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Thursday, June 16, 2016

Thursday, June 16, 2016

'Coffee protects against cancer in some cases', says Doctor Allinson after WHO report

'Coffee protects against cancer in some cases', says Doctor Allinson after WHO report

'Coffee protects against cancer in some cases', says Doctor Allinson

A new report by the World Health Organisation claims coffee can reduce the risk of some cancers

'I think the investigation has really taken its toll', says Mike Read on friend Cliff Richard

'The investigation has really taken its toll', says Mike Read on friend Cliff Richard

'The investigation has really taken its toll', says friend of Cliff Richard

Cliff Richard will not be prosecuted for allegations of sex abuse

'If you're doing something important you should look someone straight in the eye', says MP Richard Fuller

I was right to 'stare' at Sir Philip Green, says MP Richard Fuller

I was right to 'stare' at Sir Philip Green, says MP Richard Fuller

The MP was told to "stop staring" by former BHS owner Sir Philip Green

'It appeared as slightly desperate attempt', says South African journalist on Oscar Pistorius walking on stumps in court

'It appeared a desperate attempt', says South African journalist as Pistorius walks on stumps in court

Pistorius: 'It appeared a desperate attempt', says South African journalist

Ken Borland is surprised the defence haven't asked Pistorius to walk on his stumps in court before

Attitude Magazine editor Matthew Todd praises Prince William after the royal appears on the front cover

Attitude Magazine editor Matthew Todd praises Prince William over front cover appearance

Attitude Magazine editor praises Prince William for cover shoot

Matthew Todd praised the royal for being 'very responsive' to stand against homophobic bullying

'Drug laws are wrong in principle and ineffective in practice', says policy analyst

'Drug laws are wrong in principle and ineffective in practice', says policy analyst

'Drug laws are wrong in principle and ineffective', says policy analyst

Steve Rolles from drug charity Transform says drugs are a personal choice

'Stolen avocados could be dangerous to eat', as avocado crime is on the rise

'Stolen avocados could be dangerous', warning in wake of fruit crimewave

'Stolen avocados could be dangerous', warning in wake of fruit crimewave

Newstalk ZB's Natasha Jojoa-Burling warns of the dangers of eating stolen avocados...

'An unseemly spectacle' - Nigel Farage slams Sir Bob Geldof for Thames flotilla clash

'An unseemly spectacle' - Nigel Farage slams Sir Bob Geldof for Thames flotilla clash

Nigel Farage slams Sir Bob Geldof for Thames flotilla clash

The UKIP leader blasted 'Sir Yob Geldof' for causing 'an unseemly spectacle'

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

'They tried to shout them down, I find it quite distasteful', says MP Kate Hoey on Bob Geldof's comments

'He tried to shout them down, I find it distasteful', says MP Kate Hoey about Bob Geldof

Hoey slams Geldof: 'He tried to shout them down, I find it distasteful'

Nigel Farage brought a fleet of boats down the River Thames to urge Parliament to take control of our waters

'Everyone will be a lot more savvy after this tragedy', says animal psychologist about Orlando alligator incident

Alligator incident: 'Everyone will be more savvy after this tragedy', says animal psychologist

'Everyone will be more savvy after this tragedy', says animal psychologist

Dr. Roger Mugford explained how safety concerns will rise after a two year-old boy was dragged into the water by an alligator

How to safely invest in wine! Expert tells you what you need to know

How to invest in wine: expert reveals what you need to know

How to invest in wine: expert reveals what you need to know

Peter Shakeshaft from Vin-X explains how to avoid falling prey to wine scams

'You have to be Jewish to be a Zionist', says Ken Livingstone over anti-Semitic row

'Hilter supported the Zionist movement', says Ken Livingstone as anti-Semitic row continues

'Hilter supported the Zionist movement', says Livingstone as row continues

Ken Livingstone has refused to apologise for comments he made about Hitler

WATCH: Warwick Davis on Eugenius! and Harry Potter

WATCH: Warwick Davis on Eugenius! and why his kids lost out on Harry Potter's magic

WATCH: Warwick Davis on Eugenius! and the magic of Harry Potter

The actor chatted with Paul Ross about his projects past and present

WATCH: Never gonna give up on Rick Astley! The legendary singer chats with Paul Ross about his album '50'

WATCH: Never gonna give up on Rick Astley! Pop legend chats to Paul Ross about new album '50'

We just can't give up on Rick Astley! The singer talks about his album '50'

The singer chatted to Paul Ross about his new album

'Don't concentrate on the circus that's following Philip Green around', says retail union officer

'Don't concentrate on the circus following Philip Green around', says retail union officer

'Don't concentrate on the circus following Philip Green around', says union boss

David Gill, Usdaw union's national officer, says we need to safeguard more jobs

'The video that's been seen is heavily doctored', says Andrew Tate as he is removed from Big Brother

'The video that's been seen is heavily doctored', says kickboxer after Big Brother expulsion

'The video that's been seen is heavily doctored', says Andrew Tate

The Big Brother contestant claims the video released of him and his ex-girlfriend doesn't show the full story

Presenter Martin Roberts says John Whittingdale should 'naff off' over Homes Under the Hammer criticism

John Whittingdale should 'naff off' over Homes Under the Hammer criticism, says Martin Roberts

Presenter Martin Roberts says John Whittingdale should 'naff off'

The talkRADIO host explains how he believes the show is still relevant

'You can be clinically obese, yet malnourished', nutritionist warns of the importance of eating valuable nutrients

'You can be clinically obese and malnourished', warns top nutritionist

'You can be obese and malnourished', warns top nutritionist

Shona Wilkinson warns choice of food, busy lifestyles and lack of soil nutrients are affecting our health

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

EU referendum: 'It's much more complicated than a newspaper headline', says Alastair Campbell

EU referendum: 'It's much more complicated than a newspaper headline', says Alastair Campbell

'It's much more complicated than a newspaper headline', says Alastair Campbell

The Sun's front page today urged readers to vote Leave

Actor Sam Claflin on cows, mud and piggybacks

Actor Sam Claflin's cow encounter terror

Actor Sam Claflin on cows, mud and piggybacks

The Hunger Games star reveals what happened when he and fellow actors took a walk in a field

'Bring communities together and talk away from computers', journalist Asad Dhunna calls for more open LGBT chat

Religious groups and LGBT communities must communicate better, urges Dhunna

Journalist Asad Dhunna calls for more openness on LGBT issues

Both a Muslim and gay man, Dhunna has called for religious and LGBT groups to communicate better

EU Referendum: Expert explains why you shouldn't take the polls at face value

EU Referendum: Why you shouldn't take the polls at face value

EU Referendum: Why you shouldn't take the polls at face value

Tom Mludzinski from pollsters ComRes explains how 'it's not always good news if polls are newsworthy'

'Women shouldn't be fobbed off by early miscarriage units', says chief executive of charity Tommy's

'Women shouldn't be fobbed off by early miscarriage units', says chief executive of charity Tommy's

'Women shouldn't be fobbed off by early miscarriage units', says Tommy's chief

Jane Brewin calls for more to be done to prevent miscarriages

Whittingdale is 'out of touch', says talkRADIO's Martin Roberts

Whittingdale is 'out of touch' over BBC, claims talkRADIO's Roberts

Whittingdale is 'out of touch', says talkRADIO's Martin Roberts

Our Saturday afternoon presenter says John Whittingdale doesn't know what the British public want to watch

Natasha Devon MBE on the 'Beach Body Ready' Tube advert and Sadiq Khan's ban

Natasha Devon says Sadiq Khan was right to ban 'Beach-Body Ready' tube ad

London mayor was right to ban 'Beach Body' ad on tube, says Devon

The writer was supportive of the London Mayor's vow to stop body shaming adverts on the London Underground

'Apple are losing the battle for new customers', says technology expert

'Apple are losing the battle for new customers', says technology expert

'Apple are losing the battle for new customers', says technology expert

The tech giant is making announcements at the Worldwide Developers Conference

Monday, June 13, 2016

Monday, June 13, 2016

England may end up facing consequences for trouble, even when they're not full to blame, says Palios

Euro 2016: Removing England may be 'short term solution' to violence, warns ex-FA chief

Removing England from Euro 2016 may be a 'short term solution' to fan violence

Mark Palios says there are a lot of questions to be asked about the organisation of Euro 2016

Sir Philip Green 'will be vilified' if he doesn't appear before select committee

BHS collapse: Green will be ‘vilified for the rest of his life’ if he avoids select committee, claims Buik

Sir Philip Green 'will be vilified' if he doesn't appear before select committee

Panmure Gordon's David Buik says 'he's got to go' to the meeting

Euro 2016: 'UEFA have to take their share of the blame', says talkSPORT England correspondent

Euro 2016: 'UEFA have to take share of the blame', says talkSPORT England correspondent

'UEFA have to take share of blame', says talkSPORT England correspondent

Nigel Adderley says the trouble could have been prevented

"I don't believe faith is a legitimate reason to justify prejudice," says Tatchell

Tatchell: Orlando attack is ‘extreme example of what happens every day’

Peter Tatchell condemns 'shocking and outrageous' Orlando attack

Gay rights activist condemns 'shocking and outrageous' Orlando attack

Julia Hartley-Brewer speaks out about Twitter abuse after Owen Jones walked off Sky News Press Preview

Julia Hartley-Brewer speaks out about Twitter abuse after Owen Jones debate

Julia Hartley-Brewer speaks out about Twitter storm

Our 'teflon maiden' hits back against criticism

'The Queen is one of the most extraordinary women' - Christopher Biggins on the Queen's 90th birthday

Biggins hails Queen as 'extraordinary' after 90th birthday celebrations

Biggins hails 'extraordinary' Queen

Biggins reflects on a rainy but joyous weekend of Royal celebrations

Presenter Bryn Lucas on witnessing the Russia and England fan clash inside Marseille's Stade Vélodrome

Euro 2016: 'I was shocked to the core' by Marseille violence, says Bryn Lucas

Euro 2016: It was pandemonium, says Marseille stadium violence witness

Bryn Lucas tells of disorder both inside and outside the stadium

Friday, June 10, 2016

Friday, June 10, 2016

'We are re-growing the entire immune system', Doctor Mark Freedman explains new treatment for multiple sclerosis

Immune system 'reboot' could help halt progress of Multiple Sclerosis

Immune system 'reboot' could help halt progress of Multiple Sclerosis

A Canadian study has discovered a route to minimising the impact of the neurological disease

Busker Sessions are back! Charlotte Campbell performs live in the studio

Busker Sessions are back! Charlotte Campbell performs live in the studio

Busker Sessions are back! Charlotte Campbell performs live in the studio

The songstress performed a live set with her own original song for our afternoon presenter

'It is a national scandal', head of Ofsted calls for more tests as it's claimed state schools fail the brightest children

'It is a national scandal': head of Ofsted calls for MORE tests as it's claimed secondary schools fail the brightest children

'It is a national scandal': head of Ofsted calls for MORE tests

Sir Michael Wilshaw says testing students at age 14 will help improve standards

Look Fabulous Forever vlogger Tricia Cusden on her business and social media success

Internet sensation Tricia Cusden on how women can Look Fabulous Forever

Internet sensation Tricia Cusden on how women can Look Fabulous Forever

'I was fed up with the way the beauty industry ignored me as a 65-year-old woman,' says online businesswoman

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Week 12

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 12

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 12

You don't want to miss the highlights from our breakfast show

'It gets treated like a medical condition, and people don't treat it as a child that's been lost', 1 in 4 families don't know their stillbirth was investigated

Stillbirth: NHS 'must do better' after 1 in 4 grieving families not consulted in investigations

Stillbirth: NHS 'must do better' after 1 in 4 families not consulted

Child-loss charity says inquiries into stillbirth "are not being done right if parents aren't involved"

Jon Platt has slammed the decision of the Isle of Wight Council to appeal the High Court ruling which overturned a fine levied against him for taking his daughter out of school

School holiday dad: Father slams decision to appeal High Court ruling on term-time holidays

School holiday dad: Father slams decision to appeal High Court ruling

Jon Platt said the council's decision will cost 'hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money'

'People mistake contact hours for good teaching', claims online student guide Push

University fees: More teaching doesn't mean better learning, says student body

University fees: More teaching doesn't mean better learning, says student body

Managing director Johnny Rich says more teaching can sometimes hinder learning at university

The Labour MP for Bassetlaw John Mann spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his decision to vote for leaving the EU ahead of the referendum

EU Referendum: 'The EU has had its day' - Labour's John Mann on why he's voting Leave

EU Referendum: 'The EU's had its day' - Labour's John Mann on voting Leave

The member for Bassetlaw says exiting the EU is the right choice for Britain's working class

Euthanasia: 'Sooner or later politicians will have to listen', says Dignity in Dying campaigner

Euthanasia: 'Sooner or later politicians will have to listen', says Dignity in Dying campaigner

Euthanasia: 'Sooner or later politicians will have to listen', says campaigner

Sam Dick, from pressure group Dignity in Dying, says it is unfair that loved ones feel 'like criminals' for helping to end suffering

'Get on your bike', demands track star and BBC pundit Colin Jackson, former runner-up on Strictly Come Dancing

'Get on your bike', demands track star and BBC pundit Colin Jackson

'Get on your bike', demands track star and BBC pundit Colin Jackson

The double world champion, and former Strictly runner-up, wants Britons to pedal their way to health and fitness

'The way we were doing eSports then wasn't quite right', the UK's first professional gamer reflects on the changes to eSports

Rooney, Ronaldo, Zlatan… and Dragonn? Can eSports complete move from 'joke' to star turn?

Rooney, Ronaldo… and Dragonn? Can eSports move from 'joke' to star turn?

Britain's first pro gamer says the internet has changed everything

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Music copyright cases like Ed Sheeran's 'sets a really dangerous precedent', says lawyer

$20m Ed Sheeran lawsuit 'sets dangerous precedent', says intellectual property lawyer

$20m Ed Sheeran lawsuit "sets dangerous precedent", says lawyer

Intellectual property specialist questions the need for legal action

Showbiz news with Jon Holmes: Lindsay Lohan, Chloe Simms and Beyonce

Lindsay Lohan, Bobby Brown and Beyonce all feature in Jon Holmes' showbiz news

Showbiz news with Jon Holmes: featuring Lindsay Lohan, Bobby Brown and Beyonce

talkSPORT's Reece is the obvious choice for the latest celebrity gossip

The Big Debate: Can we get rid of roads?

The Big Debate: Should we get rid of roads?

The Big Debate: Should we get rid of roads?

Jon Holmes ponders whether travelling would be easier without highways

Euro 2016 terror threat: 'Do everything that those who want to blow us from the face of the earth don't want us to', says policing expert

Euro 2016 terror threat: 'Do everything those who want to blow us from the face of the earth don't want us to', says policing expert

Euro 2016 terror threat: 'Do everything the terrorists don't want us to'

Former police officer Peter Bleksley advises fans at the football tournament to enjoy themselves while staying vigilant

Planning to have sex? We'll need 24-hours notice, say police in North Yorkshire

Planning to have sex? We'll need 24-hours' notice, say police in North Yorkshire

Planning to have sex? We'll need 24 hours' notice, say police

Barrister John Harrison describes innocent man's sexual risk order as "intrusive and ridiculous"

Laurent Orseau from Google DeepMind, and Stuart Armstrong from the Future of Humanity Institute at the university outlined how future intelligent machines could be prevented from learning to override human commands with specific coding.

'Robot uprising? It's miles off', says cybersecurity advisor of Google's kill-switch plans

Robot uprising 'miles off' despite Google kill-switch announcement

Cyber specialist Graeme Batsman insists that artificial intelligence won't be taking over the planet just yet

Amazon grocery shopping: 'Supermarkets should be quaking in their boots', says food expert

Amazon grocery shopping: 'Supermarkets should be quaking in their boots', says food expert Andrew Webb

Amazon grocery shopping: 'Supermarkets should be quaking in their boots'

Food Britannia author Andrew Webb says the online giant's entry into the market will prove a "game changer" for other stores

'An establishment stitch-up at every level' - Arran Banks slams the Electoral Commission for the EU Referendum

EU Referendum: 'An establishment stitch-up at every level', says millionaire Leave backer Arron Banks

EU Referendum: 'An establishment stitch-up at every level,' says Leave backer

The businessman and political donor says he'll force a judicial review if government extend voter registration deadline

BHS collapse: Claims of lying, theft and death threats were 'unbelievable at times', says MP Richard Fuller

BHS collapse: Claims of lying, theft and death threats were 'unbelievable at times', says MP

BHS collapse: Claims of lying, theft and death threats were 'unbelievable'

Bedford and Kempston MP Richard Fuller said directors' power should be used for the "good of everyone"

Texting while driving is the equivalent of being at twice the legal drink-drive limit, a road safety specialist has warned amid calls for all mobile phone usage to be banned for drivers

'Texting while driving is like being at TWICE the drink-drive limit', says road safety expert

'Texting while driving is like being at TWICE the drink-drive limit'

Dan Campsall, of Road Safety Analysis, says the practice creates "significant risk" as experts call for total mobile ban for drivers

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