BBC Radio Wales
42 minutes
I think it's going to be very difficult because it doesn't link in with her watch it happened you ever see you there is no us a direct connection but there is almost always an indirect connection you have problems within the UK have much greater problems her across the middle east as a whole I think we tend to forget that we've been engaged right you're wrong week with a very intense hair war against Isis now for nearly 3 years it starts in August 2014 in that time according to a pentagon estimates so we've killed about 50 thousand Isis supporters during the early stages this hour off licence Bude from being concerned with creating own so called caliphate and Syria and Iraq to also starting to conduct over celotex over see if it hadn't done that 20 great accent before is trying to do it quite intense beam out so in addition to the problem of radical.
BBC Radio 4
19 hours
businesses I hear my house repair I lost my house I lost my business I'd like to know that the people been elected it up she going to do something about it because I think the people that have been in power at the minute it's not really bothered I don't really care very much think on a national level but I do feel that we don't really matter. Because we're so far up and we've been totally forgotten about where Is This It Happened down south in London then it would have been up most of the other plans if somebody wants to win your vote here in his constituency Claire what are there to do about flooding August I would like to have the flood relief in place flood defences that awful.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
I'm going to be in difficulty and he's coming out percentage of time in Ireland anyway because I was there a referendum coming up and so on I mean hi my dad playing to all of this we could be very brief on on this my friend will be crucial I mean I would say the government would like to have it before the boat comes is due in August they seem to be talking about Spring of next year with numbers so that the people visit is a bike ride will be an important feature down this is something has been very vocal about Michael thank you very much indeed that was Michael Kelly editor of the Irish Catholic know it's time for our appeal Joanne McFarlane from the charity kids for school presents are meant for you peel the charity provides opportunities for children and young people in Tanzania and is hoping to raise funds as part of the appeal.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
engage people to a discuss the world meeting of Families First because the one thing they are concerned about it I don't want this event the world meeting of families which has to offer support to families in the contemporary Culture overshadowed by a people visit inevitably that is coming back doors become the meaning of Emily with the idea of the book crossing the border of the pub going to Northern Ireland which is a very real a probability certainly that something in the Vatican that there's ever engaged about it something bad day they do want to happen if the difficulty there of course is an unknown wants to contemplate this in the absence of devolved government next August I certainly the boat wouldn't be coming to Northern Ireland because it doesn't provide good mood music to be celebrating a peace process birthday what would appear of in the absence of the.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
person if anyone can get through to Donald Trump it may be Pope Francis but I think only time will tell in terms of their the policy agenda of the president weather and I've just been A Meeting of Minds with the Pope one thing we can be sure of Pope Francis is someone who certainly speaks his mind with politicians they would have been no holding back I think the gesture of presenting president trump wears a document about the importance of climate change crisis facing humanity of Christ as a witch the president is wealth to say the least sceptical about I think that's a powerful gesture of where the Pope was coming from Michael lindast talk for a minute about the Pope's visit to Ireland I have plans for that progressing well it's a little over a year now he's expected in the latter part of August for the world leading a family so I think what's going on at the moment as the organisers of trying to Energise people around parishes are trying.
BBC Radio Scotland
3 days
music that draws on that Industrial Heritage the make something can I take off and it but wonderful design has changed in Dundee today it is likely to be computer games are graphics of traditional Industries this Printworks before that it were no rings two very different sound after the design festival West ward works could become a parent arts venue as energy manager of UNESCO city of design explains we hand the keys back to a new trust that has been set up and that will be sometime in August and that trust is going to look at how the building can be used but it will be used as an art space in some form rather be hopeful Staines.
BBC Radio Ulster
3 days
facts about station but it isn't a risk it out at this particular juncture that you think you know mainstream mainstream Republicans would would think it's worth taking all their mainstream Republicans to have had the ability to be able to tell if a check your change of course at various stages by saying it in the strategic interests of the Republican movement to do this or whether that will arise in relation it's it's it's August and I think it's more important for a symbolic reason just and practical reason it might be seen by many words in the Republic just being a step too far as something that they couldn't swallow a body in practical terms it may well still be argued by Sinn Fein does taking a fee for Westminster wouldn't make an offer ok German nice to talk to you later.
BBC Radio Wales
3 days
just to Appearances boast in friendlies Welsh golfer Bradley dredge on four under par is too short to Hanley the Euro come up with a one of the PGA championship London 2012 silver medalist Fred Evans makes his professional boxing debut tonight against Belgium naheem finance come August I'll afford a game against Kent in Swansea this morning with a new captain in Michael Hogan and wash pole vaulter Sally Peake says she's proud to be taking part in the great city games for free event on the streets of Manchester which do go ahead this evening despite Mondays terrorist attack you can watch the game on BBC Two Wales from 6 o'clock this evening thanks Stephen let's find out what the weather is up to you this morning benefits here Keighley good morning because yesterday is too high of 28 celsius in hard and we can expect similar values today or maybe even a degree or to hire it's already very warm out and about and we can look forward to another heart and son.
BBC Radio Wales
3 days
it was the last time that they would see each other in August of 1975 word reach my holiday that his father has been killed in El Salvador in May of that year by members of his own rebel group the family was told that a rebel court and found him and another man guilty of spying for America Central Intelligence Agency the CIA and that they both been executed it was a devastating moment in the Sword of Damocles Dickens I renew that my father that it was no traitor that was out of the question but it was all so confusing it's so sad it would take 100 years to find out how and more importantly why his father have been killed by his own comrades the accusation of being a spy was later.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
assault healer Pier before kaneki magistrate's court on the 15th of June there was a fences with set of taking place in Carmarthenshire and Hereford a 71 year old man from command has been charged with offence of rape set of taking place in the North Wales area he loved you before kaneki magistrates court as well on the 20th of July and two women will appear before the same cold kaneki magistrates court on the 31st of August a 60 year old woman from Carmarthen she's been charged with two offences of indecent assault a set of taking place in the Caernarfon area a 54 year old woman from Essex is also charged with an indecent assault in the Caernarfon area as well please it's been a very compact complex and length the ongoing investigation of the David Powys police the force of said they continue to work closely with partner agencies and other forces as part of this investigation and safety welfare and protection of vulnerable people is described.
BBC Radio London
4 days
and trump has said the culprit who leaked the name of the Manchester bomb and pictures from the crime scene should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law the information emerged against the wishes of police here Mr Johnson lakes of sensitive information poster grave threat to US national Security the parents of a 9 month old boy from West London with a rare genetic illness has lost their legal fight to take him to the United States for experimental treatment the court of Appeal has upheld the previous ruling that Great Ormond Street could take Charlie Gard off life support and that he be moved to palliative care Accident Investigation found no explanation as to why a passenger stuck his head out of the window on the Gatwick Express last August Simon Brown who was 24 and from Sussex died after his head hit a signal gantry in Balham the windows in a glass compartment.
BBC Radio London
4 days
shrinking size of the army yeah yeah that's pertinent again but not just generally in the election but particularly today of all days at coming in to the yard to the Western Studios here it comes to House of Parliament they were soldiers guarding of Westminster there we know that 3802 to be made available to guard key sites like Westminster Buckingham Palace there going to be helping the police the big events like a Rihanna concert know things that I haven't heard these suggestions that the army can't cope with that this extra workload but it is extra workload will increasing you become so sweet as long as this does August level we don't know how long it will be going on this level 4 we have to bear in mind that the size of the army unit is shrunk a lot over the years and it is an election issue and it's an issue for the Conservatives are they provided over a lot of these Cuts Stoke promise to build up the size of the arm.
BBC Radio London
4 days
no arrests have been made that police say they came to hear from any witnesses accident investigators have found no evidence to explain why a passenger put his head out of a train window didn't get his death when he hit a signal gantry Simon Brown he was 24 hour from Sussex was on a train from Gatwick Airport to London Victoria when the accident happened in Balham in August last year who is described by friends as a lifelong railway Fanatic and metropolitan police officer has been sacked after he was convicted of child sex offences Allison leave who is based in Westminster 72 years in prison after admitting for charges in March yesterday Scotland Yard rule that he breach Professional Standards know it all the latest sports London he is Andy Rowley good afternoon captain Wayne Rooney has been left out of England squad for the World Cup.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
Riu Tequila beer before kaneki magistrate's court as well on the 20th of July and two women with a period for the same chords in a key magistrates court on the 31st of August 16th to the woman from Carmarthen she's been charged with two offences of indecent assault a set of taking place in the Caernarfon area a 54 year old woman from Essex is also charged with an indecent assault in the Caernarfon area as well clearly this is been a very complex and lengthy ongoing investigation for dyfed Powys police the force of said they continue to work closely with partner agencies and other forces as part of this investigation and the safety welfare and protection of vulnerable people is described as the absolute priority for the organisations involved in this investigation that that's Alice Schofield reporting yeah yeah listen to BBC Radio Wales and got a little bit more information on that says hello that's going on in Newport university.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
an out of court settlement kalyani istomin from Bangalore has been on holiday in August 2012 when she was severely school did Whitbread PLC which one's the Premier Inn hotel chain has apologized for the family and said it was an isolated incident Glenn Miller is from Thompsons Solicitors be filled with the duty of care to message someone in particular you was taking a shower she should have been protected by a thermostatic mixing valve had a good of practice been followed BBC Radio Scotland U-20 with the weather forecast and it's been particularly warm today and set to continue as yesterday but tomorrow but at least you've had the warmest day of the year so far 28.5 the boys and at the moment images of wise up to 27 celsius across the Highlands 25 26 for the sofa and Glasgow and motilium it really is into the hot Cataclean out.
BBC Radio London
4 days
didn't investigators have published their final report into the death of a man who stuck his head out of the window of a train and South London last August 24-hour Simon Brown who worked in the rail industry died after his head hit the signal gantry that's the Gatwick Express service travel to Balham about 60 miles an hour report makes to recommendations 12 Network Rail and 12 train companies the former ITV weatherman Fred Talbot as soon as I'm guilty of indecently assaulting 17 age boys this helps took place during camping and boating trips to Scotland in the 1970s and 80s James Shaw reports from Glasgow but the time of the offences Talbot was a biology teacher at a grammar school in the Greater Manchester area the trial at Lanark Sheriff Court heard that the offence just happened during school trips to Scotland over.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
what's on the map for 74 Downton need to wash Briton Ferry you are so welcome 03 700 101 centre number if it safe and legal for the roadworks towards Gilwern on the 465 and the Britannia Bridge on the A55 slow eastbound to the latest from BBC Radio stories home affairs correspondent dinosaur is in Manchester but it's only have been a number of developments this morning it's all about the investigation 1st of August has been to New arrested a yes this is an investigation that is expanding rapidly and making progress in terms of the number of Arrested of be made the amount of Leeds that have been generated and information that's being uncovered overnight.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
helder Costa UK at 11 o'clock this morning to remember the victims of the suicide bombing the dozens injured and all those who are affected the UKIP leader Paul Nuttall will unveil his party's manifesto today marking you return to campaigning for the general election all the other parties are assuming they are national campaigns tomorrow at some local activities such as delivering leaflets will begin today it's expected to respond SNP Scottish liberal Democrat as Scottish green manifesto launches will take place early next week family of an Indian tourist who died after being burnt in an Edinburgh Hotel show has accepted an Undisclosed six figure sum of compensation to pay for their hospital bills in an out of court settlement 59 year old kalyani is the man from Bangalore have been on holiday in Scotland in August 2012.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
let the terrorists win his promising an uncompromising agenda that has said that you can put in his words identify the problem in our communities in a way that other part is unwilling to do with his parties slipping in the polls and following heavy losses in the recent local elections Mr Nuttall wants UK to have a distinctive and radical message it's expected to respond SNP Scottish liberal Democrat and a Scottish green manifesto launch it will take place early next week the family of a tourist who died after being scolded in an Edinburgh hotels she has received an apology and compensation from the owners of Premier Inn in an out of court settlement 59 year old kalyani is the man from India had been on holiday in Scotland in August 2012 when she was severely bun.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
return to campaigning for the general election all the other parties of resume India National campaigns tomorrow with some local activities such as delivering leaflets will begin today expected the postponed SNP Scottish liberal Democrat a Scottish green manifesto launch this will take place early next week in other news the family of a tourist who died after being banned in an Edinburgh Hotel Sara has accepted an Undisclosed six figure sum compensation that to pay for their hospital bills in an out of court settlement 59 year olds kalyani is the man from Bangalore in India have been on holiday in Scotland in August 2012 and she was severely scalded Whitbread PLC which one's the Premier Inn hotel chain has apologize for the family and just read this as an isolated incident.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
can Siri uh huh that's the way to Dalton the former UK ambassador to Libya and design 7:15 and the family of a tourist to died after being Burns and Edinburgh hotels shower has accepted an apology and compensation from quick bread pl seeds 59 year old carry an e with an ottoman from India I've been on holiday and Scotland in August 2012 when she was severely scalded my cannabis has this report.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
find SNP Scottish liberal Democrat and Scottish green manifesto launches will take place early next week the family of a tourist who died after being scolded in an Edinburgh Hotel shower has received an apology and compensation from the owners of Premier Inn in an out of court settlement 59 year old cat jaani Dushman from India have been on holiday in Scotland in August 2012 and she was severely burnt more I can a burger has its exclusive report hell yeah Neil Simone has been staying at the newcraighall Premier Inn by Edinburgh when she was scolded in the shower she suffered multiple organ failure and died in hospital weeks later and family sued for a six figure sum to pay the hospital charges still on your claim the hotel field in its duty of care by not having fitting a thermostat.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
isn't hasn't moved it's on financial contributions he wants all NATO members to be paying into percent of their GDP into the coffers a family of a tourist from India who died after being banned on Edinburgh Hotel shower has accepted an Undisclosed to six figure sum compensation to pay the hospital bills in an out of court settlement tell ya newcomen from Bangalore have been on holiday in Scotland in August 2012 and she was severely scolded Whitbread PLC which owns the Premier Inn hotel chain has apologised to the family and said it has been an isolated incident he is Glenn Miller of Thompsons Solicitors who filled in the duty of care to message to someone in particular he was taking a shower she should have been protected by a thermostatic mixing valve had a good of practice being followed and that's it.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
the 14th August and Q sound for the number plates for the a465 have us in the cones of Gilwern to Brynmawr A52 bypass struggling north and south towards a great read roundabout A55 West for the Britannia Bridge North of Junction mine from Krakow to was the Antelope roundabout was Menai Bridge £5 to the a487 is very slow this evening as is the a487 southbound between Caernarfon and bontnewydd and that's the latest from BBC radio waves travel it was about music and dancing 1967 San Francisco California dress and behaviour in instruments in conservative values spread from PIER 39 and son.