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talkRADIO: How to survive a snake bite

How do you survive a snake bite? What happens to the body when you're bitten? Dr David Williams should know… he's been through it no less than 6 times..

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: Reality TV on trial

Reality TV is on trial after several high profile suicides and the axing of the Jeremy Kyle Show. Reality TV critic and former Big Brother contestant Luke Marsden calls for a second look…

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: Food of the Future

A new report has outlined some of the strange food choices we may have to make in the future - including swapping cod for eels, insect bread and pill supplements. Amanda Ursell from Healthy Food magazine explained more…

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By Darryl Morris

Darryl and… Bill Bailey

Bill Bailey joined me on the BBC recently to talk about his new tour, gigging, mental health and Freddie Star...

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: James McVey

The Vamps' guitarist and I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here finalist James McVey joined me on talkRADIO to talk about our complex relationship with social media.

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By Darryl Morris

Column: The Phone

It is Thursday and the world is crumbling around me Up to now, the day had passed with relative ease. I had taken the tram to a meeting. I had read about the impending destruction of the human race in a free newspaper I found on the seat beside me.

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: Extinction Rebellion

The Extinction Rebellion protesters spend days creating headlines and blocking roads in central London to protest against the UK's slow action on Climate Change.

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: A Day with James Frith MP

As the rough and tumble of Brexit continues, I spent the afternoon with James Frith MP - a remain supporting MP in a Brexit voting constituency - to take the temperature on how the deadlock has affected day to day business in Bury North.

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By Darryl Morris

Darryl and… Vicky McClure

Line of Duty's Vicky McClure joined me on my BBC show recently to talk about her new programme, Our Dementia Choir.

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By Darryl Morris

Column: I’ve seen the worst of humanity… and it takes the 11.25 to London.

I am on a train and the whole carriage is angry with Gavin. Gavin is the man on the seat opposite. We all know he’s called Gavin because he announced it down the phone, earlier in the journey. “Hello everybody,” he bellowed, “it’s Gavin here. Coming in to land on

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By Darryl Morris