I guest hosted an episode of the RadioToday Programme and wide reaching chat with Chris Mason – about radio, journalism, accents, Westminster, reporting on Brexit and that time he had to fill for three hours live on BBC One.
Nigel Bromage was 15 when he was handed a leaflet at school. Joining a group campaigning against the IRA, a cause he believed in, soon became membership – and then leadership – of a neo-Nazi organisation.
Nigel joined me on talkRADIO to tell his story, and explain how the group prayed on his vulnerability, gave him
May marked the fourth anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing – and while four years isn’t a significant anniversary, it was the anniversary of something very significant.
I joined Times Radio, live from the heart of Manchester, to reflect on those four years and the events being held to mark it.
Hello. How are you? How did you get here? Via the A6? I love that road.
How are you at small talk? That inconsequential chit chat in the street, the office, the supermarket or at the start of a party?
As we take stock of the fall-out from the pandemic, we know there is going to be