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talkRADIO: The Road to the White House – 5 Weeks to Go

It's been another week of rough and tumble in US politics - with the fraught debate over who should replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court - and America topping 200,000 Coronavirus deaths. We returned to the Road to the White House this weekend to consider that - and what

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: Students in Uni Lockdown

Students across the country are facing weeks of self isolation after returning to University campuses, only to be thrown in to the centre of large-scale Coronavirus outbreaks.

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: has University lad culture got out of hand?

Journalist Chris Hemmings - author of Be A Man - documented his experience of getting caught up lad culture at University. He joined me on talkRADIO this weekend to navigate a difficult and sensitive subject.

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: BGT Diversity Row – art is nothing without politics

Diversity's act was a statement on politics, social issues and their own life experience. Strip those things from entertainment TV - music and dance - and you aren't left with much. Like these things... watch below.

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: James McVey – Distanced Gigs Can Work

The music industry has been hit hard by the Coronavirus crisis, with bands, artists and crew alike missing the fruits of live gigs. The Vamps guitarist James McVey joined me on talkRADIO this weekend to answer that key question - can socially distanced gigs really work?

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By Darryl Morris

talkRADIO: Are Extinction Rebellion Softening?

Extinction Rebellion have spent the Bank Holiday weekend engaged in what they called 'renewed uprisings' - but the protests have been tame and the coverage limited. Are XR softening?

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By Darryl Morris

Good Morning Britain – Are We Too Sensitive About Words and Phrases?

I joined Kate Garraway, Alex Beresford and University Challenge legend Bobby Seagul to talk about language. Have we become too sensitive about words and phrases? I don't think so - it's right to stop and take a look at our language and make changes if we need.

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By Darryl Morris

GMB: Do we need hardship to be happy?

I was on ITV's Good Morning Britain recently, to debate if we need hardship to be happier.

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By Darryl Morris

I feel a sense of shame over Caroline Flack’s death

TV presenter Caroline Flack has taken her own life, aged 39. As tributes are paid, I can't help feeling a personal sense of shame.

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By Darryl Morris

It’s time to start talking, Andrew

The FBI say Prince Andrew has remained uncooperative while questions remain about the nature of his relationship with Jeffery Epstein. It's time to start talking, Andrew.

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By Darryl Morris