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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

New Alzheimer's app 'best option yet' for gathering medical research into the disease, claims expert

New Alzheimer's app 'best option yet' for gathering medical research into the disease, claims expert

New Alzheimer's app 'best option yet' for gathering research into the disease

Tim Parry, Head of Communications at Alzheimer's Research UK, hails the benefits of new navigational game

'The government is failing to prevent people from joining ISIS' - Broadcaster Ajmal Masroor slams the government's measures to combat extremism

'They are failing to prevent people from joining ISIS' - Broadcaster Ajmal Masroor slams the government's efforts to combat extremism

Ajmal Masroor slams the government's efforts to combat extremism

The broadcaster and politician claims current measures are 'failing' to prevent people from joining ISIS

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Your Mum and Thomas

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Your Mum and Thomas - Tuesday, May 3

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Tuesday, May 3

'Without being arrogant, I'm quite intelligent' (Thomas)

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

The Work Experience Music Review: I am the Cold Man, Klangstof and Laurel

The Work Experience Music Review: I am the Cold Man, Klangstof and Laurel

The Work Experience Music Review: I am the Cold Man, Klangstof and Laurel

Take the workie, some new music, add a radio mic, and this is what you get

The Big Debate: Should we ban children?

The Big Debate: Should we ban children?

The Big Debate: Should we ban children?

Perhaps life would be easier if everyone was an adult

'Brave and courageous' - Keith Vaz hails Jeremy Corbyn for launching anti-Semitism inquiry

'Brave and courageous' - Keith Vaz hails Jeremy Corbyn for launching anti-Semitism inquiry

Keith Vaz hails Jeremy Corbyn for launching anti-Semitism inquiry

The MP for Leicester East supports the Labour leader's swift action

Blinds and supplements! Jon Holmes' 'Lonely Lunch Club' is back

Blinds and supplements! Join Jon Holmes in his 'Lonely Lunch Club'

Blinds and supplements! Join Jon Holmes in his 'Lonely Lunch Club'

Myles just can't work out why no one in his office wants to talk to him

Jon Holmes gets the expert view on dealing with 'peeping tom' horses

Jon Holmes gets the expert view on dealing with 'peeping tom' horses

Jon Holmes gets the expert view on dealing with 'peeping tom' horses

Former Metropolitan Police detective Peter Bleksley explains how to stop the creatures from horsing around

Welcome to the Bank of Mum and Dad: Property expert warns teenagers will face stark choices as house prices spiral out of control

Bank of Mum and Dad: Property expert warns teenagers will face stark choices as house prices spiral out of control

The Bank of Mum and Dad: House prices will force teenagers into stark choices

Property expert Louisa Fletcher warns youngsters could have to decide between a degree or a deposit

Kids' Strike: 'We can't condone the action taken today', insists Association of Teachers and Lecturers policy advisor

Kids' Strike: 'We can't condone the action taken today', insists Association of Teachers and Lecturers policy advisor

Kids' Strike: 'We can't condone the action taken today', says Anne Heavey

The policy advisor for the Association of Teachers and Lecturers condemns the actions of parents who are protesting against the SATs tests

'Drug taking is not a major thing, they regard it as normal' - Professor Sue Pryce warns young people don't see the harm in drugs

'Drug taking is not a major thing, they regard it as normal' - Professor Sue Pryce warns young people don't see the harm

'Drug taking is not a major thing' - Young people don't see the harm

After a teenager took an ecstasy tablet and later died, there are fears risks aren't being taken in to consideration by youngsters

'How delightful!' - 'How delightful!' - Basil Brush hails Leicester City's Premier League title win

'How delightful!' - Basil Brush hails Leicester City's Premier League title win

Basil Brush hails Leicester City's Premier League title win

'How delightful!' says Britain's most famous fox

'It puts us on the map again' - Jon Ashworth MP talks about Leicester City FC's historic Premier League win

'It puts us on the map again' - Jon Ashworth MP praises Leicester City's historic Premier League win

Premier League win 'puts us on the map again', says MP for Leicester South

Jon Ashworth couldn't contain his joy at Leicester historic title success and what it will do for the city

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Lazy Journalism and Jobs with Sticks

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Lazy Journalism and Jobs with Sticks - Monday, April 2

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Monday, April 2

'Went and had my dinner, came back and I'm Ken Livingstone!' (Iain)

Monday, May 2, 2016

Monday, May 2, 2016

Do Not Resuscitate orders: 'We train doctors and nurses to have open and honest conversations,' insists Professor Sam Ahmedzhai

Do Not Resuscitate orders: 'We train doctors and nurses to have open and honest conversations', insists Professor Sam Ahmedzai

DNR orders: 'We train doctors and nurses to have open and honest conversations'

Professor Sam Ahmedzai expressed concern about the information provided regarding Do Not Resuscitate orders

'I'm trying to earn the title 100 feet Pete' - Current stinging nettle eating champion aims to beat his record

'I'm trying to earn the title 100 feet Pete' - Current stinging nettle eating world champion aims to beat his record

'I want to be 100 feet Pete' - Nettle eating world champion aims to beat record

Pete Wellman hopes to eat 100 feet of stinging nettles in next month's World Nettle Eating Championship

'Tips should 100 per cent go to the staff', insists restaurant manager Laurie Scott

'Tips should 100 per cent go to the staff', insists restaurant manager Laurie Scott

'Tips should 100 per cent go to the staff', insists restaurant manager

Laurie Scott wholeheartedly agrees with the government's report suggesting employees should keep their tips in full

'Blame the parents' - Best-selling author Liz Fraser on children's exam stress

Kids' Strike: 'Blame the parents' - Best-selling author Liz Fraser on children's exam stress

'Blame the parents' - Best-selling author Liz Fraser on children's exam stress

Kids as young as six will be staying away from school tomorrow in protestover tougher SATs

'At one point, I thought I was demonic, possessed' - Former gang member tells of how she escaped from a life of crime

'At one point, I thought I was demonic, possessed' - Former gang member tells of how she escaped from a life of crime

'At one point, I thought I was demonic, possessed', says Tracey Miller

A former gang member tells of how she escaped from a life of crime which nearly claimed her life

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Saturday, April 30, 2016

What's up, Daniel Greenwood? Another talented busker joins Jon Holmes

What's up, Daniel Greenwood? Another talented busker joins Jon Holmes

What's up, Daniel Greenwood? Another talented busker joins Jon Holmes

The song you need to get ready for the weekend

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Gary and Skip

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Gary and Skip - Friday, April 29

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Friday, April 29

'First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is' (Donovan)

Friday, April 29, 2016

Friday, April 29, 2016

Podcast - Jon Holmes on talkRADIO - Episode 6

Podcast - Jon Holmes on talkRADIO - Episode 6

The least worst bits from Jon Holmes's show on talkRADIO

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Massive Racists and Lonely Hearts

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Massive Racists and Lonely Hearts - Thursday, April 28

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Thursday, April 28

'I am a racist...and you can't catch the same cold twice' (Craig)

The Work Experience Film Review: Bastille Day, Miles Ahead and Joy

The Work Experience Film Review: Bastille Day, Miles Ahead and Joy

The Work Experience Film Review: Bastille Day, Miles Ahead and Joy

Barry the workie voices his opinion on this week's hottest movies

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 6

Podcast: Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast - Episode 6

Enjoy all the week's highlights of our early morning show

'It's both nature and nurture' - Early life can have a big influence on killers, claims criminologist James Treadwell

'It's both nature and nurture' - Early life can have a big influence on killers, claims criminologist James Treadwell

'It's both nature and nurture' - Early life can have a big influence on killers

Criminologist Dr James Treadwell discusses the findings of recent research

Flight safety expert Captain Martin Alder has warned that people not involved in aviation 'won't understand the risks' of drones

Drones: People 'don't understand the risks', claims flight safety expert

Drones: People 'don't understand the risks', claims flight safety expert

Captain Martin Alder calls for a practical solution to be found

E-cigarettes do ‘significantly reduce risks of smoking', insists charity chief Deborah Arnott

E-cigarettes do ‘significantly reduce risks of smoking', insists charity chief Deborah Arnott

E-cigarettes do ‘significantly reduce risks of smoking', insists charity chief

Deborah Arnott backs Royal College of Physicians report into the devices

'Jeremy Corbyn indulges prejudice,' claims journalist Stephen Pollard

'Jeremy Corbyn indulges prejudice', claims journalist Stephen Pollard

'Jeremy Corbyn indulges prejudice', claims journalist Stephen Pollard

The journalist and author slammed the Labour leader for not taking appropriate action against discrimination in his party

Steve Dixon is setting up a pub with a difference - there won't be any beer!

'I feel the need to put something back' - Steve Dixon from Changes Charity opens a dry bar

'I feel the need to put something back' - Changes Charity's alcohol free pub

The establishment is aimed at those recovering from booze problems

'He has a track record of tackling anti-Semitism' - Neil Coyle MP defends John Mann's confrontation with Ken Livingstone

'He has a track record of tackling anti-Semitism' - Neil Coyle MP defends John Mann's confrontation with Ken Livingstone

Neil Coyle backs John Mann in Ken Livingstone anti-Semitism row

The pair had a well publicised TV argument

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Thursday, April 28, 2016

America's Most Wanted! Jon Holmes on being Texas' number one felon

America's Most Wanted! Jon Holmes on being Texas' number one felon

America's Most Wanted! Jon Holmes on being Texas' number one felon

That was a 'Lonely Lunch Club' with a difference

'He's just incredible in every way' - Kate Brandon has just five days left to save her husband's life

'He's just incredible in every way' - Kate Brandon has just five days left to save her husband's life

Heart breaking story of a wife who has five days to save her husband's life

Mike Brandon was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2014 and now needs experimental new treatment

‘Potentially it’s the beginning of a very painful break up’ – Is ‘sexting’ cheating?

‘Potentially it’s the beginning of a very painful break up’ – Is ‘sexting’ cheating?

‘Potentially it’s the beginning of a painful break up’ – Is ‘sexting’ cheating?

Relationship expert Sean Brickell rubbishes research that suggests a third of Brits believe it's harmless

Hillsborough: South Yorkshire police are 'in denial' and 'haven't changed or learned', claims Andy Burnham MP

Hillsborough: South Yorkshire police are 'in denial' and 'haven't changed or learned', claims Andy Burnham MP

Hillsborough: South Yorkshire police are 'in denial' and 'haven't changed'

Labour MP Andy Burham launches a scaching attack on the force and its history of ‘underhand tactics in pursuing false prosecutions’

'With every word he damages the Labour Party' - Wes Streeting MP slams Ken Livingstone over Hitler comments

'With every word he damages the Labour Party' - Wes Streeting MP slams Ken Livingstone over Hitler comments

'With every word he damages the Labour Party', Streeting slams Livingstone

Former London mayor has now been suspended for his comments suggesting Hitler 'supported' Zionism

Revenge Porn: 'The harm these images do is incalculable,' says John Carr OBE

Revenge Porn: 'The harm these images do to children is incalculable', says John Carr OBE

Revenge Porn: 'The harm these images do to children is incalculable'

John Carr OBE, Secretary for the Children's Charities' Coalitions on Internet Safety, highlights how damaging it can be for children

Former Labour MP blasts Britain’s decision not to offer refuge to 3000 unaccompanied children

Former Labour MP blasts Britain’s decision not to offer refuge to 3000 unaccompanied children

Former Labour MP blasts Britain’s decision not to offer refuge to 3000 children

Lord Alf Dubs is urging government to back his amendment to the immigration bill

'I hate going back and listening to what I've done before' - Midge Ure on his career

'I hate going back and listening to what I've done before' - Midge Ure on his career

'I hate going back and listening to what I've done before' - Midge Ure

The co-creator of Live Aid and Live 8 joined Jonny Gold feat. Ash to discuss his new Something From Everything tour

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Rude Awakenings and Angels

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Rude Awakenings and Angels - Wednesday, April 27

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Wednesday, April 27

'Do you get better angels the more you pay?'

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes raises the question – Should we ban clouds?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes raises the question – Should we ban clouds?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes raises the question – Should we ban clouds?

'If you don’t like it go and live in a desert'

The Diversity Paper Review: Holidays, hairdryers and body clocks

The Diversity Paper Review: Holidays, hairdryers and body clocks

The Diversity Paper Review: Holidays, hairdryers and body clocks

Jon Holmes invites Johnny back to review the papers

Philosophy and impersonations! Another instalment of 'Lonely Lunch Club'

Philosophy and impersonations! Another instalment of 'Lonely Lunch Club'

Philosophy and impersonations! Another instalment of 'Lonely Lunch Club'

Jon Holmes welcomes a new caller on to his show

‘Shocked and appalled' - Campaigner Louise Burfitt Dons defends a father facing prosecution for confronting bullies

‘Shocked and appalled' - Campaigner Louise Burfitt Dons defends a father facing prosecution for confronting bullies

‘Shocked, appalled' - Campaigner on dad facing prosecution for tackling bullies

Louise Burfitt Dons claims 'we’ve got our values back to front'

Madeleine McCann: 'There comes a point when the police can't take this matter further', says Mark Williams-Thomas

Madeleine McCann: 'There comes a point when the police can't take this matter further', says Mark Williams-Thomas

'There comes a point when the police can't take this matter further'

Journalist Mark Williams-Thomas explains the reasoning behind the potential ending of Scotland Yard's probe into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

'It's entirely unethical, it ought to be illegal but it's not' - Labour MP John Mann slams business laws following BHS collapse

'It's entirely unethical, it ought to be illegal but it's not' - Labour MP John Mann slams business laws following BHS collapse

'It's entirely unethical' - John Mann claims business laws are not tough enough

Labour MP John Mann claims company owners can get away with too much following BHS collapse

'I’ve got my Captain America jacket and shield ready' – Paul Ross meets a Marvel superfan

'I’ve got my Captain America jacket and shield ready' – Paul Ross meets a Marvel superfan

'I’ve got my Captain America jacket and shield ready'

Paul Ross meets a Marvel superfan

Hillsborough verdict: 'The police should be hanging their heads in shame', says Graham Beecroft

Hillsborough verdict: 'The police should be hanging their heads in shame', says Graham Beecroft

Hillsborough verdict: 'The police should be hanging their heads in shame'

Graham Beecroft was commentating on the FA Cup semi-final when the disaster unfolded

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Paradise Earth

Late Nights with Iain Lee: Paradise Earth - Tuesday, April 26

Podcast: Late Nights with Iain Lee - Tuesday, April 26

'I've invented Paradise Earth. To start with, everyone will need to donate their faeces' (Nigel the Inventor)

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks – Do we need bones?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks – Do we need bones?

The Big Debate: Jon Holmes asks – Do we need bones?

If we didn't, we'd just be skin and skin!

The Diversity Paper Review: Sharks, Beyonce and lemon bikinis

The Diversity Paper Review: Sharks, Beyonce and lemon bikinis

The Diversity Paper Review: Sharks, Beyonce and lemon bikinis

Jon Holmes gets a diverse perspective on the headlines

Cold porridge and car trouble! Lonely Lunch Club returns

Cold porridge and car trouble! Lonely Lunch Club returns

Cold porridge and car trouble! Lonely Lunch Club returns

Jon Holmes provided a willing ear to the woes of another lonely person at lunch

Hillsborough verdict: Leading journalist John Keith expects families of the victims to welcome criminal charges

Hillsborough verdict: Leading journalist John Keith expects families of the victims to welcome criminal charges

Hillsborough: Merseyside journalist expects families to welcome criminal charges

John Keith says what people want is 'absolute justice'

It’s a real life ‘Homeward Bound’ story: Sheepdog finds its way home from 240 miles away

It’s a real life ‘Homeward Bound’ story: Sheepdog finds its way home from 240 miles away

‘Homeward Bound’: Sheepdog finds its way home from 240 miles away

The true life story of Pero, the remarkable pooch

Junior Doctors' Strike: Jeremy Hunt 'isn't interested in finding a settlement'

Junior Doctors' Strike: Jeremy Hunt 'isn't interested in finding a settlement'

Junior Doctors' Strike: Jeremy Hunt 'isn't interested in finding a settlement'

Dr. Jeeves Wijesuriya explains why the first all-out doctors' strike in the history of the NHS had to happen

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