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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Teenage student denies manslaughter of 13-year-old boy

Teenage student denies manslaughter of 13-year-old boy

Teenage student denies manslaughter of 13-year-old boy

A teenage student has pleaded not guilty to the manslaughter of a 13-year-old boy, who died after a playground incident at school

A Cure for Wellness: Actor Jason Isaacs on filming in the 'worst, most disturbing place he's ever been'

A Cure for Wellness: Actor Jason Isaacs on filming in the 'worst, most disturbing place he's ever been'

Actor Jason Isaacs on filming in the 'worst place he's ever been'

Actor Jason Isaacs joined Paul Ross to reveal more about his new film A Cure for Wellness

'MPs can't stop Donald Trump's state visit to the UK and they can't stop him coming to Parliament,' says MP Nigel Evans

'MPs can't stop Donald Trump's state visit to the UK and they can't stop him coming to Parliament,' says MP Nigel Evans

'MPs can't stop Donald Trump's state visit to the UK,' says MP Nigel Evans

MPs have debated Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK, after two petitions about his visit gained thousands of signatures

'Most people would agree to pay more tax to help solve NHS problems,' says Patients Association

Hospital cuts: 'Most people would agree to pay more tax to help solve NHS problems,' says Patients Association

'Most people would agree to pay more tax to help solve NHS problems'

Hospital services in almost two-thirds of England could be cut or scaled down in a bid to save money in the NHS

Sutton's pie-eating goalkeeper explains his stunt was 'just a bit of fun'

Sutton's pie-eating goalkeeper explains his stunt was 'just a bit of fun'

Sutton's pie-eating goalkeeper explains his stunt was 'just a bit of fun'

During the FA Cup match between Sutton United and Arsenal, a goalkeeper was seen doing something rather unusual at the side of the pitch, so he joined Paul Ross to explain why

Libya’s Migrant Hell: 'Europe has migration fatigue, but we need to understand the migrant crisis,' says Ross Kemp

Libya’s Migrant Hell: 'Europe has migration fatigue, but we need to understand the migrant crisis,' says Ross Kemp

Ross Kemp joins Paul Ross to discuss his latest documentary on Libya

Ross Kemp spoke to Paul Ross about the issues behind his documentary Ross Kemp: Libya’s Migrant Hell

Monday, February 20, 2017

Monday, February 20, 2017

The James Whale Show: Traffic Wardens and animal cruelty

The James Whale Show: Traffic Wardens and animal cruelty - Monday 20 February 2017

The James Whale Show: Traffic Wardens and animal cruelty

James has something to say about penalties for people who are cruel to animals...

Adolf Hitler's telephone sold at auction for £194,000

Adolf Hitler's telephone sold at auction for £194,000

Adolf Hitler's telephone sold at auction for £194,000

A telephone that once belonged to Adolf Hitler has sold at an auction in Maryland for £194,000 – it is said he used it to give orders during the last two years of World War II

Plane crashes in New Jersey neighbourhood leaving pilot injured

Plane crashes in New Jersey neighbourhood leaving pilot injured

Plane crashes in New Jersey neighbourhood leaving pilot injured

A single-engine Piper crashed on Sunday damaging power lines and nearby vehicles – the pilot was taken to hospital to be treated

Race car crashes through fence into crowd injuring three people

Race car crashes through fence into crowd injuring three people

Race car crashes through fence into crowd injuring three people

A race car flipped upside down and crashed into a crowd of people on Sunday at Volusia Speedway Park, Florida, with three people hospitalised including one Brit

'All Tony Blair will succeed in doing is entrenching Leave views deeper,' says Jonny Gould

'All Tony Blair will succeed in doing is entrenching Leave views deeper,' says Jonny Gould

'All Tony Blair will succeed in doing is entrenching Leave views deeper'

Jonny Gould disseminated the former Prime Minister's speech on his show

'Blood on his hands' – George Galloway savages Tony Blair after Brexit speech

'Blood on his hands' – George Galloway savages Tony Blair after Brexit speech

George Galloway savages Tony Blair after anti-Brexit speech

The former Prime Minister called it a 'mission' for pro-EU voters to change the minds of Leavers, and our presenter let him have it

George Galloway clashes with 'caveman' caller over Tony Blair's Brexit speech

George Galloway clashes with 'caveman' caller over Tony Blair's Brexit speech

George Galloway clashes with 'caveman' caller over Tony Blair's Brexit speech

Our host locked horns with a disgruntled Remain voter about the speech Tony Blair gave on Brexit

Trump told: 'International press has exaggerated Sweden's immigration problems'

Trump told: 'International press has exaggerated Sweden's immigration problems'

'International press has previously exaggerated Sweden's immigration problems'

Donald Trump said an attack took place in Sweden on Friday night after they took in too many immigrants, yet there have been no reports of an attack in Sweden

Penny Smith's book club: Kimberley Chambers on her book 'Backstabber'

Penny Smith's Book Club: Kimberley Chambers on her book 'Backstabber'

Penny Smith's Book Club: Kimberley Chambers on her book 'Backstabber'

The best-selling author Kimberley Chambers popped into the studio for a chat with Penny Smith

At least 14 people die in Philippines bus crash

At least 14 people die in Philippines bus crash

At least 14 people die in Philippines bus crash

Over a dozen students have been killed after a bus carrying college students crashed in the Philippines today

Sweden gives Donald Trump a chance to learn about the country's immigration policy

Sweden gives Donald Trump a chance to learn about the country's immigration policy

Sweden gives Donald Trump a chance to learn the country's immigration policy

The US president falsely suggested the country had been affected by a recent terror attack linked to the number of refugees across Europe

Sheffield shooting: Man arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder

Sheffield shooting: Man arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder

Man arrested for conspiracy to murder after Sheffield shooting

A man has been arrested on suspicion of plotting to kill a 23-year-old, who was shot in the street on Saturday in Sheffield

Brexit: 'Problem facing the House of Lords is most of them were put there by Tony Blair', says Tory MP Kwasi Kwarteng

Brexit: 'Problem facing the House of Lords is most of them were put there by Tony Blair', says Tory MP Kwasi Kwarteng

'Problem facing the House of Lords is most of them were put there by Tony Blair'

Kwasi Kwarteng, Tory MP for Spelthorne, told Julia Hartley-Brewer the former Prime Minister's speech will raise issues for the Lords

Brexit bill: 'Members of the House of Lords shouldn't have to reveal their pensions, this is a sideshow', says Baroness Dianne Hayter

Brexit bill: 'Members of the House of Lords shouldn't have to reveal their EU pensions, this is a sideshow,' says Baroness Dianne Hayter

'Members of the House of Lords shouldn't have to reveal their EU pensions'

The House of Lords will begin debating the Brexit bill today, however some have claimed members have financial ties that are too close to the EU

'Demonstrations against Donald Trump state visit won't make one bit of difference', says Labour MP

'Demonstrations against Donald Trump's state visit won't make one bit of difference,' says Labour MP

'Protests against Trump visit won't make one bit of difference,' says Peter Dowd

Peter Dowd, MP for Bootle, spoke to Paul Ross about the upcoming state visit by the US president

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, February 18

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, February 18

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday, February 18

Check out the latest highlights from The Radio Hustle

NHS Crisis: 'Community services need to be improved before cutting hospital beds,' says Dr. Richard Taylor

NHS Crisis: 'Community services need to be improved before cutting hospital beds,' says Dr. Richard Taylor

'Community NHS services need to be improved before cutting hospital beds,'

Dr. Richard Taylor spoke to Paul Ross about the ongoing crisis in the National Health Service

Fake news, Swedish 'Terror', and Rush Limbaugh: Donald Trump's weekend in Tweets

Fake news, 'Terror' in Sweden, and Rush Limbaugh: Donald Trump's busy weekend on Twitter

Fake news, Swedish 'Terror', and Rush Limbaugh: Donald Trump's weekend in Tweets

Donald Trump had a very busy weekend

Friday, February 17, 2017

Friday, February 17, 2017

Phil Crocker performs in Busker Sessions with Jon Holmes

Phil Crocker performs in Busker Sessions with Jon Holmes

The singer performed his original song 'Lost Boy' and a cover of Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me'

Marti Pellow on his new album 'Mysterious' and his upcoming tour

Marti Pellow on his new album 'Mysterious' and his upcoming tour

Marti Pellow on his new album 'Mysterious' and his upcoming tour

The lead singer of Wet Wet Wet popped by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross

Brexit: Tony Blair calls for new 'cross-party movement' to persuade leavers to remain

Brexit: Tony Blair calls for new 'cross-party movement' to persuade leavers to remain

Brexit: Tony Blair calls for new 'cross-party movement' to stop exit

The former Prime Minister was speaking at the Bloomberg headquarters on Friday when he made the call

Southern Rail: 'Our members didn't think GTR deal was good enough', says ASLEF union chief Tosh McDonald

Southern Rail: 'Our members didn't think GTR deal was good enough', says ASLEF union chief Tosh McDonald

'Our members didn't think GTR deal was good enough', says ASLEF union chief

Tosh McDonald spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the deal to end the driver-only train dispute which was rejected by union members on Thursday

Donald Trump press conference comments 'would be laughable if it wasn't so serious', says commentator Bill Bernard

Donald Trump press conference comments 'would be laughable if it wasn't so serious', says commentator Bill Bernard

Donald Trump press conference 'would be laughable if it wasn't so serious'

Bill Bernard, the author of Dixiecrats and Democrats, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the press conference he gave yesterday

'Tony Blair seems to think he's Remain's Che Guevara, he’s more like a parliamentary troll', says journalist Asa Bennett

'Tony Blair seems to think he's Remain's Che Guevara, he’s more like a parliamentary troll', says journalist Asa Bennett

'Tony Blair thinks he's Remain's Che Guevara, it's more like a parliament troll'

Asa Bennett, an assistant comment editor at The Telegraph, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the former Prime Minister's speech against Brexit

'My organisation's running like a fine-tuned machine', says Donald Trump

'My organisation's running like a fine-tuned machine', says Donald Trump

'My organisation's running like a fine-tuned machine', says Donald Trump

The president gave an important press conference at the White House yesterday

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: 'fake news', New York Times, and the Democrats

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: 'fake news', New York Times, and the Democrats

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: 'fake news', New York Times, and Democrats

The president had a lot to say on Twitter last night

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Stephen Bailey on his comedy tour, his blackbelt in Taekwondo and his language skills

Stephen Bailey on his comedy tour, his blackbelt in Taekwondo and his language skills

Stephen Bailey on his comedy tour, his blackbelt in Taekwondo and languages

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

Britain potentially more vulnerable to terrorism post-Brexit, warns Europol

Britain potentially more vulnerable to terrorism post-Brexit, warns Europol

Britain potentially more vulnerable to terrorism post-Brexit, warns Europol

The Director of Europol, Rob Wainwright, insisted ministers had to ensure negotiations about security got the details right

George Galloway: 'Andrew Neil or Jeremy Paxman should be running BBC Question Time'

George Galloway: 'Andrew Neil or Jeremy Paxman should be running BBC Question Time'

George Galloway: 'Andrew Neil or Jeremy Paxman should be running Question Time'

Our presenter shared his thoughts on who should head up the BBC programme

George Galloway: 'It’s long past time for political freedom to be introduced in Syria'

George Galloway: 'It’s long past time for political freedom to be introduced in Syria'

George Galloway: 'It’s long past time for political freedom in Syria'

Our host declared it was time for Syria to have political choice, but admitted you sometimes have to choose between 'bad and worse'

Donald Trump 'upset' over Saturday Night Live skit portraying Stephen Bannon as the Grim Reaper

Donald Trump 'upset' over Saturday Night Live skit portraying Stephen Bannon as the Grim Reaper

Donald Trump 'reportedly upset' over Saturday Night Live Grim Reaper skit

The comedy show broadcast a skit where his Chief Strategist, Stephen Bannon, was portrayed as the Grim Reaper

Justin Bieber accused of punching man in Ohio hotel

Justin Bieber accused of punching man in Ohio hotel

Justin Bieber accused of punching man in Ohio hotel

A 34-year-old man has filed a police report claiming he was attacked by Bieber and his bodyguards after a basketball match

Teenager charged with the murder of Katie Rough to appear in court

Teenager charged with the murder of Katie Rough to appear in court

Teenager charged with the murder of Katie Rough to appear in court

Katie Rough died after suffering severe lacerations to the next and chest in January

Lawyer defends Lord Neuberger's accusation against the press after Article 50 High Court ruling

Lawyer defends Lord Neuberger's accusation against the press after Article 50 High Court ruling

Lawyer defends Lord Neuberger's accusation against press after Article 50 ruling

There was outrage from Eurosceptic newspapers after the court ruled, in 2016, that Theresa May couldn't trigger Article 50 without Parliament's approval

James Mattis the 'most powerful figure in foreign affairs in Trump administration', says defence editor Robert Fox

James Mattis 'most powerful figure in foreign affairs in Trump administration', says journalist Robert Fox

James Mattis 'most powerful figure in foreign affairs in Trump administration'

Robert Fox, Evening Standard defence correspondent, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the new US Secretary of Defence

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: Florida rally, political prisoners, and Obamacare

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: Florida rally, political prisoners and Obamacare

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: Florida rally and Obamacare

The President wasn't really true to style on the network last night

Hollywood star Keanu Reeves on his new film, John Wick: Chapter 2

Hollywood star Keanu Reeves on his new film, John Wick: Chapter 2

Hollywood star Keanu Reeves on his new film, John Wick: Chapter 2

Paul Ross popped over to a press junket for a chat with the Hollywood actor

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Mark Dolan on taking part in The Jump

Mark Dolan on taking part in The Jump

Mark Dolan on taking part in The Jump

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

George Galloway blasts John Kerry for joining in protest against Donald Trump

George Galloway blasts John Kerry for joining in protest against Donald Trump

George Galloway blasts John Kerry for joining in protest against Donald Trump

The former Secretary of State joined in the Women's March after Donald Trump's inauguration in January

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges doctor over air pollution premature death statistic in Doctors Against Diesel call to action

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges doctor over air pollution premature death statistic in Doctors Against Diesel call to action

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges doctor over air pollution premature death stat

Our presenter was speaking to paediatric doctor Norrice Liu about the call by doctors for the Government to remove diesel cars off the roads

Northern Ireland Assembly 2017 election: The full list of candidates

Northern Ireland Assembly 2017 election: The full list of candidates

Northern Ireland Assembly 2017 election: The full list of candidates

See the full list of candidates for the Northern Ireland Assembly election here

Copeland by-election: The full list of candidates

Copeland by-election: The full list of candidates

Copeland by-election: The full list of candidates

See the full list of candidates in the Copeland by-election here

Stoke by-election: The full list of candidates

Stoke by-election: The full list of candidates

Stoke by-election: The full list of candidates

Find the full list of candidates here

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: leaks, Obamacare and 'fake news'

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: leaks, Obamacare and 'fake news'

What Donald Trump tweeted last night: leaks, Obamacare and 'fake news'

The President didn't make a direct reference to the high-profile resignation of Michael Flynn

Paul Nuttall: 'Hillsborough question' will impact him in by-election, says Times Red Box editor

Paul Nuttall: 'Hillsborough question' will impact him in by-election, says Times Red Box editor

Paul Nuttall: 'The Hillsborough question' will affect by-election, says editor

Matt Chorley, editor of the Times Red Box and newest Press Gallery Chairman, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the UKIP leader's admission that claims made about his association with Hillsborough were false

Michael Flynn resignation: 'Donald Trump and advisors knew all along this could be a smoking gun', says politics professor

Michael Flynn resignation: 'Donald Trump and advisors knew all along this could be a smoking gun', says politics professor

Michael Flynn resignation: 'Donald Trump knew this could be a smoking gun'

Michael Flynn, a politics professor at the University of Birmingham, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the revelation Donald Trump knew about Michael Flynn's ties to Russia

'Lack of faith-legal abortions cause women to take it into their own hands', says Abortion Rights UK chair

'Lack of faith-legal abortions cause women to take it into their own hands', says Abortion Rights UK chair

Abortion Rights UK chair highlights problem of illegal abortion pills

Kerry Abel spoke to Paul Ross about the report released by a charity which highlighted a growing number of women are taking illegal abortion pills

Bill Oddie on the BBC's The Real Marigold Hotel and his career

Bill Oddie on the BBC's The Real Marigold Hotel and his career

Bill Oddie on the BBC's The Real Marigold Hotel and his career

The writer and actor came into talkRADIO for a chat with Paul Ross

George Galloway: 'Police have done nothing to stop Diane Abbott's online abuse'

George Galloway: 'Police have done nothing to stop Diane Abbott's online abuse'

George Galloway: 'Police have done nothing to stop Diane Abbott's online abuse'

Our presenter was speaking to a caller, Robert, about the abuse the shadow home secretary receives

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