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16 minutes | Mar 29, 2018
With One Year To Go Until Brexit, We Hear From Theresa May
With one year to go until Brexit, we hear from the Prime Minster, Theresa May. Plus, we hear why one Dairy is particularly concerned. And the latest on the case of the Salisbury spy.
15 minutes | Mar 28, 2018
The Worboys Case & Is This A Momentous Moment On Plastics?
We get the latest from the Worboys case and hear from one of his victims. Plus, a closer look at Theresa May's NHS pledge. And is today a momentous moment in the war on plastic waste?
21 minutes | Mar 27, 2018
The Kerslake Report & What Happens Next In The Search For Madeleine McCann?
Following the release of the Kerslake report, Richard Suchet speaks to a parent of one of the victims. Plus, we ask what we can expect from the ongoing Russia scandal. And we look at what happens next in the search for Madeleine McCann.
24 minutes | Mar 26, 2018
Does The Labour Party Have A Problem With Anti-Semitism?
Richard Suchet speaks to Richard Ferrer from the Jewish News to discuss the open letter sent to Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour party about it’s apparent problem with anti-semitism. We’ll be giving you all the details on Stormy Daniels’ TV interview; plus, we reveal the results of an exclusive LBC poll on Brexit.
17 minutes | Mar 23, 2018
The Parsons Green Sentencing & Who Is Trump's New Adviser?
We hear the details behind the sentencing of the Parsons Green bomber. Plus, Richard Suchet gets the lowdown on the latest appointment to the Trump White House. And why obesity could overtake smoking as the main cause of cancer.
14 minutes | Mar 22, 2018
What Does the Future Hold For Facebook? & The Westminster Attack: 1 Year On
Richard Suchet looks at whether a senior police officer is right to say the public aren't outraged by knife crime, because most victims come from black communities. Plus, a look at the future of Facebook and we reflect on the Westminster terror attack.
25 minutes | Mar 21, 2018
Why Was Nigel Farage Throwing Dead Fish Into The Thames?
LBC’s Political Editor Theo Usherwood joins Richard Suchet to explain why Nigel Farage was out on the Thames this morning. Richard also speaks to a Former US Intelligence Officer about Donald Trump’s decision to congratulate Vladimir Putin’s election win. Plus, we talk to the Dad behind a moving video that’s just gone viral – and it’s all about celebrating Down Syndrome.
22 minutes | Mar 20, 2018
Do You Report Suspicious Activity to Police? & Why Is Sarkosy In Custody?
Rachel Venables joins Richard Suchet in the studio to discuss the £21m bill for putting Grenfell survivors in hotels. And we address the new Action Counters Terrorism campaign with an ex-officer. Plus why is a former French president in police custody?
16 minutes | Mar 19, 2018
What Can We Expect From The Brexit Transition? & Cambridge Analytica Explained
Theo Usherwood explains what we can expect from the Brexit transition period. Plus, Richard Suchet looks at FOBT's and whether they need to be better regulated. And we have everything you need to know about Cambridge Analytica.
28 minutes | Mar 15, 2018
Was Corbyn's Response to the PM Unpatriotic? & Grenfell Fire Doors
We debate whether Corbyn's response to the PM on Salisbury is unpatriotic or whether he's holding the government to account. Plus Grenfell Tower doors investigated by detectives half as fire retardant as expected. And a clever idea for homelessness.
18 minutes | Mar 14, 2018
What Was Stephen Hawking Like? & Sajid Javid's Integration Strategy
Richard Suchet speaks to a former student of the world renowned physicist Stephen Hawking who has died at the age of 76. Plus 770,000 people living in England speak very little English or none at all. But what does the government plan to do about it?
25 minutes | Mar 13, 2018
What Is Novichok and What Can It Do To the Body? & Salty Chinese
Richard Suchet is joined by Adam Sella, Professor of Chemistry at UCL to explain what the Novichok nerve agent is. Plus why did the parole board decide to release black cab rapist John Worboys? And how salty is your Chinese?
15 minutes | Mar 12, 2018
Should the UK Sanction Russian Officials? & Ken Dodd Tribute
Richard Suchet is joined by top human rights barrister, John Cooper QC to explain what a 'Magnitsky' sanction is. Plus should prospective students choose courses based on graduate earnings? And we pay tribute to Ken Dodd.
20 minutes | Mar 9, 2018
What Happens When Trump Meets Kim Jong Un? & Russian Coverage of Sergei Skripal
We look at what to expect when President Trump meets with Kim Jong Un. Plus, Richard Suchet examines how Russian media have been covering the Salisbury spy story. And we speak to the widower, campaigning for a law on dangerous cycling.
19 minutes | Mar 8, 2018
Russian spy update and the government’s domestic violence bill
As it’s revealed that a nerve agent was used to attack Sergei Skripal, Richard Suchet speaks to a former MI5 officer. Plus we take a look at the government’s new domestic violence bill and what the term ‘economic abuse’ means.
21 minutes | Mar 7, 2018
The Saudi Crown Prince's visit, Russian Spy update & Dark Justice - part 2.
As Theresa May meets with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Richard Suchet asks a Middle East expert what’s behind the visit – human rights, or trade and business? Plus, we get all the updates on the alleged poisoning of Russian spy Sergei Skripal. And we bring you the final part of our exclusive report on paedophile hunters, Dark Justice.
19 minutes | Mar 6, 2018
The Russian Spy in Salisbury & An Insight Into Dark Justice
CONTAINS SENSITIVE AUDIO: Richard Suchet has the latest on the former spy in a critical condition, and speaks to the Litvinjenko detective who may have been poisoned by the Russians. Plus, an exclusive insight into the Paedophile hunters, Dark Justice.
19 minutes | Mar 5, 2018
Should We Just Accept Doping? & Why is Populism on the Rise?
As Bradley Wiggins is accused of crossing an 'ethical line', Richard Suchet speaks to the Professor who thinks doping should be accepted. Plus, we get an overview of the PM's speech on housing. And we ask why Italy's the latest to embrace populism?
18 minutes | Mar 2, 2018
Why Are Black Met Police Paid Less? & Does Cryptocurrency Need Regulating?
Richard Suchet is joined by LBC's Tech Correspondent, Will Guyatt to talk cryptocurrency. Plus we speak to Chair of the Metropolitan Black Police Association to discuss the ethnicity pay gap. And how much are councils spending removing chewing gum?
20 minutes | Mar 1, 2018
Why Are So Many Young People Self-Harming? & New 10p Coins
Richard Suchet is joined by legendary weatherman John Kettley for snow updates. Almost 50% of young women have self-harmed - why is the problem getting worse? And we hear from the man behind the new 10p designs - one depicting a good old fashioned fry up.
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