Mike Graham-logo

Mike Graham

Wireless Group

A daily digest of news, views and insight from Mike Graham and Theresa May’s former comms director Katie Perrior.

A daily digest of news, views and insight from Mike Graham and Theresa May’s former comms director Katie Perrior.
More Information

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

A daily digest of news, views and insight from Mike Graham and Theresa May’s former comms director Katie Perrior.

Twitter:

@talkRADIO

Language:

English


Episodes

Labour Conference, Golf and Hair Transplants

9/25/2018
More
Daisy McAndrew joins Mike to talk all things politics as the Labour conference continues. MP Graham Stringer joins them on the phone with the latest updates. They also ask whether golf clubs should introduce women's toilets and créches to encourage more females into the sport. And has David Beckham had a hair transplant?

Duration:00:36:46

Politics, Bodyguard and a Women's Only Island

9/24/2018
More
Dawn Neesom and Mike Graham talk to Katie Perrior from the Labour Conference. Mike wasn't impressed with the Bodyguard finale. They discuss whether the German president should be invited to the cenotaph for the 100th anniversary of the end to WW1. And how would Dawn cope on a women's only island?...

Duration:00:44:23

B-words, Tantrums and the Perriors

9/21/2018
More
There's no avoiding the "B word" as Mike calls for Brexit by 10:30am. Katie wasn't impressed with someone at the Mercury's last night. And who's won big in the Perrior Awards this week? .

Duration:00:30:34

Big Business, Slow Trains and Rock 'n' Roll

9/20/2018
More
Will Daisy have to give up her lattes to help fight big business? How do you solve a problem like the train lines? And this might actually be the death of rock and roll.

Duration:00:34:07

Feminism, Immigration and Social Class

9/19/2018
More
EU migrants are worth more to public finances than UK-born, happiness is declining in young women and Dawn Neesom discusses the clash of the classes. All of that and more in today's podcast!

Duration:00:42:21

Gangs, Body Freezing and Alcohol

9/18/2018
More
On today's show, Mike Graham and Dawn Neesom spoke about gangs using children as drug mules. They also interviewed Tim Gibson of Cryonics UK to find out what the body freezing group does and whether they deserve to be a charity. Plus journalist Stewart Weir discussed how middle aged Brits are worried that their alcohol habits could harm their reputation.

Duration:00:41:19

Brexit, Fashion and Bridezillas

9/17/2018
More
Katie Perrior joins Mike once more for the show as today marks just six months until the UK is planned to leave the EU. Jon Craig from Sky News talks through whether the Chequers deal will hold for Theresa May. Also it's London Fashion Week and as a Fashionista himself, Mike gives the latest tips. And finally, with a couple stories of 'Bridezillas' in the papers, we speak to a Wedding Planner to find out how bad they can be,

Duration:00:44:46

Speed Limits, Prisons and Jagerbombs

9/14/2018
More
On today's show, Mike Graham and Dawn Neesom took a call from listener Ian in London who wanted to give his opinion on the way the NHS is run. Alex Dibble reported on today's prison strikes live from outside Brixton Prison, where it turned out to be fairly quiet. Greg Hurst, Social Affairs Editor of the Times talked us through today's story that young people today aren't as sociable as they used to be, and of course, we have this week's Perrior Awards.

Duration:00:38:16

Anarchy, Babies and Capitalism

9/13/2018
More
We've had a very busy show today! Andy from Portsmouth called in to tell Mike and Daisy that we should all be careful not to turn into an anarchist state. Rowan Davies from Mumsnet talks about a report that criticises the website for filling soon-to-be-mothers with fear, and we were joined by Ryan in the New Forest who wants to do away with the class system and Samantha in Scunthorpe who had a childbirth story to tell.

Duration:00:25:50

Anjem Choudary, War Games and Bionic Willies

9/12/2018
More
On today's show, Mike Graham and Dawn Neesom talked to David Toube of Quilliam International about the release of radical hate preacher Anjem Choudary from prison next month. Rear Admiral Chris Parry talks about Russia's joint military 'war games' parade with China, and the Times Science Editor Tom Whipple tells us of an exciting new trouser development.

Duration:00:45:57

The Army, Secret Missions and Boarding Schools

9/11/2018
More
Mike Graham and Dawn Neesom voice their thoughts on the recent Army recruitment drive for young soldiers and take calls from a variety of opinionated listeners. Bernadette John from the Good Schools Guide talks with Mike and Graham about a private school who has had to issue an apology for posting a funny advert, followed by callers who are taking issue with the police.

Duration:00:32:28

Boris, Serena and 'Cell Phones'

9/10/2018
More
Mike is joined once more by Katie Perrior who gives her insight on the ongoing Boris saga and the Tory party. The also chat through "hit" TV show Bodyguard, which of course Mike hates! Lisa O'Sullivan is on to talk whether Serena Williams had sexist treatment from a tennis umpire and Sephton Henry from Gangsline talks about David Gauke's call for all prisoners to be given mobile phones for their cells!

Duration:00:35:50

Sex, Drugs and...Germs

9/7/2018
More
Boris Johnson's in a spot of bother. Mike thought women were always smarter, so why are they taking "smart drugs"? And Katie has this weeks Perrior Awards.

Duration:00:27:18

Ticket Touts, The Donald & Julian Clary

9/6/2018
More
Nigel Adams MP joins Mike to discuss the growing issue of online re-selling and the battles consumers are facing. Mike gets his teeth stuck into the anonymous source slandering Trump in the New York Times and Julian Clary tells us all about his new children's book.

Duration:00:31:27

Misogyny, Misandry and Loose Fitting Trousers

9/5/2018
More
Stella Creasy MP is trying to get an amendment through Parliament today that would make misogyny a hate crime, but is this going too far? Mike and Dawn Neesom talk to journalist Sian Norris. Ken in Newcastle rings in with his views and we also speak to Galia - The Extreme Dietitian.

Duration:00:36:09

Water, Chess and Being Single

9/4/2018
More
There's scandal and alleged corruption in the world of Chess just ahead of the all important elections to the World Chess Foundation. Mike and Daisy speak to a Grand Chess Master no less. Plus will water meters become compulsory and is it really more expensive to be single?

Duration:00:39:19

Ambulances, Vanity and Gender Stereotypes

9/3/2018
More
On the show today MG and Daisy McAndrew talk about lengthy ambulance wait times. Also life coach and journalist Felicity Morse disputes the research that woman (except from the North) are characteristically vain.

Duration:00:07:05

Councils, Sports Day and Funerals

8/31/2018
More
Today MG and Katie Perrior discuss council spending and competitiveness on School Sports Day. Also on the show, John Weir tells us about life as a funeral director.

Duration:00:39:09

Teachers, Energy Drinks and Olive Oil

8/30/2018
More
There's a shortage of teachers and Mike wants to know what job could be better. Should energy drinks be sold to children? And Daisy might be moving to Italy after talking to Luigi.

Duration:00:29:38

Scallops, borders and nightmares

8/29/2018
More
MG and Katie Perrior discuss scallop wars between French and British fishermen. Katie comments on how realistic The BBC's 'Bodyguard' is. Plus, psychologist and dream expert Ian Wallace busts the myth that eating cheese before bed gives you weird dreams.

Duration:00:41:14