Richard Madeley

Friday, February 8, 2019

Friday, February 8, 2019

'I'd give up happy moments not to exist', says man suing his parents for being born

'I'd give up happy moments not to exist', says man suing his parents for being born

'I'd give up happy moments not to exist', says man suing parents for being born

Raphael Samuel is suing his parents to make a point that having children is 'selfish'

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Entomologist behind 'The Big Wasp Survey' defends project against criticism

Entomologist behind 'The Big Wasp Survey' defends project against criticism

Entomologist behind 'The Big Wasp Survey' defends project against criticism

Adam Hart spoke to Richard Madeley about the planned project

Nelsons Column: 'Our failure to confront our uncomfortable past is toxic', says columnist

Nelsons Column: 'Our failure to confront our uncomfortable past is toxic', says columnist

'Our failure to confront our past and issues like Nelson's Column is toxic'

Columnist Afua Hirsch says the darker side of history is being swept under the carpet

Ludlow Hospital: 'You've got a perception problem if you think bed pushes are sexualised', says Richard Madeley

Ludlow Hospital: 'You've got a perception problem if you think bed pushes are sexualised', says Richard Madeley

Richard Madeley: 'If you think bed pushes are sexualised, you've got a problem'

Ludlow Hospital has turned down a donation of £2,500 because it was raised by a bed push which bosses claim was 'demeaning'

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Bake Off: 'Despite current good reviews the press will criticise the show on ratings', says reviewer

Bake Off critics should beware the Jeremy Corbyn effect, says Richard Madeley

Bake Off critics should beware the Jeremy Corbyn effect, says Richard Madeley

Film reviewer Nick Duncalf says Paul Hollywood's comments about viewing figures could be used against the show

Mumsnet post: 'The law needs to protect kids from unsafe situations,' says vlogger

Mumsnet row: 'We need a law to protect kids from bad parents' says blogger

'We need a law to protect kids from bad parents' says blogger

Anna Cribb spoke to Richard Madeley about the furore surrounding a working mum's honest post on Mumsnet

Monday, August 21, 2017

Monday, August 21, 2017

'Next Tory leader could be James Cleverly as Jacob Rees-Mogg is inexperienced'

'Next Tory leader could be James Cleverly as Jacob Rees-Mogg is inexperienced'

'Next Tory leader could be James Cleverly as Jacob Rees-Mogg is inexperienced'

Henry Hill, the assistant editor for Conservative Home says its hard to know what Jacob Rees-Mogg would really be like in power

'Our polls say 80% of British Jews believe Labour harbours anti-Semites', says campaigner

'Our polls say 80% of British Jews believe Labour harbours anti-Semites', says campaigner

'Our polls say 80% of British Jews believe Labour harbours anti-Semites'

Gideon Falter, the chairman of The Campaign Against Anti-Semitism, spoke to Richard Madeley about growing unrest in the Jewish community.

'Government needs to take a stronger community line on terrorism', says former Labour MP

Europe terror crisis: This is war now, says former Labour MP

Europe terror crisis: This is war now, says former Labour MP

Dr Eric Moonman, a professor and former Labour MP, spoke to Richard Madeley about the Government's plans to deal with terrorism

'Steve Bannon can push his agenda more from outside the White House'

'Steve Bannon may now go to war with Ivanka Trump, says columnist

'Steve Bannon may now go to war with Ivanka Trump, says columnist

Andre Walker, who previously worked closely with Steve Bannon, says he's very single-minded and he struggled to connect with people in the White House

Friday, April 1, 2016

Friday, April 1, 2016

Richard Madeley pays tribute to Denise Robertson

Richard Madeley pays tribute to Denise Robertson

Richard Madeley pays tribute to Denise Robertson

The former presenter has fond memories of This Morning's resident agony aunt