Nick Ferrari - The Whole Show

Nick Ferrari - The Whole Show


Nick Ferrari at Breakfast is on Monday to Friday from 0700 - 1000.


The morning of Boris' grilling

Johnson has accepted misleading MPs over partygate, but denies doing so 'recklessly'. He also plans to vote against Sunak's Windsor Framework and Northern Ireland Brexit deal. Ex-Met chiefs say Sir Mark Rowley has 'shattered trust' by denying institutional racism and sexism. Shadow Justice Secretary Steve Reed joins the discussion. Also, 350,000 over-75s are refusing to pay their Tv License Fee. Is the BBC worth the fee? Or are people now switching over to Netflix to unwind? All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
22/03/23·2h 8m

MET is 'institutionally racist, misogynist and homophobic' says report

Women and children failed by 'boys' club' culture in the MET, Casey's review finds. Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley joins me on the show. Also, RMT members at Network Rail accept revised pay offer. We hear from Transport Secretary Mark Harper. We can't forget the story about beavers! Yes, beavers will be re-introduced to West London as part of a rewilding project. Who can be unhappy about that? All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
21/03/23·2h 10m

The highway of death

Today marks 20 years since the Western Invasion of Iraq. Former British Army Officer Colonel Tim Collins OBE and General David Petraeus, a retired Four-Star General and former Director of the CIA, join the show. Home Secretary Suella Braverman pledges to send migrants on flights to Rwanda 'by this summer'. Also, John Lewis is considering changing their staff-owned structure and sell £2 billion worth of stake to investors. The public call in to comment on their experiences with the beloved retailer. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
20/03/23·2h 11m

Raab to leave no stone unturned with the MET

Domestic killers with a history of coercive and controlling behaviour are to face tougher sentences. The Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab to discuss and show his support of the reform. A report shows that there is a culture of racism, sexism and homophobia in the MET. Former Chief Superintendent Parm Sandhu speaks of her experiences confronting these issues. Also, Tories have said we need to value stay at home mothers. Is that title derogatory? Callers throw out their name suggestions and their own experiences as parents. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
17/03/23·2h 9m

I hope they're kicked out on their well-remunerated backside

Jeremy Hunt reveals his back-to-work budget, encouraging mothers and the wealthy to get back to work. Sir John Timpson & Andrew Neil join me to discuss. More travel chaos as RMT rail staff go on strike today. Also, the felling of 110 mature trees in Plymouth city centre causes outrage. Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves joins the show. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
16/03/23·2h 10m

Bricking it for Budget Day

Budget Day has arrived and the mass walkouts have begun. Today, we see teachers, junior doctors and London Underground drivers strike. Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is to deliver a 'back-to-work' Budget to boost economic growth and aid labour shortages. In Hunt's budget, free pre-school childcare is introduced to support parents to further push this. Also, Rishi Sunak has had to be 'reminded of the rules' after walking his dog off the lead in Hyde Park. His dog doesn't seem to be the only thing he hasn't gotten under control suggests a caller. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
15/03/23·2h 9m

Another BBC row

On the show:-PM promises to counter threats from China: Security Minister Tom Tugendhat joins live-Braverman urged to make changes to migration bill-Fiona Bruce leaves charity role after claims she trivialised domestic violence
14/03/23·2h 12m

Lineker's return

The BBC's Gary Lineker crisis dragged on for yet another day - and appears to have come to an end. An ex-BBC Trust member joins live to discuss the corporation's reputational damage and what is likely to come next. The three-day walkout by junior doctors starts today. It's one of the largest in the history of the NHS. And Nick discusses the defence budget with Former Chief of the General Staff General Sir Peter Wall. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
13/03/23·2h 9m


Small boat discussions continue as Sunak and Macron meet. Also, the high-speed HS2 line is delayed once again. Nick takes your calls and reactions and questions Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and Marks and Spencer Chairman Archie Norman.
10/03/23·2h 10m

'He doesn't have Nutella on his toast anymore in the morning'

An LBC exclusive poll has revealed trust in the Met police has fallen to a new low. Nick puts these findings to Met Chief Commander James Harman and Shadow Policing Minister Sarah Jones. Also, Lord Blunkett joins the show live.
09/03/23·2h 11m

Yellow or red card for Lineker?

Rishi Sunak has vowed to remove Channel migrants 'within weeks' under tougher, new measures. Gary Lineker cause outrage in his reaction to this new asylum policy, liking it to Nazi Germany on his Twitter. which has sparked outrage. The BBC are now being urged to fire the football broadcaster. What do you think? Should he be sacked? Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick joins the show. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
08/03/23·2h 11m

Charles Bronson the notorious... painter?

The Home Secretary will outline the government's plans to crackdown on illegal migration. Is it unworkable? Or will it get your vote. Following her wrongful arrest in November 2022, LBC Reporter Charlotte Lynch releases footage of her ordeal with Hertfordshire Police. Also, with Charles Branson's parole hearing underway, his son joins the show to discuss why he should be released from prison. Has this notoriously violent criminal changed his behaviour? Lord Sainsbury joins Nick to discuss business ahead of the Spring budget 2023. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
07/03/23·2h 10m

Keir Starmer refuses to answer when he first approached Sue Gray

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer joined Nick to answer your questions around Matt Hancock's WhatsApp message leak, ULEZ, a new plan on illegal boat crossings and more. Although, the Leader of the opposition avoids answering Nick's questions on when he first approached Sue Gray to be his Chief of Staff. Also, the Government prepares to unveil new powers to 'stop the boats' on further immigration crackdown. Science, Innovation and Technology Sec Michelle Donelan joins the show. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
06/03/23·2h 16m

Tory MPs are FUMING at Sue Gray's appointment

MI5 says they are 'profoundly sorry' for not stopping the Manchester arena bombing, Constance Marten and Mark Gordon charged with gross negligence manslaughter after the body of a baby is found, 'Get heavy with police,' Matt Hancock told ministers to enforce lockdown, Boris Johnson says he will find it 'very difficult' to vote for Sunak's new Brexit deal, 'Abhorrent' drag cabaret shows for babies features men in heels and bondage and pupils receive death threats after a copy of the Koran was damaged at school.
03/03/23·2h 15m

Lockdown Files EXPOSE Covid rules

Lockdown files expose there was no good reason for 'rule of six' on children, Remains of a baby found during search for Constance Marten's newborn, Rise in Children getting treated for eating disorders and Parents who let morbidly obese daughter die jailed for manslaughter.
02/03/23·1h 51m

Skipping school may start costing

The transgender double rapist Isla Bryson has been jailed for 8 years. Scottish Shadow Secretary for Equalities Rachael Hamilton MSP says this case 'certainly contributed to Nicola Sturgeon's resignation'. The number of attackers jailed for more than 6 months for assaulting emergency workers halves to 0.5%. Nick recaps his GEMS campaign, that was created as a petition just over 6 years ago, which strived to guard and protect our emergency medical service staff from abuse. Also, parents of truanting pupils could have their child benefits stopped says Michael Gove. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
01/03/23·2h 10m

'It's one rule for cyclists and one rule for everybody else...'

Rishi Sunak is to meet the EU chief to reach a Brexit breakthrough on an agreement. At least 59 migrants have drowned after a boat breaks apart off the coast of southern Italy. Also, research has found that the majority of drivers say aggressive cyclists threaten their safety. One caller called it 'absurd!' Are they the big threat on the road today? All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
27/02/23·2h 10m

One year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine

One year ago today, Russian troops invaded Ukraine and the world watched. The show looks over what has happened in the last year, the stoicism of Ukrainians, Zelensky's 'Churchill' like leadership, the unity of the West in support and discussions on whether this will go on for the next 12 months. Former British Ambassador to Russia Sir Laurie Bristow, Special Envoy James Rubin, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace and others join the show. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast. 
24/02/23·2h 11m

Ben Wallace on Putin, Mercer and the Prince!

We hear the full exclusive interview that Defense Secretary Ben Wallace gave to Nick Ferrari at a military training camp in Dorset yesterday. Plus we talk to the BBC Newsnight Investigative Producer who has the truth about the Tavistock clinic
23/02/23·2h 10m

'That's obviously not credible'

Biden says NATO will not tire as Putin blames the West for the war, nurses pause strikes to enter pay talks with ministers and ASDA and Morrisons ration produce amid shortages. Veterans' Affairs Minister Johnny Mercer joins live.
22/02/23·2h 10m

Junior Doctors vote for 72-hour walkout

Junior doctors call for 26 per cent pay rise, an LBC exclusive report on a Met Officer caught publicly masturbating on train twice, Nicola Bulley's family slams 'appalling' media and former PMs Liz Truss and Boris Johnson urge Rishi Sunak to provide jets for Ukraine
21/02/23·2h 13m

“I seem to be the fall guy for this in everyone's eyes”

Peter Faulding talks to Nick after a body has been found in the River Wyre less than a mile from where Nicola Bulley was last seen. The diving expert who led the search in the river defends his team and says he wouldn't apologise to the family. Sadiq Khan's ULEZ expansion could be blocked by Downing Street, Councillor Paul Osborn, the Conservative leader of Harrow Council, joins to back this challenge. Also, Sir Rushdie has said the sensitivity police are back as Roald Dahl's descriptions of appearances of characters have been censored. Nick asks whether you would be offended by Dahl's line '“Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. She had small piggy eyes, a sunken mouth and one of those white flabby faces that looked exactly as though it had been boiled." All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
20/02/23·2h 11m

'Time will tell' if Lancashire Police did the right thing

'Time will tell' if Lancashire Police were right to reveal details of Nicola Bulley's private life, including her issues with alcohol and HRT treatment. Met Police Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley joins the show live. The force investigating her disappearance referred itself to the police watchdog over prior contact with Nicola Bulley. And as Sir Keir Starmer meets Ukrainian President Zelenskyy in Kyiv, Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy joins live. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
17/02/23·2h 10m

"They should hang their heads in shame"

'The time is now' says Nicola Sturgeon following her announcement of her resignation as First Minister and SNP leader. Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper joins the show. Also, both the public and MPs are furious after the police revealed that Nicola Bulley suffered with 'some significant issues with alcohol' and is menopausal in the latest press conference. Peter Faulding, dive expert who led the search in the River Wyre, joins Nick to discuss whether this information should have been released to the public. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
16/02/23·2h 11m

When did you last smile?

The West risk running out of ammunition as Putin orders Russian troops to advance further in Ukraine. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace joins Nick to discuss. Equalities watchdog end their Labour party monitoring following the antisemitism reforms. Also, Queen Consort Camilla will cut out the Koh-I-Noor Colonial Diamond from the coronation. But is that enough to resolve the controversy around it? All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
15/02/23·2h 11m

Spy balloons for Valentines? They ran out of heart-shaped.

Rishi Sunak has said that RAF jets are ready to intercept and shoot down Chinese spy balloons if they are seen flying over the UK. Also, three London Labour MPs have come out against Sadiq Khan's ULEZ expansion in an LBC exclusive. Labour MP for Mitcham and Morden Siobhain McDonagh joins the show agreeing on pushing back the expansion. Also, Unison General Secretary Christina McAnea joined Nick to discuss strike action. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
14/02/23·2h 14m

Close Encounters of the Third Kind?

The US government have shot down the fourth UFO this month and they aren't ruling out the possibility of alien involvement... we talk to a former Ministry of Defense UFO expert who thinks there may be more to the story than meets the eye... or not as the case may be! PLUS, Roads Minister Richard Holden joins Nick to talk about the Labour report into frivolous government spending including £3k on decorative photographs!
13/02/23·2h 10m

Sir Lindsay Hoyle on meeting Zelenskyy

In the wake of President Zelenskyy's visit to the UK we discuss why it is seemingly so difficult for us to pledge further support for the war. PLUS we talk to Speaker of the House about the famous air force helmet that he was given by the Ukranian President yesterday. We also discuss the Prevent report that today revealed a startling change in priorities and even talk to one caller who was himself referred to the Prevent Program.
09/02/23·2h 10m

But are you a fan of the Laffer Curve?!

In the wake of a devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria, Andrew Mitchell, Minister of State in the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, joins Nick to explain exactly what aid is needed and how we can get it out there. PLUS ahead of the sentencing of former met police officer and serial rapist David Carrick, Nick asks: what would it take to restore your faith in the met.
07/02/23·2h 11m

"When it comes to a toothbrush, it is a morality issue"

Today sees the biggest strike in NHS history as nurses, ambulance staff and more decide to walk out over pay and work conditions. Health Minister Maria Caulfield and Unite the Union General Secretary Sharon Graham join the discussion. Also, teachers in primary schools are buying poorer pupils toothbrushes and toothpaste. Nick discusses with callers whether this is down to the cost-of-living crisis, or if it is just bad parenting. More on the state of the economy, Financial Journalist Paul Lewis joins live to answer your questions on mortgages and personal finances. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
06/02/23·2h 11m

A difficult decision for Manchester United

Ofgem tells energy suppliers to suspend forced installations of prepayment meters, after reports of house break-ins. Industrial action continues, and today it is rail strikes. ASLEF General Secretary Mick Whelan joins the discussion. Also, the attempted rape and assault charges against Manchester United player Mason Greenwood have been dropped. But should he put the football boots back on? All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
03/02/23·2h 11m

He isn't an easy man, but he's no bully says Lord Lister

Rishi Sunak was told of Dominic Raab's 'unacceptable behaviour' last Summer, before appointing him to cabinet. Former Chief of Staff for Boris Johnson, Lord Lister, joins the show. It begs the question, where is the line of bullying in the workplace? Also, Shell has announced record annual profits of £32.2 billion, as energy prices surge. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
02/02/23·2h 15m

BIGGEST day of strikes in a decade

Half a million people walk out in the BIGGEST day of strikes in a decade, Education Secretary Gillian Keegan MP speaks to Nick, Rishi Sunak marks 100 days as Prime Minister, TUC General Secretary Paul Nowak takes your calls
01/02/23·2h 16m

Guy Verhofstadt reviews 3 years of Brexit

On this, the third anniversary of the UK leaving the EU, Nick talks to the EU's Chief Brexit Negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt, they touch on the Ukraine war, Sunak's handling of the economy and Labour's fear of addressing the failures of Brexit. PLUS Brexit advocate Theresa Villiers and Former US Special Envoy to Northern Ireland Mick Mulvaney join the show.
31/01/23·2h 11m

ChatGPT writes Nick's intro!

After the long awaited sacking of Tory party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi, Nick asks why don't we have tougher checks for prospective ministers? Plus we look ahead to the teachers strikes which are planned for this Wednesday and we test the famous ChatGPT, challenging it to write a classic Nick Ferrari introduction.
30/01/23·2h 13m

Your bank is just a short plane ride away...

On the show today Nick spoke to former Transport Minister Steve Norris about the staggering news that HS2 wont even venture into central London! PLUS we look ahead to the chancellors keynote speech and hear from a caller who's nearest bank branch is just 23 miles away, across the sea!
27/01/23·2h 8m

Jets? Let's not get carried away.

Following more stories on police corruption, Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley says two or three Met officers a week will face court. The US joins Germany in sending tanks to Ukraine, as other allies debate over sending fighter jets. Also, the trans woman guilty of raping two women has been remanded in a female prison. Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper tells Nick that Bryson should be in a male prison. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
26/01/23·2h 14m

Henry Riley tries to dodge the ULEZ!

After David Lammy's comments on the show yesterday about tradespeople taking the tube to work LBC's own Henry Riley tries to make his way from Seven Sisters to our studio in Leicester Square with a full array of work gear, only to run into a few troubles along the way... PLUS Nick discusses the missing migrant children and a remarkable story about a Transgender rapist being held in a woman's jail.
25/01/23·2h 13m

An investigation into Zahawi's tax dealings has been ordered

Rishi Sunak has ordered his ethics adviser to investigate Nadhim Zahawi's tax dealings. A former spokesperson to Ukrainian president Zelensky, Iuliia Mendel, joins to discuss Germany not blocking the export of its Leopard 2 tanks being sent to Ukraine. Also, more than 170 arrests were made during a police crackdown on serious criminals. Crime and Policing Minister Chris Philp joins the show. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
24/01/23·2h 10m

The govt are "like a crowd of naughty children!"

Tory Chairman Nadhim Zahawi admits that tax chiefs have found he was 'careless' with his tax returns. Former HMRC Head, Sir Edward Troup, discusses his view on politicians publicising their tax dealings. Also, joining the show from the picket line is Unite General Secretary Sharon Graham, as ambulance workers strike again. Finally, CBI Director-General Tony Danker joins to discuss his first keynote speech of 2023. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
23/01/23·2h 10m

Wear your seatbelt, Rishi!

Rail workers have been given a fresh pay offer in a bid to end strike action. Also, NATO allies tell Germany to 'stop stalling' on a Ukraine tank deal. On other stories, the police are 'looking into' a video of Rishi Sunak not wearing a seatbelt in a moving car... Tut-tut! All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
20/01/23·2h 9m

"Next week, Hunt solves the problem in NI using croissants and marmalade"

Police forces have been ordered to do background checks on existing staff in the same way they vet recruits. Also, Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt is mocked over 'Mr Bean-esque' video explaining inflation using coffee cups. Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Michael Gove joins the discussion. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
19/01/23·2h 11m

Threats of a general strike loom over February

Nurses begin a 48-hour walkout over pay and conditions. Royal College of Nursing General Secretary Pat Cullen joins the conversation. Also, to discuss this and Britain current facing threats of a general strike in February is Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick and Emily Thornberry, the Shadow Attorney General for England and Wales. On a lighter note, food regulators warn that cake in offices should be viewed like 'passive smoking'. Are you able to resist a cheeky slice? All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
18/01/23·2h 6m

MET Officer is one of Britain's most prolific rapists

Met Police Officer David Carrick has been revealed as one of UK's worst rapists after admitting to dozens of offences. Also, teachers have voted to strike over their pay and workload. Education Secretary Gillian Keegan and Joint General Secretary Kevin Courtney joins in on the discussion. On other topics, the Asda Chairman Lord Rose talks with Nick about business. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
17/01/23·2h 8m

Sir Keir is back in 2023 to answer your calls

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer returns to answer your questions. Also, a man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a London drive-by shooting leaves a 7-year-old girl in life threatening conditions. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
16/01/23·2h 14m

The grass is certainly greener for the blokes this Brit awards

Ambulance response times in England are the worst on record and A&E waiting times have hit a new high. Also, the nominations for the Brit awards 2023 are out! But controversy strikes because in the run up for the gender neutral 'best artist' award, the nominees all have something in common... They're all men. The Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Kyle joins the show. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
13/01/23·2h 13m

Bridgen's tweet: free speech? or is it beyond the pale?

Tories have been urged to ban Andrew Bridgen from standing at next election after his vaccine 'holocaust' tweet. Also, the NHS are said to have 'abandoned' pregnant women as 4 in 10 have said there was a struggle getting staff. Former NHS England Chief Executive Lord Crisp joins in on the discussion. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
12/01/23·2h 12m

Only call 999 with life and limb emergencies

Ambulance workers strike, loveless couples prevented from getting divorce, flood warnings, Downing Street defends Rishi's private jet flight, Just Stop Oil exclusive and Harry condemns 'dangerous' spin on Taliban comments
11/01/23·2h 16m

Britain willing to supply Ukraine with tanks

Britain is assessing a deal on supplying Ukraine with tanks, being the first Western country to do so. General Sir Richard Shirreff, Former Deputy Supreme Commander of NATO in Europe, and Business Secretary Grant Shapps joins in on the discussion. Also, talks to resolve NHS strikes have ended with little progress, the unions have said. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
10/01/23·2h 16m

"I really do think he's lost his path"

Prince Harry gives an explosive interview with ITV ahead of the book launch for 'Spare'. Former Communications Secretary to King Charles, Kristina Kyriacou, joins in on the discussion. Also, NHS pressures have become so overwhelming that care home beds are being used to clear wards. Yet, Rishi Sunak refuses to comment on his own healthcare. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
09/01/23·2h 14m

Prince Harry's book reveals all. Maybe too much.

Following the leak of Prince Harry's book 'Spare' in Spain, revelations about the Duke and his family have caused quite a stir. From 'begging' King Charles not to marry Camilla to the Prince killing 25 Taliban fighters whilst serving in Afghanistan, it begs the question, has he revealed too much? Also, Sir Keir Starmer embraces Brexit slogan with his 'take back control' bill aimed at devolving power out of Westminster. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
06/01/23·2h 14m

"Rishi mate, I will come to No. 10 on one condition"

Rishi Sunak outlines his vision for Britain in his first major speech since becoming Prime Minister. Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves and former Countdown co-host Carol Vorderman joins in on the conversation. Also, Sunak's new strike law could let bosses sack workers and sue unions. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
05/01/23·2h 14m

At the heart of Sunak's vision is... Maths

Ambulance staff have been told to leave patients on trollies if A&E is busy. Also, Rishi Sunak wants all pupils to study maths to the age of 18 as a part of his big vision for Britain. Do you think that two extra years of compulsory maths education is wise? All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
04/01/23·2h 14m

New year, same crises

Medics have warned the PM that the pressure on NHS is 'unbearable'. Furthermore, the next set of rail strikes has begun, which has been set to cause severe, widespread disruption. Transport Secretary Mark Harper, Network Rail Chief Negotiator Tim Shoveller, and General Secretary of the RMT Mick Lynch join live. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
03/01/23·2h 15m

Final show of 2022!

Border Force strikes are set to hit 500,000 travellers and we're being urged not to mix with loved ones if they are ill this Christmas. What do you make of the strict advisory? The Nick Ferrari breakfast team wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Here's to 2023 and thank you for listening!
23/12/22·2h 23m

It seems not everyone is welcome round the manger...

The Home Secretary Suella Braverman says disused cruise ships could house asylum seekers as the government are set to spend £3.5 billion in the next year on a system. In other stories, a heavily tattooed mum was banned from her child's nativity play over appearance and was made to watch it through a classroom window. Is this fair? Britain's most tattooed man Bodyart joins in on the discussion. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
22/12/22·2h 20m

"Avoid risky behavior" public told as paramedics strike

Public urged to 'avoid risky behavior' as paramedics strike, Steve Barclay speaks to Nick, Rishi Sunak refuses to rule out 12p fuel duty price hike, Education Secretary Gillian Keegan MP joins Nick on Call The Cabinet, Crematoriums struggle with Covid deaths in China and Woman, 97, convicted for involvement in Nazi regime
21/12/22·2h 25m

The Health Minister discusses patient care amid strikes

Tens of thousands of nurses strike again as the pay row with the Government escalates. Health Minister Will Quince joins in on the conversation. Also, the High Court rules that the government's plan to deport migrants to Rwanda is lawful. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
20/12/22·2h 21m

Clarkson, you have gone too far...

Gary Neville compares Qatari human rights abuses to the UK Government's treatment of nurses. Also, Jeremy Clarkson has caused outrage over his column about the Duchess of Sussex. Should it have gone to print? His own daughter doesn't think so. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
19/12/22·2h 19m

The right way, the wrong way and the railway

The TSSA union has accepted a Network Rail national pay deal, but the RMT prepare to strike again. General Secretary of the RMT Union Mick Lynch joins in on the discussion. Also, four people are in critical condition after crowd trouble at Asake concert in Brixton. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
16/12/22·2h 15m

'Spineless' killer should get another 10 years

Four people have died after a migrant boat capsized off the English coast, heroic fishermen came to their aid. Also, 'spineless' Jordan McSweeney has been sentenced for a minimum of 38 years for the murder of Zara Aleena. Strikes continue as today marks the start of the largest nursing strike in NHS history, in which Health Minister Maria Caulfield joins in on the discussion. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
15/12/22·2h 16m

Breaking news: Channel incident

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes a promise to end the asylum seeker backlog and tragic breaking news means many are feared dead following a migrant boat incident in the English Channel.
14/12/22·2h 14m

Strikes! Strikes! Strikes!

The nurses strike is going ahead this week after talks with Health Secretary Steve Barclay fall through. Also, rail strikes paired with crazy weather conditions = chaos in the capital city. Transport Secretary Mark Harper and General Secretary of the RMT union Mick Lynch join Nick live.
13/12/22·2h 14m

Keir returns to answer your questions

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer returns to LBC to answer your questions. On other topics, the Shadow Health Secretary says Labour will take on the 'hostile' health unions as the country braces itself for a wave of strikes. Also, travel chaos continues as Gatwick's runway shuts down because of the snowfall. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
12/12/22·2h 18m

Are Harry and Meghan insulting the Queen's legacy?

Meghan appears to mock curtsy in bombshell Netflix show, Labour 'willing to talk' about NHS pay rises, England face France in the world cup and Harry Dunn's killer avoids jail
09/12/22·2h 15m

Christmas striking chaos

Border Force staff at UK airports have decided to strike over the Christmas period. With the number of strikes piling, Sunak plans on introducing tough, new anti-strike laws. Also, Michael Gove approves the first new UK coal mine in decades, despite the pressing climate concerns. Education Secretary Gillian Keegan joins in on the discussion. All of that and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
08/12/22·2h 13m

"Let me tell you about my thermals"

Ambulance staff in England and Wales plan to strike over two days in December, continuing the Christmas chaos. Also, it might be time to dig out the thermals as the UK Health Security Agency have issued a Level 3 'severe' cold weather warning for England. Health Secretary Steve Barclay joins in on the discussion. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
07/12/22·2h 13m

'£450? What the f...'

Michael Gove has scrapped mandatory housebuilding targets in face of Tory rebellion and RMT has announced even more rail strikes over Christmas. Also, following trail backlash, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new Netflix documentary hits our screens on Thursday. The Duke of Sussex compares his wife to his late mother, Princess Diana. All of that and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
06/12/22·2h 15m

Braverman backs migrant crackdown

Home Secretary Suella Braverman vows to do 'whatever it takes' to tackle the UK migrant crisis. Also, Tory Party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi sparks fury after telling nurses to accept a lower pay rise to 'send clear message to Putin'. Shadow Levelling Up Secretary Lisa Nandy joins live.
05/12/22·2h 10m

Two brothers at war

The Met Police homicide stats reveal that young black men are 12 times more likely than white men to be murdered in London. Boris Johnson will stand at the next general election, but how hard will he have to fight for a seat? Also, a Netflix documentary about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has been announced, broadcasting the conflict between the two sons of the King. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
02/12/22·2h 10m

Cheerio Lady Hussey

The late Queen's lady-in-waiting, Lady Hussey, has resigned over comments to charity boss Ngozi Fulani. Nick takes your calls and reactions. Also, HSBC bank is planning to shut a quarter of its branches in the UK. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
01/12/22·2h 12m

Just Stop Oil threaten to escalate!

The most recent census has revealed white British people are now a minority in London and Birmingham, the two largest cities in the UK! Are you waiting for something in the post? Royal Mail staff are on strike today over pay and conditions and a LBC exclusive has found police stations are closing at rate of one per week. All of that and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
30/11/22·2h 10m

'To pee or not to pee, that is the question'

LBC exclusive finds 12,000 met police shifts have been 'wasted' on Just Stop Oil protests. Also, Health Secretary Steve Barclay says the NHS should consider robots to fill staffing gaps. Will this fix the NHS crisis? Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan joins the show live. All of that and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
29/11/22·2h 10m

'politics is showbiz for ugly people'

Another weekend of violence in the capital as police say the fatal stabbings of two 16-year-old boys a mile apart in London are linked. Also, the crisis in NHS continues with around 4,000 patients a day enduring 12-hour A&E waits. Business Secretary Grant Shapps joins live.
28/11/22·2h 6m

Shamima Begum debate

The UK is seeing the highest net migration since the end of WWII. Nick takes your calls and reactions. Also, a 12-year-old boy is been suspended from school after getting Ronaldo Nazário’s famous 2002 haircut. Is it a reasonable decision? Charlotte Lynch leads a LBC exclusive which reveals a disgraced NHS trust allowed a young patient to bang their head for hours without intervention. All of that and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
25/11/22·2h 6m

Braverman admits we've FAILED to control our borders

The Conservatives face new political pain as the Home Secretary admits that the government failed to control UK borders, plus: MP brands Just Stop Oil as terrorist group, China Covid cases soar, government to block funding for failing social housing providers, Scottish government loses court battle for INDYREF2
24/11/22·2h 7m

Jingle Bell Rail Strikes

Christmas = travel chaos. Disruption for passengers is on the way as rail workers confirm strike action leading up to Christmas. RMT's Mick Lynch and Work and Pensions Secretary Mel Stride join Nick live. Also, a banquet fit for a King! Charles hosts the South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, for his first state visit during a cost-of-living crisis.
23/11/22·2h 5m

"My God you're an aggressive man!"

Labour Leader Keir Starmer vows to wean business off 'cheap labour' and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is registered with a private GP practice offering £250 consultations. Also, 'Tis The Season for MPs who are allowed Christmas parties... at our expense! All of that and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show Podcast.
22/11/22·2h 7m

FIFA President accuses West of 'HYPOCRISY'

World Cup 2022, Joe Lycett shreds 10k, Britain mulls Swiss-style deal, Civil servants want us to pay for their heating and Single mum in mouldy flat
21/11/22·2h 6m

Biggest drop in living standards

Jeremy Hunt warns families 'face challenges, Rachel Reeves slams budget, Royal Mail workers strike, World Cup, Energy Bills, Twitter
18/11/22·2h 21m

"You're wrong" "No YOU'RE wrong"

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt prepares to deliver the Autumn Statement all while it's revealed Whitehall Waste costs taxpayers £14bn. Also, founder of S4 Capital Sir Martin Sorrell joins Nick in the studio live.
17/11/22·2h 4m

Missiles in Poland

Two people have died after missiles landed in Poland and a coroner has ruled mould in a Rochdale flat caused the death of a two-year-old boy. Also on the show, could the third attempt result in a comeback? Donald Trump has launched his 2024 White House bid. All of that and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
16/11/22·2h 4m

Happy Birthday to the 8 billionth baby!

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has condemned Russia as a 'pariah state' at the G20 summit and it's Happy Birthday to the 8 billionth baby as the world population passes a new milestone. Also on the show, Amazon chief Jeff Bezos has promised to give away the majority of his fortune before he dies. All of that and more on this episode of Nick Ferrari's Whole Show podcast.
15/11/22·2h 4m

The Met 'menopause vest'

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt says everyone will have to pay more tax after the Autumn budget. Also, the Government admits the cost of HS2 will outweigh the potential benefits and Foreign Secretary James Cleverly joins live.
14/11/22·2h 4m

Armistice Day

The winter of discontent continues as around 100,000 civil servants vote to strike over pay and conditions. Also, in the lead up to Remembrance Sunday Armed Forces Minister James Heappey says people shouldn't be shamed into wearing a poppy. Finally, days of disruption have been brought to an end following the decision from Just Stop Oil to halt their protests.
11/11/22·2h 5m

Hertfordshire PCC David Lloyd turns his fire on LBC

It's confirmed nurses will strike before the end of the year in a dispute over pay. Nick takes your calls and reactions. Also, will reporter Charlotte Lynch get an apology for the arrest deemed 'not necessary?' Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, David Lloyd, joins live. Finally, Matt Hancock made his 'I'm a Celeb' debut last night and Nick chats to ex. 'King of the Jungle' Christopher Biggins! Jam packed show and not one to miss.
10/11/22·2h 7m

Police arrest LBC Reporter!

LBC reporter Charlotte Lynch is arrested whilst covering Just Stop Oil protests! Also on the show, Sir Gavin Williamson has resigned after allegations of bullying - Nick takes your calls and reactions. Education Secretary Gillian Keegan and former Home Secretary Lord Blunkett join the show live.
09/11/22·2h 6m

Just Stop Oil shut the M25 AGAIN

Just Stop Oil protestors once again mobilize to shut the M25 in protest of the government opening new oil fields. PLUS We hear from the shadow home secretary and the secretary of state for work and pensions.
08/11/22·2h 6m

Nurses Vote to Strike

Baroness Shami Chakrabarti decries Sunak's new proposed Bill of Rights PLUS we hear from our reporter in Halifax who has the latest on the Bonfire night chaos that left a teen dead.
07/11/22·2h 7m

Emergency response 'INADEQUATE' at Manchester bombing

Bank increases interest rates, Manchester arena bombing, Imran Khan wounded, primary school children running drugs, Suella faces legal action
04/11/22·2h 7m

Judicial review on Manston overcrowding

Judicial review called over the state of the Mansion migrants detention centre, Rishi Sunak u-turn on COP27 attendance, and more countries to be included for the deportation of migrants.
03/11/22·2h 5m

Introducing: Sweeney Talks...

Hey listener, we’ve got a new LBC podcast that we think you’d like called Sweeney Talks with old-school reporter, John Sweeney. John is trouble. He's taken on Vladimir Putin, challenged Donald Trump, and after months of uncovering hard truths in Ukraine, he’s back. John is never silent about what he’s experienced. Sweeney talks, and in this podcast, so do his guests. John speaks to people like him, who are not prepared to be part of the silent majority. They refused to toe the line, and have found themselves in trouble. Big trouble. Activists, agitators, heroes… or villains. You decide. Listen and subscribe to Sweeney Talks on Global Player. Go to Global Player for exclusive bonus episodes where John offers candid reflections on what he's discovered during each interview, what surprised him and what we can learn from it all. Download it from the App Store or go to
02/11/22·1m 47s

'Kangaroos testicles'

He's a celebrity, but should he be getting out of here? Nick will ask if it's right for Matt Hancock to head down under to the jungle. Also on the show, it's revealed 'thousands' of corrupt officers could be serving as police in the UK. Inspector of Constabulary Matt Parr joins live and Nick chats to Transport Secretary Mark Harper.
02/11/22·2h 3m

Don't send migrants to Tory constituencies!

An LBC exclusive finds the Tories have been banning migrants being sent to hotels in Tory constituencies, and an interview with the Met chief responsible for policing Just Stop Oil protests.
01/11/22·2h 5m

Nick Ferrari - The Whole Show

A man has been found dead after incendiary devices were thrown at a Home Office migrant center in Dover over the weekend. A Met Police Assistant Commissioner urges the public not to directly intervene’ with Just Stop Oil activists and England's second largest police force has been taken out of special measures two years after a damning inspection, Nick will be joined by Chief Constable Stephen Watson, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police.
31/10/22·2h 7m

A COP out?

Despite posting bumper profits, there's news that Shell pays no windfall tax in the UK. Also, police take over 4 hours to make arrests after Just Stop Oil activists block roads in central London. Nick grills Environment Secretary Dr Thérèse Coffey on Rishi Sunak's decision not to attend COP27.
28/10/22·2h 7m

Foreign Secretary under fire

The fallout continues after Foreign Secretary James Cleverly told Nick that LGBT football fans should be respectful at Qatar World Cup. Also, another Liz Truss policy is reversed as PM Rishi Sunak reinstates the ban on fracking. Nick is joined by Conservative Party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi.
27/10/22·2h 7m

Sunak's Cabinet Revealed

Return of the Braverman! Rishi Sunak reinstates Suella Braverman as Home Secretary. Also, King Charles says the lack of vocational education in schools is a 'great tragedy.' Nick speaks to Foreign Secretary James Cleverly live.
26/10/22·2h 5m

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak calls for unity as he wins contest to be Prime Minister. Lots of big names on the show this morning; Nick is joined by former Tory Chair Lord Patrick McLoughlin, and former Cabinet Minister Lord Paul Boateng. Also, we get an economic reaction from leading businessman Lord Bilimoria.
25/10/22·2h 8m

Sir Keir Starmer takes your calls!

A busy morning in politics as we discuss the bombshell overnight announcement that Boris Johnson will not be running for leader of the conservative party. Will Walden, Johnson's former communications secretary gives us all of the inside information before Nick is joined by leader of the labour party and favorite to win the next election Keir Starmer! He answers your questions on everything from Johnson's flirting with power and playground scraps! Starmer Interview begins at 01:25:46
24/10/22·2h 12m

Another Prime Minister bites the dust

Liz Truss resigns and kicks off another Conservative leadership race, but can any leadership candidates wipe out Labour's 36-point poll lead? Sir David Lidington, Sir Ed Davey, Will Walden and others join Nick live.
21/10/22·2h 50m

Are the Tories toast?

Liz Truss tells MPs she's a 'fighter, not a quitter', as Suella Braverman resigns as Home Secretary. Also on the show, former Met Commissioner Lord Ian Blair and Transport Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan join live.
20/10/22·2h 7m

Pension triple lock shock

There are further calls for Prime Minister Liz Truss to quit as Conservative members lose faith in her ability ahead of PMQs. Also on the show, inflation is back up and Truss can't rule out abandoning a pension triple lock. Foreign Secretary James Cleverly joins Nick live.
19/10/22·2h 8m

Truss fights another day

Nick takes your calls after Liz Truss ducks an urgent question on the economy from Sir Keir Starmer. Chairman of Marks and Spencer, Archie Norman and Armed Forces and Veterans Minister James Heappey joins live.
18/10/22·2h 12m

Mark Rowley calls for hundreds of Met Officers to be sacked!

Nick talks to the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Mark Rowley, about the dire state of his police force and his hard line stance calling for hundreds more officers to be sacked. PLUS, we talk to Baroness Casey who has today published her scathing report on the MET's internal review procedure.
17/10/22·2h 12m

Ed Miliband hits back at Greg Hands

Greg Hands calls out Ed Miliband live on air as Nick pushes the new trade minister on the Tories fracking plans. We are later joined by the Shadow Climate Secretary PLUS we talk to Emmanuel Macron's former advisor General Dominique Trinquand about the French President's nuclear claims!
14/10/22·2h 17m

Is public spending out of control?

Prime Minister Liz Truss says she will not cut public spending despite warning of £62bn shortfall. Your calls on this. Also, the new Met Commissioner, Sir Mark Rowley, has defended the policing of climate protests. Foreign Secretary James Cleverly joins Nick live.
13/10/22·2h 11m

Power Giants face Windfall Tax

A date is set for the scaled-back King's coronation and it's the 6th of May. Camilla will be crowned alongside Charles. Also on the show, more Just Stop Oil protests block busy roads and prevent our emergency services from saving lives. Is this how to go about the climate emergency? Business Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg joins Nick live to discuss everything energy.
12/10/22·2h 11m

Dr Thérèse Coffey is challenged on smoking legislation

Nick discusses Liz Truss and fellow G7 leaders meeting virtually to discuss Ukraine after Russia attacks more cities. Also, despite being well enough to leave hospital, some patients who are deemed 'fit enough' aren't being discharged. Dr Thérèse Coffey joins Nick live and is challenged over her knowledge on smoking legislation.
11/10/22·2h 13m

Global's Make Some Noise

-National Grid warns households could face three-hour power cuts this winter -Three people in hospital after City of London phone-snatch stabbings -Climate Minister Graham Stuart joins live
07/10/22·2h 10m

'When the going gets tough, the Truss gets going'

-Liz Truss attacks 'anti-growth' coalition as she seeks to reassure financial markets -M People furious after Liz Truss uses their song at Tory conference -Conservative Party Chairman Jake Berry joins live
06/10/22·2h 15m

Last day: Conservative Party Conference

-Liz Truss's cabinet in row over benefit cuts and 45p tax U-turn -Conservative Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street joins live -Foreign Secretary James Cleverly joins live
05/10/22·2h 15m

Nick Ferrari speaks to Prime Minister Liz Truss

On the show: -Prime Minister Liz Truss speaks to Nick Ferrari at Breakfast -Home Secretary Suella Braverman to propose asylum ban on Channel migrants -Former Brexit negotiator and Conservative Peer Lord Frost joins live
04/10/22·2h 16m

The Chancellor's MASSIVE U-Turn

Nick speaks to Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwarteng, just moments after he announces a massive U-Turn on one of his major budget policies... PLUS we talk teacher strikes, bird flu, and Nick talks to the Director-General of the CBI
03/10/22·2h 19m

Is the energy price cap a con?

Labour surges to record poll lead, energy price cap, royal mail workers strike, Russia to annex four Ukrainian areas and benefits face a hit
30/09/22·2h 13m

"I am the dog whisperer"

On the show: -Government rejects mini-budget U-turn despite Bank of England stepping in -Draw up plan for cuts, government departments told -Chief Secretary to the Treasury Chris Philp joins live
29/09/22·2h 12m

Labour Party Conference

Nick Ferrari heads down to Liverpool for a Labour Party Conference special. He Speaks to Keir Starmer about the future for the Labour party and the controversial opinions of MP Rupa Huq on her comments about the Chancellor. He also discusses Starmers plan of creating a public owned energy plant in the UK.
28/09/22·2h 8m

New Met Police Commissioner vows to be 'RUTHLESS'

Falling Pound, Labour to renationalise railways, Online Safety Bill, Ofcom chair speaks to Nick Ferrari, Partygate probe fiasco
27/09/22·2h 13m

Teachers and nurses face tax increase

Pound takes hit in Asian markets, Truss plans for more migrants, protestors clash with police in London, Italy votes as far-right Meloni on course to win
26/09/22·1h 59m

Chancellor announces HUGE tax cuts

Fracking laws are relaxed, mini-budget announcement from the chancellor and football-related arrests rocket
23/09/22·3h 0m

The Doctor WILL see you now

Energy cost help for business, and Therese Coffey's new plans to get you a Doctors appointment.
22/09/22·2h 14m

Putin's warning to the West

On the show: -PM Liz Truss defends plans to scrap bankers' bonus cap -Truss to cut stamp duty in push for prosperity -Foreign Office Minister Gillian Keegan joins live
21/09/22·2h 14m

Go broke or go as if we're broke?

On the show: -The nation comes together to pay farewell to Queen Elizabeth II -Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng to announce £30 billion in tax cuts as part of mini-budget -Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan joins live
20/09/22·2h 14m

"This is the problem when you give people a high-viz vest."

As the queues continue to build for the Queen's lying in state, there's news that security are confiscating hand sanitiser and boiled sweets from mourners waiting to go into Westminster Hall. Nick asks is this level of security justified?
16/09/22·2h 16m

The Queen's Lying-in-State

Crowds queue through the night to see the Queen lying in state whilst Sir Keir Starmer calls on anti-monarchy protestors to show some respect. Nick asks for your reaction to the Labour leader's comments.
15/09/22·2h 16m

"What a pile of cobblers!"

Royal superfans have been told they can't camp out to see the Queen's coffin - should police be moving on mourners? Also, hospital appointments and even funerals have been cancelled 'out of respect' to Her Majesty. Nick asks, do you think this is right?
14/09/22·2h 14m

No inheritance tax for the King

Queues have begun forming in central London, ahead of the Queen's coffin being flown to London. This follows Prince Andrew being on the receiving end of anti-monarchy abuse in Scotland... Nick asks if free speech forms a part of this discussion
13/09/22·2h 16m

HRH King Charles III 2022 -

Nick Ferrari brings another special extended show as we reflect over the events of the weekend. Plans move forward for the late Queen Elizabeth's funeral and Charles is officially sworn in as king
12/09/22·3h 19m

HRH Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022

In this extended special edition of Nick Ferrari at breakfast we mourn the loss of HRH Queen Elizabeth II and celebrate her many achievements from her 70 year reign on the throne.
09/09/22·3h 29m

Now We Can Remove The Cap On Bankers Bonuses

Nick Ferrari gives you the latest as the clock ticks into the second day of Liz Truss's leadership. Will her energy plan be good for the people of Briton? Nick also discuses the potential axe of school trips and Ben and Jerry's offering the new home secretary a to do list!
08/09/22·2h 15m

Dr Dre interrupts Dr Coffey!

Nick talks to the brand new deputy prime minister Therese Coffey (before being interrupted by Dr Dre!)
07/09/22·2h 15m

Rachel Johnson Discusses her Brother's Departure

A momentous day in politics as we listen live to the final speech Boris Johnson will deliver as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Plus we also hear from his former Chief of Staff, his sister, and the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Simon Clarke.
06/09/22·2h 20m

Political Commentator, Joe Lycett

Lots on the table this morning as we look ahead to the oncoming energy crisis that presumed PM Liz Truss will have to face. Plus Theo Usherwood brings us the latest in an unfortunately long line of violent crimes occurring across the country. Finally, Joe Lycett has stolen the front page of the Mail this morning after an explosive appearance on the BBC this weekend.
05/09/22·2h 11m

Wagwan Boris

Nick Ferrari is here to end your week with all the latest news including the tragic death of a British soldier in Ukraine and the growing concern on energy. He also discusses with guests and callers on the staff shortages in the NHS.
02/09/22·2h 19m

Did You Break The Law In Ibiza?

Nick Ferrari kicks of September in style after a successful Conservative hustings the night before. He is joined by Michael Gove who discusses the leadership contest in the final few days before we get a new PM.
01/09/22·2h 9m

Is It Time To End The Carnival?

Nick Ferrari reports on the events of the day including the death of the final Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev as politicians react to the life of the game changing leader. He also looks back at the shocking events of Diana's death on the 25th anniversary.
31/08/22·2h 17m

Lawless UK

On the show: -Murder investigation launched following fatal stabbing at Notting Hill Carnival -Study finds statins do not lead to aches and pains, despite being listed as side effects -Digital minister Matt Warman joins live
30/08/22·2h 22m

Everyone's lied on their CV

Nick Ferrari speaks to transport secretary Grant Shapps about the future of self driving vehicles and the what that means for our country. He also debates the culture of lying on your CV and Rishi's real world knowledge.
19/08/22·2h 21m

A Level Results Day

Nick Ferrari brings in the first reactions from students and parents as A level results are given out across the country. He also talks Water company sewage leakage and the latest on the Ryan Giggs trial in Manchester
18/08/22·2h 20m

Should we leak private conversations?

Nick Ferrari covers the astronomical inflation rise as the UK sees double digits for the first time in 40 years. He also talks about the controversial Liz Truss leak that puts the potential new PM in hot water leading up the the election.
18/08/22·2h 17m

Do you feel safe in London?

On the show: -Fourth London murder in three days as man is stabbed to death in Soho -Heathrow extends flight restrictions until end of October -Shadow Climate Secretary Ed Miliband joins live
16/08/22·2h 17m

Welcome to McDonalds, what can Nick get for you today?

Would you want your Big Mac and Fries to be cooked by someone old enough to remember when ABBA were last in the charts? After McDonalds announce their plans to attract over 50's into the workplace, that's the question on Nick's mind... PLUS Labour set out their plans to solve the energy crisis and Ricardo Dos Santos levels an attack against the Met Police after being pulled over by SEVEN armed officers.
15/08/22·2h 18m

Dave Is Hoping That It's His

Nick Ferrari talks to Thérèse Coffey about the Lizz Truss's tax cut plans. Also debate sparks over an apparently offensive and misogynistic paint ad. Is it comedy gold or comedy old?
12/08/22·2h 32m

A sheep or a leader?

Energy bills are on everyone's mind as Nick looks ahead to the government's meeting at noon! We also talk to Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary about police failures around the country before hearing about how tuning in to this very radio station might save you from dementia!
11/08/22·2h 24m

The Great British Hosepipe Ban

Nick Ferrari discusses hosepipe bans and the energy crisis and Britain struggles through more days of cost of living uncertainty. Also on the show, debate sparks over a universities decision to add trigger warnings to specific books in their library.
10/08/22·2h 22m

Randal Kleiser pays tribute to Olivia Newton John

Nick Ferrari talks to special guest Randal Kleiser the director of Grease paying tribute to Olivia Newton John. He also tackles nursing strikes and dog ownership price rises as the country continues to feel the pinch of the cost of living crisis.
09/08/22·2h 24m

Gordon Brown's Financial Timebomb

Nick Speaks to former Prime Minister Gordon Brown as he calls for the Government to put together an emergency budget. Also on the show, we hear about the 75'000 people planning to not pay their bills this winter and of Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones' $49m court settlement.
08/08/22·2h 22m

"You sound like Keir Starmer!"

On the show: -Interest rates rise as the Bank of England warns the UK will fall into recession this year -Inquiry after 93-year-old disabled care home resident tasered by police -Business Sec Kwasi Kwarteng joins live
05/08/22·2h 19m

Reporter Charlotte goes swimming...

On the show: -Would you grass up your neighbour over the hosepipe ban? -The Premier League say players will no longer take the knee before every match -Former Health Secretary Sajid Javid joins live
04/08/22·2h 20m

Trusting Truss

On the show: -Liz Truss makes u-turn on cutting public sector pay after Tory backlash -Care and Mental Health Minister Gillian Keegan joins live -Met police officers warned against stripping at 'porn idol' event at London club
03/08/22·2h 20m

Why no Lionesses open top bus?!

The England women's football team denied an open top bus parade, Truss pledges war on civil service waste, and Jacob Rees-Mogg admits he was wrong about no queues in Dover.
02/08/22·2h 19m

"It's come home!"

On the show: -England's Lionesses win Euro 2022 after beating Germany 2-1 -Rishi Sunak has pledged to introduce £10 fines for missed NHS appointments -Work and Pensions Secretary Dr Thérèse Coffey joins live
01/08/22·2h 21m

The morning after the debate before

On the show: -Reaction to the first Tory leadership hustings with ex. Defence Sec Michael Portillo and ex. Comms Director for Boris Johnson, Will Walden -NHS to close child gender identity clinic -Defence Sec Ben Wallace joins live
29/07/22·2h 20m

"Rishi has gone for tails and Liz has gone for heads."

On the show: -Gas bills could rise to almost £4k next year -Sir Keir Starmer sacks shadow transport minister Sam Tarry after he joined rail strike picket -Culture Sec Nadine Dorries and Tory Party Chairman Andrew Stephenson joins live
28/07/22·2h 22m

Britain hit by another rail strike

On the show: -As the country faces another rail strike, Transport Sec Grant Shapps and Network Rail Chairman Sir Peter Hendy join live -League tables for police under Truss plan to cut crime -Business Sec Kwasi Kwarteng joins live
27/07/22·2h 21m

Travel CHAOS

On the show: -As Truss and Sunak clash in Tory leadership debate, Chief Sec to the Treasury Simon Clarke and ex. Cabinet Minister David Davis join live -Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kaye and EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren join live
26/07/22·2h 19m

'Holiday hell' at Folkestone

On the show: -Folkestone becomes the new 'hotspot of holiday hell', with congestion around the Eurotunnel terminal -Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves joins live -Health Select Committee Chair and ex. Health Sec Jeremy Hunt joins live
25/07/22·2h 20m

"They are lower than a snake's belly!!"

On the show: -Official figures show crime at a 20-year high, but charges fall to a record low -Public inquiry into the UK's Covid response begins -A report by the borders watchdog shows a litany of failures
22/07/22·2h 21m

Passport chaos continues

It's Sunk or Truss in the run-off to be the next PM, The wait for passports is long and winding, and would you have stood and applauded Boris after his final stint at PMQs?
21/07/22·2h 19m

UK passes 40C for the first time

On the show: -Kemi Badenoch knocked out of the Tory leadership race -The UK passes 40C for the first time and fires blaze across the country -Chief Sec to the Treasury Simon Clarke joins live
20/07/22·2h 18m

Police chief banned from driving

On the show: -Tom Tugendhat is out of the Tory leadership race and Rishi Sunak remains in poll position -Britain prepares for another day of extreme heat and travel disruption -Transport Secretary Grant Shapps joins live
19/07/22·2h 19m

Call the Cabinet: Anne-Marie Trevelyan

On the show: -Call the Cabinet: Anne-Marie Trevelyan joins live to answer your questions -Heatwave could lead to deaths as temperatures soar across the country -Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Kit Malthouse joins live
18/07/22·2h 19m

COBRA meeting called ahead of UK heatwave

On the show: -Suella Braverman has been knocked out of the Tory leadership race -Water firm bosses need jailing over pollution, says watchdog -Teaches to send pupils home during the heatwave
15/07/22·2h 19m

Who is Mick Lynch backing in the tory leadership race?

On the show: -Rishi Sunak takes the lead in the Tory leadership contest -As another rail strike is announced, RMT union's General Secretary Mick Lynch joins live -Work and Pensions Sec Therese Coffey joins live
14/07/22·2h 21m

"...and she's a woman!"

On the show: -Chancellor and Conservative leadership hopeful Nadhim Zahawi joins live -No 10 blocks Labour's plan to hold a no confidence vote in Johnson's government -Rishi Sunak supporter and Transport Sec Grant Shapps joins live
13/07/22·2h 16m

Dum diddy dum, dum...

On the show: -First interview with former Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis, since his resignation from the government -Train drivers vote for rail strikes over pay -Britain to have a new Prime Minister by 5 September
12/07/22·2h 19m

He's back!

Nick Ferrari is back and what a week it's been. On the show: -Tory leadership candidates set up competing plans to cut taxes, in a bid replace Boris Johnson -Report finds half of UK police forces failing on basic duties -Environment Secretary George Eustice speaks to Nick
11/07/22·2h 19m

Nick Ferrari interviews Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Listen here to Nick's exclusive interview with Prime Minister Boris Johnson where he covers everything from Rwanda to Treehouses! Also in the show Nick covers the horrific story of Logan Mwangi and asks, should Craig Mulligan ever be forgiven?
01/07/22·2h 18m

Liz Truss fumbles her defense

Nick is live from Madrid on the second day of the NATO summit, talking about evicted Ukranian refugees, harassed breastfeeding mothers, and Police failings across the country. We are also joined by the Foreign Secretary, Liz Truss, who is left at a loss for words after a grilling from Nick!
30/06/22·2h 20m

"She's as much a lunatic as him"

While NATO leaders gather in Madrid, Nick speaks to Defence secretary, Ben Wallace live from the summit as the PM urges allies to “dig deep” and prepare for a more dangerous decade ahead. Also, Shadow levelling up secretary, Lisa Nandy talks to Nick as The Labour Party warns of a “perfect storm on the horizon” as local services struggle to cope with rising costs.
29/06/22·2h 14m

Has anyone seen my 5p?!

NATO has announced its biggest overhaul of defences since the cold war, Nick speaks to a former advisor to NATO about what this means for Europe's involvement in the war. Also, as reports of three Tory MP's defecting to Labour emerge, he grills minister for Tech and the Digital Economy, Chris Philip on what this means for the parties future.
28/06/22·2h 14m

3 Million Euros in a Bag For Life?

The first in line to the throne has been accepting cash in bags and the US supreme court has sparked fresh debate here in the UK. Join Nick Ferrari as he tries to make sense of this busy Monday morning!
27/06/22·2h 16m

Polio virus detected in London sewers

The rail strike continues, should we worry over a polio virus return, and get fined if you cross into a cycle lane.
23/06/22·2h 14m

Detention for Hugging

After the chaos of Wednesday's strike, Nick assesses the damage it has done to our capital. Joined by Dominic Raab, we also hear about his new declaration of human rights.
22/06/22·2h 13m

Biggest rail strike in 30 years

Rail strikes across the country & tube strikes in the Capital creates misery for commuters.
21/06/22·2h 17m

Buy later, pay now!

FINA bans trans athletes and Nick talks strikes with the chairman of Network Rail in another busy Monday edition of Nick Ferrari at Breakfast!
20/06/22·2h 13m

Ethics Adviser Lord Geidt quits

Prime Minister Boris Johnson considers scrapping the role of ethics adviser after Lord Geidt's resignation. Also on the show, Business Minister Paul Scully and Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry join live.
17/06/22·2h 11m

Anne 1 vs Anne 2

Home Secretary Priti Patel says the government remains committed to sending asylum seekers to Rwanda. Also on the show, rail strikes are around the corner with a warning not to travel. Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab also joins the show live.
16/06/22·2h 16m

Rwanda flight BLOCKED by ECHR

The first Rwanda asylum flight is cancelled last-minute after a legal battle. Also on the show, Pensions Minister Guy Opperman and Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy join live.
15/06/22·2h 15m

"Stop boring everyone to death"

The Court of Appeal has allowed a deportation flight to Rwanda which is expected to take off today with less than 10 people onboard. Also on the show, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss struggles to answer some of Nick's trickier questions around the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill.
14/06/22·2h 17m

Prime Minister Boris Johnson joins LIVE

Nick Ferrari chats to Prime Minister Boris Johnson exclusively on LBC. Also on the show, public concern grows as Minister Brandon Lewis insists the Rwanda deportation flight will go ahead as planned.
13/06/22·2h 13m

A ruler too far

Two Brits sentenced to death in Russian occupied Ukraine, smoking trigger warnings in films, and possible exclusion from school for forgetting your ruler – has the world gone too far?
10/06/22·2h 10m

"I wouldn't want you driving a tank!"

Cigarettes banned, fuel prices soar and benefit claimants to be given Right to Buy! A busy morning as Michael Gove joins Nick Ferarri at Breakfast
09/06/22·2h 13m

“It’s not a small group of extremists”

Former Deputy Governor at the Bank of England, Sir Charlie Bean speaks exclusively to Nick Ferrari at Breakfast, the biggest rail strikes since 1989 loom and Cineworld axes screenings of ‘blasphemous’ film after protests.
08/06/22·2h 17m

Boris Johnson survives

Nick Ferrari speaks to Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Ed Davey and the PM’s former communication’s director Will Walden, after Boris Johnson survived a vote of no confidence last night.
07/06/22·2h 52m

"You're my hero"

Big show full of big names! Nick Ferrari speaks to Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab, former Met Police Commissioner Lord Stevens and football legend Jamie Carragher.
01/06/22·2h 10m

Christine says NO!

France blames ticket fraud for Champions League final chaos while airlines face further travel mayhem. Also, breaking news as Andrea Leadsom says she condemns Boris Johnson’s ‘unacceptable failings of leadership.'
31/05/22·2h 15m

Return of the penis (debate)

Can a woman be born with a penis? Also on the show, the UK are calling for an investigation into chaos at the Champions League final and Chris Philp, Technology and Digital Economy Minister, joins the show live from Westminster.
30/05/22·2h 10m

Money, Money, Money

Former EasyJet chair Sir Mike Rake speaks to Nick Ferrari, concerns are raised over Rishi Sunak's support package for pensioners and Abba's Voyage show opens in London.
27/05/22·2h 13m

Will Walden doesn't hold back!

Boris Johnson insists the UK needs to move on from partygate after the Sue Gray report and former Communications Director for the PM, Will Walden, says the detail is 'utterly appalling'
26/05/22·2h 14m


Nineteen young children and two adults have died in a shooting at a primary school in Texas. Former Russian PM under Putin, Mikhail Kasyanov, speaks exclusively to Nick Ferrari at Breakfast. Environment Secretary George Eustice says help is on the way (dear...) to support Brits during the cost of living crisis.
25/05/22·2h 14m

"If you come near me I'll hit you"

After much speculation, photos have emerged of PM Boris Johnson drinking at a Downing Street lockdown event. Also, the Elizabeth Line is finally open! Chief Constable of West Midlands Police, Sir Dave Thompson QPM and Transport Secretary Grant Shapps join Nick Ferrari at Breakfast.
24/05/22·2h 14m

'RICHI' Sunak

Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi is unable to say who called a meeting between Sue Gray and PM Boris Johnson while the boss of E.ON Energy warns 40% of customers face fuel poverty. Also, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Simon Clarke, joins Nick Ferrari at Breakfast.
23/05/22·2h 14m

Not invited to work drinks? You could be a target of victimisation

The Met crackdown on speeding, The NHS prescribes app to beat insomnia, and murder cases being investigated from home, claims police chief.
20/05/22·2h 17m

'Dopey Dave' gets banned

Chancellor Rishi Sunak vows to cut taxes for business in his autumn budget while police are being advised to go easy on shoplifters who steal to eat. Is this right? Policing Minister Kit Malthouse is on the show. Also, Nick Ferrari at Breakfast celebrations 1.4 million weekly listeners. Thank you!
19/05/22·2h 18m

Police detective forced to use foodbanks talks to Nick Ferrari

Rishi Suank refuses to rule out windfall tax, some Ukrainian refugees kicked out by their hosts, and police detective who criticised Priti Patel speaks to Nick Ferrari.
18/05/22·2h 16m

Apocalyptic food price rises?!

Bank of England boss warns of apocalyptic food price rises, and the premier league football star that has a come out as gay.
17/05/22·2h 19m


PM Boris Johnson orders ministers to axe 91,000 civil service jobs. Brexit Opportunities Minster Jacob Rees-Mogg tells Nick Ferrari he defends the plans because it will save Brits £3.5bn a year. Hunky-dory...?
13/05/22·2h 14m

EXCLUSIVE: Boris Johnson speaks to Nick Ferrari

Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks exclusively to Nick Ferrari at Breakfast during his trip to Sweden and Finland. Johnson is left speechless and shares his views on Putin, the cost-of-living crisis and 'Beergate'
12/05/22·2h 16m

LIVE from Finland

PM Boris Johnson warns he can't shield everyone from the cost-of-living crisis while Britain's top general admits the Army is not big enough to tackle UK security threats. Also, Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove says Boris Johnson dealt with the Covid pandemic "better than many other countries."
11/05/22·2h 16m

Waitrose-card holder protests

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says he will resign if he is fined over 'beergate' while climate protesters face a year in jail under a Public Order Bill. Policing Minister Kit Malthouse tells Nick eco-protesters who block roads are Waitrose card-holders who can afford to pay £1,000 fines!
10/05/22·2h 16m

"Good to speak to you Nick... see ya"

Nick Ferrari exclusively speaks to former Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane. Also, Dominic Raab accuses Sir Keir Starmer of hypocrisy over 'beergate' and Shadow Heath Secretary Wes Streeting threatens to cut the interview short.
09/05/22·2h 13m

Election Special

A round up of all that happened overnight after local elections
06/05/22·3h 4m

Should BP pay a windfall tax?

Energy company windfall tax, Chelsea FC bid with Seb Coe, and police fail to solve 500 burglaries a day!
04/05/22·2h 17m

The 'Right to Buy' your own home is set to return

Boris plans to bring back 'right to buy' and it's 25 years since Tony Blair became PM.
03/05/22·2h 18m

How many migrants have crossed the channel since Rwanda announcement?

A surprising number of migrants cross channel since government announced the Rwanda deal.
29/04/22·2h 17m

Care home Covid scandal

The government acted unlawfully sending patients back to care homes without testing them for Covid.
28/04/22·2h 16m

Would privatising the Passport office solve the delays?

Boris threatens to privatise passport & DVLA offices, and sharia law in our jails.
27/04/22·2h 14m

Backlash over Mail on Sunday Angela Rayner article

Elon Musk buys twitter, and is cash disappearing?
26/04/22·2h 14m

Rees-Mogg calls for civil servants to be back in the office

All politicians condemn 'misogynistic' Mail on Sunday article, and should civil servants still be working from home?
25/04/22·2h 13m

Boris faces probe over claims he misled parliament

Samantha markle speaks to Nick, and is the PM hiding by visiting India right now?
22/04/22·2h 14m

Prince Harry Jubilee celebration snub?

Back PARTYGATE inquiry or pay the price, says Labour and the fallout from Prince Harry's US TV interview.
21/04/22·2h 15m

Boris says sorry....again

Boris apologises to the commons, and a former PM criticises the plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda.
20/04/22·2h 15m

Archbishop Welby criticises Rwanda plan for migrants

Patel says the critics have no alternatives to sending migrants to Rwanda and Rees-Mogg wants civil servants back in the office.
19/04/22·2h 18m

Channel migrants to be 'processed' in Rwanda...

The Government launch plan to send migrants to Rwanda for processing, and how many party fines would Beccome a problem for Boris?
14/04/22·2h 14m

Can Boris survive the party fine?

Prime Minister and Chancellor fined for attending lockdown party.
13/04/22·2h 17m

Rishi Sunak : calls to release tax return

Rishi Sunak under pressure over his Tax affairs, and the Cambridge student returning to Ukraine to fight.
12/04/22·2h 13m

Was Boris's trip to Kyiv a PR stunt?

The PM does a walkabout in Kyiv, the Sunaks' tax affairs, and the Queen reveals how Covid affected her.
11/04/22·2h 12m

The Chancellor faces questions over wife Akshata Murty's non-dom tax status

The family firm of Rishi Sunak's non-dom status wife made tens of millions of pounds from British taxpayer-funded contracts.
08/04/22·2h 15m

Furious families to protest over visa delays for Ukrainian refugees

More than 160 families sign up for demonstration outside Parliament after being left in the dark over progress of applications.
07/04/22·2h 15m

The new tax year starts today... with a tax hike

Nick speaks with the Health secretary, Sajid Javid, who defends the rise in National Insurance hitting millions of people already struggling to deal with the cost of living crisis.
06/04/22·2h 15m

Trans people can be excluded from single-sex services if justifiable

Transgender people can be legally excluded from single-sex spaces in certain scenarios if there is ‘a sufficiently good reason’, the equalities watchdog has said.
05/04/22·2h 13m

Call the Cabinet with Jacob Rees-Mogg

Brexit Opportunities Minister, Jacob Rees-Mogg, takes your calls on LBC.
04/04/22·2h 18m

The shock of the energy price cap rise

Energy price cap rise, and the Tories trail Labour in the crime polls
01/04/22·2h 13m

Shrewsbury Maternity Scandal

Maternity Scandal led to deaths, and Baby P mother approved for parole.
31/03/22·2h 17m

Prince Andrew escorts the Queen

The Queen has Prince Andrew escort her into the Prince Philip memorial, and Gordon Brown speaks to Nick about the rising cost of living.
30/03/22·2h 10m

Should Will Smith keep his Oscar?

Will Smith apologises to Chris Rock for slapping him at the Oscars, and how many fines have been handed out after partygate.
29/03/22·2h 12m

David Cameron exclusive

David Cameron talks about his mother's Alzheimers diagnosis, and Keir Starmer takes your calls.
28/03/22·2h 19m

Will the UK send tanks to Ukraine?

Tanks to Ukraine, and how has the latest Royal Trip to the Caribbean been received?
25/03/22·2h 11m

Boris Johnson exclusively speaks to Nick

Boris Johnson on Ukraine, the budget, cost of living, and Russia applying to host Euro2028!
24/03/22·2h 10m

Devastating police report

Russian Oligarchs have been dodging sanctions, Met Police corruption report, and it's 2 years since lockdown started.
23/03/22·2h 11m

Fine the damn lot of them!

As MPs criticise the Met Police's Partygate investigation for going on too long, Nick has a solution.
22/03/22·2h 10m

"I will help with costs where I can"

The chancellor has pledged to help "where we can make a difference", as he faces pressure to help households with soaring living costs.
21/03/22·2h 11m

P&O sack 800 workers

P&O shock announcement makes 800 staff redundant, and the soaring price of fuel
18/03/22·2h 11m

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe returns from Iran

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe released by Iran, and thousands of Ukrainian refugees expected in the UK from next week.
17/03/22·2h 10m

How many people have signed up to take refugees?

Ukraine says they won't join NATO, Boris goes cap in hand to Saudi Arabia, and the race to house refugees
16/03/22·2h 10m

Squatters take Oligarch Mansion

Latest on the Ukrainian crisis, and the squatters have moved into an Oligarch's mansion
14/03/22·2h 9m

How many Ukrainian refugees have we taken now?

Online visa applications on the way for Ukrainians, and what will happen to Chelsea Football club now?
11/03/22·2h 17m

US, UK & EU to end use of Russian gas & oil

When will the west give up it's reliance on Russian gas & oil, and report says former House of Commons speaker John Bercow was a serial liar and bully.
09/03/22·2h 11m

How many Ukrainian refugees have we taken?

Ukrainian refugee crisis, and how do we cope if Russian gas is turned off?
08/03/22·2h 9m

UK grants just 50 Ukrainian refugee visas so far

The UK has granted 50 Ukrainian refugee visas so far as the number of people fleeing Ukraine passed 1.5 million.
07/03/22·2h 8m

Which countries are thinking of joining NATO now?

Who could be next to join NATO and the continuing war in Ukraine
04/03/22·2h 10m

Is Putin a war criminal?

Has Putin carried out war crimes already, and Roman Abramovich is selling Chelsea football club.
03/03/22·2h 9m

Is a no-fly zone over Ukraine feasible

UK relaxes visa rules for refugees from Ukraine, is a no-fly zone feasible, and Biden's first State of the Union address.
02/03/22·2h 9m

Refugee crisis as people flee Ukraine

Tube strikes in London, fighting escalates towards Kyiv, and who will take all the Ukranian refugees?
01/03/22·2h 9m

What drives Putin?

Putin puts nuclear forces on high alert, and what type of man really is he?
28/02/22·2h 9m

What will sanctions do to Russia?

Casualties on both sides of the Ukraine conflict and why won't Europe agree to kicking Russia out of the SWIFT banking system?
25/02/22·1h 59m

Putin unleashes Russian forces on Ukraine

Putin forces enter Ukraine, and why is there so much Russian money in the UK?
24/02/22·2h 11m

Trump's amazing claim on Ukraine!

Boris calls for Russia to be stripped of Champions League final, no student loans unless you pass Maths & English, and what would have happened in Ukraine if Trump was still President?
23/02/22·2h 11m

Putin edges into the Ukraine

Is war with Russia over Ukraine inevitable? And Kate Garraway speaks exclusively to Nick.
22/02/22·2h 11m

Brace yourselves : now it's storm Franklin

Living with Covid announcement, more storms on the way, and Jamal Edwards dies at 31.
21/02/22·2h 11m

Andrew settles out of court

Prince Andrew comes to an out of court settlement, and Tom Swarbrick speaks to Kiev Mayor Vitali Klitschko about the Ukraine crisis
16/02/22·2h 14m

Petrol prices pumped up to record high

The cost of living crisis has been ratcheted up yet another notch as the average UK petrol price has surpassed 148p for the first time.
15/02/22·2h 14m

Is there a whiff of Munich in the air?

Russia is "highly likely" to invade Ukraine despite ongoing diplomatic efforts, says UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.
14/02/22·2h 12m

Cressida Dick steps down as Metropolitan Police Chief

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick is leaving her role after a series of damaging controversies.
14/02/22·2h 9m

When will Covid self-isolation law be scrapped?

Covid self-isolation law to be scrapped, is the latest partygate photo damning, and Ben Wallace with the latest on the attempts to diffuse tension in the Ukraine.
10/02/22·2h 12m

Should West Ham have played Zouma?

Kurt Zouma is picked by West Ham to play despite video of him seeming to kick a cat, and NHS waiting lists won't fall until 2024!
09/02/22·2h 14m

Keir Starmer abused on the street

Should Boris Johnson apologise after Keir Starmer abused on the street. and the football star filmed kicking a cat.
08/02/22·2h 11m

Queen Camilla gets royal approval

Queen backs Camilla to become Queen consort, Carrie Johnson claims to be the target of brutal briefing campaigns, and Jimmy Carr says comedy is dead.
07/02/22·2h 11m

Boris loses 5 advisors!

Boris advisors are resigning, energy bills increase gets government support, and Bank of England boss says 'don't ask for a pay rise!'
04/02/22·2h 12m

Your energy bill is set to soar!

The rise in energy bills, crisis at the Met, and is the PM acting like a 'pound shop trump'?
03/02/22·2h 9m

Misogyny and bullying amongst police ranks

Watchdog slams misogyny and bullying in police ranks, and Michael Gove on the levelling up plan
02/02/22·2h 12m

Sue Gray report published 'in full'?

Finally we get to see some of the Sue Gray report, and James Brokenshire's wife calls for better lung cancer screening.
01/02/22·2h 12m

U-turn on mandatory jabs for NHS workers

After warnings it could lead to a shortage of 80,000 workers, Sajid Javid is set to scrap requirements for front-line NHS workers in England to be fully vaccinated.
31/01/22·2h 13m

What will NI rise mean for you?

PM under pressure to drop the NI rise, the WFH tax loophole, and why the delay to the Sue Gray report?
28/01/22·2h 13m

You won't believe what Andrew has done now!

Prince Andrew demands a jury trial, and everyone is waiting for Sue Gray..
27/01/22·2h 1m

How long until the party report is released?

Partygate v Ukraine : which story should we be talking about?
26/01/22·2h 12m

Tensions rise over Ukraine

Another party in Downing Street during lockdown, and tensions rise in Ukraine as Russian troops mass near the border.
25/01/22·2h 12m

The NHS in Wales will take the un-vaccinated staff

Muslim minister claims her faith was reason for her sacking, and if you haven't been jabbed and you work in the NHS in England, you need to start looking for another job.
24/01/22·2h 12m

MPs accuse whips of blackmail

Johnson says he sees no evidence of rebel MPs blackmailed by whips, the looming energy cost crisis, and does the AA prioritise 'lone' women?
21/01/22·2h 11m

Back to Plan A - what can you do now?

What are the new old rules as plan A returns, and where did David Davis get his 'in the name of God, go' phrase from?
20/01/22·2h 12m

Do you know when you're at a party?

Boris doesn't know what a party is, and Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham takes your calls.
19/01/22·2h 15m

Cummings V Johnson : who do you believe?

Dominic Cummings says he'd swear under oath that Boris knew it was a party, and how scared should we be about a conflict with Russia over the Ukraine?
18/01/22·2h 12m

Keir Starmer takes your calls.

Prince Harry in legal fight to pay for his own police protection, and Call Keir : the Labour leader takes your calls
17/01/22·2h 16m

Prince Andrew stripped of military titles

Prince Andrew stripped of military titles, yet more parties at Downing Street and Djokovic visa cancelled again.
14/01/22·2h 14m

Calls for Boris to quit

Nothing worse than calls to quit during a party hangover, and Prince Andrew to face civil sex assault case after a US ruling
13/01/22·2h 13m

The party to end all parties?

Can Boris survive the latest partygate? and the smart motorway rollout paused.
12/01/22·2h 14m

Is this the country's biggest cladding bill?!

Did Boris attend the latest revealed Downing St. party, and we speak to the woman with the highest known fire-safety bill in Britain.
11/01/22·2h 13m

Djokovic released by judge

Djokovic released by a judge in Australia over the visa fiasco, and government wants the companies responsible for fitting unsafe cladding to blocks of flats to pay for their removal.
10/01/22·2h 18m

Love Island star says anyone can be a millionaire

Jailed insulate Britain protester speaks to LBC, and can anyone become a millionaire?
07/01/22·2h 13m

Should Novak Djokovic be allowed in to Australia?

Novak Djokovic visa for Australia cancelled, and no need to get a sick note from your GP to take time off work!
06/01/22·2h 18m

Boris 'riding' Omicron wave...

Boris plans to 'ride out' the Omicron wave, and Colonel Tim Collins gives his opinion on Blair's Knighthood.
05/01/22·2h 19m

How long should you isolate for after Covid?

How long should you isolate for after Covid, and should Tony Blair have his Knighthood withdrawn?
04/01/22·2h 14m


The UK records over 100,000 COVID cases, Dame Maureen Lipman says that ‘cancel culture’ risks wiping out comedy and Nick asks for your defining images of 2021
25/12/21·2h 16m


Edinburgh's Hogmanay events have been cancelled and football matches will be effectively spectator-free as part of tough new Covid rules in Scotland. All outdoor events will be limited to just 500 people to help slow the spread of Omicron. Indoor events such as concerts will be limited to 200 people if they are seated, or 100 for standing. The new restrictions come into force on Boxing Day.
22/12/21·2h 18m


Boris Johnson has ruled out immediately introducing new Covid restrictions, but said the Government would not hesitate to take further action. The Prime Minister said that because of gaps in the data about omicron, the Cabinet had decided to hold back on introducing further Covid restrictions before Christmas. But he warned that the Government would not hesitate to take further action to protect public health from the spread of the omicron variant.
21/12/21·2h 17m


The health secretary has refused to rule out further Covid restrictions for England, as the Omicron variant spreads around the country. A further 12,133 Omicron cases have been confirmed in the UK, although the true number is likely to be far higher. Asked about possible new measures to slow the spread, Sajid Javid said there were "no guarantees in this pandemic". The government and devolved leaders discussed the situation in a Cobra meeting on Sunday.
20/12/21·2h 16m


The Conservatives have lost the North Shropshire seat they held for nearly 200 years to the Liberal Democrats in a by-election blow to Boris Johnson. Winner Helen Morgan overturned a Tory majority of almost 23,000, declaring that the "party is over" for the PM. The result follows a torrid week for Mr Johnson, who has faced criticism over Downing Street parties and a rebellion by his own MPs over Covid measures.
17/12/21·2h 14m

UK Covid cases high record high as Whitty warns of 'more to come'

The UK has recorded the highest number of daily Covid-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, with 78,610 reported on Wednesday. The previous record was 68,053 on 8 January - when the UK was in lockdown. Speaking at a news conference, England's chief medical officer Prof Chris Whitty warned that records "will be broken a lot" in the next few weeks. He added people should "prioritise what matters" with regards to social mixing in the run-up to Christmas.
16/12/21·2h 17m


Boris Johnson has suffered the biggest Conservative rebellion since the 2019 general election as 100 Tory MPs opposed the introduction of COVID certificates for nightclubs and large events in England. In a House of Commons vote that immediately raised further questions over the prime minister's leadership, more than a quarter of Tory MPs opposed a key measure of Mr Johnson's "Plan B" for dealing with COVID infections this winter.
15/12/21·2h 15m

NHS bosses say they 'can't hit booster target'

Boris Johnson’s goal of giving everyone a booster jab by the end of the year is unlikely to be met, NHS leaders warned as huge queues formed outside vaccine centres. Waits of up to five hours were reported at some clinics and the central booking website repeatedly crashed as it struggled to keep up with demand. The UK Health Security Agency estimated that 200,000 people were infected with Omicron today, far more than previously known to have caught Covid-19 in a single day and suggesting that the variant has already outpaced Delta. The prime minister launched an appeal for vaccine volunteers to help the NHS “hit warp speed” on boosters. Councils, fire brigades and police have been asked to offer up any staff trained in delivering jabs. Vaccination centres were told last night to be ready to run 24 hours a day and through Christmas as ministers insisted that boosters take precedence over routine care. Hospitals and GP surgeries were ordered to redeploy staff to support what Amanda Pritchard, head of NHS England, called “an immediate, all-out drive” on boosters.
14/12/21·2h 15m

When is a party not a party?

Zoom party gate, Omicron is a tidal wave, and the ultimate Formula 1 culmination
13/12/21·2h 16m

Where did Bo Jo lose his mojo?

Two years on from his landslide general election victory - where has it all gone wrong for Prime Minister Boris Johnson?
10/12/21·2h 11m


Allegra Stratton has resigned as a government adviser following an angry backlash over a video of No 10 staff joking about holding a Christmas party. The video, obtained by ITV, showed the PM's then-press secretary days after Downing Street staff held a party, laughing over how to describe it.
09/12/21·2h 11m

Tory officials seen joking about No 10 Xmas party during lockdown

Boris Johnson is facing accusations of lying after senior No 10 officials were filmed joking about a lockdown Christmas party that Downing Street insists did not take place. Johnson and his aides have repeatedly denied that the event, reportedly held for staff at No 10 in December last year, broke Covid rules or took place at all. In the leaked video of a mock televised press briefing, an adviser to Johnson is seen joking with Allegra Stratton, the prime minister’s then press secretary, about “a Downing Street Christmas party on Friday night”.
08/12/21·2h 11m

Introducing Hunting Ghislaine: The Trial

Hi Nick Ferrari listener. We’ve got a new podcast we think you’ll enjoy! Last year LBC’s Hunting Ghislaine podcast was listened to over 4 million times. Now, John Sweeney is back with a weekly podcast updating you on all the latest news and commentary from Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial in New York. This podcast is exclusive to Global Player so if you don’t have it, download it now from your app store or visit Once you have Global Player, search for Hunting Ghislaine: The Trial.
07/12/21·1m 21s

Two Met Police Officers jailed.

Met Police Officers jailed for crime scene photos, why did so few Afghan interpreters get brought out of Afghanistan, and booster roll out at a standstill.
07/12/21·2h 14m

What are the new travel rules?

Travel restrictions are back, drug users could get their passport removed, and the pope speaks out on the migrant crisis.
06/12/21·2h 15m

Call the Commissioner

As a LBC poll shows trust in the Metropolitan Police is fraying, Dame Cressida Dick takes your calls on Nick Ferrari at Breakfast.
03/12/21·2h 20m

Is it time to get the elderly off the roads?

A scheme enabling older motorists to avoid prosecution for careless driving should be rolled out across the UK, Government funded experts have recommended. The Older Drivers Task Force said that assessments of driving skills should be offered to all motorists aged 70 and above who are caught committing offences such as accidentally running a red light, unnecessarily slow driving, or poor motorway lane discipline.
02/12/21·2h 14m

Everyone over 18 gets a booster!

Booster bonus, should your Christmas party go ahead, and the repeating BBC xmas schedule.
01/12/21·2h 11m

Which covid restrictions have returned today?

Travel restrictions and mask wearing have returned today, booster jabs for everyone over 18, and your neighbours get to vote on whether you can have an extension.
30/11/21·2h 17m

Omicron variant & the new covid rules

Omicron variant, the migrant crisis, and how Doctors can pick up £4000 a shift!
29/11/21·2h 12m

New super variant puts African countries on travel red list

Britain is bringing in travel restrictions for six African countries due to a new COVID variant that UK experts have called the "worst one we've seen so far".
26/11/21·2h 10m

Biggest loss of life in the English Channel

At least 27 people headed for the UK have drowned in the English Channel near Calais after their boat sank.
25/11/21·2h 11m

Government to introduce “Harper's Law”

Criminals who kill emergency service workers will face mandatory life sentences under a law change brought about by the tireless campaigning of PC Andrew Harper's family and his widow Lissie Harper.
24/11/21·2h 11m

England on course to have 100,000 children in care

The number of children in care in England could reach almost 100,000 by 2025, according to new analysis, because of a lack of viable alternatives such as foster families.
23/11/21·2h 12m

Call the Cabinet with Nadhim Zahawi

Nadhim Zahawi, Education Secretary and Conservative MP for Stratford-on-Avon, takes your calls on Nick Ferrari at Breakfast
22/11/21·2h 15m

Andrew Lloyd Webber joins Nick

Home office figures show Police abused Stop & Search powers last year, and Andrew Lloyd Webber joins Nick in the studio.
19/11/21·2h 11m


18/11/21·2h 12m

Is Yorkshire Cricket Club institutionally racist?

Azeem Rafiq gives evidence at a house of commons select committee about the abuse he received at Yorkshire Cricket Club.
17/11/21·2h 11m

Booster Jabs for over 40s!

Booster jabs to save Christmas, and how much are the government pledging per child to tackle obesity
16/11/21·2h 12m

Keir Starmer takes you calls

Migrant crossings could reach epidemic levels warns ex-border force chief, and Call Keir, the Labour Party leader takes your calls.
15/11/21·2h 16m

Baby dies with Covid after mum refuses to get jab

A mum whose baby died with Covid after she refused to be vaccinated has said "horror stories" put her off getting a jab. Ivy-Rose Court tested positive for the viral illness when she was born 14 weeks premature weighing just 2lb 30z. Her mum Katie Leeming, 22, said she did not get jabbed after hearing about the negative effects on mums-to-be on pregnancy forums online. After catching Covid, she was so sick that she had to give birth at just 26 weeks. Experts have repeatedly said the jabs are safe for mums-to-be and their babies.
12/11/21·2h 8m

NHS staff must be jabbed

NHS staff have to get their covid vaccine or lose their job, and when did you last use a phonebox?
10/11/21·2h 9m

No jab, No job...

Carer who is not vaccinated has to do her last shift in care, and 84 more miles of smart motorway to open.
09/11/21·2h 8m

Do you need a Covid booster to travel?

Covid booster and travel, and should MPs be allowed a 2nd job?
08/11/21·2h 13m

How much will net zero cost you?

Government u-turn triggers Owen Paterson resignation, Sir Martin Sorrell on the Bank of England, and the true cost of net zero
05/11/21·2h 11m

Is Tory sleaze back?

Anger as Tory MP avoids suspension, how much has insulate Britain cost the MET, and is the new John Lewis Xmas Ad any good?
04/11/21·2h 11m

How many carers will get sacked if not jabbed?

PCs admit sharing photos of murdered sisters, 60,000 carers face sack over compulsory jab, and Sajid Javid says 'heads should roll at Yorkshire cricket club.
03/11/21·2h 15m

Smart motorways : they should be suspended say MPs

Archbishop of Canterbury compares climate change to Nazis, smart motorways should be suspended say MPs, and the Old Vic cancels Terry Gilliam.
02/11/21·2h 12m

COP26 : what will it achieve?

French fishing row continues, what's with COP26, and how useful is the 111 service?
01/11/21·2h 11m

Gordon Brown speaks to Nick Ferrari at Breakfast

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to Nick about the urgent need to rollout Covid vaccines across the globe and, as a former Chancellor of the Exchequer, he also gives his verdict on Rishi Sunak's latest Budget.
29/10/21·2h 6m

Rise in fuel duty axed as petrol prices surge to an all-time high

The Chancellor confirmed in the Budget that fuel duty increases have been cancelled, just as petrol prices hit record highs at the pumps.
28/10/21·2h 6m

Sandal wearing Sunak's Budget

Nick looks ahead to what Chancellor Rishi Sunak might say in his Budget statement today.
27/10/21·2h 8m

What a stink!

Some MPs are facing fury after voting against amending a bill which would stop water companies dumping raw sewage into Britain's rivers and seas
26/10/21·2h 6m

World's first Ultra Low Emission Zone expands to cover Inner London

London’s pollution charge zone has just become 18 times larger with drivers of vehicles which do not comply being charged £12.50 a day
25/10/21·2h 6m

GPs threaten industrial action

Covid cases back over 50,000, GPs threaten industrial action over in-person appointments, and Alec Baldwin fatally shoots the director of photography on his latest movie with a prop gun.
22/10/21·2h 7m

Police to verify their ID with a video call to the station

Nick looks at the latest covid news, with gloomy outlooks being given for Christmas. Again. Also in the show: we speak to a woman's rights campaigners about the new police ID system, and the boycott of clubs where girls are being spike by injections. We also ask: are fraudsters getting a free rein?
21/10/21·2h 8m

The drive for Net Zero

Nick Ferrari looks at the governments new plans to push for Net Zero, with questions over how it can be compatible with the government's levelling up agenda with Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng. Plus, we celebrate the life and work of legendary composer Leslie Bricusse.
20/10/21·2h 8m

Southend gets city status

David Amess legacy sees Southend get city status, England get handed a 2 match stadium ban, and grants for heat pumps.
19/10/21·2h 12m

Sir David Amess

Nick Ferrari gets the latest following the killing of Sir David Amess and remembers him with Labour and Conservative MPs alike, asking: does more need to be done to protect MPs?
18/10/21·2h 11m

Get £100 on tap today

People using contactless cards can now spend up to £100 a time after the limit on payments more than doubled from £45
15/10/21·2h 11m

GPs get £250m fund to increase face to face appointments

Plan ahead for Christmas, GPs named & shamed if they fail to see patients and Prince William criticizes space tourism.
14/10/21·2h 12m

Why are unemployed people not taking up available jobs?

As a report suggests that jobs available in the UK are at a 20-year high, Nick Ferrari asks: Why are people not filling the jobs available? Oliver Dowden, Chair of the Tory Party joins to answer questions from Boris Johnson's holiday to the shipping jam at Felixstowe port and Rachael Venables reports live from an Insulin Britain roadblock.
13/10/21·2h 27m

Is Fracking the answer to the energy crisis?

Christmas supply problems, and do we need to start fracking again to solve the energy crisis?
12/10/21·2h 11m

How many days a week should GPs work?

The Energy crisis - should the government bailout companies, and how many days a week should GPs work?
11/10/21·2h 12m

How much are your energy bills going up by?

Cost of living to go up due to the energy crisis and the Saudi led takeover of Newcastle United
08/10/21·2h 12m

The reviews of Boris' conference speech

How did Boris speech at conference go down with voters?
07/10/21·2h 13m

The Universal Credit uplift comes to an end

The end of the £20 uplift to UC, and Dominic Raab speaks to Nick at the Conservative party conference
06/10/21·2h 13m

Boris Johnson joins Nick at Conference

The PM joins Nick in the studio at the Conservative party conference.
05/10/21·2h 17m

Rishi Sunak joins Nick

The chancellor joins Nick at the Conservative party conference
04/10/21·2h 17m

Sarah Everard murderer gets whole life sentence

Sarah Everard murderer get whole life term - should Cressida Dick resign? and how many GP visits are now face to face?
01/10/21·2h 12m

Sir Keir Starmer joins Nick

Sir Keir Starmer joins Nick following his speech at the Labour Party conference
30/09/21·2h 14m

Is the petrol crisis easing?

Boris says the petrol crisis is easing, and what will be in Keir Starmer's speech?
29/09/21·2h 13m

How much do Labour want the minimum wage to be?

The Army are instructed to start training soldiers to drive fuel trucks. Inquiry into smart motorways ordered, and do Labour know what they want the minimum wage to be?
28/09/21·2h 18m

Is there any fuel left?

Panic at the pumps day 4, and reports from the Labour Party conference
27/09/21·2h 14m


BP has warned it has had to "temporarily" close some of its petrol stations due to a shortage of lorry drivers. The oil firm said only "a handful" of sites were affected by the fuel supply issues due to a lack of unleaded and diesel fuel. There are around 1,200 BP branded petrol stations around the UK, of which 300 are operated by BP themselves. The company said it was working hard to address the issues.
24/09/21·2h 9m

Two more energy firms go bust

How many energy firms will be left as wholesale gas prices surge, Universal Credit cut 'vindictive' says Gordon Brown, and Keir Starmer's 14,000 word essay!
23/09/21·2h 13m

As Johnson meets Biden, there's no sign of a trade deal with the US

US/UK trade deal isn't happening any time soon says Biden, the money wasted in the NHS on excess prescriptions, and Priti Patel says 'I'll lock up the eco mob'
22/09/21·2h 13m

Energy crisis - how long do we have?

The lack of CO2 will lead to food shortages in weeks, M25 protests back for 2nd time in two days, and could James Bond ever be a woman?
21/09/21·2h 13m

How many UK energy firms will go bust?

Energy crisis leads to several energy companies going bust. Climate activists try again to block M25, and the NHS diversity Tsar gets paid more than the PM.
20/09/21·2h 15m

Is this a new Cold War?

The Australian US and UK pact is denounced as irresponsible by the Chinese, and the Insulate Britain protestors are out on the M25 but with less success this time.
17/09/21·2h 11m

Boris shuffles the pack

Cabinet shuffle winners and losers and how should the M25 climate protestors be treated?
16/09/21·2h 14m

Insulate Britain block the M25 again!

Nicki Minaj gets in a twitter spat with Boris Johnson & Climate Protestors block the M25 for a second time in a week
15/09/21·2h 14m

Your 12 yr old can get their own Covid-19 vaccine

The government opens up the Covid-19 vaccine programme to 12-15 year olds and they can decide to get their vaccine despite their parents wishes, and should all meat be marked with how it was produced?
14/09/21·2h 18m

M25 closed by protestors

Vaccine passports shelved in England, and protestors close several junctions on the M25
13/09/21·2h 15m

French Fury at Home Sec Priti Patel

Boats carrying migrants across the English Channel could be turned back from the UK, if personally approved by Home Secretary Priti Patel. The government has authorised Border Force officials to use the new tactic - but only in limited circumstances. However France is strongly against the plan, saying it breaks maritime law and accusing the UK of blackmail.
10/09/21·2h 12m


The Education Secretary said on Wednesday that he made a "genuine mistake" in an interview with the Evening Standard when he said he had met Mr Rashford online, when he meant Mr Itoje. Both sportsmen are black, prompting accusations of racism, leading Nick Ferrari to grill Care Minister Helen Whately over the case.
09/09/21·2h 14m

1000 migrants cross channel in a day

Migrant crisis gets worse, and the new social care plan from the Prime Minister
07/09/21·2h 13m

Vaccine passports are coming

Vaccine passports coming this month and, Grenfell Tower : should it be demolished over safety fears?
06/09/21·2h 17m

Friday 3rd Sep

A report highlights the amount of child abuse in religious institutions and Justice Secretary Robert Buckland.
03/09/21·2h 7m

Piers Morgan cleared by OFCOM

Piers Morgan comments about Meghan cleared by OFCOM, and double child murderer Colin Pitchfork released from jail.
02/09/21·2h 14m

Geronimo owner speaks to Nick Ferrari

President Biden says he was not going to extend the Afghan war forever, and the Alpaca, Geronimo, loses its appeal against Defra and is put down. Nick speaks to his owner.
01/09/21·2h 17m

Afghanistan - The final withdrawal

Who comes off worst in the Afghan crisis, gender neutral Police uniforms, and should disposable nappies be taxed more?
31/08/21·2h 13m

Blasts outside Kabul airport kills at least 73 people

At least 73 people have died, including 13 US service personnel, after two blasts and a gunfight outside Kabul airport.
27/08/21·2h 10m

Will the Doctor see you now?

GPs have been accused of improving their own work-life balance while worsening the life-death balance of their patients who are demanding the return of face-to-face appointments.
26/08/21·2h 12m

Food shortages at their worst due to Covid and Brexit

A supermarket boss claims current food shortages are the worst he’s ever seen as shops and restaurants struggle for stock amid labour shortages from a lack of fruit pickers, meat processors, HGV drivers and other related roles.
25/08/21·2h 12m

'That's B*****ks Nick!' says Defence Secretary

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace dismisses claims former Royal Marine Pen Farthing has been 'cut off by the MoD' and left 'to fend for himself' in Afghanistan.
24/08/21·2h 11m

Tony Blair slams Joe Biden's 'imbecilic' retreat from Afghanistan

Former prime minister Tony Blair has slammed President Biden for the 'imbecilic' military pullout of Aghanistan and says the crisis reveals that the UK risks being relegated to "the second division of global powers".
23/08/21·2h 11m

Bad call, Minister - Dominic Raab fights for his political future

Dominic Rabb is coming under increasing pressure to resign after it emerged a crucial phone call the foreign secretary was urged to make to help evacuate interpreters in Afghanistan did not happen, the Foreign Office has admitted. Nick checks public opinion with Peter Kellner, former President of YouGov, and gets the Westminster perspective from Trevor Kavanagh, Political Columnist at the Sun and the paper's former political editor.
20/08/21·2h 9m

How much will your Rail fare go up by?

Who's to blame for the Afghan crisis? Geronimo the Alpaca on a final appeal, and which London borough will rip up its Low Traffic Neighbourhood scheme?
19/08/21·2h 13m

Afghan women will have rights within islamic law

Afghan women will have rights within islamic law, says Taliban leader. Nandos shuts 50 restaurants, and could Aspirin be a treatment for breast cancer?
18/08/21·2h 15m

Biden defends US withdrawal from Afghanistan

Biden defends US withdrawal from Afghanistan, and is your local hospital likely to collapse?
17/08/21·2h 12m

Kabul captured by the Taliban

As Kabul falls to the Taliban, what hope for Afghanistan now?
16/08/21·2h 13m

Should we send troops back to Afghanistan?

Is the Taliban resurgence our fault? 6 people die in a shooting in Plymouth, and a tribute to the actress Una Stubbs, who has died aged 84.
13/08/21·2h 11m

Record GCSE results are in

GCSE results day, and Cressida Dick takes your calls
12/08/21·2h 18m

How much is Lionel Messi earning at PSG!

Criminals removed from deportation flights to Jamaica, Lionel Messi signs for PSG, and TFL boss joins Nick for a chat.
11/08/21·2h 22m

Prince Andrew accused of sexually abusing Virginia Giuffre in US lawsuit

Virginia Giuffre, who alleges she was brought to the UK aged 17 to have sex with the Duke of York, has filed a civil case in New York claiming he abused her. Nick speaks with Royal Commentator, Associate Editor at the Daily Telegraph and fellow LBC presenter Camilla Tominey.
10/08/21·2h 13m

Alpacas are marching on Downing Street to save Geronimo

Geronimo the alpaca has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis on two occasions, leading the Department of Food, Environment and Rural Affairs to rule that he must be euthanised. Nick speaks with Geronimo's owner, Helen MacDonald, who recently lost her final appeal at the High Court in London to save her beloved animal.
09/08/21·2h 14m

Your vaccination questions answered

Covid-19 App pings on the rise again, infected blood inquiry, and Ask the Experts with your calls about getting vaccinated.
30/07/21·2h 11m

RNLI chief hits out over migrant rescue abuse

After some RNLI volunteers were heckled by members of the public for rescuing migrants, the charity's chief executive Mark Dowie spoke out as record numbers attempt to cross the English Channel.
29/07/21·2h 11m

Wed 28th July - Nick meets Boris

In an extended interview with Boris Johnson, Nick & Boris discuss Policing, vaccination, press freedom and lots more.
28/07/21·2h 11m

Tue 27th July : Covid cases dropping

Covid cases on the retreat? The government's new crime plan, and did a British woman catch Covid in a quarantine hotel?!
28/07/21·2h 11m

Monday 26th - Will Spain and Greece end up on the amber list?

Monday 26th Javid apologises for saying cower remark over Covid, more travel chaos ahead, and Keir Starmer takes calls.
27/07/21·2h 14m

Friday 23rd July

Friday 23rd July
26/07/21·2h 10m

Seb Coe on the Tokyo Olympics

Migrant crisis crossing the channel deepens, Lord Seb Coe on the GB Olympic hopefuls, and the latest on the 3% NHS Pay Rise.
22/07/21·2h 12m

Record number of migrants cross the channel

The UK government gives French authorities £55million to clamp down on channel crossings, backlash as pinged staff rules are unworkable and wolf whistling could be made a crime.
21/07/21·2h 11m

Will you need a vaccine passport?

Vaccine passports to go clubbing are coming and the West End shows that can't go on...
20/07/21·2h 20m


How is freedom day going?
19/07/21·2h 15m

How many people are getting pinged by the NHS App?!

So many people getting pinged by the Covid App that businesses can't run, Hammersmith bridge re-opens, and Simon Calder answers travel questions.
16/07/21·2h 11m

Online racists should get banned from football says Johnson

Ban racists from football says Johnson, Winter virus & Flu could break the NHS, and sugar tax proposal.
15/07/21·2h 11m

Should a double killer be getting released?

Colin Pitchfork's parol release confirmed, Tech chiefs quizzed over social media racial abuse, and face masks set to remain compulsory on London Underground.
14/07/21·2h 16m

Mings v Patel

Tyrone Mings accuses Priti Patel of gesture Politics.
13/07/21·2h 18m

The morning after

The morning after England lose the Euros Final. Why didn't it come home?
12/07/21·2h 11m

Labour hold on to Batley & Spen

Labour just cling on in the Batley & Spen by-election, the Euros has been spreading covid says Sage advisor, and what is causing 'hundreds' of cat deaths?
02/07/21·2h 11m

Introducing 'I've Been Thinking with Peter Frankopan'

Hi, Nick Ferrari listener, We’ve got another brand new podcast we think you’ll enjoy. ‘I’ve Been Thinking’ is a new weekly show hosted by Peter Frankopan. As well as being a best-selling author (Silk Roads), Professor of Global History and Oxford and voted as one of the World’s Top 50 Thinkers, Peter uses this podcast to speak with some incredible guests looking at topics from around the world that help understand and explain the past, present and future. Guests include former Director of the FBI James Comey and Chinese artist & activist Ai Weiwei. This is a taster of what you can expect from the show. If you like what you hear please search for I’ve Been Thinking with Peter Frankopan on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts.
01/07/21·2m 42s

Should the man who tackled Chris Whitty be sacked?

School pupil bubbles should be scrapped says Education Sec, the man who confronted Chris Whitty in the street has been sacked, and Princess Diana would have been 60 today
01/07/21·2h 17m

Is it coming home?

School kids self isolating chaos, and dare we believe England can win the Euros?
30/06/21·2h 15m

Sajid Javid sets his lockdown easing date...

Sajid Javid spells out when the current lockdown restrictions should end and should Chris Whitty get police protection after. being attacked for a second time?
29/06/21·2h 11m
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