show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Steve Crossman is joined by Karen Bardsley, Leon Osman and Stephen Warnock to look ahead to the World Cup quarter-finals and reflect on the tournament so far. They talk about how England will set up to face France, and hear from Kyle Walker on what it would be like to face in-form Kylian Mbappe, while looking at the other strengths of the team and …
 
DEFRA Secretary Therese Coffey has appeared before the EFRA select committee of MPs for the first time since her appointment. For two hours she faced queries on a wide range of issues from food security to using farmland for solar panels. She gave a clear indication that the Local Nature Recovery scheme could be subsumed into an enhanced version of…
 
The quarter-final line up is complete after Morocco beat Spain on penalties and Portugal were mesmerising against Switzerland.Kelly Cates is joined by guests from all around the world to react to Tuesday’s results. Watching a game which saw Portugal coach Fernando Santos drop Cristiano Ronaldo to the bench, and then his replacement Goncalo Ramos sc…
 
The Labour Party has launched a commitment to major political reforms which it says would see a transfer of power 'from Westminster to the people of Britain'. Included in the plan titled 'A New Britain', would be the devolution of certain powers to regions and counties. The current government has already announced Cornwall, Suffolk, and part North …
 
Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Dennis, Chris Sutton and Tim Vickery for reaction to Brazil’s sensational 4-1 win over South Korea.The guys discuss how Tite’s side are likely to get on against their quarter-final opponents Croatia, who beat Japan on penalties. And James Maddison speaks to Emma Saunders after England’s 3-0 win over Senegal.…
 
How much carbon can farms store in the soil, and how should it be measured? Farmers are being encouraged to look at new ways of making money and improving the environment by sequestering carbon, but there hasn't been much agreement on the details. Now Academics from the University of Leeds, businesses and farmers have published a new Farm Soil Carb…
 
Mark Chapman and guests react to England 3-0 Senegal in the World Cup last 16. He’s joined by ex-England players Micah Richards, Matt Upson, Rob Green and Ellen White. Hear from goalscorers Bukayo Saka, Jordan Henderson and Harry Kane, as well as Phil Foden and Gareth Southgate.INTERVIEWS:12:45 – Foden,16:30 – Saka,28:55 – Southgate,38:35 – Henders…
 
Kelly Cates is joined by Pat Nevin, Tim Vickery and former Australia captain Mile Jedinak to reflect on Argentina’s 2-1 win over Australia in the last 16, as Lionel Messi scored in the 1,000th game of his career.Argentina will now face Netherlands in the quarter-finals, so Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan drops by to discuss their 3-1 win over…
 
Where's the money? We discuss how much farmers make from the food we buy. We hear warnings of turkey shortages this Christmas and pleas from small turkey farmers still in business not to forget them.Staff at the Rural Payments Agency look set to strike for a month over Christmas, just as they’re meant to be sending out crucial basic payment cheques…
 
Sorrow for Suarez, Grinch Sutton and a Cameroonian Christmas CarolKelly Cates is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and South American football expert Tim Vickery - as the group stages came to a close in typically dramatic fashion.Cameroon are out of the tournament, despite a famous win over Brazil, and a 91st minute winner for South Korea…
 
Farmers earn less than a penny a pack for much of the food they produce for supermarkets, according to a new report 'Unpicking Food'. The charity Sustain says it’s often less than one per cent. They say supply chains are too long and complex, resulting in producers losing out. For instance, the report says a 480 gram pack of supermarket cheddar cos…
 
Kelly Cates and guests react to Germany and Belgium crashing out of the World Cup at the group stage. She’s joined by ex-Germany defender Arne Friedrich and journalist Kristoffer Klein along with former England internationals Karen Bardsley and Matt Upson. Spanish supremo Guillem Balagué and ex-J.League striker Jay Bothroyd have their say after Spa…
 
Staff at the Rural Payments Agency look set to strike for a month over Christmas, just as they’re meant to be sending out crucial Basic Payment cheques to farmers.All this week we’re talking about horses. Today we hear from a farrier and discuss why some are promoting leaving horses 'barefoot'.Presented by Caz Graham and produced by Beatrice Fenton…
 
Emma Saunders is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Tim Vickery for reaction to a dramatic night in Group C - as Argentina and Poland reached the knockout stages. We’ll also reflect on an historic day for Australia, after they reached the last 16 of the men’s tournament for the first time in 16 years. Prepare yourself for some highbrow…
 
Nearly half the free-range turkeys being produced for Christmas in the UK have been culled or died because of avian flu. that was the message from the poultry industry to the Environment Food and Rural Affairs select committee which has been taking evidence about the spread of bird flu. But one turkey farmer who wants to cull his turkeys early, to …
 
Mark Chapman and guests reflect on England’s 3-0 win over Wales at the World Cup. Micah Richards, Jermaine Jenas, Matt Upson, Danny Gabbidon and Jayne Ludlow break down the match that sees England top Group B and progress to the last 16 with Wales finishing bottom. We hear from Rob Page and Gareth Bale and ask what’s next for Wales before chatting …
 
Kelly Cates brings you two special interviews to preview the huge final group games on Wednesday. First up is Mauricio Pochettino to talk Lionel Messi and look ahead to Argentina’s crucial tie with Poland. Then, ahead of Australia’s decider with Denmark, BBC commentator Pien Meulensteen visits the Soceroos’ camp to catch up with her dad, René, who …
 
Pig producers are still facing difficult times. Although the price they receive has gone up, pig farmers are reported to be losing on average £33 per animal. The AHDB estimates the sector's lost £750 million over the past two years. It's now reported that major processors, Cranswick, are spending £4 million recruiting and training 400 butchers from…
 
Kelly Cates and guests look ahead to Wales vs England. She’s joined by Rio Ferdinand, Sam Vokes, John Murray, Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton, and you’ll hear from Gareth Southgate, Rob Page and Gareth Bale. Also catch reaction to Portugal’s win over Uruguay and thrilling matches involving Ghana and Cameroon, and Statman Dave presents his play…
 
There should be a national body to deliver science more quickly to farmers - that’s the conclusion of a report looking at ways to boost productivity and innovation on UK farms. The Application of Science Report says the current system is too fragmented and the UK is falling behind other countries. Lord Curry of Kirkharle who chaired the working gro…
 
Kelly Cates and guests reflect on Germany’s draw with Spain. She’s joined by Peter Schmeichel, Alan Shearer, Moritz Volz and commentator John Murray. The panel also hear from Jack Grealish and Joe Allen ahead of England vs Wales. And Juliette Ferrington presents reaction to two big shocks as Morocco beat Belgium and Costa Rica edge past Japan.TOPIC…
 
Mark Chapman is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton, Guillem Balague and Tim Vickery for reaction to Argentina’s 2-0 win over Mexico. We’ll also round-up the day’s other big stories with wins France, Poland and Australia. Some of the Euro Leagues team look ahead to the huge game between Spain v Germany in Group E on Sunday. And Alan Shearer…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login