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Here you will find some of the best bits from my radio show and beyond.

Join me every Saturday and Sunday morning on talkRADIO - 5am-7am - as we ease into the weekend and put the world to rights.

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

Donzaleigh Abernathy – a life in civil rights, protest and what comes next.

Donzaleigh Abernathy is one of the daughters of the civil rights movement. Her father, Rev. Ralph Abernathy, founded the movement alongside family friend Martin Luther King.

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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

talkRADIO: Vice President Clinton?

Could Hillary Clinton be the next Vice President?

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By Darryl Morris

Don’t be fooled, protests work.

Extinction Rebellion protests have been discredited as pointless and those taking part called out for being 'middle class hippies'. Wrong. On two counts. Don't be fooled.

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By Darryl Morris

Enough is enough, it’s time to start walking

England's players were brave to carry on playing in Bulgaria after their black team mates were subject to vile racist abuse, but FIFA and UEFA won't take drastic action until their games go unplayed.

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By Darryl Morris

Darryl and… Tuppence Middleton

Hollywood actress Tuppence Middleton stars in one of this year’s summer blockbusters, all about Thomas Eddison and his battle to light America.

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By Darryl Morris

BBC: Boris Johnson… and the force of personality

Love him or loathe him, the sheer force of Boris Johnson's personality has played a major role in his rise to the top. I asked leadership expert Sir Cary Cooper, how...?

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By Darryl Morris