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Ricky Gervais has been criticised for using the term ‘mong’ in his comedy routine. Disabilities groups say it’s deeply offensive, but Ricky insists he has only used the word to mean 'dopey' or 'ignorant'.
BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine spoke to journalist Nicola Clark, whose two daughters have...
Jeremy was joined by RMT chief, Bob Crow, former MP, George Galloway and blogger for the Daily Mail, Alex Singleton.
Are London Underground tube drivers deserving of the quoted £50,000 salary negotiated for them by the RMT union, or could trains actually be automated and driverless?
Paddy O'Connell speaks to 73-year-old grandmother Dorothy Manley, who has been given blood since she was 18, and has so far donated 120 pints. We hear from a caller in Liverpool who may well have received some of Dorothy's blood in a transfusion.
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A Chinese restaurant in Bawtry is suffering financial difficulties following entirely false rumours that it served dog meat to customers. Jeremy Vine hears from owner Estelle Johnston about the damaging effects of the story, which has spread across the nation about a number of different...
"If coughing up phlegm had been a money-spinner, I'd have been a millionaire" says Howard in Caerphilly. But Lynn in Dudley is disgusted by the idea of people spitting in public.
Two callers on BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine show argue whether spitting in public ought to be outlawed, as has been...
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