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Labour’s shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald struggled today to explain how much the party would spend on transport
And the row spilled over to Twitter ... Former cricketer Sir Ian Botham courted controversy during a live radio interview
This is not the first time Bothan has got into a heated debate on the radio over game bird shooting. Speaking on Radio 4
Prime Minister's deputy casts doubt on confidence and supply talks.
Damian Green has admitted the Conservative Party’s bid to strike an agreement with the DUP may fail, as talks between the
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This is the moment BBC Radio 5Live was evacuated live on air by before 2pm this afternoon. Presenters were in the middle
The signs of home are everywhere. A small boy playing football dressed in a faded Arsenal shirt. The Union flag fluttering on the shop awning fashioned from old tarpaulins. But this isn't the UK. It's South Sudan. And it's a country in crisis.
Is the UK a divided place? What are the things that divide us? What are the bonds that unite us? Those are the questions that we were asking our Afternoon Edition audience on BBC Radio 5 live all last week. Deep diving into the lives and experiences of communities living in the UK offered everything from views on immigration to concerns about the NHS, social mobility and where people say they're from.
'I know all too well the pain anxiety and depression causes.'
A senior Conservative has said he regrets causing offence after he said disability payments should go to “really disabled
'If criticism starts affecting your performance, you’re done.'
For the latest in our WISE WORDS interview series - where stars from a whole range of fields share the important life lessons
Cuffe herself thanked the takeaway shop: If this fish and chip shop doesn’t get some sort of award for customer service it’s
I am so excited about my new job co-hosting Afternoon Edition alongside Sarah Brett on BBC Radio 5 live and so happy that the Controller of 5 live Jonathan Wall has given me an opportunity of a lifetime. This is mainstream broadcasting. The guests are household names, the issues go beyond the Asian community while being relevant to them too. The chance to have the conversations I used to have but on a bigger platform, and many new debates as well.
So, what has happened in hurricane forecasting since Katrina? The single biggest improvement has been in the weather computer models used to predict the path of hurricanes and the associated hazards such as wind strength, rainfall amounts and storm surge.
Anybody who thinks this is about sex, keep reading. It's not, but keep reading anyway - it might just make you happy. We're right in the middle of Happiness Week on BBC Radio 5 live...