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Game On – It’s all GRIS(t) to the mill
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time1 day ago
This edition Adam’s joined by one of the makers of the upcoming platformer, ‘Gris’, Adrian Cuevas who’s a co-founder of Nomada Studio which is producing the game, Andrew Parsons from the publishers, Devolver and journalist, Nick Summers from Engadget to talk about it.
John Abraham & Anita Rani
Love Bollywood
access_time4 days ago
John Abraham joins the boys live on the show to discuss his role in Satyameva Jayate. Anita Rani talks about her new documentary 'Bollywood: The World’s Biggest Film Industry' as part of BBCs' 'The Big British Asian Summer' season
Game On – Iron Horses, virtually
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time8 days ago
Adam spends far too much of his time on trains, but still enjoys talking about them. ‘Train Simulator World’ producer, Matt Peddlesden is someone who knows his frogs from his bogeys as you’ll discover.
Raj and Pablo speak with the cast of new movie Mulk & Miss World 2017
Love Bollywood
access_time10 days ago
Raj and Pablo speak with the cast of new movie Mulk and Miss World 2017, Manushi Chhillar
Ranbir Kapoor talks about his lead role in Sanju
Love Bollywood
access_time10 days ago
Ranbir Kapoor talks about his lead role in Sanju
Veere Di Wedding and Kala Karikalaan Movie Reviews
Love Bollywood
access_time12 days ago
Veere Di Wedding and Kala Karikalaan Movie Reviews
Tech Phone-In
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time12 days ago
In this week’s tech phone-in, Fevzi reviews the Anker PowerPort 10 – a gadget not much bigger than a deck of playing cards that can charge up to 10 devices at once; and advises listeners on… • GPS problems • When you should decide to upgrade a phone, tablet or PC • Silent keyboards • Trickle charging • Deciding whether it’s time to switch from Apple iOS to Google Android • Recovering photos from old phones • A projector the size of a can of soft drink, with Android, battery & speaker built-in • Gadget Insurance, and why some might not need it • CD Burner software • Life Hack - How to amplify you smartphone simply & cheaply • Life Hack – How to become an expert at finding solutions to tech problems online • Backing up and recovering from PC disaster • Trickle charging The Tech phone-in is back on Friday 17th August 2018 from 2am In the meantime you can contact Fevzi with your tech questions on Twitter @GadgetDetective
Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster release with Jimmy Shergill
Love Bollywood
access_time18 days ago
Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster release with Jimmy Shergill
Game On
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time22 days ago
Games Workshop's dark future setting has been invaded - for the first time - by the forces of 4X. Here's Game On to shine a light
Director Nikkhil Advani & John Abraham
Love Bollywood
access_time25 days ago
The boys chat to Nikkhil Advani & John Abraham. Plus, more on Race 3 with Gurinder Seagal
Sur Sangeet & Salman Khan
Love Bollywood
access_time25 days ago
Sur Sangeet help us celebrate Harry and Meghan's Royal Wedding Day, and Salman Khan chats about the upcoming movie Race 3.
Tech Phone-In
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time26 days ago
In this week’s tech phone-in, Fevzi reviews the UPRIGHT GO - smart wearable posture trainer; and advises listeners on In this week’s tech phone-in, Fevzi reviews the UPRIGHT GO - smart wearable posture trainer; and advises listeners on… •Backlit keyboards •Fixing dead or stuck pixels on a screen •Freesat as an alternative to Freeview •How to speed up your computer •Recovering data when Windows becomes corrupted •Effective strategies for backing up your data safely •How to get the most from your rechargeable battery •Backing up and recovering photos on iPhone The Tech phone-in is back on Friday 3rd August 2018 from 2am In the meantime you can contact Fevzi with your tech questions on Twitter @GadgetDetective
Donald Trump Invites Vladimir Putin to Washington
Global News Podcast
access_time26 days ago
Invitation made despite continuing controversy over their summit in Helsinki; the painful experiences of women forcibly sterilised in Peru. And, the skeletons in Alexandria's mysterious black sarcophagus .
Israel Approves 'Jewish Nation State' Law
Global News Podcast
access_time27 days ago
The Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu hails a "defining moment" as Israeli Arab MPs condemn the legislation, Also: new British Brexit secretary set for Brussels talks and thirteen basketball players have been suspended for a mass brawl during a World Cup qualifier earlier this month.
Fresh Trump confusion over Russian meddling
Global News Podcast
access_time27 days ago
The White House insists Russia is a threat to the US, contradicting previous statements. It comes amid a flurry of criticism after President Trump appeared to side with Moscow instead of his own intelligence agencies, over Russian meddling in the 2016 elections. Also: a Turkish court has dashed hopes that an American pastor will be freed, and scientists have discovered a baby snake preserved in amber that lived ninety-nine million years ago.
Thai Cave Rescue Boys Relive Their 'Moment of Miracle'
Global News Podcast
access_time28 days ago
12 boys rescued from flooded cave in Thailand have spoken publicly about their ordeal. Also, EU imposes $5 Billion fine on Google, a report from Yemen's frontline as UN warns of civilians' suffering, mixed feelings in South Africa on Nelson Mandela's centenary, and are our earliest memories real or not ?
Trump Reverses Russia Meddling Remark
Global News Podcast
access_time28 days ago
The US president now says he accepts the view that Russia meddled in the 2016 election. Also: British government survives key Brexit trade vote and astronomers find twelve new moons around Jupiter.
EU and Japan Sign Huge Free Trade Agreement
Global News Podcast
access_time29 days ago
European Union and Japan sign free trade deal covering nearly a third of global GDP. Also, Spain considers changing law on sexual consent, Trump under attack at home after summit with Putin, debate over ethics of altering DNA of human embryos, and how a tourist narrowly escaped 'lava bomb' on Hawaii boat.
Too, very and enough
6 Minute Grammar
access_time29 days ago
Rob and Catherine help you learn about the words too, very and enough.
Subject questions
6 Minute Grammar
access_time29 days ago
Learn how to form questions when you want to ask about a subject or an object.
Game On - Fortnite S5 and Esports
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time29 days ago
Mike Stubbsy's new book - a guide to the world of esports - has just been published and Sam Loveridge joins us to talk about Fortnite. We're also looking at age ratings.
Trump sides with Russia against FBI
Global News Podcast
access_time29 days ago
President Trump defends Russia over claims of interference in 2016 presidential election. After discussions with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Mr Trump contradicted US intelligence agencies and said there had been no reason for Russia to meddle in the vote. The two men held closed-door talks in the Finnish capital Helsinki. Also: a Thailand-based British cave diver is considering legal action against the entrepreneur Elon Musk, and remnants of possibly the world's oldest bread has been discovered in Jordan.
Trump-Putin Summit: US Leader Hails 'Good Start' in Helsinki
Global News Podcast
access_time30 days ago
US President Donald Trump has face-to-face meeting in Finnish capital with Vladimir Putin. Also, Eritrea re-opens its embassy in Ethiopian capital for first time in 20 years, South African township where one-third of men claim to be rapists, anger in US over 'justice on the toss of a coin', and could newly-discovered Stanley Kubrick script be turned into a film ?
Celebrations across France after World Cup victory
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
The French team beat Croatia 4:2 in Moscow, also: Donald Trump arrives in Helsinki for meeting with Vladimir Putin and the right-wing protesters trying to protect Franco's tomb.
Israeli Palestinian Clashes 'Continue in Gaza'
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Despite reports of an earlier truce, both sides are believed to be still exchanging fire. Also: In Nicaragua, dozens of students who took refuge from security forces and pro government militia in a church have been allowed to leave after Roman Catholic clergy intervene, and President Trump's visit to the UK is continuing to cause controversy.
Trump: US-UK Trade Deal 'absolutely possible'
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
The president speaks warmly about Theresa May hours after his comments attacking her Brexit plans emerged. Also: A suicide bomber has killed at least 128 people at a campaign rally in south-western Pakistan and scientists are about to open the largest Egyptian sarcophagus ever discovered in Alexandria.
Trump Praises May as Protests Begin
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
President Trump has denied that he criticised the British prime minister in a newspaper interview. He's also said a US trade deal with the UK was possible once it left the EU - contradicting his earlier comments. Also, Pakistan's former prime minister flies home facing immediate imprisonment, and there are fears of disease breaking out as a result of Japan's devastating floods.
Donald Trump Meets Theresa May at Blenheim Palace
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
President Trump has said the UK will "probably not" get a trade deal with the US, if the prime minister's Brexit plan goes ahead. Also: Deraa, the birthplace of the Syria uprising, has been retaken by government forces, the landmark murder case of Emmett Till has been reopened in the US after 63 years and scientists find out where neutrinos are coming from.
Trump claims Victory on NATO Military Spending
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
President Donald Trump has said he's now very happy with his NATO allies for committing an extra thirty-three billion dollars to military spending. Also: the British government publishes an official policy document setting out its Brexit plans and killing rats could save coral reefs.
President Trump Urges Nato to Double Military Funding
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
The US leader says allies should each aim to spend 4% of annual output (GDP) on their armed forces. Also: a study has found that many survivors of the Ebola outbreak are suffering neurological and psychiatric problems and a squirrel art installation in Kazakhstan sparks a backlash over costs.
Trump and Merkel in New War of Words
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
As NATO gathers, the US leader suggests German imports of Russian gas are a security concern. Also: Neo-Nazi given life for German race murders and Facebook faces maximum fine for data misuse.
National Joy at Thai Cave Boys' Rescue
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
The daring rescue of 12 boys triggers celebrations across Thailand. Also: US cannot reunite dozens of child migrants with their parents, and in the World Cup - the growing appeal of the England manager's waistcoat.
Thai Boys and Coach Rescued from Caves
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Thai navy commandoes who were leading the mission said all thirteen were now safe. The plight of the group and the massive, dangerous operation to free them has gripped the world's attention. Also: the wife of the widow of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo has left China after eight years in unofficial detention, and the football World Cup reaches its semi-final stage, with the 1998 winners France facing what's been called Belgium's 'golden generation' in St Petersburg.
Used to
6 Minute Grammar
access_time1 month ago
Neil and Catherine help you learn about using the phrase 'used to' to talk about the past
Game On - Big is back
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time1 month ago
'Battletech' has stomped back into the frame and the game's creator, Jordan Weisman and the team at Harebrained Schemes are at the helm.
British Government in Crisis Following Resignations over Brexit Strategy
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
British PM Theresa May moves to shore up her position after a day of high profile resignations over Brexit. Also: eight of the boys trapped in a flooded cave complex in northern Thailand have now been brought to safety and Polar running app exposes locations of spies and military personnel.
Four More Boys Rescued from Thai Caves
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
The Thai youngsters were carried out on stretchers and taken to hospital. Rescue workers told the BBC the boys were cold but otherwise fine. Also: Britain's Brexit Secretary explains why he resigned, and a new hotel in Australia reserved for sea horses.
Murder Inquiry in Britain After Novichock Woman Dies
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Prime Minister Theresa May said she was "appalled and shocked" by the death of Dawn Sturgess. Also: Brexit secretary David Davis resigns and the tale of a spy, betrayal and an expensive Swiss watch.
North Korea attacks 'gangster-like' US
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Pyongyang criticizes US for demanding unilateral denuclearization, also: Mexican president-elect vows to deal with drug-related violence and: Islamist attack kills 12 in Mogadishu
UK PM wins Cabinet Backing for Brexit plan
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Deal proposes continuing free trade in goods, but ending current free movement of people. Mrs May must now win over hardline Brexiteers at home and remaining members of the EU. Also: 'possible chlorine' at Syria attack site and the herds of wild bison roaming Europe.
Pakistan ex-PM Given 10-year Jail Term
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
A Pakistani court sentences Nawaz Sharif on corruption charges related to four London properties. Also: diver dies in Thailand cave rescue attempt and how do wingless spiders fly?
Tech Phone-In
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time1 month ago
Fevzi Turkalp from GadgetDetective.com answers 5Live listeners’ technology questions From smartphones & tablets, to dealing with malware & protecting your privacy, our resident expert, Fevzi Turkalp has all the tech advice you need to choose the best tech for your needs & keep your existing gadgets running smoothly. In this week’s tech phone-in, Fevzi reviews the Eufy RoboVac 11c – The Alexa compatible Robot Vacuum Cleaner; and advises listeners on… • Anti-malware/clean-up tools sold on USB thumb drives – Are they worthwhile? • How to avoid falling victim to an online or telephone scam • App Permissions – How and why you smartphone may be spying on you • Free alternatives to Microsoft Office • Choosing the right Apple Mac for your needs • Virtualisation – Using Parallels to run Windows or older versions of Mac OSX in a virtual box on your computer • Moving mobile phone apps and data to a memory card • How to get started with a computer or smartphone • Potential pitfalls of using non-UK electronics devices in the UK • Improving the sound quality on your laptop The Tech phone-in is back on Friday 20th July 2018 from 2am In the meantime you can contact Fevzi with your tech questions on Twitter @GadgetDetective
US Environmental Protection Agency Head Resigns
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Scott Pruitt leaves his post after months of controversy, Russia accuses Britain of playing political games after second nerve agent poisoning in UK. Also, London prepares a welcome for President Trump - a giant balloon showing him as an angry orange baby.
Britain demands Russian explanation on new Novichok exposure
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Britain is demanding an explanation from Russia after confirming that the nerve agent that caused two people to become critically ill in southern England on Saturday is the same as that used to poison a former Russian spy earlier this year. It's thought the couple may been exposed to Novichok that was left over from an the March attack. Also scientists have warned that a rare banana species -- which could hold the key to protecting the world's edible banana crop from disease -- is in danger of extinction.
British Police Confirm Two More Exposed to Novichok
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
The couple in the West of England are critically ill in hospital. The BBC's security correspondent says one theory is that they were contaminated by some of the substance discarded following the attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal in the city of Salisbury in March, which the British government blamed on Russia. Also: clashes between Israeli police and Palestinians protesting against the planned eviction of Bedouin herders from their village in the occupied West Bank, and the latest attempts to save the Northern White Rhino from extinction using in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
Poland's Top Judge Gersdorf Defies Government and Turns Up for Work
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Head of Poland's Supreme Court arrives for work in defiance of controversial law. Also, Malaysia's ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak charged with corruption, leading Chinese businessman dies in fall in France, thousands of migrants stranded in Bosnia while trying to enter EU, and is Western culture now too fearful ?
Top Polish judge vows to defy 'purge'
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Confusion reigns in the highest levels of Poland's judiciary, as the head of the Supreme Court says she'll turn up for work on Wednesday, defying a controversial new law forcing her and dozens of senior judges to retire early. Also: alarming figures from the UN on the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, the Tunisian capital gets its first female mayor and should French bistros be included on the UNESCO list of humanity's heritage?
Thailand Cave Rescue: Medics Reach Trapped Boys
Global News Podcast
access_time1 month ago
Rescue-workers assess best way to bring boys to safety after nine days underground. Also, Malaysia's former Prime Minister arrested on suspicion of corruption, Pakistan's ruling party faces growing challenges as election looms, Australian Archbishop sentenced for concealing child sex-abuse, and how Moroccan rubbish-collectors transformed their lives.
Game On - Alexa Game
Let's Talk About Tech
access_time1 month ago
Adam is back at Somerset House in London to speak to Sensible Object about their new project - another collision between board game and technology called 'When in Rome'
May, might and could
6 Minute Grammar
access_time1 month ago
Sophie and Neil talk about how to use the words may, might and could.
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