Lord Andrew Robathan says the UK needs to use "common sense and rationality" to prevent distressing legal action against war veterans.
Julia Hartley-Brewer has defended a Tory candidate who stepped down over "ill-judged comments" about rape, arguing she would give her daughter the same advice.
Liberal Democrat MP Sir Norman Lamb believes legalising cannabis in the UK could help reduce violent crime and protect teenagers' health.
Presenter Iain Lee says he is grateful to climate change activists, despite their protests extending his commute by 45 minutes.
Labour MP Barry Sheerman reflects on his passionate outburst at Attorney General Geoffrey Cox in the Commons yesterday.
Sociologist Dr Ashley Frawley says it is dangerous to judge people from mistakes they have made in the past, amid the emergence of photos of the Canadian PM wearing 'brownface'.
Paul Staines, editor of political blog Guido Fawkes, responds to the resignation of the Speaker of the House of Commons.
talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer responds to the protests taking place against Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament.
Darren Grimes says the Electoral Commission has subjected him to "years of hell" and is calling for reform of the quango. These are his views and not talkRADIO's.
Tory MP David Davies says the government is not doing enough to stop people entering the country. These are his views and not talkRADIO's.
talkRADIO's political editor Ross Kempsell has shared his thoughts after interviewing the Tory leadership frontrunner.
talkRADIO host Mike Graham says Jeremy Corbyn is acting childishly by protesting Donald Trump's three-day state visit. These are his views and not talkRADIO's.
Spiked editor Brendan O'Neill says there is an element of "cruelty" to how people have treated Danny Baker since he posted his controversial royal baby tweet. These are his views and not talkRADIO's.
Fiyaz Mughal OBE and Anne Marie Waters share their thoughts on whether Sir Roger Scruton should have been sacked from his government adviser post.
talkRADIO host, executive editor of the Sun and New Zealand native Dan Wootton gives his thoughts on the Christchurch terror attack. These are his views and not talkRADIO's.
Breakfast presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer gives her thoughts on why Theresa May should resign as Prime Minister after her Brexit deal was rejected by MPs. These are her views and not talkRADIO's.
Journalist and broadcaster Martin Daubney explains why he thinks a shooting range using Shamima Begum's picture as the target is a "splendid" idea. These are his views and not talkRADIO's.
Mohammed Shafiq from the Ramadhan Foundation tells talkRADIO why he is glad that Facebook have banned Tommy Robinson.
The founder and director of Faith Matters and the Tell Mama project, Fiyaz Mughal OBE, explains why he thinks IS schoolgirl Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK.
Whistleblower Shahmir Sanni, who exposed Vote Leave's unlawful spending, gives his verdict on Channel 4's film Brexit: The Uncivil War
talkRADIO’s associate digital editor Samantha King responds to the Mayor of London’s decision to make the city’s flagship New Year’s Eve fireworks display EU-themed. These are her views and not talkRADIO’s.
Student and Remainer Kira Lewis writes about how her family overcome their Brexit differences at Christmas
Vegan Jonathan Petrides explains why he won't stop staying 'bring home the bacon' despite PETA's campaign to change phrases that refer to animals
talkRADIO's political editor Ross Kempsell explores whether the Prime Minister is safe from a no-confidence vote, or whether she could still face one before Christmas.
Following the announcement that a draft withdrawal agreement has been agreed with Brussels, talkRADIO's political editor Ross Kempsell explains what will happen over the next 24 hours.
talkRADIO's Michael Graham greets the news that Hillary Clinton might run for president in 2020 with the assertion that she's the 'worst' candidate ever
talkRADIO's Michael Graham says left wing campaigners in the US are behaving like an angry mob, and Democrats are encouraging them
Brian Paddick said that the Gender Recognition Act consultation is a separate issue to Karen White's sentencing, and that the conflation of transgender people with sex offenders is 'prejudice'
talkRADIO's Dawn Neesom says Strictly's so-called Strictly Curse is "simply a roll call of celebrities whose marriages were already on the rocks".
talkRADIO's Michael Graham argues that the tactics used by protesters opposed to Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation are a step too far
Julia Hartley-Brewer has been banned from next year's Labour party conference for making a joke online about safe spaces
Theresa May's speech promoted centrist Conservativism and drew on the personal in a bid to unite a divided party, says Ross Kempsell
talkRADIO's US presenter Michael Graham explains why Trump supporters are supporting Brett Kavanaugh despite the allegations of sexual assault against him
talkRADIO presenter Michael Graham says Khalid Masood shouldn't be used as proof by 'Muslim-haters' that Islam is a threat
talkRADIO's Michael Graham argues that the anonymous New York Times op-ed claiming there's a secret resistance against in the White House shows the government don't care what the voting public wanted
The first Prime Minister's Questions after recess saw Theresa May make a statement on the Salisbury poisonings and Jeremy Corbyn reduce Brexit negotiations to a one-liner
Angus Brown of Our Future, Our Choice writes that a second referendum is not about politics, but protecting the workers of Britain
talkRADIO's Michael Graham explains why some Trump-supporting Republicans were reticent to mourn Senator John McCain
talkRADIO's digital editor Thea de Gallier, who was a freelance journalist for three years, explains why digital companies should put money back into the media
talkRADIO's political editor Ross Kempsell says Dominic Raab's speech on what would happen in the event of a no-deal Brexit contained plenty of scares, but will be used as a springboard for Brexiteers and Remainers alike
talkRADIO's Michael Graham says the polls don't have all the answers when it comes to whether the Democrats can take office in the US
talkRADIO's political editor Ross Kempsell said Corbyn must act fast to stop the spectre of anti-Semitism scuppering Labour's chances of being a credible opposition
talkRADIO's digital reporter James Hingle is in favour of suggested new legislation to punish cyclists who harm or kill pedestrians
talkRADIO's Saturday host Michael Graham argues that for all Trump's personal failings, his impact on the US economy speaks for itself
Michael Graham argues in favour of plastic, despite widespread bans aimed at reducing waste and pollution
Theresa May is taking her customary two breaks this summer as parliament goes into recess, but Brexit will be on her mind, says Ross Kempsell
talkRADIO's Michael Graham says Donald Trump wants the best for the UK when it comes to Brexit, and the protesters should 'stop whinging'
Critics of Sadiq Khan are saying he displayed double standards by allowing the Trump Baby blimp to fly, but previously banning adverts depicting a woman in a bikini
talkRADIO host Michael Graham says that although Democrats have latched onto the campaign to abolish the immigration authority ICE, it's not what the American public want
talkRADIO host Michael Graham says that suggesting Donald Trump's views on the media could have influenced the Maryland shooter derails the gun debate
Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Murray objected to marriage on patriarchal grounds. One woman who feels the same explains why
talkRADIO host Michael Graham takes the controversial stance that the US's real problem is high numbers of illegal immigrants, not children being detained
Michael Graham argues that men and women are inherently different in his latest column
Michael Graham argues that Donald Trump is the first president to elicited any action from North Korea over their nuclear regime
Toby Young claimed the lack of black students at Oxford University was down to a lack of support from schools. Bilal Harry Khan, a black Cambridge graduate, argues that he isn't completely wrong