Journalist Caroline Farrow argued against assisted dying whilst Dr Jacky Davis argued in favour of it
A six-year-old with epilepsy is calling for medical cannabis to be legalised, along with many others
Labour Councillor Robert Atkinson says Theresa May made promises she didn't follow up on
Stanley Johnson says he's 100% sure Ant and Dec will 'come bouncing back'
Edwina Currie says big stars have to set themselves higher standards than ordinary people
Vince Cable thinks it's nonsense that the EU is trying to hurt Britain
talkRADIO hosts says it's a nonsense that we're paying for immigrants to learn the language
Eamonn spilled some marital secrets on his talkRADIO show
Jim Fitzpatrick stops well short of backing a Corbyn government
Former ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer said it was not appropriate for Corbyn to speak out once the Government had decided its position
Alan Friedman says we can't guarantee that Trump will react sensibly to Theresa May's attack on Vladimir Putin
Harriet Minter says the disparity simply 'does not stack up'
Ellie Phillips spoke to Mike Graham and Johnson after the new website for the discounted youth rail scheme crashed, piling fresh embarrassment upon the government and Philip Hammond
Vinnie Jones says Carragher should be sent to the job centre after spitting at a teenage girl
Theresa May has given Russia a deadline to explain why a Russian nerve agent was used to poison a former spy
Eamonn says Sky want to keep Carragher on as he's 'good box office'
Jack Straw claimed staying in the EU would make it easier to take action against Russia if it was behind attempting killing of Sergei Skripal
Sarah Jarvis says many people in the NHS are leaving out of fear of Brexit - but Julia says that's nonsense
Annie Machon says 'there are too many known unknowns' and 'perhaps the finger of blame is being made to point at Putin'
The story involves the former Manchester United manager, a New York restaurant, Rio Ferdinand and the paparazzi.
Chris Williamson says the BBC is just as bad at RT because 'it invaded Iraq.'
Lily Madigan - the first trans person to be elected a women's officer by Labour - gives her point of view to our presenter
Blunt says Russia 'has a history of murdering its enemies abroad', but it might be tough to punish the Kremlin for alleged Sergei Skripal murder
The editor-in-chief at Netmums Anne-Marie O'Leary says we must help friends who we see suffering
Aaron Bastani claims his idea to fund education, social care and infrastructure is so simple 'it's not rocket science'
Daily Gun Deaths keeps a track of how many people have been killed due to gun violence
The plane was part of the Republic of Korea Air Force's Black Eagles aerobatic team
talkRADIO host believes Daily Express and Daily Star have an agenda against her driven by deep-seated racism.
April Ryan says a pastor became aggressive towards her when she tried to speak to the US President
The volcano in the Philippines has shot steam, ash and lava fragments into the sky
The video shows women sexually harassing men in the way you might expect men to harass women
Caller Ken says migrants are getting off lorries and running through the countryside
Isaac Newton Farris Jr says Donald Trump is not informed and may have taken part in racist acts without realising
Bolton's partner said black people were ugly and that Markle's marriage would taint the Royal Family
Carole Malone claimed Tony Blair's former communications director was rude and didn't want a discussion
Carole Malone slammed Lord Adonis as 'grossly offensive' and 'hysterical'
Miriam Margolyes reveals she is still friends with a Christian family she met whilst in the US
A YouTuber was out filming on his motorbike when he saw an elderly pedestrian get knocked over by a car
George Galloway delivered his opening monologue on the defeat of the Government over an amendment to grant MPs a meaningful vote on the final deal
Tom Capon attended The Great Cheeseboard event in Greenwich, which - despite promising unlimited cheese - ran out of the food
Coogan and the 'Pretty Woman' star together in 'The Dinner' as brothers who meet up to discuss a crime committed by their teenage sons
Our host said he believed in the current head of the Catholic Church, saying he was 'the greatest we ever had' in response to Norma's queries about his trip to Myanmar
Our host claimed the singer knew exactly what he was doing when he called the Labour Leader a 'communist'
Alex Cunningham, the shadow work and pensions minister, suggested people's state pensions should reflect health, income, and nature of employment
A Twitter user took exception to our host's warning on the dangers of technology
Tony Blair's former Director of Communications and our host had a major dispute over the progress of the EU withdrawal
Our host said the former Prime Minister had 'systematically dismantled Britain'
Our host went in on the Government and Prime Minister in the opening segment on his show