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Friday, February 3, 2017

Friday, February 3, 2017

Iain Lee caller doesn't seem to know the difference between a phone and a radio

Iain Lee caller doesn't seem to know the difference between a phone and a radio

Tom's phone sounds 'like R2D2 having a fit', much to Iain's frustration

George Galloway announces support for Donald Trump's plan to bring manufacturing back to America

George Galloway backs Donald Trump's plan to bring manufacturing back to America

George Galloway backs Donald Trump's plan to bring manufacturing back to America

During Trump has frequently claimed that he would bring jobs back to America by increasing manufacturing in the country

 George Galloway: 'I can’t think of anyone less Churchillian than Owen Smith'

George Galloway: 'I can’t think of anyone less Churchillian than Owen Smith'

George Galloway: 'I can’t think of anyone less Churchillian than Owen Smith'

Our presenter spoke to a caller in Luton, James, about the MP for Pontypridd voting against the Brexit bill in its first reading

WATCH Man knocked unconscious after backflip goes wrong during Michael Jackson impersonation

WATCH Man tries to impersonate Michael Jackson - and breaks his neck

WATCH Man tries to impersonate Michael Jackson - and breaks his neck

Whilst a Michael Jackson impersonator was dancing, another man attempted a backflip which resulted in him breaking his neck

Teenager who threw laughing gas at Jews and shouted 'Heil Hitler' jailed for six months

Teenager who threw laughing gas at Jews and shouted 'heil Hitler' jailed for six months

Teenager who threw laughing gas at Jews and shouted 'heil Hitler' is jailed

An intoxicated teenager who shouted 'Heil Hitler' whilst throwing laughing gas canisters at Jewish shoppers has been jailed for six months

Article 50 vote: 'Dianne Abbott was in the House of Commons that day, despite not voting', says political commentator

Article 50 vote: Diane Abbott was in the Commons that day, despite not voting, says political journalist

'Diane Abbott was in the Commons on day of Article 50 vote'

The Labour MP and shadow home secretary has been accused of cowardice from fellow MPs after she missed the Article 50 vote on Wednesday due to illness

'Refugees were responsible for the Narnia Bombings too' - Twitter savages top Donald Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway after 'Bowling Green Massacre' fake news

Kellyanne Conway savaged on Twitter for Bowling Green Massacre gaffe: 'Refugees also caused the Narnia Bombings'

Twitter savages Kellyanne Conway after 'Bowling Green Massacre' fake news

In an interview with MSNBC, Donald Trump's top advisor claimed that two Iraqi immigrants were responsible for a fictional massacre. And Twitter has run with it.

Donald Trump ramps up Arnold Schwarzenegger feud: 'as a governor he was bad, on Apprentice he was worse'

Donald Trump ramps up Arnold Schwarzenegger feud with Apprentice barb

Pair have been engaged in a tit-for-tat feud in the media this week

24 diamondback rattlesnakes invade family home in Texas

Nest of 24 diamondback rattlesnakes found at family home in Texas

Nest of 24 diamondback rattlesnakes found at family home in Texas

A family in Texas found a snake in their toilet bowl, then 23 more snakes were found under their house

Former Russian ambassador blasts Donald Trump over move to relax sanctions

Former Russian ambassador blasts Donald Trump over move to relax sanctions

Former Russian ambassador blasts Donald Trump over move to relax sanctions

Sir Andrew Wood, former British ambassador to Russia and now associate fellow at Chatham House, spoke to James Whale about the President's move to remove Russian sanctions

Govia Thameslink Railway invites RMT Union for talks next week

Southern Rail owner invites RMT Union for talks next week

Southern Rail owner invites RMT Union for talks next week

The parent company of Southern Rail, Govia Thameslink Railway, has invited the RMT Union for face to face talks next week in an attempt to settle their dispute

Theresa May has struck a conciliatory tone in her discussion of migrants' post-Brexit right

Brexit: Theresa May told 'don't harm our people' by Spanish Prime Minister

Theresa May told 'don't harm our people' by Spanish Prime Minister

Mariano Rajoy tells May Brexit must be quick and constructive

Donald Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway makes up 'Bowling Green massacre' terror attack

Kellyanne Conway explains Bowling Green massacre claim: 'I meant to say terrorists, not massacre'

Donald Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway makes up terror attack

In an interview with MSNBC, the president's top advisor claimed that two Iraqi men were responsible for a fictional massacre

Donald Trump tells staff to 'dress like women' and Twitter shows them how

Donald Trump tells staff to 'dress like women' and Twitter shows them how

Donald Trump tells staff to 'dress like women' and Twitter shows them how

Donald Trump has reportedly told female White House staff that they must 'dress like women' and said men should have a 'certain look'

Solider shoots armed attacker at Louvre museum in Paris

Paris Louvre knife attacker was 22-year-old Egyptian: local reports

Paris Louvre knife attacker was 22-year-old Egyptian: local reports

A French soldier who was on guard at the Louvre Museum in Paris has opened fire at a suspected attacker, according to media reports

Louis Smith on starring in Channel 4's The Jump

Louis Smith on starring in Channel 4's The Jump

Louis Smith on starring in Channel 4's The Jump

The champion gymnast told Paul Ross about how excited he is to take part in the winter sports programme

New legal challenge over 'hard Brexit' to be heard at High Court

New legal challenge over 'hard Brexit' to be heard at High Court

New legal challenge over 'hard Brexit' to be heard at High Court

This case is over the UK's membership of the European Economic Area (EEA)

'Government needs to ramp up cyber security', says Meg Hillier MP

'Government needs to ramp up cyber security', says Meg Hillier MP

'Government needs to ramp up cyber security', says Meg Hillier MP

The MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch and the chair of the Public Accounts Committee spoke to Paul Ross about the report which says the Government isn't doing enough to defend against cyber security

Victoria Cobbold and her grandmother Joyce on starring in MTV's Spring Break with Grandad

Victoria Cobbold and her grandmother Joyce on starring in MTV's Spring Break with Grandad

Victoria and grandmother Joyce on starring in MTV's Spring Break with Grandad

Johnny Seifert caught up with the reality stars ahead of the show's launch

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 39

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 39

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 39

Check out the latest highlights from the Full Set Breakfast

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Thursday, February 2, 2017

JK Rowling hits back at former fan who claims she burnt Harry Potter books

JK Rowling hits back at former fan who burnt Harry Potter books in Donald Trump row

JK Rowling hits back at former fan who burnt Harry Potter books in Trump row

JK Rowling has hit back at one of her former fans who claimed she burnt the Harry Potter books

A Southern Rail employee stands at the entrance to a sealed-off platform during a recent strike

Southern Rail deal: RMT says it has no knowledge of any agreement

Southern Rail deal: RMT says it has no knowledge of any agreement

RMT spokesman asks 'what deal?' when asked to comment on the agreement by talkRADIO

George Galloway on Trump travel ban: 'If you don't want refugees, stop bombing people'

George Galloway tells Donald Trump: 'If you don't want refugees, stop bombing people'

George Galloway tells Trump: 'If you don't want refugees, stop bombing people'

Our presenter had some practical advice for Donald Trump during his drivetime cover slot yesterday.

George Galloway on Donald Trump state visit: 'There aren't enough police officers to protect him'

George Galloway says Donald Trump state visit is a really stupid idea: 'There aren't enough police officers to protect him'

Trump state visit: 'There aren't enough police officers to protect him'

While speaking to a caller, George Galloway made the point it'd be crazy for him to come to a country where there is a large opposition to him

Deal to end driver-only train dispute on Southern Rail to be announced today

Deal to end driver-only train dispute on Southern Rail confirmed by TUC

Deal to end driver-only train dispute on Southern Rail confirmed by TUC

Sources have told the Press Association the deal will be announced later today

Labour Brexit rebel Owen Smith on voting against Article 50: 'I'm Churchillian'

Labour Brexit rebel Owen Smith on voting against Article 50: 'I'm Churchillian'

Smith said he believes he acted in the interests of his party and his constituents

Government publishes Brexit White Paper following bill vote

Government publishes Brexit White Paper following bill vote

Government publishes Brexit White Paper following bill vote

The promised White Paper has been published following the vote to move the Brexit bill onto its second reading in Parliament

Former heroin addict becomes fastest solo rower in 'world's toughest row'

Former heroin addict becomes fastest solo rower in 'world's toughest row'

Former heroin addict becomes fastest solo rower in 'world's toughest row'

Endurance athlete Gavan Hennigan has become the fastest ever solo competitor in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, which has been dubbed the world’s toughest row

Russian news agencies report spies have been charged with treason

Putin charges Russian spies with treason for helping US - local reports

Putin charges Russian spies with treason for helping US - local reports

Local news are reporting three former employees of the domestic security agency and one cybersecurity expert have been charged for currently unknown reasons

Pornhub launches online sex education service

Pornhub launches online sex education service

Pornhub launches online sex education service

Adult entertainment website Pornhub has launched a free sexual health education website where users can access advice from doctors and therapists

Archbishop of Canterbury 'unaware' of abuse allegations against former colleague

Archbishop of Canterbury 'was unaware' of abuse allegations against former colleague

Archbishop of Canterbury 'was unaware' of abuse claims against ex-colleague

Justin Welby has insisted he didn't know about any allegations and apologised to the victims.

Nottingham supermarket worker convicted of planning to join Islamic State

Nottingham supermarket worker convicted of planning to join Isis

Nottingham supermarket worker convicted of planning to join Isis

A supermarket worker who had copies of a bomb-making manual and was planning to join a group linked to the Islamic State has been found guilty of terrorism offences

Ugandan pastor missing two weeks after reported Muslim attack on church

Ugandan pastor among nine missing two weeks after reported Muslim attack on church

Ugandan pastor among nine missing two weeks after reported Muslim attack

Pastor Moses Mutasa has not been seen since a group of Muslims allegedly attacked the church in Katira village, in eastern Uganda's Budaka District

Roxanne Pallett on her role in the theatre version of 'The Wedding Singer'

Roxanne Pallett on her role in the theatre version of 'The Wedding Singer'

Roxanne Pallett on her role in the theatre version of 'The Wedding Singer'

The Emmerdale actress popped by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross

Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, after a woman was shot in a Stockport hotel

Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after woman shot in a Stockport hotel

Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, after woman was shot in a hotel

A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, after a woman was shot at a hotel in Stockport

Anti-Semitic hate crime report: 'There’s never been a country as safe for Jews as Britain is now', says journalist Stephen Pollard

'Jeremy Corbyn and Labour prefer to protect anti-semitic bigots than their Jewish victims'

'Jeremy Corbyn and Labour prefer to protect anti-semite bigots than Jews'

Stephen Pollard, the editor of the Jewish Chronicle, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the report which shows an increase in anti-Semitic hate crime

Naked man rampages through market armed with a knife and screwdriver in Thailand

Naked man rampages through market armed with a knife and screwdriver in Thailand

Naked man rampages through market armed with a knife and screwdriver in Thailand

A naked man armed with a knife and screwdriver terrorised people in Pattaya market in Thailand in the early hours of Thursday morning

Labour Brexit rebel Louise Ellman: ‘Lots of people regret Voting Leave – I counted six in my constituency’

Labour Brexit rebel Louise Ellman: ‘Lots of people regret voting Leave – six people have told me so’

Article 50 rebel says 'at least six people have told me they regret Brexit'

Prominent Leave campaigner and Labour MP Louise Ellman voted against Article 50 yesterday, claiming it was due to the Remain vote in her constituency

London Underground bosses warn commuters of new Tube strike as talks continue

London Underground bosses warn commuters of new Tube strike as talks continue

London Underground bosses warn commuters of new Tube strike as talks continue

They've published a map of the Tube lines to help commuters if the action goes ahead

Brexit: 'Majority of MPs now agree with the public, divisions are healing,' says John Redwood MP

The Brexit divisions are finally healing, says Leave campaigner John Redwood

The Brexit divisions are finally healing, says Leave campaigner John Redwood

John Redwood, the MP for Wokingham, claimed the majority of MPs are now united in implementing Brexit after the bill

'Danny DeVito' lookalike HBOS banker facing jail after sting exposes loans he couldn't pay back

Banker Lynden Scourfield jailed for 11 years for £245m loan scam

'Danny DeVito' lookalike HBOS banker jailed for 11 years for £245m loan scam

Lynden Scourfield went on sex parties and holidays around the world while agreeing for £245million in loans that was unable to be reimbursed

New Yorker creates 'graffiti drone' to protest Donald Trump's presidency

New Yorker creates 'graffiti drone' to protest Donald Trump's presidency

New Yorker creates 'graffiti drone' to protest Donald Trump's presidency

A street artist known only as 'KATSU' managed to configure a drone to have the capabilities to paint graffiti onto walls

Brexit Bill Labour rebels: 'Those who campaigned to Remain still have no insight to why they lost the referendum', says Gisela Stuart MP

Vote Leave chair Gisela Stuart calls out Labour Brexit rebels, saying they 'lack insight'

Vote Leave chair blasts Labour Brexit rebels, saying they 'lack insight'

The MP for Birmingham Edgbaston spoke to Paul Ross after the bill to trigger Article 50 passed by an overwhelming majority last night in the first round of voting.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

The James Whale Show: Health tourism

The James Whale Show: Health tourism - Wednesday 1 February 2017

The James Whale Show: Health tourism

James shuts down a caller over her view on health tourists...

'We're in a middle of the third American revolution', says former US congressman

Donald Trump has triggered the third American revolution, former US congressman Joe Walsh tells George Galloway

'We're in a middle of the third American revolution', says former US congressman

Joe Walsh, now a popular conservative talkshow hosts, believes 'we're in for four years of protests and warfare'

Several injured as Israeli police evict residents from the Amona settlement

Several injured as Israeli police evict Amona settlers

Several injured as Israeli police evict Amona settlers

Israeli police have started to evict residents from the wildcat Amona outpost, which is built on land privately owned by Palestinians

Neil Gorsuch - Donald Trump's Supreme Court nomination which has divided America

Trump Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch 'founded a club called 'Fascism Forever''

Trump Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch 'founded a club called 'Fascism Forever

Claims are just the latest controversy to blight Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee

Southern Rail commuters launch court case against Government over crisis-hit network

Southern Rail commuters launch court bid against Government over crisis-hit network

Southern Rail commuters launch court bid against Government over network

Southern Rail and its operator Govia Thameslink Railway have been hit by heavy strike action over plans to bring in trains without conductors

Islamic State's chief executioner 'stabbed to death in Iraq'

Isis beheader-in-chief Abu Sayyaf 'stabbed to death in Iraq'

Isis beheader-in-chief 'stabbed to death in Iraq'

Islamic State's chief executioner, nicknamed Abu Sayyaf has reportedly been stabbed to death during an ambush in Iraq

'Britain won't be able to conduct any meaningful EU negotiations', says MP Geraint Davies

We should delay Article 50 until the people have had their say on the exit terms, says MP Geraint Davies

'We should delay Article 50 until the people have had their say on the terms'

Geraint Davies believes people should be able to vote to stay in the EU if they don't like the package agreed with the EU

'Pardon was very long overdue', says Peter Tatchell after thousands of gay men are posthumously absolved of past convictions

Gay pardons are long overdue but the fight is far from over, says Peter Tatchell

Gay pardons are long overdue but the fight is far from over, says Peter Tatchell

Thousands of men who were convicted of now-absolved laws have been pardoned posthumously

Proposed diesel car tax is 'grubby tax grab' on drivers, says Charlie Elphicke MP

Diesel car levy blasted as 'grubby tax grab' on drivers by MP Charlie Elphicke

Diesel car levy blasted as 'grubby tax grab' on drivers by MP Charlie Elphicke

Westminister Council is apparently planning to crackdown on 'polluting' diesel cars by hiking up parking surcharges in Central London by 50%

David Cameron: 'Attempted sacking of Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre was calculated', says commentator

Claims that David Cameron tried to remove Mail editor Paul Dacre are shocking, says former tabloid editor Neil Wallis

Claims that Cameron tried to oust Paul Dacre are shocking, says former editor

Neil Wallis, a media consultant and former newspaper editor, insisted the alleged move was a sign of the former Prime Minister's desperation ahead of the referendum

Japan's space junk collector has failed, and there are only a few days left to fix it

Japan's space junk 'fishing net' has failed - and there are only a few days to fix it

Japan's space junk 'fishing net' has failed - and there are only days to fix it

The Kounotori 6 spacecraft, which was supposed to collect space junk has failed, space agency Jaxa only has a few days to fix the craft before it is set to return to earth

'Publicly, the veil ban in Austria is a non-issue', says Austrian journalist

Austria veil ban has tourist bosses 'very worried', says journalist

Austria veil ban has tourist bosses 'very worried', says journalist

The Austrian government has ruled that full-face veils must be banned in public places such as courts and schools

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