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James Whale! The UK's most opinionated broadcaster is back. The James Whale Radio Show is a revamp of the classic 90's TV Show. Topical News, Entertainment, and Guests. The show also features Rob Oldfield from Robosoft Media. So sit back and listen to the man who is, "the voice of reason" - James Whale! Website - http://jameswhaleradio.co.uk Facebook - http://facebook.com/jameswhaleradio Twitter - http://twitter.com/TheJamesWhale
 
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On this week’s James Whale Radio Show. Topical news, Tech Talk, questions for the Whale and more. Show Produced by Rob Oldfield. Download the mp3 Mobile Phones – If the audio isn’t playing click the pause button and press play! Click to subscribe and keep up to date The post Ep.340 - Sounding off - James Whale Radio Show first appeared on James Wha…
 
James speaks to the Chair of Action Radiotherapy about the backlog of cancer patients that aren't receiving treatment because of the pandemic. Christine Jardine from the Lib Dems and Alex Phillips from the Brexit Party come on to debate the Internal Markets Bill. Finally, marking the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, James speaks to milita…
 
The Court of Appeal has ruled that Shamima Begum can return to the UK to fight for citizenship, Dr Alan Mendoza, Executive director of the Henry Jackson Society joins us to discuss. Dominic Raab is 'almost certain' that Russians sought to interfere in the 2019 UKI election, Tom Tugenhat, Conservative MP for Tonbridge and Malling and chairman of For…
 
Patrick Christys, broadcaster and Conservative commentator joins us to talk about the PM's promise into an independent inquiry on Coronavirus. We chat VAT cuts with Michelle Ovens MBE, founder of small business Britain. And Ryan Harris, broadcaster in Seattle discusses Trump wanting to meet Putin before the election. See acast.com/privacy for priva…
 
James speaks to the Deputy Mayor of Leicester Adam Clarke about what Leicester Council is doing to combat the labour exploitation in the city. As the draft report into antisemitism in the Labour party is published, former Conservative MP Lee Scott, shares his experience of antisemitism while he was in government. Finally, Matthew Newman, chief tech…
 
James speaks to Andrew Bridgen, Conservative MP for North West Leicestershire, abut the claim that there are as many as 10,000 people working in slave-like conditions in Leicester. Virologist Dr Elisabetta Gropelli speaks to James about the advantages of wearing a mask in shops. Finally, Richard Houghton, spokesman for HS2 Action Alliance, debates …
 
Chancellor Rishi Sunak says he is sorry for not being able to protect all jobs, Annabel Denham, Director of communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs joins us to discuss. Dean Russell, Conservative MP for Watford and member of the Health Select Committee talks to us following the news that pools, gyms, team sport and outdoor gigs will ret…
 
James and Ash catch up with Anthony Browne, ​Conservative MP for South Cambridgeshire, to chat about Rishi Sunak's Summer Statement. Charlie Mullins OBE, CEO of Pimlico Plumbers joins the conversation about the 'kickstart jobs scheme' for young people. And Chris Hobbs, former Metropolitan police officer gives him view on Cressida Dick launching a h…
 
James speaks to Chris Mitchell, chairman of Park Lane Healthcare- which runs 7 care homes- about how care homes have responded to COVID 19 amid Boris Johnson's comments blaming them for coronavirus deaths. Conservative MP Phillip Dunne speaks to James about what you can expect from Rishi Sunak's mini-budget. Finally, former British athlete Derek Re…
 
Gary McFarlane, a Black Lives Matter activist, speaks to James about why he think celebs taking a knee is so important. Gary Murphy, a pub licensee in London, gives James his experience of 'Super Saturday'. Finally, James speaks to economist and market commentator Justin Urquhart Stewart about the £500 'High Street Voucher' you could be getting fro…
 
Whole year groups will be put into bubbles; pupils will have staggered breaks and there will be no assemblies when schools fully reopen. We hear from Dr Caroline Johnson, Conservative MP for Sleaford and North Hykeham and Member of the Education Select Committee and Darren Northcott, National Official for Education at the NASUWT Teachers Union. NTI…
 
China has introduced a new national security law for Hong Kong. Tom Tugendhat, Conservative MP for Tonbridge and Malling, takes a closer look at the detail. Leicester-style localised lockdowns are 'just days away' from being imposed after dozens of towns and cities saw coronavirus cases surge in the past week, ​Dr Peter English, chair of the BMA Pu…
 
As Boris Johnson gave his speech about his plans for the economy after lockdown, Khalid Mahmood, Labour MP for Birmingham Perry Barr, and Wendy Chamberlain, Lib Dem MP for North East Fife, give their reaction. Economist Jonathan Portes explains what the economic impact of the PM's new "build, build, build" mantra could be. Finally, James speaks to …
 
Toby Young, general secretary of the Free Speech Union, speaks to James about why Nick Buckley, from Mancunian Way shouldn't have been removed from his post after calling the Black Lives Matter movement "neo-Marxist". Former Brexit Party MEP Belinda De Lucy shares her excitement for latest Brexit negotiations. Finally, James speaks to Marc Abraham …
 
James speaks to Policing Analyst Graham Wettone about the disorder in Brixton that injured over 20 policeman. Rebecca Long-Bailey has been removed from the shadow cabinet after being accused of sharing an anti-semetic tweet. Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi from Jewish Voice for Labour and Lord Clive Soley, the former chairman of the parliamentary Labour Par…
 
James speaks to Jerry Lewis, London correspondent for Israel Radio, about the latest news from Israel as European MPs oppose plans by Israel to annex parts of the occupied West Bank. Lisa Francesca Nand, presenter of the Big Travel podcast, speaks to James about the warning by airline bosses that up to 110,000 might be lossed. Finally, conservative…
 
James speaks to Conservative MP Saqib Bhatti about the further easing of lockdown measures, including the reopening of restaurants on July 4th. Victoria MacDonald, licensee of two pubs in Norfolk, tells James about the plans she has in place for when the pubs do reopen. Finally, Pastor Mark Burns, advisor to President Donald Trump, talks to James a…
 
Political commentator Mike Indian analyses Dominic Raab's controversial comments on talkRADIO about taking a knee for Black Lives Matter. Weyman Bennett, from Stand Up To Racism, tells James why taking down the Cecil Rhodes statue was the right thing to do. Finally, economist Jonathan Davies speaks to James about the extra £100bn being pumped into …
 
James and Femi Oluwole debate the pros and cons of the possible free trade agreement between the UK and Australia once the UK's transition period ends. Dr Elisabetta Gropelli, a virologist and lecturer on global health, explains why the drug Dexamethasone is beneficial for the UK in the fight to beat Covid19. Finally, Max Wiseberg, an airborne alle…
 
Labour MP Stephen Timms explains why it was right for Boris Johnson to change his mind and allow children in England to claim free school meal vouchers during the summer holidays, after a campaign by footballer Marcus Rashford. After North Korea blew up a joint liaison office with the South, North Korean expert Dr. John Nilsson-Wright speaks to Jam…
 
James speaks to Conservative MP Mark Francois about the Prime Minister's new Racial Inequality Commission. Former cop Mike Neville explains why he thinks the Met Police must toughen up with the London protesters. Retail tycoon Theo Paphitis talks to James on the day that all non-essential shops were finally allowed to reopen after lockdown. See aca…
 
James speaks to Paul Griffiths, President of the Police Superintendents Association, about the Hackney Police attack. Councillor Vikki Slade, Leader of the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council, tells James the Lord Baden Powell statue should be pulled down, but only temporarily. Looking ahead to the weekend, Joe Mulhall, Head of Research at …
 
James speaks to criminal barrister Laurie-Anne Power, about why it was the right decision to remove the Edward Colston statue. Shaun Bailey, conservative candidate for Mayor of London, speaks to James about why everyone in the UK must work together to beat racism. Former British athlete Derek Redmond tells James about the racism he has experienced,…
 
Former Brexit Party MEP Belinda De Lucy speaks to James about why she thinks we should be focusing on modern day slavery, rather than statues of past slave traders. Charlie Mullins, CEO of Pimlico Plumbers, talks to James about the problem he's having with the furlough scheme. Paul Crossman, who runs three pubs in York, tells James why now is not t…
 
James speaks to former Mayor of Bristol George Ferguson about why he regrets not tearing down Bristol's Edward Colston statue while he was Mayor. Sir Norman Lamb, former Lib Dem MP, explains why he is campaigning for better mental health support when lockdown is lifted. The Times' Chief Travel Writer Chris Haslam discusses the new rules around the …
 
Daryl Jackson, who has been following the Madeleine McCann case since 2007, speaks to James about the latest developments. Paul Hunter, Professor of Medicine at the University of East Anglia, tells James why he against the proposed 14 day quarantine for people coming into the UK. This Saturday marks the 76th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings, and M…
 
Ken Marsh, chair of the Metropolitan Police Federation, says that the UK police force is not racist and does not have the same problem as the US police force do. Laura Pullman, the New York Correspondent for the Sunday Times, gives her account of her trip to the protests in Minneapolis. Lindsay Rae, Deputy Director of Marketing Peak District & Derb…
 
Jon-Christopher Bua, the White House Correspondent for Talk Media News, gives James the latest on the protests across America. Robert Halfon, Conservative MP for Harlow, explains his frustration at the new voting system in Parliament, and Professor Andrew Preston debates the 2m rule for social distancing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Lord Andrew Adonis speaks to James about why he thinks today wasn't the right time to reopen schools, Lisa Minot, Travel Editor at the Sun, explains why the 14 day quarantine for people coming into the UK will ruin the travel industry, and space expert Andy Lound speaks to James after the successful SpaceX trip to the International Space Station. S…
 
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