BBC Radio Ulster
11 hours
which leads to the server going down it seems can effectively shut down the airline confirmation to go on at the present time and I think we've got 240 wait until you have the wash up processing with forensic analysis once this is all carbon back to know about it on the British Airways side because it got too and lies deeply what was the source of the problem why has it had to share a wide-ranging catastrophic effect abuse on your experience of is being described by some of the papers this morning it is the most serious 84 year in UK aviation history me can you remember which one I can't think of anything I'll have a look at last year with Delta.
BBC Radio Wales
12 hours
this mad know if you that is being perpetrated I show people here lost children who lost their family members want to stop these people going over there want to leave stop these people committing these various acts of violence and murder and mayhem thing you need to feel that they have some steak in the prevent strategy at the moment if you go to Dewsbury and took some people they have a huge shoot around prevent there been asking serious questions about how prevent is being implemented and they're not getting any answers I've seen you can't find it to you parade is on that one it is it is it it election issue.
BBC Radio Wales
12 hours
football team Rogerstone Primary School year 5 finishing their p session with Derek he says he's been lucky to find a profession like he still allowed him to continue with his passion for sport that says it's not always that easy for others and says when it comes to mental health across all sports still a long way to go it's a shame really that it's taking the Lights of the situation of Paul Gascoigne a learning and a few others that she picks make people realise that not is the football that it is serious serious issues that people need help the way and it says it's getting bigger and hopefully we can have a lot more people Derek Brazil ending that repeats DE12 competitors at the Y.
BBC Radio Ulster
12 hours
the 11th so what was the most pleasing as facts about the performance for the manager at Magee heart of the fact that we showed her target in terms of the scores want to get Leech off and there we managed am I suppose a fact that we had a way of the storm degree at the start of the second half and home in there until they got control of the game again and the fact that you're 21 points in today in the championship still gallery please 11 different scores for touring with the band's contributing 7 points in the closing 20 minutes but attacking threat plays Captain Sean Kavanagh QC the standard that we had coming off the bench for the day so whatever it was lovely it I think we strong. 3 fresh legs and baby mug road as Roma Kylie Minogue he got there were taking points near the serious fitness and again and spaces which may be game over t-shirt.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
consumers election earlier this month during the campaign the Russian president hosted France's far-right leader marine le pen while this you make on steam accuse Russian agents of launching cyber attacks against them for Manchester United and Cardiff City footballer Derek Brazil is raising concerns about mental health in professional sports recent figures from the Professional Footballers Association suggested more players than ever a seeking help Derek Brazil says awareness is increasing but more can be done to support professionals in all sports it's a shame really that's taking the Lights of the situation of our gas guy in a LAN and a few others that make people realise that not just a football that it's a serious serious issues that people need help the other guys have all the gets underway in Bridgend latest security has been tightened following the man.
BBC Radio 4
a day
I think the events of the last week all those things and question and the weaknesses that people in Brussels and other European capitals will be looking at what's happened in the last few days and I have noticed the prime minister's willingness to reverse under some pressure and I will think what is the someone who will be willing to reverse when he's in the go she ations start quite soon and I think that's the danger for Theresa Mays ASDA George parka women shining a light on some of those issues which aren't featuring much during the action it's like posing some serious questions remember house flooding wants dominated the headlines colour was severely hid both in 2005 and 2000.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 days
item however he carried on with a course um they did say that you definitely in the States we did hear we all went riding a minibus and shoulders the breaking point some things and he was sitting beside me very small and then I came back I was in the states for 6 weeks birthday with some agents we go round all the race tracks having a ball and when I came home now for that so got got them what was the day yesterday um there's no not Days of Thunder the aeroplane 1 Top Gear Top Gear Amazon cocktail eyes are nothing like the person who is sitting beside me cuz he's excited but he was there a train and 4 days of thunder for NASCAR Racing that's amazing I do love the experience of a serious beating faster cars.
21stCenturyWire
2 days
21st Century Wire says... There is an idiom that goes the devil is in the detail, and with questionable grey areas that emerge from these events such as Manchester, at first it seems simple for most people to believe. But upon finer detail, things begin to change considerably. Amidst the revelation that there are now up to 23,000 potential' terrorists in the United Kingdom, according to The Times , already we're seeing calls for state intelligence budgets to be boosted and the amount of their officers doubled, going back to pre-1945 levels. No doubt this will also further push the extension of powers within the Investigatory Powers Act that became law in December 2016. Are things really as they seem. Cui bono? Have figures released by sources within Whitehall been further inflated by the intelligence services in continuance to push forward a larger surveillance framework.
BBC Radio Wales
3 days
but they do include some very serious complaints Nick Bennett issue 25 health public interest reports about serious cases over the course of the year and three of them involved ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Denbighshire in the first case he said Betsi Cadwaladr she paid £20,000 to the wife of a hospital patient who didn't see a consultant for 12 hours and later died and other related to fundamental clinical shortcomings when a bowel cancer patient died after being admitted for surgery and the third was about a patient with potentially life-threatening cancer he waited for months for his first treatment after what was described as a disturbing lack of urgency that I have today's spoken to the family of one of those cases and I don't want to come on here because they're still too upset but they've told me they were horrified at the way that patients treated and believe they should be alive today.
BBC Radio London
3 days
when extended. 5 years on licence I'm always interested what the judges comments were at Times Like These what did the judge actually say what is particularly interesting this week of all week said he will judge Richard Marks QC that Will Smith's was not motivated by terrorism he was a dangerous offender who had constructed other devices before the one he planted on the Tube and sentencing he said I am influenced by your history of preoccupation with weapons and bombs as well as your condition which makes it difficult for you to understand and fully appreciate the very serious potential consequences of your actions and the judge of course reference the residents with this week's event he said the students actions came with the time of heightened fear of terrorism on all to timely reminder of which were the events in Manchester well thank you very much BBC Radio London just to remind you.
BBC Radio London
3 days
that listening to dunkin' last night then there at Simon liddiment program it seems that it's now ok to approach the subject and moreover it's a good proportion of listeners not only agree with Corbyn but I'm serious doubts about too much of the conduct of the Tories and new labour in the last 20 years at what we the electric now need is an abscess is absolute clarity and who will do what about this the most hat future defining of situations have a good day yet Rob I started at reading your email couple of days ago and I personally made the decision I thought it was too soon to do it at Barnard Jeremy Corbyn has put it on that I mean he can take the flag right because it there many people who feel as though it is too early to be having the types of conversations at said he's having a happy always happy Robert to read your emails.
BBC Radio 4
3 days
the Rock Germany and nothing to do with serious um it's a nice place to goldsmiths career and I'm afraid it's not say you say nonsense you saying it's not a recruiting to it's not used as a propaganda distribution heroin addict as a young man to conduct GSXR something weird to understand and work harder on can you don't think any of these interventions that plays into a narrow side yes it fits inside view of the world but what is a way of life and I'll values and I'll come to dinner dances.
BBC Radio Ulster
4 days
I covered by their house I'm alright so serious thank you and I Jeff another well good morning Karen as it's a Friday will not expecting too many delays with a lido volume of traffic on the main routes into Belfast be more than the outskirts of Newry repairs are being carried out to crime Bridge which is just off the hill time road traffic sign to one limb here to expect delays during peak times and tonight expect delays in Coleraine is there a beer. Taking place in the time from 8:30 until around 11 p.m. um find you a piece of me as a tourist information with zombies bomb attack in Manchester name while officers working on the investigation have decided to resume sharing information with us law enforcement agencies the arrangement was suspended because of a number of leaks to American media our reporter Emily India has the latest updates.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
for the presidential now that are closest that we have a special relationship with the UK is upset over weeks I think this is something that Donald Trump is happy to shame the press about and the Intelligence community about and Crystal only to stop Steve now that I think it'll be more careful about these weeks because of the serious nature of this past week forgot the UK so upset and rightly so but there so many people out to get Donald Trump and make him look better on trustworthy that until a lot of people are fired from their positions where they cannot get information and leek.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
cars as grilling with not know what that stupid being bitten as soon as I realise oh this is serious I'll tell you to translate that kind of a word that know where your fat around will you for your life so we did not know I'll wait to go and everything that I went there was no time for caring in the instrument or anything so we'll Soi instrument so it was a really kind of emotional but I'm sure the best way now is to take the positive way of embrace life is it is we are here to win and to lose you never win all the time but in fact that our negative vs positive yeah.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
for my hair I believe they're starting to look into some kind of taxi in awe of finding a future transfer fees which could be a step in the right direction to to calm the waters visit with all the big a chance of Thieves space around it you have to try and remember it is borderline on becoming a joke across the world and their countries like China want to be taken more serious and then they deserve to be taken more seriously so ways to control transfer fees a player wages would be a positive step to try and put in a more serious Brandon on the football in the country what do you think would mean that for Chinese football fans at China host the World Cup an event.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
five policemen the day after 9 others died in similar incidents the islamist group al-Shabaab said it carried out the attacks which I could close to the border with Somalia police recently warned of increased military activity in the area they said Al shabaab was crossing the border because it was under serious pressure in Somalia the Venezuelan opposition says none of it's members have been banned from going abroad one of the opposition leaders Henry Ramos said aviation officials had ordered local airlines not to allow them to buy tickets with more details he is kind of spirit the band appears to be intended to stop government opponents from travelling abroad to try to influence international opinion earlier this month and other opposition leader and he he Capulets and his passport retained when trying to travel to New York for a visit to the UN.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
as they're telling their stories Sam have serious trauma some have different diseases and Sam I'm mentally disturbed did no facial support for big women and the Llama realising be women needed help decided to train as a counsellor and set up a support group already have anything when did Les Mis come to me to drop off about 10 women somewhere number so we meet here in secrets to support one another because we know the lucky to be alive over the course of 6 years be left me.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
fighting with each other vs just looking at where these weeks came from in a reporters who reported them um they appear to maybe have come from a department of Defence see a kind of kind of corner and um they are not necessarily the kind of weeks that would be protected by any sort of whistleblower protection they're not reporting fraud or abuse there or something inside the department it will come back to the Whistleblower protection and second Heather but do you think the defence department people get has serious that was in the British press from a British perspective do you think American journalist get sure it's an amazing scoop to have these pictures of the new of times but does it djent and there is no such thing as d notices in America where the government can tell immediate not to do list.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
is launching investigation interviews leaks and take appropriate action once we identify the source of the Lakes if they are in the United States we are determined to identify his leaks in to stop them and a written statement from the white house on Thursday quote of the president as in Dorset that viewpoint it called the leaks deeply troubling and quote A Grave threat to our that's US national Security headers in DC as I said to how is this playing out in Washington how much of a serious investigation is underway do you think giving all the other investigations underweight has been really against the idea of leeks for some time but the ones that she's more concerned with our ones that have been coming from inside the White House and also maybe from inside the FBI there about the investigation into his campaign or maybe have some of his White House staff.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
and leaflets and hope Montenegro right never heard of it coming through but said was deadly serious and it was a two-way business between the Americans and the Brits he's had Theresa May position ride to Brussels we have a special relationship with the USA it is our deepest defence and security partnership but we have of course that partnership is built on trust and part of that trust is knowing as intelligent can be shared confidently and I will be making clear the president trump today but intelligence that is shared between law enforcement agencies must remain secure this of course relevant to the ongoing investigation into the Manchester suicide bombing New Look and is he acting us ambassador here in the UK muesli for reprehensible deeply distressing we only quickly condemn them behind his government.
BBC Radio 4
4 days
I will be what was the Poor Law executive editor of politics for have post-nasal has been to Jenny Russell a communist for the Times Kenya now and the insurgency led by the islamist al-Shabaab militants in Somalia has badly affected Kenya on its northern border there's been a sharp increase in cross-border attacks today five policemen were killed in a roadside bomb just a day after 9 others died in 2 separate incidents al-Shabaab said it carried out all three attacks police say I'll survive is increasingly active in Kenya because it's under serious pressure in Somalia where it's been loose.
BBC Radio 4
4 days
domestic policies when it looks on of a small scale to get me angles answers about school dinners for young children with Theresa May plans to take away there's no sense there's nothing that isn't about the digger shoes is going to look as if it's sufficiently serious for politicians to really engage in emotionally because you lost all the things that matter to voters wasn't the other thing we have to bear in mind as that Theresa me isn't all together secure on the Strand the factors that she was the person in charge of the security services for the past 4 years and in charge of cuts to the police and you can use use the person in charge of the mist mic.
BBC Radio 4
4 days
the house in order in times were there a serious that's all that's what they say Nicole there be blood in the crate being cyber terrorism be at the Middle Eastern flames we should see a completely unified in United NATO over but with this president must admit that is not easy I was I have to hope chef a former NATO Secretary General that speak now to Dr Richard half who was a senior advisor to former US Secretary of State.