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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Human puppies visit talkRADIO

Human puppies romp in talkRADIO studio

Human puppies romp in talkRADIO studio

Puppy Pride UK brings two puppies to the studio

'I was shot, stabbed and poisoned within prison', says Pieter Tritton on Ecuadorian prison

'I was shot, stabbed and poisoned', says Pieter Tritton on Ecuadorian prison

Pieter Tritton on Ecuadorian jail: 'I was shot, stabbed and poisoned'

After the news drug mule Melissa Reid is returning back to Britain, the ex-prisoner talks about his experience

George Galloway returns to the airwaves with a talkRADIO Referendum Special

George Galloway returns to the airwaves with a talkRADIO Referendum Special

George Galloway returns to the airwaves with a talkRADIO Referendum Special

MP George Galloway makes a triumphant return to radio tomorrow evening

'It would be better if tickets stagger people's arrival', says motoring expert on Glastonbury traffic

'It'd be better if tickets stagger people's arrival', says motoring expert on Glastonbury traffic

'It would be better if tickets stagger people's arrival', says motoring expert

Yesterday festival-goers were stuck in traffic queues for up to 12 hours

Prison Reform Trust statistics: Howard League for Penal Reform campaigner explains damage done by Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) sentences

Howard League for Penal Reform campaigner: 'we've seen a rise in self-harm among prisoners'

Howard League for Penal Reform: 'we've seen a rise in prisoner self-harm'

Rob Preece highlighted how the Prison Reform Trust's research suggest Imprisonment for Public Protection sentences put 'great pressure' on the system

'We should be making it easier to be healthy,' says Dr. Dawn Harper about the Royal Society for Public Health childrens' fast food survey results

Fast food survey results: 'We should be making it easier to be healthy,' says Dr. Dawn Harper

'We should be making it easier to be healthy' says Dr. Dawn Harper

The GP and broadcaster spoke to Paul Ross about the Royal Society for Public Health childrens' fast food survey results

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Ex-Cameron aide Steve Hilton: 'I wouldn't talk about my mate like that'

Ex-Cameron aide Steve Hilton: 'I wouldn't talk about my mate like that'

Steve Hilton: 'I wouldn't talk about my mate like that'

Steve Hilton joins Sam Delaney on his relationship with David Cameron

'It's important for everyone to get to know their own skin', says senior research officer from Cancer Research UK

'It's important for everyone to get to know their own skin', says senior research officer from Cancer Research UK

'It's important for everyone to know their own skin', says Cancer Research UK

A school in Jersey have cancelled a school trip to the beach over sun exposure fears

'They think they're stars' - Lawyer slams Peru drug mules Michaella McCollum and Melissa Reid for media attention

'They think they're stars' - Lawyer slams Peru drug mules

Lawyer slams Peru drug mules

International lawyer Stefano Lucatello condemned the media attention the two had received after their arrest

'There are trust issues,' says employment lawyer after British Medical Association's call for self-certification

'There are trust issues,' says employment lawyer after BMA's call for illness self-certification

Self-certification: 'There are trust issues,' says employment lawyer

Phillip Landau weighed up the pros and cons of self-certification

'The Brexit campaign is trying to use Turkey to stir up fear over immigration' says Associate Fellow of Chatham House

'Brexit campaign is trying to use Turkey to stir up fear over immigration,' says Associate Fellow of Chatham House

'The Brexit campaign is trying to use Turkey to stir up fear over immigration'

Associate Fellow of Chatham House Fadi Sakura claims Turkey is not interested in EU membership

'Extended families help is critical in saving a child', says social worker David Niven

'Extended family help is critical in saving a child', says social work expert after Ellie Butler murder

'Extended families help is critical in saving a child', says social worker David

Ben Butler was jailed for killing his daughter, just 11 months after winning custody of the child

Jason Donovan discusses his new show Million Dollar Quartet and his career

Jason Donovan on his 'larger than life' new musical, Million Dollar Quartet

Jason Donovan on his 'larger than life' new musical, Million Dollar Quartet

The singer and actor popped by the talkRADIO studio to chat with Paul Ross

'Our everyday diet and lifestyle choices are making our brains foggier than ever', says author Dr. Mike Dow

'Our diet and lifestyle choices are making our brains foggier than ever', says Dr. Mike Dow

'Our brains are foggier than ever', says Dr. Mike Dow

The author of The Brain Fog Fix explains how he believes you can reduce forgetfulness

'You have to be charming to be an astronaut,' says editor of the New Scientist

'You have to be charming to be an astronaut,' says editor of the New Scientist

'You have to be charming to be an astronaut,' says editor of the New Scientist

Tim Peake has returned back to earth after spending six months in space

Father Vs Son! Stanley Johnson responds to his son Boris thoughts on why people should vote to leave the EU

Father vs son! Stanley Johnson responds to Boris... and he's voting Remain

Father vs son! Stanley Johnson responds to Boris... and he's voting Remain

The father of the former Mayor of London joined Sam Delaney ahead of the referendum

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

'What we're doing is exercising our democratic right', says chairman of Liberty GB on Batley and Spen election

'What we're doing is exercising our democratic right', says chairman of Liberty GB on Batley and Spen election

'What we're doing is exercising our democratic right', says Liberty GB chairman

Labour and Conservative parties announced they wouldn't put anyone up to run for the seat in Batley and Spen

'When's he going to stop fibbing to the British people?', says Richard Tice on David Cameron

'When's he going to stop fibbing to the British people?', says Richard Tice on David Cameron

'When's he going to stop fibbing?', says Richard Tice on David Cameron

Steve Hilton has claimed David Cameron cannot reach his net-migration target

Security expert sheds light on Donald Trump's security detail after attempted attack by a British man

Expert sheds light on Donald Trump's security detail after attempted attack by a British man

Security expert sheds light on Donald Trump's security detail after attack bid

Will Geddes highlighted how extensive Trump's security measures are following the attempted attack by a British man

'People fear the return of the border in Northern Ireland', says editor of the Irish World

'People fear the return of the border in Northern Ireland', says Irish World editor

Irish World editor: 'People fear the return of the border in Northern Ireland'

The Irish World newspaper has reported an increase in applications for Irish passports

Cameron's pledge to bring migration down to below 100,000 people has failed

Immigration lawyer: 'The PM shouldn't make promises he can't deliver'

Immigration lawyer: 'The PM shouldn't make promises he can't deliver'

Immigration lawyer Harjap Singh Bhangal insisted David Cameron has to be realistic about his immigration target

'They're putting cost before safety', says RMT general secretary on Southern and ScotRail

'They're putting cost before safety', says RMT general secretary on Southern and ScotRail

'They're putting cost before safety', says RMT on Southern and ScotRail

Staff who work for Southern and ScotRail have gone on strike in protest to driver-only trains

'Bernard Kenny should be considered for something', says Royal Society of St. George on the man who tried to help Jo Cox

'He should be considered for medal', says Royal Society of St. George on man who tried to help Jo Cox

'Bernard Kenny should be considered for medal', says Robert Peedle

The chairman of The Royal Society of St. George believes Bernard Kenny, who intervened in the attack of Jo Cox, should be honoured

Former advisor Alexander Nekrassov has played down reports of hostility between the United States of America and Russia.

'There was some sort of misunderstanding': Former Kremlin advisor plays down US-Russian jet confrontation

Former Kremlin advisor plays down US and Russian fighter jet confrontation

Alexander Nekrassov insisted 'there was some sort of misunderstanding'

'We don't need to get out of Europe, we need to change our politics', says leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett

'We don't need to get out of Europe – we need to change our politics', says Green Party leader Natalie Bennett

'We need to change our politics', says leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett

The politician says leaving the European Union would mean having to repeat creating laws which already work

David Beckham backs Remain in the EU Referendum

David Beckham backs Remain in referendum

David Beckham backs Remain in referendum

The football legend has decided how he will be voting in Thursday's vote

Monday, June 20, 2016

Monday, June 20, 2016

'It won't change anything', says political correspondent after Baroness Warsi changes her decision on the EU

'It won't change anything', says political correspondent on Warsi reverse

Baroness Warsi is now supporting the Remain campaign, despite her previous decision to support Leave

Drugs education 'needs to be more comprehensive,' says Drugwise expert after Salford girls who took 'Teddy' ecstasy stabilise

Drug education 'needs to be more comprehensive,' says expert after 12-year old ecstasy shock

Drug education 'needs to be more comprehensive,' says expert

Harry Shapiro called for drugs awareness to be less 'patchy' across the UK

'What it does is alienate the community', says stop and search campaigner on Donald Trump's racial profiling idea

'What it does is alienate the community', says campaigner on Donald Trump's racial profiling idea

'What it does is alienate the community', says stop and search campaigner

The presumptive Republican nominee has claimed he would consider racial profiling

Judge Rinder chatted with Paul Ross about his new show Judge Rinder's Crime Stories

Judge Rinder discusses his new 'Crime Stories' show

Judge Rinder discusses his new 'Crime Stories' show

The TV star chatted with Paul Ross about his new programme, Judge Rinder's Crime Stories

'By virtue of living here we cost the state', Migration Watch claim immigrants cost the Exchequer billions of pounds each year

Migration Watch UK: 'immigration costs, but we need to see full picture'

Migration Watch UK: 'immigration costs, but we need to see full picture'

Vice chair of Migration Watch Alp Mehmet claims we need to look at the whole picture

Nikki Grahame on Canadian Big Brother and a special EU Referendum reality check

Nikki Grahame on Canadian Big Brother and a special EU Referendum reality check

Nikki Grahame on Canadian Big Brother and a special EU Referendum reality check

The author and columnist popped by the talkRADIO studios for a chat with Paul Ross

Friday, June 17, 2016

Friday, June 17, 2016

Len Goodman on Strictly Come Dancing and trying new foods

Len Goodman on Strictly, stardom and spaghetti

Len Goodman on Strictly, stardom and spaghetti

The Strictly star only recently discovered curry and spaghetti...

Tim Peake: 'He's done amazing things up there,' says Royal Astronomical Society expert

Tim Peake: 'He's done amazing things up there,' says Royal Astronomical Society expert

'Tim Peake's done amazing things up there,' says Royal Astronomical Society

Deputy Executive Director Robert Massey pointed out it won't be an easy journey home

'This has really been a quick approval process', says senior science research officer on new cancer drug

New cancer drug: 'This has really been a quick approval process'

New cancer drug: 'This has really been a quick approval process'

A new skin cancer drug has shown using two drugs together may work better

'Technology can be convenient, but we're neglecting seeing each other in person', says charity The Silver Line

The Silver Line charity: 'Technology means we're neglecting seeing each other in person'

'We're neglecting seeing each other in person', says charity The Silver Line

Chief executive Sophie Andrews says generational change has caused men to become more lonely

'Social media has amplified hate against MPs', says MP Mike Gapes

'Social media has amplified hate against politicians', says MP Mike Gapes

'Social media has amplified hate against MPs', says Mike Gapes

The MP for Ilford warns of the hate people in the public eye can receive

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Week 13

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 13

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 13

Check out this week's highlights from our flagship breakfast show

Stephen Timms MP has insisted changes made to security after the death of Jo Cox don't deter the public from visiting their MPs.

'None of us want to put up barriers to people coming to see us,' says Stephen Timms MP

'None of us want to put up barriers to people,' says Stephen Timms MP

Stephen Timms MP insisted changes made to security after Jo Cox's death don't deter the public from visiting their MPs

'Lets stop yelling at MP's as a class', says Edwina Currie

Jo Cox: 'Let's stop yelling at MPs', says Edwina Currie

'Lets stop yelling at MPs', says Edwina Currie

After the death of Jo Cox, the former MP and author calls for people to treat MPs with more respect

Jo Cox: Ken Livingstone warns of the dangers MP's face

Ken Livingstone warns of the dangers faced by politicians

Ken Livingstone warns of the dangers faced by politicians

The former London Mayor believes more violent crimes will continue

'She was a wonderful person', MP Barry Gardiner pays a moving tribute to Jo Cox

'She was a wonderful person', MP Barry Gardiner pays a moving tribute to Jo Cox

'She was a wonderful person', MP Barry Gardiner pays a moving tribute to Jo Cox

The Labour MP for Brent North speaks about MP Jo Cox

Jo Cox: Security expert Will Geddes highlights changes for MP safety

Jo Cox: Security expert Will Geddes says MP safety needs to be reviewed

Jo Cox: Security expert Will Geddes says MP safety needs to be reviewed

Will Geddes insisted upon a review to protect the safety of people in the public eye

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Jo Cox: "I really hope all of those haters will pause and reflect on this tonight," says Stephen Kinnock MP

Jo Cox: "I really hope haters will pause and reflect," says Stephen Kinnock MP

Jo Cox: "I really hope haters will pause and reflect," says Stephen Kinnock MP

The MP for Port Talbot was a personal friend of Jo Cox, who was shot and killed today in West Yorkshire

"Rely on the god who does express goodness and love" - Reverend tells of healing after Jo Cox's death

Reverend on Jo Cox: 'This lovely, bubbly lady has been cut down in her prime'

Reverend on Jo Cox: 'This lovely, bubbly lady has been cut down in her prime'

Rev. Paul Knight called for stronger belief in the goodness in people's hearts in the wake of the shooting

'Very strong, very spirited woman' - Stephen Pound MP pays tribute to Jo Cox

'A very strong, very spirited woman' - Stephen Pound MP pays tribute to Jo Cox

'A very strong, very spirited woman' - Stephen Pound MP pays tribute to Jo Cox

The MP for Batley and Spen was killed in an attack in West Yorkshire today

Jo Cox: 'I am deeply saddened to hear of her untimely death today', says policing expert Peter Bleksley

Jo Cox: 'I'm deeply saddened to hear of her untimely death', says policing expert Peter Bleksley

'I'm deeply saddened to hear of her untimely death today', says Peter Bleksley

Labour MP Jo Cox was attacked and has passed away in hospital

'He tried to take control and it wasn't working', says businesswoman Kate Hardcastle on Sir Philip Green

'He tried to take control and it wasn't working', says Kate Hardcastle about Sir Philip Green

BHS: 'He tried to take control and it wasn't working', says Kate Hardcastle

Sir Philip Green appeared in front of a Parliamentary committee on Wednesday

'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...

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