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The best bits from The Independent Republic of Mike Graham on talkRADIO. Listen live every weekday from 10am til 1pm. Find more from talkRADIO at talkRADIO.CO.UK 740124

The best bits from The Independent Republic of Mike Graham on talkRADIO. Listen live every weekday from 10am til 1pm. Find more from talkRADIO at talkRADIO.CO.UK 740124

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The best bits from The Independent Republic of Mike Graham on talkRADIO. Listen live every weekday from 10am til 1pm. Find more from talkRADIO at talkRADIO.CO.UK 740124

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English


Episodes

Covid Roadmap, Tax Increases, CPAC Speech and Graham vs Hitchens Round Forty-Five

3/1/2021
Conservative MP Lee Anderson starts the week. Tej Parikh from the Institue of Directors discusses tax increases ahead of the budget. Peter Hitchens and Mike talk about the vaccine. Finally Sebastian Gorka tells Mike about Trump's speech. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:05:53

Begum Ruling, Coronavirus Figures, BBC's Funny Bone and The Perrior Awards

2/26/2021
Nick de Bois starts the show. Dr Laurence Gerlis gives a Coronavirus update on the latest vaccine numbers and infection rates. Dr Rakib Ehsan reacts to the Supreme Court ruling on Shamima Begum. Brendan O'Neill and Mike talk about the BBC, and finally the Perrior Awards with Assistant Producer Izzy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:06:36

Head to Head: Toby Young v Christopher Snowdon

2/26/2021
Toby Young and Christopher Snowdon join Mike Graham for the second edition of Head to Head. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:54:52

Australia, Festivals, and Supporting Local Businesses

2/25/2021
Brendan Chilton starts the show. Helen Dale and Mike chat about Australia taking on tech and social media giants. Hope Marshall speaks to Mike about the importance of supporting your local businesses. David Cain joins Mike to discuss festivals, as Leeds and Reading Festival have announced the show will go on! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:02:19

Fairer Justice, Travel, Holyrood, Hydration and Roosevelt

2/24/2021
Conservative MP Dehenna Davison starts the show, discussing the lockdown exit strategy and her campaign for fairer justice on single-punch killings. Simon Calder tells Mike about the latest on travel. Neil Oliver joins Mike for their weekly discussion. Emma Webb and Mike chat about the BBC educating employees on keeping hydrated. Dr Laura Smith takes the homeschooling segment on Franklin Roosevelt. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:12:36

Counting Down the Days, Masks in Schools, Alfresco Dining and Sounds from Mars

2/23/2021
Starting the show is William Clouston. Roger Leighton joins Mike to discuss schools reopening, and mask wearing for children. Cyrus Todiwala speaks to Mike about the hospitality sector with outside dining on the menu for a while. Greg Smye-Rumsby and Mike talk about the sights and sounds coming from Mars. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:55:12

PM's Plan, Salmond Inquiry, Universities, Zero and Graham vs Hitchens Round Forty-Four

2/22/2021
John Rentoul starts the week. Willie Rennie talks about the Salmond Inquiry. Mike and Peter Hitchens have their weekly chat. Dr Alan Mendoza from the Henry Jackson Society discusses money laundering fears at Universities. Jodi Garth from Twinkl takes the homeschooling segment on the number zero. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:12:47

Northern Ireland Lockdown, Potholes, Student Rip -Off, Language Learning and the Perrior Awards

2/19/2021
Baroness Kate Hoey starts the show. Mark Morrell aka Mr Pothole discusses how a £400m cut to cash to mend potholes sparks anger and fears of austerity. Medical student Joel speaks to Mike about the student led campaign ‘Stop the Student Rip Off Campaign.’ Susie Dent tells Mike that 3 million more Brits have become fluent in another language, and finally the Perrior Awards with producer Marta. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:02:40

Lifting Lockdown, Frexit, and Plummeting Infections

2/18/2021
Nigel Farage starts the show. Charles- Henri Gallois, President of Generation Frexit discusses the French polls and Frexit. Dr Laurence Buckman talks about the plummeting infection rates in England. Finally, LaDona and Mike speak about the latest with the Oprah interview with Harry and Meghan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:52:52

Plank of the Week (16th Feb) - Dawn Neesom and Kevin O'Sullivan

2/18/2021
Dawn Neesom and Kevin O'Sullivan join Mike Graham for this week's edition of Plank of the Week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:41:22

Roadmap out of Lockdown, 'Critical Threat' and Children's Mental Health

2/17/2021
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown starts the show. Neil Oliver and Mike have their weekly discussion. Sam Armstrong, from the Henry Jackson Society talk about China. Finally Paediatric Doctor Nik Johnson and Mike speak about the impact of lockdown on children's mental health. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:07:28

'Stay at Home' Message, Vaccinations, Small Talk, and Open Doors

2/16/2021
Starting the show is Richard Tice. Professor Karol Sikora and Mike talk Coronavirus latest, and where the UK is at with vaccinations. Bobby Friedman and Mike chat about the importance of small talk. Finally, Emma McClarkin from the British Beer and Pub Association speaks about how rapid tests could open doors for pubs, clubs and theatres, and the need to open them. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:05:19

15 Million Jabs, Publicity Shy Woman, Teaching Unions, Impeachment Acquittal and Graham vs Hitchens Round Forty- Three

2/15/2021
Starting the week is William Clouston. Dawn Neesom and Mike talk about an American woman getting pregnant with their second child. Peter Hitchens and Mike have their weekly discussion. Roger Leighton tells Mike about teaching unions, and getting children back to school. Sebastian Gorka and Mike speak about Trump's acquittal. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:24:16

Apart till Autumn, NHS Reform, Far-Left Influence, Gravity and the Perrior Awards

2/12/2021
John Rentoul starts the show. Dr Kristian Niemietz from the Institute of Economic Affairs discusses the NHS, as Matt Hancock has said there is ‘no better time than now’ for changes. Dr Rakib Ehsan and Mike talk about Black Lives Matter and Extinction Rebellion to be probed. Tom Whipple takes the homeschooling segment on gravity, and finally the Perrior Awards With producer Marta. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:03:15

Head to Head: Peter Hitchens v Dan Hodges

2/12/2021
Peter Hitchens and Dan Hodges join Mike Graham for the first edition of Head to Head. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:54:42

Holidays cancelled, Helen Dale and the entertainment industry

2/11/2021
We kick off the show speaking to Conservative MP, Alberto Costa, about ministers urging Brits not to book holidays. Then we catch up with Helen Dale, asking 'is it time to take control of the elite?' And we round off the show with Fenton Parsons who talks us through the impact lockdown has had on the entertainment industry. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:51:33

Plank of the Week - 9th Feb 2021

2/11/2021
Dawn Neesom and Kevin O'Sullivan join Mike Graham for this week's edition of Plank of the Week See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:44:54

Travel restrictions, cladding removal and Neil Oliver

2/10/2021
Simon Calder kicks off the show to discuss the news that tourists may face 10 years in jail for Covid travel lies. Then we discuss the possibility of further funding towards removing unsafe cladding on buildings with Stephen McPartland, Conservative MP for Stevenage. And finally Neil Oliver joins us for our weekly catch up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:00:49:54

British Public, Academics, Post- Brexit and Over-70s

2/9/2021
Trevor Kavanagh starts the show. Robert Clark talks about the hundreds of academics investigated over weapons links to China. Matt Kelly discusses the post-Brexit grace period. Finally, Dr Laurence Gerlis and Mike speak about the South African variant, and how the over-70s can book a test without having to wait to be contacted. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:03:18

Wales Statistics, Salmond Inquiry, Green Products, South African Variant and Graham vs Hitchens Round Forty-Two

2/8/2021
Jamie Jenkins starts the week. Stewart Weir joins Mike to talk about the Salmond Inquiry. Peter Hitchens and Mike have their weekly chat. Dale Vince and Mike discuss VAT on green products. Professor Hugh Pennington and Mike speak about the vaccines. Finally, Emma Louise Rose takes the homeschooling segment on algebra. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Duration:01:26:59