Corby Radio News

17th August 2019

Jimmy Kimmel Live! has been fined $395,000 (£325,000) for using a simulated presidential emergency alert during a skit, a US regulator has announced.

Photographs, artwork and personal items charting Ed Sheeran’s rise from busker to one of the biggest music stars in the world will go on display next week.

Easy Rider actor and writer Peter Fonda has died aged 79 after respiratory failure from lung cancer, his family have said.

Young musicians are leading the revival of jazz music as streaming sites like Spotify report a growth in the number of people under 30 listening to the genre.

The Brexit deadline is just weeks away.

A power-sharing agreement has been signed in Sudan between the ruling military council and the main opposition coalition.

Jeremy Corbyn has refused to say if he would support another caretaker prime minister, adding that Labour should be invited to form a government if MPs make it clear they have no confidence in Boris Johnson’s administration.

Australian batsman Steve Smith was forced off the field during the second Ashes Test after being struck by a 92.4mph delivery.

The father of a police officer killed while responding to reports of a burglary says his family are "in a bad place".

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