A UK radio talkshow which (within reason) allows everyone to have their say, whether you’re left or right on the political scale there will be something for you. This is probably the closest thing we have to free speech in the mainstream media but it can still be infuriating to listen to at times, you can clearly tell they’ve got their hands tied on certain subjects. Hosts such as Julia Hartley Brewer and Mike Graham have been very outspoken on lockdowns but the company policy still appears to be very pro-vaccine so if you’re looking for a debate on anything vaccine based you might be better off looking at the Richie Allen Show.
The official talkRadio website. There’s not a huge amount going on at this website as they generally use social media platforms for everything, however it has some good links to various podcasts and a few other bits and pieces.
The official talkRadio twitter channel. Due to the heavy censorship, we generally don’t recommend using twitter but if you do and you’re looking for an alternative news outlet to follow then this could be a good one for you to follow.
This is the official talkRadio instagram channel.
Due to their heavy censorship, we generally don’t recommend using YouTube but you can catchup on all the old talkRadio episodes and even watch live throughout the day on this platform. Despite being a huge mainstream outlet which is part of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, even talkRadio briefly found themselves cancelled by YouTube. Since that day, you can clearly see the presenters have been reigned in and told to dodge certain subjects. If you don’t like using YouTube, you can integrate this feed into our very own feedit app without the need to register any account with Google/YT. If you’re on Android, why not improve the experience even more by installing PureTuber, when you open a YT video in feedit it will play it in PureTuber and you’ll have access lots of great features such as no ads, the ability to download the video and even listen while the screen is off (great if taking a walk/run).
Due to the heavy censorship, we generally don’t recommend using Facebook. That being said, if you do use the platform and you’d like to follow all the latest news then give talkRadio a follow.