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The best of James Whale on talkRADIO. The godfather of speech radio has his say on all the big news and political stories.

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The best of James Whale on talkRADIO. The godfather of speech radio has his say on all the big news and political stories.

    The James Whale Show | Cancer treatment backlog & Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

    The James Whale Show | Cancer treatment backlog & Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

    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 military historian Mike Yardley about the event that marked a turning point in the Second World War.
     
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    The James Whale Show | Shamima Begum Can Return To UK

    The James Whale Show | Shamima Begum Can Return To UK

    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 Foreign Affairs Committee gives his view. And we discuss 'cancel culture' with Rupert Lowe, former Brexitt Party MEP for West Midlands after the BBC axed The Andrew Neil Show.
     
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    The James Whale Show | Inquiry into Coronavirus

    The James Whale Show | Inquiry into Coronavirus

    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.
     
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    The James Whale Show | Huawei banned from UK's 5G network

    The James Whale Show | Huawei banned from UK's 5G network

    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 technology correspondent at MLex, speaks to James about why the UK government are now starting to push back against Huawei.
     
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    The James Whale Show | Modern day slavery & post-Brexit immigration plans

    The James Whale Show | Modern day slavery & post-Brexit immigration plans

    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 with James about why HS2 should not be built.
     
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    The James Whale Show | Pools, gyms, team sport and outdoor gigs to return

    The James Whale Show | Pools, gyms, team sport and outdoor gigs to return

    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 return. And Joel Williams, Tory councillor for Cardiff North weighs up whether or not the BBC should axe free TV licences for over-75s.
     
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