters are fairly boisterous' and recount could cause huge problems while chatting to John Le Boutillier

Inventor of the McDonald's Big Mac dies, aged 98

Inventor of the McDonald's Big Mac dies, aged 98

Inventor of the McDonald's Big Mac dies, aged 98

Michael "Jim" Delligatti died on Monday, he invented the Big Mac almost 50 years ago

Man who paid for his terrorist nephew's rifle recognised it from playing Call of Duty

Man accused of buying terrorist nephew a sniper rifle recognised it from Call of Duty

Man accused of buying terrorist nephew's gun recognised it from Call of Duty

Syed Hoque is accused of paying for his nephew to buy a sniper rifle, which he says he only recognised from popular computer game

Sorry Jeremy Corbyn but, as a Cuban, your view of Fidel Castro is deeply insulting

Sorry Jeremy Corbyn but, as a Cuban, your view of Castro is deeply insulting

To all those lauding Castro, I can tell you his legacy is one of fear, misery and firing squads

Norbert Hofer - an aeronautical engineer set to streamline Austrian politics

Forget Marine Le Pen - Norbert Hofer is the far-right leader we should be worried about

Forget Marine Le Pen - this is the far-right leader we should be worried about

Norbert Hofer has a very real chance of becoming Austria's next president, and some of his beliefs make Marine Le Pen look moderate

Another Colombia air crash reported hours after Chapecoense disaster

Another Colombia air crash reported hours after Chapecoense disaster

Goods plane crashes in Villavicencio, leaving four injured

Joe Stilgoe on his upcoming tour and his Big Band

Joe Stilgoe on his upcoming UK tour, his Big Band, and his special sound

Joe Stilgoe on his upcoming UK tour, his Big Band, and his special sound

The singer, pianist, and songwriter swung by the studio for a chat with Jon Holmes

Parents try to cure HIV positive baby with snake venom, leaving the child brain damaged

Parents try to cure HIV+ baby with snake venom, leaving the child brain damaged

Parents try to cure HIV+ baby with snake venom, leaving child brain damaged

A couple have been charged in Dusseldorf with aggravated negligence, after failing to tell doctors they were HIV+ during the pregnancy

WATCH Cyclist rides on a narrow railing at the top of Kolnbrein Dam

WATCH Cyclist riding safety railing on Kolnbrein Dam

WATCH Cyclist riding safety railing on Kolnbrein Dam

Fabio Wilmer rode his bike along the top of a safety railing which was at the top of a 200 metre high dam, it took him seven attempts to complete the ride

'No one is sure what will happen' - Editor reveals uncertainty surrounding Austrian president vote

Victory for Muslim-hating Norbert Hofer in Austrian election 'wouldn't be so bad'

Win for Muslim-hating Norbert Hofer in Austrian election 'wouldn't be so bad'

Thomas Mayer, the European editor of the Der Standard newspaper, told Julia Hartley-Brewer 'no one is sure what will happen' when the polling stations open

RBS stress test failure: 'A lot of banks now find themselves in an induced coma'

RBS and other banks are in 'an induced coma'

Mike Ingram tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that high interest rates are preventing banks from saving for a rainy day

'Social media companies are completely irresponsible and need to admit there is a problem', says CHIS

Tech companies turning a blind eye to child sexting, says campaigner John Carr

Tech companies turning a blind eye to child sexting, says campaigner

John Carr says tech firms are perfectly capable of stamping out the problem - but they don't want to

Scottish independence support plunges to lowest level since 2014 referendum

Scottish independence support plunges to lowest level since 2014 referendum

56% of Scots want to remain in the UK, YouGov figures suggest

Angela Merkel and Donald Tusk's 'saber-rattling' only adds to EU uncertainty, says news editor

EU may have collapsed by time Brexit negotiations start, suggests Guido Fawkes editor

'EU may have collapsed by time Brexit negotiations start'

Alex Wickham, the news editor at Guido Fawkes, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Merkel's refusal to negotiate residency rights until Article 50 is triggered

Alcoholic man in the Netherlands is allowed to be euthanised

Dutch alcoholic wins fight to be euthanised

Dutch alcoholic wins fight to be euthanised

Mark Langedijk told his family "this is no life," as he battled with alcohol for eight years and so was allowed to be euthanised

Big tobacco plain packaging appeal quashed

Big tobacco plain packaging appeal quashed

Court of Appeal rules that plain packaging regulations can remain in place

Swiss authorities search houses over awarding the 2006 world cup to Germany

Swiss authorities launch house searches over Fifa Germany World Cup award

Swiss authorities launch house searches over Fifa Germany World Cup award

Authorities in Switzerland have started seraching more houses as part of their investigation into corruption in world football

'Sextortion targets a disturbing range of ages', says former detective inspector

Sex blackmail scams target all ages, says former detective inspector

Sex blackmail scams 'target all ages'

Neil Harris spoke to Paul Ross in the wake of the National Crime Agency's warning

Panto, directors and Theresa May - Actress Maureen Lipman joins Paul Ross

Panto, directors and Theresa May - Actress Maureen Lipman joins Paul Ross

Panto, directors and Theresa May - Actress Maureen Lipman joins Paul Ross

Maureen Lipman joined Paul Ross and revealed more about panto, directors and Theresa May

Colombia aircraft 'may have run out of fuel', say investigators

Colombia aircraft 'may have run out of fuel', say investigators

Colombia aircraft 'may have run out of fuel', say investigators

The black box of LAMIA Flight 2933 to determine caused the crash which has killed 71 people

Four men committed suicide as a result of increasing 'sextortion' crimes

Police warn of increasing 'sextortion' crimes after four men committed suicide

Police warn of increasing 'sextortion' after string of suicides

The National Crime Agency has warned International gangs of organised criminals are targeting increased numbers of young men by luring them into potentially compromising positions

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

The James Whale Show: Ash's personal hygene

The James Whale Show: Ash's personal hygene - Tuesday 29 November 2016

The James Whale Show: Ash's personal hygene

Ash finally cleans up his act...

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