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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Nazi books were discovered on a mountainside

Nazi books discovered in Argentina town - days after attacks on Jewish students

Nazi books discovered in Argentina town - days after attacks on Jewish students

Discovery of books in garbage bag follows attacks by students reportedly wearing swastikas and Hitler moustaches

Apple tax bill: 'It puts off investors from putting money anywhere in Europe, so for post-Brexit Britain, it’s very good indeed', says Nigel Farage

Apple €13bn tax bill is great news for post-Brexit Britain, says Nigel Farage

Apple tax bill is great news for post-Brexit Britain, says Nigel Farage

Former Ukip leader says judgement shows 'if you're a member of the European Union, you're not in charge of your own life'

Brexit: Parliament will have say on triggering Article 50

Brexit: Parliament will have say over Article 50, says Theresa May spokesperson

Parliament will have say on triggering Article 50, says May's spokesperson

Several parties are pushed for a Parliamentary vote on when Article 50 is triggered

Police visible tattoo ban: 'We're missing out on some really good people', says Chief Inspector

Police visible tattoo ban: 'We're missing out on some really good people', says head of Police Federation

Tattoo ban: 'We're missing out on really good people', says police union chief

Inspector Victoria Martin said interpretation of the guidelines on visible tattoos differs across the country

Somalia SYL hotel car bombing: Al-Shabaab jihadists responsible

Somalia hotel car bombing kills five, Al-Shabaab claims responsibility

Somalia hotel car bombing kills five, Al-Shabaab claims responsibility

Ten people also reported injured after a car bomb exploded outside a hotel near the presidential palace in Mogadishu

Migration Crisis: UK asylum 'hotspot' plan is worth exploring, says Migrant Rights Network Director

Migration Crisis: UK asylum 'hotspot' plan worth exploring, says Migrant Rights Network Director

UK asylum 'hotspot' plan worth exploring, says Migrant Rights Network

Calais regional president Xavier Bertrand put forward an idea where migrants could claim UK asylum before crossing the channel

Ed Balls' comments: 'You'd expect a little more humility', says founder of Novara Media

Jeremy Corbyn supporter mocks Ed Balls over 2015 electoral disaster

Jeremy Corbyn supporter mocks Ed Balls over 2015 electoral disaster

After Balls called Jeremy Corbyn's leadership style a 'leftist utopian fantasy', Aaron Bastani said the former shadow chancellor 'isn't all that' when it comes to winning elections

North Korean officials reportedly executed with anti-aircraft gun in Pyongyang

North Korean officials reportedly executed with anti-aircraft gun in Pyongyang

North Korean officials reportedly executed with anti-aircraft gun in Pyongyang

A South Korean newspaper has reported two senior regime officers have been killed because Kim Jong-un perceived them as a threat

Body Art tattoos

Britain's most tattooed man speaks out on police ink rules

Britain's most tattooed man speaks out on police ink rules

Man simply known as Body Art tells talkRADIO that tattooed people should be allowed to join the police

British traveller Tom Jackson dies a week after trying to save backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung

Family of murdered Briton Tom Jackson say they are 'indescribably proud' of him

Family of murdered Briton Tom Jackson say they are 'indescribably proud' of him

Jackson was fatally wounded attempting to save fellow backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung during knife attack in Australia

Lord Andrew Green dismisses Calais migrants UK asylum deal

UK Calais migrant deal 'won't happen' says head of Migration Watch

UK Calais migrant deal 'won't happen' says head of Migration Watch

Lord Green tells talkRADIO the proposed system wouldn't work for either France of the UK

Broadcaster pays tribute to actor Gene Wilder

Gene Wilder death: Willy Wonka star was a 'gentle genius'

Gene Wilder was a 'gentle genius and so magical'

Entertainment journalist Sandro Monetti pays tribute to Young Frankenstein actor after his death on Monday

Monday, August 29, 2016

Monday, August 29, 2016

Sir Philip Green had no choice but to make voluntary offer to plug outstanding debt, says pension expert

Sir Philip Green had no choice but to make voluntary offer to plug outstanding debt, says pension expert

Pension expert: Sir Philip Green had to make voluntary offer to plug BHS debt

BHS shut its shops for the last time yesterday

X Factor, crushed dreams and typical ideas - The work experience TV review

X Factor, crushed dreams and typical ideas - The work experience TV review

X Factor, crushed dreams and typical ideas - The work experience TV review

Work experience James takes a closer look at the small screen

Heavy police presence remains as partygoers attend Notting Hill Carnival

Heavy police presence remains as partygoers attend the final day of Notting Hill Carnival

Heavy police presence remains as partygoers attend Notting Hill Carnival

The eventl, which attracts more than a million people annually, began yesterday and ends today

Expert praises the success of Mars simulation experiment in Hawaii

Expert praises the success of Mars simulation experiment in Hawaii

Expert praises the success of Mars simulation experiment in Hawaii

A team of six people have emerged today after living in isolation for one year

Pro-EU campaigners make a funding plea to Brexiteers to help the Peoples' Challenge stop Theresa May from triggering Article 50 without a Parlimentary Act

Brexit: Pro-EU campaigners make funding plea to stop Theresa May triggering Article 50 without Parlimentary Act

Pro-EU group funding makes plea to Brexiteers over Article 50

The Peoples' Challenge is trying to ensure Prime Minister Theresa May gets Parliament's approval before beginning exit negotiations from the EU

British Medical Association calls for the length of GP appointments to be increased

British Medical Association calls for the length of GP appointments to be increased

BMA calls for the length of GP appointments to be increased

Medicial chiefs want new measures to help the workload of doctors

Izzy Bizu talks about her upcoming album, future gigs, and singing in French

Izzy Bizu talks about her upcoming album, future gigs, and singing in French

Izzy Bizu talks about her upcoming album, future gigs, and singing in French

The singer-songwriter came back the talkRADIO studio to chat to Paul Ross

Man arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice following uncorroborated reports of child abduction in Surrey

Man arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice following uncorroborated reports of child abduction in Surrey

Man arrested following uncorroborated reports of child abduction in Surrey

Police could find no evidence to support the claims of a young boy being snatched

Asthma UK Chief Executive says NHS treatment of the condition is 'complacent'

Asthma UK Chief Executive says NHS treatment of the condition is 'complacent'

Asthma UK Chief Executive says NHS treatment of the condition is 'complacent'

A report by the charity revealed there are more than 1,000 needless deaths from the condition

Parkinson's disease: Leading expert on new test that could lead to early diagnosis

Parkinson's disease: Leading expert on new test that could lead to early diagnosis

Parkinson's disease: Expert on new test that could lead to early diagnosis

Doctor Alison Green from the University of Edinburgh reveals details of tests on sticky protein molecules

Miners' pensions: Lawyer Peter Stefanovic calls for a public inquiry into the government's £8billion windfall

Miners' pensions: Lawyer Peter Stefanovic calls for a public inquiry into the government's £8billion windfall

Lawyer Peter Stefanovic calls for a public inquiry into miners' pensions

The government has taken around £8billion from the scheme

Friday, August 26, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Hudsy performs a busker set for Jon Holmes

Hudsy performs a busker set for Jon Holmes

Hudsy performs a busker set for Jon Holmes

The Canadian singer delighted us with his dulcet tones

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 21

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 21

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 21

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

Matt Edmondson on the Xtra Factor, friendship with Rylan, and working with Simon

Matt Edmondson on the Xtra Factor, friendship with Rylan Clark-Neal, and working with Simon Cowell

Matt Edmondson on the Xtra Factor, Rylan, and working with Simon Cowell

The presenter gave Paul Ross the scoop ahead of the X Factor's launch on Saturday night

Children's TV personality Justin Fletcher on sign language, Peter Kay and the Railway Children

Children's TV personality Justin Fletcher on sign language, Peter Kay and 'The Railway Children'

Justin Fletcher on sign language, Peter Kay and 'The Railway Children'

The children's TV actor revealed how character Mr Tumble came about

'It's very undemocratic' - Chair of Labour Leave John Mills blasts Owen Smith for pledging to block Brexit

'It's very undemocratic' - Chair of Labour Leave, John Mills, blasts Owen Smith for pledging to block Brexit

Labour Leave Chair, John Mills, blasts Owen Smith for pledging to block Brexit

Mills claims 'it's completely wrong to go back over the ground again'

Cousin of 'teenage terror twins' to be sentenced at the Old Bailey

Cousin of 'teenage terror twins' to be sentenced at the Old Bailey

Cousin of 'teenage terror twins' to be sentenced at the Old Bailey

Abdullahi Ahmed Jama Farah was convicted of preparing for terrorist acts in February

Camber Sands drownings: 'We need to continually assess the safety factors of the beach', says Rother culture and tourism councillor

Camber Sands drownings: Lifeguards will be on duty over bank holiday weekend, confirms tourism councillor

Camber Sands drownings: Lifeguards to be drafted in over bank holiday weekend

The beach will be closely monitored following the deaths of five people this week

UKIP leadership candidate Bill Etheridge calls for BBC privatisation

UKIP leadership candidate Bill Etheridge calls for BBC privatisation

UKIP leadership candidate Bill Etheridge calls for BBC privatisation

The leadership hopeful believes it would stop voters being subject to propaganda

Celebrity Big Brother: Stephen Bear will win, claims Andy West

Celebrity Big Brother: Stephen Bear will win, claims Andy West

Celebrity Big Brother: Stephen Bear will win, claims Andy West

The former housemate thinks the CBB troublemaker will come out on top

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Thursday, August 25, 2016

How Farage fared in the US on the same stage as Donald Trump

How Farage fared in the US

J.T. Williamson, who interviewed Nigel Farage in Mississippi, USA, talked to Jonny and Ash Gould

Shaun Ryder and Sam Delaney discuss posh music festivals

Shaun Ryder and Sam Delaney discuss posh music festivals

Shaun Ryder on posh music festivals

"Festivals do me 'ead in"

Sam Delaney clashes with podcaster over the education system

Sam Delaney clashes with podcaster over the education system

Sam Delaney clashes with podcaster over the education system

"You're literally coming on national radio, misrepresenting the British education system"

Traingate: Jeremy Corbyn got it wrong and 'people will now think he's a liar', says political strategist

Traingate: Jeremy Corbyn got it wrong and 'people will now think he's a liar', says political strategist

Traingate: Corbyn got it wrong and 'people will now think he's a liar'

Tony Blair's former advisor John McTernan says Labour leader should have just said sorry

Actor Noel Clarke on career goals, directing and new film Brotherhood

Actor Noel Clarke on career goals, directing and new film 'Brotherhood'

Actor Noel Clarke on career goals, directing and new film 'Brotherhood'

Jon Holmes was joined by the writer and director as the final part of the 'Kidulthood' trilogy is set for release

Life of Farage - BBC comedy show to explore the former UKIP leader's life after resignation

BBC comedy show to explore former UKIP leader Nigel Farage's life after politics

BBC comedy show to explore Nigel Farage's life after UKIP

A one-off production has been commissioned to explore the 'day-to-day reality of being' the party's former leader

A&E services for under-18s have been suspended in Stafford

A&E services for under-18s have been suspended in Stafford

A&E services for under-18s have been suspended in Stafford

A suspension of A&E services has begun due to safety concerns, but adult services remain open

Proxima b: Space expert highlights the potential of exo-planet to sustain life

Proxima b: Space expert highlights the potential of exo-planet to sustain life

Proxima b: Space expert highlights the potential of exo-planet to sustain life

The planet is only 4.2 light years away from Earth

GCSE results fall to their lowest level since 2008

GCSE results fall to their lowest level since 2008

GCSE results fall to their lowest level since 2008

Those receiving grades A* to C has dropped from 69% to 66.9%

Actor John Challis on Boycie, spin offs and 'Are You Being Served?'

Actor John Challis on Boycie, spin offs and 'Are You Being Served?'

Actor John Challis on Boycie, spin offs and 'Are You Being Served?'

He will play the role of Captain Peacock in this weekend's revival of the classic BBC sitcom

Camber Sands drowings: Royal National Lifeboat Institution member offers key advice for UK beachgoers

Camber Sands drownings: Royal National Lifeboat Institution member offers key advice for UK beachgoers

Camber Sands drownings: RNLI member offers advice for UK beachgoers

A total of 12 people have died on Britain's coasts this week

Yorkshire Ripper moved back into prison after three decades in Broadmoor

Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe moved back to prison after three decades in Broadmoor

Yorkshire Ripper moved back to prison after three decades in Broadmoor

Peter Sutcliffe, who murdered 13 women between 1976 and 1981, has now been moved back into jail

Nigel Farage vows to return to frontline politics IF Theresa May doesn't deliver Brexit

Nigel Farage vows to return to frontline politics IF Theresa May doesn't deliver Brexit

Farage vows to return to frontline politics IF May doesn't deliver Brexit

The former leader of UKIP told talkRADIO he couldn't let down the people he encouraged to vote Leave

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Nigel Farage on his USA visit to Donald Trump

Nigel Farage on his USA visit to Donald Trump

Nigel Farage on his USA visit to Donald Trump

The former UKIP leader spoke to Jonny and Ash about his Stateside trip

'Ancient buildings and monuments renders Italy vulnerable to earthquakes', says leading expert

'Ancient buildings and monuments renders Italy vulnerable to earthquakes', says leading expert

Ancient architecture renders Italy 'vulnerable to earthquakes' - Expert view

Doctor David Whitehouse and journalist Angela Giuffrida provide more information on the quake in Italy

Notting Hill Carnival: Police make more than 100 arrests in the build-up to the event

Notting Hill Carnival: Police make more than 100 arrests in the build-up to the event

Notting Hill Carnival: Police make more than 100 arrests in build-up to event

Authorities have seized guns, machetes and drugs in a series of raids

Airport laser incidents: expert explains guidelines after the Civil Aviation Authority call to arrest users

Airport laser incidents: Expert explains guidelines after Civil Aviation Authority call to arrest users

Airport laser incidents: Expert explains rules after CAA calls for user arrests

The Civil Aviation Authority has insisted people found with laser pointers need to be arrested - even if they aren't using them

INCREDIBLE! Jersey Boys' cast perform 31 songs in under one minute live on air!

INCREDIBLE! Jersey Boys' cast perform 31 songs in under one minute live on air!

INCREDIBLE! Jersey Boys' cast perform 31 songs in under one minute live on air!

They also chatted about meeting Frankie Valli and performing night after night on stage

The Great British Bake Off is back tonight, but first here's a look back at some of the best disasters

The Great British Bake Off returns... we take a look at the funniest disasters

The Great British Bake Off returns... we take a look at the funniest disasters

As the popular baking competition hits our screens tonight, we remember the worst bits from previous series

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