Nine year old Henry recently launched his third business, a child's online sweet shop called Not Before Tea
Paul Ross invited students to take a first look at their results live to the nation. Thankfully both got the results they wanted!
A safety letter with a stark warning has been handed out to athletes, telling them 'it's not worth the risk'
Boys got more A* grades than girls, but female students slightly out-performed their male counterparts overall
Afzal Ashraf reveals his views on negotiations with terrorist groups after Labour leadership contender Owen Smith appeared to suggest he was open to talks with militant groups
Accomplice Katrina Walsh also given life for murder of Hartley, who was stabbed repeatedly after being paraylsed by a stun gun
talkRADIO takes a look at aman with links to Nigel Farage and Ukip who has been described as 'the most dangerous political operative in America'
Researcher Sol Gamsu gives talkRADIO his views on why the Oxbridge state school intake is so heavily concentrated in the south of England
Head of Ireland's Olympic Council arrested as part of investigation into illegal Olympic ticket sales
Margaret Gilmore said the internet was a crucial factor in Choudhry's ability to spread terror
Anjem Choudary has been convicted of encouraging people to support Islamic State
Harrogate has been knocked off top spot after three years at number one
Stephen Bannon, executive chairman of Breitbart News, joins as campaign's chief executive
Usama Hasan told Paul Ross Choudary has been 'one of the most dangerous men in Britain for 20 years.'
29 medics from the European Economic Area faced allegations of 'inadequate knowledge of English" in just one year, according to the Royal College of Surgeons
Rail Fares are set to increase by 1.9%
After Anjem Choudary was convicted of supporting Islamic State, we chart this Welling market trader's son's journey to jihad.
The father of five is due to be sentenced next month
Jon Holmes invites work experience Grace to review the latest TV
The incident happened off the Greek Island Aegina, near Athens
This follows reports that one in three asylum claims are being made by illegal immigrants or people who have overstayed their visas
Jill Saward insisted justice has to be served properly
Donald Trump has promised to stop immigrants from countries tarred by terror from getting into the US. But hasn't he forgotten his own tale of illegal immigration?
GP and author Youssef El-Gingihy claims the government has strived to privatise the NHS by 'stealth' but says this plan has reached its 'endgame'
The human rights organisation voices its concerns to talkRADIO after death of former Aston Villa star.
Witness said victim was covered in blood after being stabbed several times on residential street in West London.
Bennett says railways are run for 'shareholders not passengers' with fares set for a further increase of 1.9%
Billionaire presidential candidate says he would temporarily suspend visas from countries with terror links and introduce 'ideological test'
Former footballer's brother says he tried to attack father Ernest and was 'not in his right mind.'
Atkinson, who died after being tasered on Monday morning, described as having 'all the talent in the world'
Owen Smith has accused the government of secretly planning to privatise the NHS
Former head of the flying squad reveals his views on tasers being used by the police
Boko Haram have released a video showing the girls from Chibok they abducted in 2014
Today's Big Debate on Ice got ice-cold
It is not clear who now leads the Nigerian Islamist group
Martin Daubney says boys of just 10 years old are watching porn and believes regular consumption of x-rated material is leading to erectile dysfunction
How does delaying the exit from the European Union until 2019 affect you?
GBBO's Nadiya Hussain has revealed she has been racially attacked
Sue Jones of Ditch the Label offers comfort to parents worried their kids might be sending revealing images
Tory MEP Daniel Hannan and UKIP London Assembly member Peter Whittle offer starkly contrasting views on potential delay to Britain's separation from the European Union
John Rentoul reveals his view on the Labour leadership election
The demo followed an incident where a woman complained about a gay couple in a Sainsbury's Local
The US digital editor of The Independent tells Jonny Gould and Ash that the US presidential candidate is simply "throwing mud and hoping it sticks" as he continues his outspoken assault on the White House…
The cricketer is now performing in a show with Harry Blofeld
Figures released this week show the health service is experiencing its worst bed-blocking crisis in history. The former care minister and Liberal Democrat member for North Norfolk says it is time for a "mature discussion" about the NHS…
After 35 years in secure psychiatric hospital, Peter Sutcliffe is due to be moved to prison. A leading barrister tells talkRADIO that the government needs to think carefully about where he is placed…
Teenager Kadiza Sultana fled to Syria in February 2015 to marry an ISIS fighter. With reports emerging of the British girl's death in an airstrike in May, one expert tells talkRADIO an "escape route" is needed…
The popular sports presenter joins talkRADIO's Paul Ross to talk A-Z, theme tunes and the new Premier League season…
Chris Husted tells Paul Ross that coordinated attacks on tourist hot-spots Hua Hin and Phuket have left Thais as bewildered as everybody else…
She says "It's not you - it's me I need a little time, a little space a place to find myself again you know?" Oh yes, I know a goodbye when I hear it She smiles but her heart's already out there Walking down the street (Jimmy Nail)
The former editor of Q Magazine and the NME has told talkRADIO that a New York court needs to think very carefully before finding the British musician guilty of 'copying' a Marvin Gaye classic…