Julia Hartley-Brewer | 19-Mar-21



00:34:55 ► Story: Sturgeon ‘misled parliament’ over role in Salmond investigation, committee finds
Guest: Michael Blackley, Political Editor of the Scottish Daily Mail
00:49:32 ►There is no evidence the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine causes blood clots, UK and EU regulators say
GUEST: Dr Andrew Preston, Microbiologist at the University of Bath
00:57:08 ►Story: Home Office plans to process Channel crossing asylum seekers abroad in chaos as Gibraltar hits back and says they don’t want them
Guest: Bella Sankey, Director of Detention Action
01:04:30 ► Story: Vaccine rollout latest
Guest: Hugh Osmond, Founder of Punch Taverns one of the UK’s largest chains of Pubs
01:11:28 ► Sport with Toby Gilles
01:22:40 ► Story: Jihadi bride Shamima Begum pleads for second chance as she reveals she contemplated suicide over death of children
Guest: David Haigh, Human rights Lawyer & Founder of Detained International
01:35:19 ► Story: Sturgeon ‘misled parliament’ over role in Salmond investigation, committee finds
GUEST: David Davis, Former Brexit Secretary and Conservative MP
01:49:58 ► Story: Pupils will see A-level and GCSE exam questions in advance to counter unfairness if questions are leaked to certain pupils, Ofqual has said
Guest: Julie McCulloch, Director of Policy at the Association of School and College Leaders
01:56:20 ► Story: More than 500 ‘do not resuscitate’ orders were made during the pandemic without discussion with the patient or their family, violating human rights, a report has found
Guest: Caroline Abrahams, Director of Age UK
02:02:02 ► Story: Vaccine rollout latest
Guest: Sir Iain Duncan Smith, Former Conservative Party Leader
02:07:08 ► Story: BBC to move flagship news shows Radio 4 Today and BBC2 Newsnight out of London. What difference will this make – if any?
Guest: Darren Grimes, Director at Reasoned UK, a conservative channel
02:17:31 ► Story: Government launches new £5bn ‘Project Gigabit’
Guest: Oliver Dowden, Culture Secretary
02:38:43 ► Story: Sturgeon ‘misled parliament’ over role in Salmond investigation, committee finds
Guest: John Boothman, Scotland Political Correspondent for The Sunday Times
02:48:38 ► Story: Vaccine rollout latest
Guest: Stephen Dorrell, Former Conservative Health Secretary
02:54:00 ► Story: Police to record hate crimes motivated by misogyny
Male violence against women – select committee inquiry launch
Women and Equalities Committee launches inquiry into the cultures underpinning male violence against women.
Guest: Baroness Claire Fox, former Brexit Party MEP, Director of The Academy of Ideas and Author of I Find That Offensive
03:04:07 ► Story: Pupils will see A-level and GCSE exam questions in advance to counter unfairness if questions are leaked to certain pupils, Ofqual has said.
Guest: Leon Hady, Founder of Guide Education and Former Headteacher
03:09:48 ► Lockdown stories
Guest: Sharon Wicks, 64, Leigh-On-Sea
We are told this is all to keep old people safe but my father doesn’t want to be safe he just wants to see and hug me.
03:21:56 ► Story: Most weddings on hold again for April/May reopening
Guest: Sarah Haywood, Wedding Planner and Spokesperson for the UK Weddings Taskforce
03:26:07 ► Handover with Mike Graham

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