BBC Radio London
10 minutes
in Syria that we've heard from the chief constable of Greater Manchester Police Ian Hopkins you describe the arrests as significant he was this is important items have been found in a series of raids I want to reassure people that the arrest that we have made our significant and initial search is a premises have revealed items that we believe are very important to the investigation research it will take several days to complete so as you would expect there will be some localised disruption in and around those premises however it is vitally important that we continue those searches and do it very very thoroughly as you might expect here on BBC Radio London as I will be getting formation would bring it to you Duncan is here from 10 p.m. tonight and I'll be back before.
BBC Radio London
18 minutes
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BBC Radio Scotland
41 minutes
describe guys are in the premiership a few years now 17 years I think it is important for young guy who plays beast in the Premiership in cash out there that Allen does what does live coverage from Tannadice on sportsound 810 medium wave from 6:30 elsewhere the England manager Gareth Southgate says Wayne Rooney's been left out to the squad to face Scotland you to be good form of other players England's record goalscorer has not been selected the head of the World Cup qualifier against the Scots on June 10th with the French Open just 3 days away it's been rather frustrating season so far for world number one Andy Murray's The Scotsman struggling for forearm after recovering from an elbow injury and his second round Italian open exit earlier this month was his first the feet in 10 matches the former world number 1 Boris Becker says Murray looks short of course.
BBC Radio London
an hour
will we get to the year that you know the sensitivities of dealing with the family members who have not heard that from there any of the UK sources intelligence community and I even a journalist writes Ed Sheeran I'm not sure you recognise that personal dimension when you file the story but it was quite clear from the reaction of someone like Andy Burnham the district what's on a political issue that this was very why people still grieving and to have the New York Times Natalie describe the attack but it gives like a graphic would attack occurred which sort of Wight property in it's right to your face that was just too much it cost of mine and other time we will talk about the information between Australia New Zealand Canada America and the UK.
Sky News
an hour
Finally, what, if you've seen and felt terrorism first-hand, what message would you give to the people who carry out these types of attacks? They just monsters. You can't describe these people
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
call Manchester children's hospital where she spoke to some of those wounded in the attack one woman describe the injuries streets Ahead after being hit by nuts and bolts really big shop for everybody really scary and mysterious are beginning to emerge from those who survived the husband of Lisa Bridgett from patheli has posted a picture of her badly damaged mobile phone on social media St Bridget's at the phone had diverted and slowed down the speed of a steel nuts is Bridget suffered multiple serious injuries but according to her husband is positive and felt lucky to be alive and what about the investigation that into the bomber and that the terrorist network the police reveal they were looking at yesterday our home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw reports.
BBC Radio London
an hour
patient relative to those are events are over in Manchester on Monday police hunting the terrorist network behind the suicide bomb attack episode of made significant risk of SIDS what they describe is very important items mean world of stop sharing information about the incident with the officials in the United States after details will lead to an American newspaper Theresa May says she will be talking and I think she probably has been her judging by the pictures that I ever seen this afternoon at to president trump would join now from Westminster Boyle political reporter at Le is any of it skillet what is the latest they have met do we know if they're spoken.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
BBC Radio Scotland Travel eagle ever reliable thank you for weeks back for me thank you for that sorry but this is you drive here on BBC Radio Scotland with Graham Stewart still become on the programme will be live in Manchester next with the latest on that fast-moving investigation into the woods behind the Manchester arena attack and of course the other controllers see those leads to the US Media which have been Condemned Orbison this side of the Land sex but also by president trump please describe the league as deeply troubling what year from Lanark Sheriff Court Square the former TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been convicted of a string of historic sex offences against boys and preparations are underway for a major Street cycling race in Aberdeen that tour series event will see tens of teams 10 teams are they compete over a type 1.
Sky News
2 hours
who carry out these types of attacks? They just monsters. You can't describe these people. The paramedic who tried to save the life of a need -year-old girl who died. Her name is savvy.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
Silence of the 11 o'clock this morning the flag is flying at half mast over the school the time is that bit quieter today many have describe how early was an active member of the community Marion Marion MacNeil is a community councillor on ballet she said he was a popular young teenager who will be sorely missed the way I feel is probably the way that absolutely everybody feels in Barra and vatersay we are absolutely devastated with the recent events venues is still very raw and I'm believable but the people hear their thoughts and hearts and the prayers and very very much with the family and friends of alien Laura the families are both very well knowing them in the Communities are the children of being very involved in activities locally.
BBC News 24
2 hours
bottom of the leaks which he called deeply troubling. Here, officers investigating the attack had describe the arrests made so far as significant. Eight people are still in custody. That's the investigation here as it stands. Today a lot of the.
BBC Radio London
2 hours
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
what you already know so to some extent that a cultural difference about policing but as I say intelligent sharing between the UK and the US it hasn't very very deep rooted has been going on for a very very long time and in wider measure this is a NATO meeting during the American elections president trump said he was quite hostile tomato seems to have calmed down a little bit on that basis of hostilities at the moment Donald Trump as you can look into your compendium of Presidential quotes and pick up anything you like and yes he did during the election campaign describe NATO is obsolete but a little bit after he was elected he described it is no longer obsolete and he now sees it apparently as the other effective tool for combating Global terrorism so he does seem to be somewhat reconcile to it but UK me with.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
race intelligence the New York Times Polish photographs showing Fragments of the bomb and a backpack used to conceal it the former labour home secretary Lord Blunkett said the implications of the Lakes were considerable and undermined trust the implications of it leaking between agencies and from agencies to the media is this is this is very serious matter indeed and I hope the Theresa May meeting Donald Trump at the G7 meeting will be able to not just get reassurances brick get an understanding of what measures have been taken to protect is all in future with the current Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said she's confident still leaks or no end and describe them as worrying she was responding so question about whether it was true that she has restricted access to the Americans in terms of intelligence because of those.
Collective Evolution
3 hours
The pending credit cycle in Canada will be one for the ages. Marc Cohodes, May 3rd, 2017 Lately, the word bubble has been used more often to describe the overheated housing markets in Canadian cities like Toronto and Vancouver. Even Bank of Montreal's Chief Economist didn't hold back when he wrote in a report, Let's drop the pretense. The Toronto housing market — and the many cities surrounding it — are in a housing bubble (1) . In March, house prices in Toronto rose a record 33.2% year-over-year and the city was ranked number 1 in the world with the fastest-growing house prices; Vancouver came in third on the list after Sydney, Australia (2) . It's getting to be such a problem that Ontario's premier has met with the mayors of Toronto and surrounding areas to discuss housing affordability, while the Prime Minister has admitted that the federal government is monitoring the housing market closely.
BBC Radio Wales
3 hours
I see nothing wrong with it at all it was it was it was a graphic image to describe the Year the deal done by plaid Cymru and Kirsty Williams on her off the little Dennis the proper Labour government that had lost the Ballot Box last made in Cardiff and that either I just a teenage identity in British racing your manifesto you said that what I don't see her what what connection that image hairdresser Neil Hamilton who is the UKIP leader in Wales 19.
BBC Radio London
3 hours
Elstead e. Mr bbc.co.uk will survey lebl on the Twitter and on the Facebook as well let's get to it show it total of 8 men have now been arrested in connection with the bombing in Manchester on Monday which killed 22 people injured 64 and I'm going to rest it is the bombers older brother that he's the father and younger brother has been detained in Libya the chief constable of Greater Manchester Ian Hopkins his describe the arrest of significant he also says important items have been found in a series of rates I want to reassure people but the arrest that we have made our significant and initial search of premises have revealed items but we believe are very important to the investigation research it will take several.
PinkNews
3 hours
BBC Radio London
3 hours
find a suicide bomb attack in Manchester so they've made significant arrest some have seized what they describe is very important items 8 people are in custody no woman arrested yesterday has been released without charge offices of temporarily stop sharing intelligence of the United States of the details of the investigation were published in the American media president trump has called the looks deeply troubling and said his administration would get to the bottom of it Greater Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said the Luke said added to the anguish of victims families that but intelligent to have been released and published in the New York Times it is absolutely understandable for distress and upset the discourse of those families who are already suffering as everyone can imagine in the past has been an update on those injured in Mondays bombing.
BBC News 24
4 hours
Police describe recent arrests as "significant" and say some of the items seized in raids are "very important". In the next hour, Donald Trump is on a charm offensive in Brussels
HubSpot Marketing Blog
5 hours
At most companies, it can feel like marketing and sales are far from being on the same team. According to the 2017 State of Inbound report, fewer than half of marketers would describe their respective companies' Sales and Marketing teams as "generally aligned." And that's a problem. Here at HubSpot, we're lucky to have a strong, healthy relationship between marketing and sales. Our marketing and sales executives started out on the same team in the company's earliest days, and that collaboration has trickled down throughout the organization as it continues to grow. But it wasn't just luck, of course. That alignment -- which we call "Smarketing" -- is largely the result of a conscious decision to work together, set goals, and create agreements between both teams. One of the most critical steps, it turns out, is creating a service level agreement (SLA).
ITV
6 hours
You know, it was what I can only describe as a ripple of excitement that went around this quite fast hospital complex when news spread that the Queen was here. This visit had not been announced in advance and crowds rushed to the exit door because they all wanted to see her leave and when you think about what the staff have.
Sky News
6 hours
in terms of the arrests that had been made. Very often after major incidents, we're used to people being arrested and questioned and then being released without charge very quickly. So it is quite interesting to you the Chief Constable describe the arrests in that way. Also to talk about some of the items that.
BBC Radio Wales
6 hours
Homerton Wales and to make sure that workers on the minimum wage don't have to pay income tax bill from a political reporter Kevin Davies ukip's group leader in the assembly Neil Hamilton describe this manifesto was a full spectrum post brexit vision with Wales at its heart it includes a commitment to scrap the police and crime commissioners and reduce net migration 20 however many the policies relate to devolved areas like education the party with insure all parents have the right to send their children to a local school with teachers through the medium of Welsh or English UKIP didn't win a single Welsh seat of the recent local elections on a bad tonight for the party across the UK UK has also launched its UK manifesto in London to leader Paul Nuttall highlights of the Manchester bombing and went on to criticise Theresa Mays record.