BBC Radio London
7 minutes
let's go down there to the market and I woke up and down that road is that there are so many little independent shops some people are just come there from all over the world early to visit so maybe if you looking for some healthy food that you like to go down there is the Kentucky in Camden Stiller Surrey College of London Evening paper what special relationship I asked say bum police refuse to share secrets with us after leeks which would have been talking about her at the show and Furious made to confront trump and that you know 10 most painful things about you know because when I say 22 people died it's horrible but when you start bearing down on the individual stories you know the 15 year old girl be 8 year old girls and mum and dad have gone to pick.
BBC Radio London
29 minutes
Wickes ready-made later. To the Europa League final victory last night really is also been left out of another England squad by Gareth Southgate for the World Cup qualifier against Scotland and the friendly against France Spurs fullback Kieran trippier as received his first call apps for West Ham left back Aaron Cresswell is also involved Arsenal captain Per Mertesacker could be forced to make his first up for more than a year in Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea omitted opening defensive crisis at the North London club the German international says it's been hard to have been watching from the sidelines for so long I was out for half a year not available so it was difficult at times but when I came back new year and start to train with the Gene obviously I want to give absolutely everything on a 20 page and try to support the team as much as you can not happy about the road just been sidelined that always Keeping Up with the boys trying to lift them no matter what happens and we went through difficult
BBC Radio London
30 minutes
what is closed because of emergency repairs to a water main that's between Wandsworth High Street and Merton Road Billy Reeves BBC Radio London travel more for me call for 2nd have News and Sport BBC Radio London FA Cup final Chelsea against Arsenal or troubled commentary on Saturday Sport 1 Series City lots to look forward to the FA Cup final this Saturday afternoon but we'll start with news that Wayne Rooney says he doesn't know whether he's played his last match for Manchester United but will make a decision on his future with him.
BBC Radio Scotland
41 minutes
if I just started a few minutes ago there a few people not arrived so I think we're just on hold for that and then they're all going to walk across to the Hydro for the bigger than enjoying the fans there so we need people come out his vip's come out of this building the Crowne Plaza tel and meet that what they're going to get in golf that's so many Celtic fans yet it really is a terrific out with her sister would you start time tonight and Soul II Soul these people going to the Hydro is it is it just a Souza concert from Road in the Bay City Rollers all the rest of the speeches as well you know that speeds around former Celtic managers I hear that question and answer session Martin O'Neill's going to be at the current Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is appearing here tonight he speaks so fond of the Lisbon lions and employees have had in his life is a big fat man of course I love you lots of players past and present tomboy model McLeod I just want baby.
BBC Radio Scotland
42 minutes
of 12000 Celtic fans are all garden already has a bit of sugar should expect with a Manchester tart boom securities very very strong you lots of police presence is there a good atmosphere and Celtic describing this tonight as a chance to go on a journey relay that journey to the heat of Lisbon that fantastic night 50 years ago the talking about taking that journey through music comedy in conversation the Bay City Rollers eddi reader they're here they're performing tonight and Elizabeth line 7 Lisbon Lions are still with that they are all here and you're having a fantastic time so it's a great atmosphere so what is the start time will be performing at hydro tonight and hopefully you make you just wanna go back and give me a few minutes yes you say the hotel is I just were the stars of staying in any go on to the Hydro for the concert that's right it doesn't live a red carpet event happening here but.
BBC Radio London
an hour
London broadcasting from the new Broadcasting centre it's fantastic here at the BBC that you should take a walk through and around when you can I mean when will paying for it will it be pretty you London news and Anna talking but mainly London news headlines have been dominated by what's happening in Manchester in suitable review that today I apologize and I read a few of them immediately after you've heard different ways that you can get in contact BBC Radio London 2000 text 81333 start your message with the word London BBC Radio London evening to the server talking about prevent it's a strategy that would be radicalised people in.
BBC Radio London
an hour
free to meet you somewhere along the line they cross the line from what's right for the little child to watch right for them to do so they don't feel guilty later Sally thanks so much I take your point you don't ring radio stations but I'm glad you did have given us another point of view but love it to continue what's right in this is the right answer in this will renew your information read that story about little Charlie Gard in a little while but it was sunny knows what her thoughts 020 7224 2720 number and text it one triple screen start your message with the word in London that's when it was happening in the BBC Radio London travel now from the lyrics Simmons been busy heading out of town because of an accident near.
BBC Radio Scotland
an hour
how do you sum up there tonight I think it's exceptional it's very different to what we having some of the other around and it's the best I never seem to have racing and crowds like this from 13 really the crowds coming towards when the professionals are on but these people are you just fantastic the people of Aberdeen love you thank you that will be inspired and getting my bike when I get home it's got a basket but you've got to start somewhere having you as I've got you if you're going to be a balance because it wicker baskets made in Aberdeen of course it always rains in Durham but it never rains in Aberdeen right it's a 5:54 notes and their lives course no from cycling.
BBC Radio Scotland
an hour
best in the world at this type of racing Tour de France racing is what you call stage racing long distances you start in one city and finish in another city you going to get the very heart of the action on Union Street tonight at 7:30 come down burger place by the barriers and it's free being spied and bring your kids let you mention the kids I can see the families on today's his mums and dads has grandparents with the young ones even got balance bikes but for you that's when port is not a balance bike thank you with her a bit this is been the best supported support event structure that we've had in the suicide but if that I've done over 100 degrees in within the tour series and this is the best support event activity we.
BBC Radio Scotland
an hour
absolutely in fact there's been teams on the circuit for the last few hours drink I tell you the sun is shining the atmosphere is buzzing under a huge crowds welcome cyclist which is the most northerly state of the Truth series look like with its spread through the streets of Motherwell earlier this week the only other Scottish venue hosting this incredibly prestigious race the men's race is due to start at 7:30 we had a woman's right There lyrics Embrace the right to make Bennetts who's the former Olympian medallist and the man in charge of the series is with me mate it's more like Tour de France weather is no reason and the people of Aberdeen of absolutely embraced and taking this event To Their Hearts and you know we've had Ryan every event so far can we come to Aberdeen we expected snow are we got 24 degrees.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
towards the M4 Mid Wales now the a458 between standard and a massage that's closed down following an accident the A55 a slow West been to the Britannia Bridge the a487 stop start Southend Caernarfon to bontnewydd in 20 minutes Rugby BBC Radio Wales radio sport will be there with live commentary 6:15 on BBC Radio Wales team for your what we know about what's happening in Newport Mark mentioned in a try.
BBC Radio London
an hour
Ireland squad for the World Cup qualifier against Scotland and the friendly away to France me more Spurs fullback Kieran trippier as received his first call up my West Ham left back Aaron Cresswell is also involved Arsenal captain Per Mertesacker could be forced to make its first start for more than a year in Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea and the deepening defensive crisis at the North London club the German international safe despite all focus on manager Arsene wenger's future the player still have their eyes on the prize I cannot see any or in this environment I think we have been very focused on what is a state or what was under season that was pretty much making sure being fit been absolutely for mindset absolutely focused on what's next so I think we play as we did not care too much what happened to the manager next year I think that's her job and work done.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
Wales can still qualify starting with getting a result next month and then winning the other matches in the four games with me then we need to be there looking at maximum place if you want to do it back within the last day we went to beat Belgium on the went to Israel on one so put it running games together so why can't we do it again I think this group is one of the toughest groups we find ourselves a month so I think we're one of the best things will prove that they will not start the think if this happens anything negative on my future my future is Serbia on today, his name his squad for a training camp in Portugal ahead of the game that includes exit is 16 year old Ethan ampadu who's also eligible for England as well as Everton's Gethin Jones and Marley Watkins Barnsley in all there are 7 uncapped players selected and fullback Chris Gunter is.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
magic isn't it so I can do The Conjuring tricks for you when I'm in the studio Lacey Charles I said there's only one Phil Steele tomorrow to Upper slaughter now cost UK something Phil still trying it out again to sign it and send programmes on Ice Q Thomas at in hay for the start of the festival there and it on good morning Wales tomorrow morning they will be having more information about the hay festival of you finding out what's lined up Thursday to start but also I have eyes and Katie Thomas will be here with you from 6:30 until 9 family is going to be live in Newport is going at the Riverfront theatre Italy speaking to students your professionals and residents about the issues most important to them ahead of the.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
put your hands properly on your place I'm going to pay do not have longer longer finds herself in the year the books up afterwards it was rammed anyway but he's a signed a well at least 100 books and he was a guy you then he wasn't feeling up to it too good when you left the house morning but then yes only enjoyed themselves by the end of this is just the start today so we got 10 days of the hay festival in is in its 30th year at looking back with a p plate Bill Clinton and coming in the past and Maya Angelou Arthur Miller and it always gets the big names this year the ones look out for Bernie Sanders hotel is Hillary Clinton the Democratic nomination that he's here during the week and also in the coming days actually Eddie Izzard is performing tonight and other weekend happy by Graham Norton Simon Schama and Jeremy Pax.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
team and their determination to get here will be the last in memory of our house and IT support you heard from you spell fantastic friend to your family had a business with Amazon, Star donation hour quite remarkable seem to have a secret Sophie into the podium with Billy McNeill 50 years ago today left in the European Cup latte flavour of the celebrations in Lisbon back here in Scotland celebrations to taking place at the star-studded events in Glasgow and Kenny MacIntyre join just live in the red Carpets on the banks of the Clyde Kitty what can we expect today well so much happening here tonight so glorious I hate the Crowne Plaza tel just across the Clyde from the BBC to be happy guess what I see you around 6:15 were expecting so Rod Stewart Sir Alex Ferguson and line of duty start Martin compston Among Us.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
I'm a work closely with young people in to make them understand the consequences and we've got a very very high success success rate of these individuals get the great understand the concert reoffending then going forward and this leads into the wider always picture that would you be down school project which is the which is there an all emoji HD project Crossway which works with Welsh government local police forces around educating Communities or around grass fires in the consequences of them you still have a massive battle on your hands for a lot of these fires are started not many of the people start with a chord changes changes for the future releases are we going to.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
deadline to BBC Radio Scotland at 5:15 police have indicated that the investigation into the suicide bomb attack in Manchester is making progress despite the arrest they've made airtight describing the arrest is made a significant Donald Trump has said weeks of intelligence about the bombing thought to have come from the American authorities are deeply troubling Theresa May said she intended to raise the issue with the president at the former TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been convicted at Lanark Sheriff Court of a string of historical sex offences against boys Sunday licensing waterproofs check digi balance check that case let's start this be staff weekend yourself in the world eaters in acres of wilderness.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
they would limit the cost of government reducing the cost of holidays over sea very popular with the public at those only the minimum age where you would pay no income tax and do the parties plans the role of police and crime commissioners would be scrapped they would back the Swansea Bay tidal Lagoon project would just currently under consideration and as we heards at the start of the party is a pleasure to bring that to my progression down to zero a one in one out system there's also some pledges on devolved issues such as health and education but you know they're highly unlikely to be implemented given that you give the temporary members of the moment just sitting on the back benches Centre Saturday 4th April action. Next month as well yeah absolutely it's tough you're really for UKIP ever since the EU referendum cast your mind back to the assembly elections last May and they won 12.5% of the constituency vote 13th.
BBC Radio London
2 hours
levels of intelligence sharing the other countries but it's all a dream it's got to be ripped up because of brexit and we'll have to start again that's been you agreement drawn up in the hope and expectation as be said that the other countries remaining in the EU will see it just as much and they're interested not ours to keep these are corporation levels going but it's all up for grabs on the other things about brexit and defence and security implications for Ireland because you know the border between the Northern and Southern Ireland will surely have to be tired because what sweet leave the EU may be the potential there and we haven't even started every conversation that one because that is massive and we in England haven't even started having him I put in that conversation getting any real debrid I prefer second talk to you about money and and and and.
BBC Radio London
2 hours
streets in the night it was too hot is too hot do not phone me and tell me to do or embrace it take your clothes off get as many of those vitamins as you can see the weekend going to go away it is lovely at the hopefully you're enjoying it this is Drive Sound by the way won't BBC Radio London from 3 to 7 o'clock London stories London talking points dominated the new Zoe events in Manchester this story BBC radio London code 020 7668 1333 start your message with the word London BBC Radio London too hot to sleep.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
intelligence about the attack was leaked to the US Media in the store with me my voice of Chris Coleman says Serbia and not his future as Wales manager is his current Focus and Bradley judges writing contention of the PGA golf at Wentworth coming out before six o'clock will be finding out about how South Wales fire service have had some success in their battle against grass fires and we are also heading to the hay festival wear at the start is underway this is good evening Wales on BBC Radio Wales police investigating the Manchester suicide bomb attack in which 22 people were killed so they made significant arrests and have found what they call very important items 8 men are under arrest the chief constable of Greater Manchester Police see in her.
BBC Radio London
2 hours
national public in the American media Theresa May who's in Brussels for a NATO summit social raise the issue with president trump we have a special relationship with the USA it is our deepest defence and security partnerships of course that partnership is built on trust and part of that trust is knowing as intelligence can be shared confidently and I will be making clear to president trump today but intelligence that is shared between law enforcement agencies must remain secure mate only this of how the moment silence for the victims at the start of the summer is Donald Trump said the suicide bombing was barbaric and vicious and he called on the international community to ensure that those responsible and not allowed to succeed it was a barbaric and vicious attack upon our civilization.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
the parts of the Clyde for an awful long time does a stretch back to the days of Shipbuilding it does yeah during Industrial Revolution the Clyde was in a masters in very bad condition in terms of water quality and recently turned her back on Riverside the Clyde and use them as Dumping Ground and as soon as open source as we cleaned up the Clyde the summer start to come back and in the early 80s we started see the Sandman come back in significant numbers and that was because the improvement of water quality however they still remains an issue with areas where old industrial structures like weird have actually block the Clyde to fish passage and that's what we're concentrating on now so there's a lot more work to be done that so yeah there's nowhere to be got done you've had some great success of this year working with our Partners in securing access into fish passes on the Avon and that's open top 100 kilometres of.