The Junior Doctor won't see you now

Just when you think it was all over about Gary Lineker, Professor Frank Furedi, Author and Sociologist kicks off todays show to discuss the decisions made around his comments and behaviour we also get Frank's views on how Lockdowns have turn the general public into germaphobes. Former Chief Superintendent of the Metropolitan Police and a former ambassador of the child protection charity Kidscape Dai Davies also joins Mike to give us his expertise on the Gary Glitter case, following the news last night that he will be recalled to prison.

With a new trio in town, Sir Simon Mayall KBE relates what he thinks of the AUKUS Deal following Rishi Sunak's trip to San Diego and announcing yesterday £5 billon extra funding for the UK's Military of Defence.

Plus, if you were expecting to see a (Junior) Doctor, predict a backlog of two weeks says Consultant Oncologist Professor Karol Sikora as we enter day two of the Junior Doctor's Strikes.

Of course this wouldn't be the Independent Republic of Mike Graham if we didn't discuss one of the UK's underlying issues that concern you, Craig MacKinlay, Conservative MP for South Thanet chats to Mike about the Migrant Bill after its passed last night and his thoughts on the ECHR and EU's handling of the matter

Finally, ahead of the Budget tomorrow, we speak to business owner Mark Kent, the Chief Executive of the of Scotch Whisky Association who shares his hopes and expectations that he would like to see from Jeremy Hunt.

All that and so much more, so tune in!

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