Entertaining chat and interviews covering sport, showbiz and news with Phil Williams, taken from his…
Everton FC has apologised for re-designing the crest without consulting fans. It says the new version will stand for the next season only, before a full consultation over a new design ready for the 2014-15 season. Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson - a massive Toffees fan - welcomes the change of heart.
A year after the launch of the Portas Pilots, a warning that as many as one in five High Street shops could close over the next five years. Phil speaks to one businessman who's doing his best to buck the trend.
After ten years, Channel 4 show Shameless drew to a close tonight - but taking its place seems to be whole new glut of reality TV shows about the lives of disadvantaged people. Programmes like Skint, People Like Us, My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding and Here Comes Honey Boo Boo have been getting huge ratings - but critics say they're little more than "poverty porn".
And Phil's 1130 interview is with the award-winning novelist Kishwar Desai about her new book "The Sea of Innocence" which looks at sexual violence against women in India.
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