Chloe Combi and James Gilmore take some time to focus on the importance of mental health
Mental health is undoubtedly one of the biggest and most important topics of the past decade.
Only now are people cross-generation starting to wake up to the fact that mental health needs to be cared for as much as physical health – with a rise in the amount of therapists and facilities being made available for young people in particular facing mental health issues.
Growing up is one of the most stressful periods of your life – with natural anxiety surrounding your friends, your appearance, who you fancy and more taking up much of your time, it is important to make sure that the young people of today and tomorrow have the right tools to grow up happily. With increased stress from social media and, let’s not forget, exams and education thrown in – our young people are reported to have never been more stressed and…
Benji Hyer responds to listener Alex about Donald Trump's first 100 days as President
Determining a Presidency’s success by inspecting its first 100 Days is a tradition of US politics. In many of his campaign rallies, Trump himself set a number of targets for the first 100 days – and now it is time to evaluate what kind of progress the US leader has made toward fulfilling campaign promises.
Trump promised to build the wall and ‘drain the swamp’ within his first 100 days, he was going to ‘repeal and replace’ Obamacare. In reality? His most notable and durable achievement is the appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and he fought with Canada over milk.
Trump has signed more executive orders than any of his 12 predecessors – pulling the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, permitting pipeline construction and Arctic oil exploration – he has no major legislation to his name and has failed to break the…
Listener Sammy agrees that Theresa May is a vote for strong and stable leadership, Benji Hyer isn't so sure...
Theresa May can barely open her mouth without saying the words “strong and stable leadership”.
The Conservative slogan has been used 25 times in the Commons in 10 days, 16 times during PMQs on 26th April, and 12 times in one speech by Theresa May.
The 2017 Conservative campaign seems to be May stands up to say “strong and stable leadership or a coalition of chaos”, and the sitting back down again. No new policy and no media scrutiny; indeed, she seems to prevent media questions by either holding a campaign event in the middle of the forest in Scotland, or just answering every question with the same response about “strong and stable leadership”.
Sammy sent in a message agreeing with Theresa May’s ‘strong and stable’ message – Benji Hyer wasn’t so sure…
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Myles interviews west-London independent rapper Incisive
Hip-hop, rap and urban music is at its most popular since the past decade. With the likes of Kendrick Lamar topping the charts, and grime music ruling the waves, it takes something special to stand-out.
Incisive writes his own rhymes and produces his own beats, and those rhymes and beats are in a lane of their own.
Hailing from west London, he has collaborated with the likes of Shakka and vocalist Yasmin Baker and has been making music since 1992 when he was in rap duo I.n.A (Incisive and Adrenaline).
Now, Myles McCaulskey interviews Incisive about his new EP, life as an independent rapper and more.
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Myles McCaulsey interviews west London rapper Incisive about his new EP, life as an independent rapper and more. (17 minutes)