BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
he was clearly Amazon because it if you can't imagine being in the company of Friends are they allowing you are into a car and that's what the situation and that's really been an ongoing problem for what is always going to launder a he is never allowed other people into his life and we talking because there's an interesting interview with the know the big day was a farmer stands for colleague of his and then he described the thing is embarrassing Whitchurch bowls has a bed very good description of a but I mean he's clearly saddened by WhatsApp will it is it is a very yeah I suppose sadanand quite a resting image of them that that mug shot in the hole golf fans around the world will of course be wishing you all the best Mark Elliott a sports psychologist and golf Ryder Dermot gilleece thanks very much for joining us this morning.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
drink driving after being stopped behind the wheel at 3 o'clock in the morning so what's happening to the man who just a few years ago dominated the world of golf I'm just tipped to beat Jack Nicholson's all-time record of 18 major titles has he completely lost his way can you ever get it back will let's get the views Nile top sports psychologist Mark Elliott and also golf Ryder Dermot gilleece who has met Tiger Woods in the past and interview them are gentlemen good morning little star this recording series of Injuries the Middle Ages being bottle of port operation on his back and we can imagine how I am trying to be kind to you are my diamond I am I temper so we can all be a man.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
George Parker how did you think this other two distinct bits of the programme melded together. The audience were putting questions to the participants and Jeremy Paxman I put the questions from the audience were spot-on and I hope your audience reactions instead of these kinds of events it's always interesting to see the audience reactions were some of the heckling and always the laughter at Theresa May with some of her reply is the clock replies on public spending as it was very instructive I thought the Jeremy Paxman section of the programme it's all remind me a bit of wine did Jeremy Paxman style of interview was almost that's all from a bygone era this idea of some politicians been berated and shouted at this all status nearing approached I don't need that works at the Specials be honest yes I think somebody on Twitter with saying that he's an analogue interview in the digital age of it was very little bit harsh but m80 be home but obviously we had that.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
a success of brexit so how did they do to find out on join down by political editors Toby Helm from the Observer and George Parker of the Financial Times 1st will be home what did you make of the format was builders as may vs Corbyn but they weren't in the ring at the same time no I didn't want to be in the Ring and the Order slow because you had this little soft start without love Islam allowed them to M30 ramble on in their armpits and you know dark and we don't exactly what they wanted to say then you've got into the colour of a very very aggressive Bear Pit of them an interview with Jeremy Paxman title at all that was slightly odd although it was quite good drama in the end that I take the.
The Corbett Report
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Mondoweiss
17 hours
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BBC Radio Wales
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damn for any nonsense you want substance from Mrs mate and he probably won't let me to coming off the hook um regarding some of his past affiliations and statements is this going to be proved quite uncomfortable about 12 we'll know very well Jeremy Paxman interview Styles like I think it will be I mean if he doesn't like these leaders feel uncomfortable he won't have done his job and I'm sure he will because after all this is being released for the Tories fined for every stage managed campaign and Jeremy Paxman the job is to get them out of their comfort zone and addressing tough issues so we'll get questions I'm sure to Jeremy Corbyn about his past relationship time to all of his views on a Republican Terrace in Northern Ireland and simile with Theresa May you know what nurse was she thinking about with this social care reverse and why don't you just come clean when she did the you turn so I think he will be trying to push them.
BBC Radio Wales
a day
back to an earlier events in this campaign Lee and Andrew Neil's of the interview with Theresa May just off the social care climb down what reason may have been presenting itself as this says you have sex strong and stable leader and all the rest and Emma interview she came across as defensive and slightly slightly indecisive so I think I must make people probably reconsider slightly their opinion of her I think sometimes he's supposed to sort of China light on things and crystallized and people's minds what they might have suspected so thinking back to 2015 election there was one of these exchanges with the studio audience where Ed Miliband was asked for the last Labour government of spent too much money and he said no I don't think that it and there was a audible full of doing an intake of breath around the around your audience so sometimes there are any sort of defining moments in these events I'm sure it'll be a good one and the girls Jeremy Paxman is unlikely.
BBC Radio Ulster
a day
who are the people thought they knew and possibly don't think is up to the job may be pleasantly surprised on the upside that is one of the reasonably competent campaign manifesto is quite coherence in that even if you disagree with it and I think the sum of the Labour Party and vote split a young people that started so so so so they come out in favour of Labour did you see the 100 new interview with Theresa May what do you think about yeah I did and um she looks she looked offensive she looked so weak she looks like she's on the back hurts and you know it was it looks the campaign at that point was I thinking point of some chaos really because the manifest for the Tory manifesto didn't have very many memorable policies in the first place and the only policy that you seemed able to remember was the one that was falling apart in front of your eyes and the trees and it makes go on that.
BBC Radio 4
4 days
can't stand the record run attention the links of foreign policy including Boris Johnson in 2005 to former heads of MI5 and of course the foreign Affairs Select Committee in the same interview Jeremy Corbyn also said he wanted to see a smarter approach in tackling the Islamic state group Isis doesn't come from Nowhere Isis doesn't get its money from Nowhere Isis doesn't get its Arms from Nowhere Isis does have a whole lot of connections around the world for natural and others which I think need to be robustly chased and followed than that.
BBC Radio 4
4 days
please mark Rowley said most of the network believed to be linked to The Killing of 22 people have now been rolled up and after a short Interlude out of respect for those who were killed campaigning in the general election has resumed in Earnest the focus today has been on a significant foreign policy speech by Jeremy Corbyn the Labour leader has come into a fierce criticism from the Conservatives and other parties after linking terrorism to British military campaigns abroad it's a call when was pushed further on this issue by Andrew Neil tonight in an interview on BBC One News asked if the Manchester bombing was a consequence.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
battery charger Manchester terror attack this week people run after questioning why he's decided to sort of talk about UK foreign policy and intervention is in that broad and particular mean if you keep making in that link because he mentioned the specific example of Libya UK government support for the regime change of the end of Gaddafi's rule in Libya and of course that's the country from which someone a baby in Manchester attacker at is a second give me a generation immigrant farm and have recently visited so people they think it's it's too soon to really be talking about this sort of thing while we're still kind of investigations are ongoing and of course you know people of Huddersfield shop by the death of 22 people mini fumer children her interestingly um we've heard also the Jeremy Corbyn he's done an interview with Andrew Neil which is.
BBC Radio London
4 days
list finally culminated in in him building a bomb of his only built the device using a £2 clock from Tesco and an Al-Qaeda online article on bomb making you put the device into a rucksack and left it on the Jubilee Line train in October 2016 in the Old Bailey Court heard had that bomb which was packed with ball bearings exploded it would have gone off as commuters left the platform at North Greenwich station at one of the interesting things about the driver toolkit and thought somebody left it and put it in the UK to Euston extraordinary story what would explanation did the Metropolitan Police actually released a short clip of the interview conducted by detectives with Damon Smith after his arrest and innit he claimed what he done was simply Apprentice on the Tube I realise that's going to.
BBC Radio London
4 days
Corbyn Street was extremely courageous tonight told him for it will let get plenty of criticism from the Conservatives right but the war on terror has failed abysmally that you would have to be mad to be like Theresa May has many questions to answer first phone head tenure as home Secretary and now was prime minister she refuses to do so she refuses to participate in the Live debate with Jeremy Corbyn in my opinion it is arrogance beyond belief he is the Prime Minister who will not participate in the Democratic process preferring to repeat a mantra of strong and stable ad nauseam she's Beginning to Look anything but thoughts please will Halfords in East Ham good afternoon to you have no idea where do you get this not your first interview.
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BBC Radio Wales
4 days
Amanda the prime minister debate every weekend when the House of Commons has been sitting for the last two years I think what is potentially cricket for The Politician's it when they meet real voters not just professional interview essay but if you think back to 2015 by Ed Miliband and David Cameron had a difficult time when they were confronted with the at the views of ordinary voters said that they will be Unleashed on both the prime minister and the leader of the Labour Party on Monday but we've enjoyed a morning with ordinary voters Sharon is lovely day today what is Linwood in a real people and politician please thank you all that very much for joining us here in Newport this morning and it thank you to you as well Kayleigh for giving us the opportunity to enjoy a bit of sunshine and I decided I was going to get stuck in the studio but maybe next time.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
I dictated yeah I like exchange is just so then so I was out I got used to saying so I looked at the thing, and I thought this isn't a crazy thing to do dash I can putting dashes in which apparently you know there's people come along and say no it's not that say colon you put it but I would insist on dashes and things as I've done it all the bugs edit footnotes what you turn them into footnotes which is I think more of the scientific approach get a reference but I have always put that everyone in America interview for a great idea of footnotes and it was ok and everyone seems not icicle I keep getting big discursive that you'll open the show tonight you over the foot first day you've got to say they are you still stuff I have to I have to go off but I'm not I do love it I just think it's great I like the way that I can that I can do.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
Atwell I responded to the interview requests that I get I haven't fucked myself up on the BBC um that is that I'm just responding to your request has he will have they could need or is there anyone in party I will I'm the leader of the group in the assembly and um I seem to be the one that the radio programmes come to her but the other members of the group that also do a radio and TV and Robin hunter-clarke for example my cheapest offers on television and the last week and deliver all group members in the assembly a very active you're pretty disunited I want you know what does United at all actually I'm group is very cohesive we have lost two members for personal reasons I'm connected to UK policy and uh so.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
is actually deliver on any of our promises but we will be pressure on whoever is the government on the 9th of June at the doctors I was going to be a landslide for the tour is now but didn't get some sleep I still think that Theresa Mays most likely to be Prime Minister and the only real pressure with the Tories elected to respond to his precious from UK Justice in the last Parliament we forced them to provide us with the EU referendum was they didn't want to give because of Tory MPs were afraid of losing their seats because of Tory voters drifting to UKIP if I had to the next Parliament then then we are going to be able to have as much in front of the last and even listened to have seen and heard a lot of you in the last 24 hours Mr Hamilton you've been on the BBC three times haven't you already have another senior figures in the party you can be doing his interview.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
have been kidnapped in a secret locations I met Sarah who had also just returned from Somalia she tells her story for the first time and like face and she had voluntarily go on bear with her husband in this rare interview explain how the group captures Canyon women they know him to phone the School Dropout does my pregnant dog who had a jobless so they treat them that were going to work I'm working at lamb and where we're going to Dubai for I want to take you to Dubai they can pretend to take you to an office where I can ask about the buy and when you are ugly they check your ID card and everything you have then they tell you.
BBC Radio Wales
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fit women for the first time we be able to have managed to escape sex abuse in Somalia and he'll be a horrifying stories in an exclusive interview a wipeable for Makita Telford what it's all about that the sex Lives of Al shabaab on assignment after the news BBC News with Stuart McIntosh us Media a reporting that president trump son-in-law the senior White House advisor Jared kushner is under scrutiny by the FBI enquiry into alleged Russian interference in last year's election reports say investigators believe that because they may provide relevant information but is not necessarily suspected of a crime that I could there is understood to have met Russian officials last year his lawyer said Mr Krishna had already volunteered to share with Congress what he knew about those meetings that.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
star spotting here at the BBC am in this big organisation that the musicians actors politicians even business leaders coming in for interview is mostly everyone stays cool but imagine the scene at the Washington Post where Meryl Streep Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks turned up to do a little pre production research that working on a film about the Pentagon Papers a pre Watergate standoff between the price of the US government Emily hi Liz a staff writer at the Post you know that there may be going to happen in stone people working on homework and then of course the second Hollywood Entourage start walking around people start tweeting about it.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
NDC dairy queen Singapore this morning Heather to you first of all I don't nobody couldn't think of any good examples that you seen either currently and in the US Open previous postings where you seeing some extraordinary cut this exponential growth of the phone as a business tool well I am noticing hear that I'm using it all the time I'm using an app all the time to do all of my grocery shopping things just going to pop up on the app and it on sale and I just order them and I don't even know if they're actually cheap but it's sort of this little it is little bubble where I get everything done in 15 minutes and then the groceries delivered at some point later on in the day and it's done and finished in the silver in I never physically see any money so it's so you know I'm very sweet of generous with my ordering of things I think that is immensely clever thing I didn't receive interview.
BBC Radio Scotland
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is Scotland's with Graham Stuart a reminder that says sports zone to see you at 6:30 tonight on medium wave and also on digital radio and of course there we are celebrating and their commemorating the Lisbon Lions Triumph all those years ago and the big celebration taking place across the BBC Studios know the size of River Clyde tonight Snow report so Kenny MacIntyre is there was handing Kenny tonight's weather Stockton has just arrived so Rod Stewart just come out of a taxi right in front of a grad a quick word with them but you wouldn't an interview promise me the back about 10 minutes or so some on the whole chia Graham city of a get the gate money of course is a big Celtic final the Lisbon Lions are very very close to handle all you tonight Jim take speaking to media right now back the old metal lots of selfies with fans going to be a great night you say that that that expecting someone the reach.