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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Institutional child abuse inquiry: 'It's vitally important this goes ahead', says campaigner

Institutional child abuse inquiry: 'It's vitally important this goes ahead', says campaigner

'It's vitally important the child abuse inquiry goes ahead', says campaigner

Peter Saunders, who runs the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, spoke to Paul Ross after yesterday's suspension of a top QC from the Institutional child abuse inquiry

The Chase's Anne Hegerty on quizzes, panto and how she got involved with the show

The Chase 1000th episode: Anne Hegerty reveals when she realised she was a quiz ninja

The Chase's Anne Hegerty on quizzes, panto and getting involved with the show

Tonight the 1000th episode of The Chase will be broadcast, including all five of the show's chasers, in an hour-long special

Donald Trump campaign could be crushed by 'Miss Piggy' Alicia Machado

Donald Trump campaign could be crushed by 'Miss Piggy' Alicia Machado

Sexism accusations have followed Trump most of his life, but now Hillary Clinton's brought them to the forefront of the election campaign, with Machado front and centre

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Sam Allardyce 'entrapment' claim is nonsense: The lawyer's view

Sam Allardyce, the lawyer's view: 'entrapment' claim is nonsense

Celebrity lawyer Nick Freeman says entrapment is simply not applicable to Allardyce's case

Isis cheerleader Anjem Choudary applies for permission to appeal his conviction

Isis cheerleader Anjem Choudary applies for permission to appeal his conviction

Extremist preacher Anjem Choudary has applied for permission to appeal against his conviction for drumming up support for Islamic State, he has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison

Phil Dunphy's dream becoming reality? Wi-Fi may soon be able to personalise our homes for us

Phil Dunphy's dream becoming real? Wi-Fi may soon personalise our homes for us

A report has claimed computers could identify us and help personalise our homes without us having to do anything

Justin Bieber and Amy Schumer the most dangerous online searches

Amy Schumer, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus: The most dangerous online searches revealed

Amy Schumer and Justin Bieber top list of most dangerous web searches

Searching for your favourite celebrity could land you with a computer virus, new research shows

Pippa Middleton iCloud hack: High Court imposes publication ban

Pippa Middleton iCloud hack: High Court bans image publication

High Court bans publication of hacked Pippa Middleton images

The younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge took civil court action after her account was hacked

Sam Allardyce leaves England job: talkSPORT leads the memes

Sam Allardyce leaves England job: talkSPORT leads the memes

The former England manager's sacking has been fodder for social media users - and our own sister station was quick to get involved.

Could we see a cure for the common cold? It could be possible to create a vaccine

Could we see a cure for the common cold? New research suggests vaccine may be possible

Could we see a cure for the cold? New research suggests vaccine may be possible

New research has shown a vaccine for the common cold could be created, though more research is needed, researchers claim this shows 'proof of concept'

Abrahim Hassan: 'When people understand the facts they will be more relaxed and reassured', says Muscular Dystrophy UK

Three-parent baby Abrahim Hassan: ''Designer baby' criticism will stop when people know facts'

'Criticism of three-parent baby Abrahim Hassan will stop when people know facts'

Scientists used the DNA of three parents to give Abrahim's mother the chance of a healthy child

Hillsborough fight should inspire Labour to unite behind Jeremy Corbyn, says Andy Burnham

Hillsborough justice fight must spark 'real change' in Britain, says Burnham

Labour MP announces resignation from shadow cabinet but says party infighting must end

Merlin Entertainments fine: 'Human error can never be fully trusted', claims editor

Alton Towers Smiler fine: 'Humans can never be fully trusted', claims coaster journalist

Smiler fine shows 'humans can never be fully trusted', says rollercoaster writer

Justin Garvanovic, editor of First Drop Magazine, explained the risks of rollercoasters in the wake of the ruling on The Smiler crash

Malaysia Airlines MH17 was blown up by Ukrainian rebels, report finds

Malaysia Airlines MH17 was blown up by Ukrainian rebels, report finds

Malaysia Airlines MH17 was blown up by Ukrainian rebels, report finds

Prosecutors have told relatives of the victims that a missile was fired from an area controlled by Ukraine rebels as it flew from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur in 2014

SpaceX makes plans to take hundreds of people to Mars

SpaceX boss Elon Musk maps out 'Mars colony' plans just weeks after rocket explosion

SpaceX plans Mars mission just weeks after rocket explosion

The SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk has revealed plans to develop a new spacecraft in order to take people to Mars, and hopefully one day other planets too

Donald Trump supporters troll James Whale after explosive argument

Donald Trump supporters attack talkRADIO's James Whale after explosive argument

Donald Trump supporters attack talkRADIO's James Whale after explosive argument

Our guest Drivetime host got into a heated exchange with American radio host Chris Plante, and Plante's supporters were quick to air their disgust on Facebook

'The Labour conference isn't as bad as I thought it was going to be', says MP Stephen Pound

Labour conference 'isn't as bad as I thought it would be', says Corbyn critic Stephen Pound

Labour conference 'isn't as bad as I thought it would be', says Corbyn critic

As the Labour conference draws to a close, Pound lifts the lid on what has been going on

Tulisa Contostavlos' drugs trial: 'Fake Sheikh' calls no evidence in his defence, over allegations of tampering with evidence

'Fake Sheikh' Mazher Mahmood calls no evidence in Tulisa Contostavlos evidence tampering trial

'Fake Sheikh' calls no evidence in Tulisa Contostavlos evidence tampering trial

It was alleged that journalist Mazher Mahmood, dubbed the 'Fake Sheikh', tampered with evidence in the Tulisa Contostavlos drugs trial in 2014

Sam Allardyce leaves England job: Former sports minister Richard Caborn demands independent inquiry

Former sports minister demands independent inquiry over Allardyce sacking

Richard Caborn says the English game can't criticise Fifa if we can't get our own house in order

Shimon Peres: 'He did have this amazing magnetism', says The Jewish Chronicle

Shimon Peres 'had this amazing magnetism', says Jewish Chronicle editor

Shimon Peres 'had this amazing magnetism', says Jewish Chronicle editor

Simon Pollard reflects on the life of former Israeli president Shimon Peres, who has died at the age of 93 after suffering a stroke two weeks ago.

Sam Allardyce says 'entrapment has won' after losing England job

Sam Allardyce says 'entrapment has won' after losing England job

Allardyce says meeting was 'a silly thing to do' and refuses to comment on his future plans in short statement

Sam Allardyce: 'Everyone must be laughing at England now,' says sports reporter

Sam Allardyce: 'Everyone must be laughing at England now,' says sports reporter

Sam Allardyce: 'Everyone must be laughing at England now,' says sports reporter

Justin Allen, who writes for The Sun, explained the fallout of Allardyce's departures

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

'The only job Sam Allardyce wanted in football was the one he's just got the bullet from'

'The only job Sam Allardyce wanted in football was the one he's just got the bullet from', says talkSPORT's Andy Goldstein

Andy Goldstein gives his view on Sam Allardyce leaving his position

Sam Allardyce has left his position as England manager by a mutal agreement with the Football Association

James Whale has an explosive argument with an American radio host

Donald Trump supporter Chris Plante tells James Whale: 'Lefties are Islamising Britain'

Trump supporter Chris Plante tells James Whale: 'Lefties are Islamising the UK'

The pair flew into a [predictably] furious exchange about Trump, immigration and the US presidential election

'Within a couple of months of taking the job, this was Sam's biggest priority', says leading columnist

Sam Allardyce sting suggests 'massive hole in his integrity' says Telegraph columnist

Sam Allardyce sting suggests 'massive lack of integrity' - Telegraph columnist

England football manager Sam Allardyce is being investigated by the Football Association after he was caught in a sting by undercover reporters

The world's first baby has been born using the 'three parent' technique

Abrahim Hassan: World's first baby born using 'three-parent' technique

World's first baby born using 'three-parent' technique

Technique means Abrahim Hassan was born without his mother's Leigh syndrome, unlike her previous two children

Investigation into New York bomb suspect Ahmad Rahami doesn't point to larger terror cell, says FBI chief

Investigation into New York bomb suspect 'doesn't point to larger terror cell'

FBI said investigation conducted into Rahami so far doesn't suggest a wider terror threat

16-year-old girl starves her own mother to death for sending her to boot-camp

16-year-old girl 'starves own mother to death for sending her to internet camp'

16-year-old girl 'starves own mother to death for sending her to interncamp'

The girl tied her mother to a chair for a week and demanded money from her aunt, according to local reports

Police hunting for suspects in eight-man street brawl in Atherton

Mass machete brawl engulfs sleepy town near Manchester

Mass machete brawl engulfs sleepy town near Manchester

A man sustained injuries in the brawl, which involved machetes

Five jailed in Spain over Halloween horror stampede

Five jailed in Spain over Halloween horror stampede

Men were jailed over crush at a rave in Madrid which killed five people in 2012

'Within the next 50 years we will prove or disprove whether there is life out there within the universe', says space journalist

'Within the next 50 years we will get the truth on alien life', says space journalist

'Within 50 years we will have the truth on alien life', says space journalist

Jupiter's moon Europa has large plumes of water being thrown into space, which could be studied to see whether there is life below its surface

Sam Allardyce loses job as England football manager

Sam Allardyce loses job as England football manager

Allardyce was caught in a sting by the Daily Telegraph newspaper, suggesting there were ways to obviate the rules on third-party ownership of footballers

Francois Hollande: 'We're doing our bit' for Calais migrants, says Charlie Elphicke MP

'Britain isn't responsible for migrant crisis': MP Charlie Elphicke responds to Francois Hollande's Calais Jungle comments

MP Charlie Elphicke rebukes Francois Hollande for Calais Jungle comments

French president had called for Britain to step up and 'play its part' in humanitarian efforts within Calais Jungle

Sam Allardyce allegations: 'He will be at the very least hauled over the coals for this', says talkSPORT England correspondent

Sam Allardyce Telegraph sting: 'The FA will haul him over the coals at the very least,' says talkSPORT correspondent

'Sam Allardyce will be at the very least hauled over the coals' by FA

The England football manager is being investigated by the Football Association over allegations that he gave advice on avoiding third-party ownership rules

US Presidential debate: Democrats and Republicans divided over Donald Trump performance

US Presidential debate: Democrats and Republicans unite in attacking Donald Trump

Democrats and Republicans agreed over Donald Trump debate performance

The Republican candidate was heavily criticised for his performance while Hillary Clinton was deemed to have won the clash

Sam Allardyce 'on the brink' of being sacked as England manager, claims the Telegraph

Sam Allardyce 'on brink' of being sacked as England manager, says the Telegraph

Newspaper which carried out sting on England manager now claims his job would go as soon as Tuesday

Mercury is revealed to be a tectonically active planet

Thought earthquakes were unique to us? New images suggest Mercury could suffer them too

Thought earthquakes were unique to us? New images suggest otherwise

Planetary scientists believe Mercury is tectonically active and is still contracting, as images from Nasa's Messengers reveal small fault scarps

'Thank goodness the US presidential debate overshadowed the Labour conference', says leading journalist

'Thank God the Trump-Clinton debate overshadowed Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell'

'Thank God the Trump-Clinton debate overshadowed Corbyn and Labour'

Tom Harris believes John McDonnell wants to oust Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader, and suggested the last thing the party needs is for people to focusing on its 'slow-motion car crash'

Riding rollercoasters can help people pass kidney stones

Need help passing kidney stones? Try riding a Disney rollercoaster

Riding Disney rollercoaster can help people pass kidney stones

Research has shown that riding the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad ride at Disney World could help people pass kidney stones, particularly if you sit at the back of the ride

Matt Goss on his Las Vegas residency, upcoming Wembley show, and Donald Trump

Matt Goss on his Las Vegas residency, upcoming Wembley show, and Donald Trump

Matt Goss on his Las Vegas residency, upcoming Wembley show, and Donald Trump

The singer, formerly of Bros fame, swung by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross

Alton Towers operator Merlin fined £5 million over Smiler crash

Alton Towers operator Merlin fined £5 million over Smiler crash

Judge described crash as 'avoidable' and said Merlin's previous covictions should have sounded a warning

Ben Needham: 'fabric' and information of 'slight interest' found in Kos Island search

Ben Needham: 'fabric' and information of 'slight interest' found in Kos Island search

Ben Needham: 'fabric' and information of 'slight interest' found on Kos Island

19-strong team of South Yorkshire Police officers, forensic specialists and an archaeologist have been scouring an arid stretch of farmland where the toddler disappeared in July 1991

Mosque hit by bomb attack in Germany's capital of islamophobia

Mosque hit by bomb attack in Germany's capital of islamophobia

Mosque was attacked in the city of Dresden, the cradle of the Islamophobic PEGIDA movement

NUS president refuses to apologise for Birmingham University 'Zionist outpost' comments

NUS president Malia Bouattia refuses to apologise for Birmingham University 'Zionist outpost' comments

NUS president Malia Bouattia refuses to apologise for 'Zionist outpost' comments

Malia Bouattia has been criticised for describing Birmingham University as 'something of a Zionist outpost', and has not apologised for the comments

US Presidential debate: 'Trump needed to show he could be president and he failed', says Jerry Springer

US Presidential debate: 'Donald Trump needed to show he could be president, he failed' says Jerry Springer

'Trump needed to show he could be president and he failed' says Jerry Springer

The Republican Candidate took part in his first debate against Hillary Clinton last night

Monday, September 26, 2016

Monday, September 26, 2016

Sam Delaney and Ken Livingstone relive Ken's Glory Days

Ken Livingstone joins Sam Delaney for a round of Glory Days

The pair talked through the high life of being in the GLC and beyond

Jonny and Ash speak to the Labour Councillor who's quit the party and called for a party split over Corbyn

Jonny and Ash speak to Labour Cllr who quit the party over Jeremy Corbyn

John Ferret has also called for a split in the Labour Party

Sam Delaney goes head to head with campaigner who compares obesity to HIV

Sam Delaney clashes with campaigner comparing obesity to HIV

During a discussion on NHS spending

Tennessee police warn public about dangerous clowns

'Clownpocalypse' spreads to Tennessee as police warn of 'predators' in woods

Tennessee police warn public about dangerous clowns

Tennessee police have issued a warning that clowns may be attempting to lure children into the woods

Fracking: 'We're on a pathway to a world in which there are no emissions going up that are then taken down', says shadow energy secretary

Jeremy Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner calls for unity and vows to ban fracking

Jeremy Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner calls for unity and vows to ban fracking

The shadow energy secretary Barry Gardiner repeated his call for fracking to be banned, saying it throws up manifold environmental issues

Dom Joly on the return of Trigger Happy

Dom Joly on return of Trigger Happy and his Syria documentary

Dom Joly on return of Trigger Happy and his Syria documentary

The TV presenter popped by for a chat with Paul Ross

Today's Big Debate asked whether we still need cupboards

The Big Debate on cupboards: 'You're talking about Apartmentheid'

The Big Debate on cupboards: 'You're talking about Apartmentheid'

Today's Big Debate asked whether we still need cupboards

Mall shooting in Houston, Texas leaves six injured in hospital

Mall shooting in Houston, Texas leaves six injured in hospital

Mall shooting in Houston, Texas leaves six injured in hospital

The shooting took place in Houston, it is understood that the attacker has been shot, but it is not clear if they have survived

Man shoots and injures two people near supermarket in France

Man shoots and injures two people near supermarket in France

Police currently at flat where suspect is holed up

US presidential debate: Expectations greater for Clinton than Trump, says author

US presidential debate: 'Donald Trump will beat Hillary Clinton if he can avoid saying anything outrageous'

'Trump will win presidential debate unless he says something outrageous'

Historian Bill Bernard explained why the Democratic candidate is in a strong position going into the presidential debate

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