Children worried peers families cannot afford presents this Christmas survey
Around a third of young people are worried their friends or classmates will not get presents or be able to celebrate Christmas because of their family’s money worries, according to a survey by a children’s charity.
Fraught week for Rishi Sunak as warring Tory factions mull over his Rwanda Bill
Conservative MPs are meeting today to decide whether to back the legislation tomorrow
Rishi Sunak to be quizzed on Eat Out scheme and lockdowns at Covid inquiry
It kicks off a crucial week for the Prime Minister
Secondary schools with poorest pupils faced biggest cuts say experts
Secondary schools with the most disadvantaged pupils have been hit hardest by funding cuts over the last decade, according to new research.
Strictly finalists revealed as 10th celebrity eliminated from show
Annabel Croft has become the 10th celebrity eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing leaving finalists Bobby Brazier, Ellie Leach and Layton Williams.
Relentless London protests creating Met Police funding gap Sadiq Khan warns
The Mayor of London has outlined major concerns that a sustained cycle of protests and vigils held in the capital is creating a funding gap for the Metropolitan Police.
Ellie Leach says Im so much more confident in myself now since Strictly began
Ellie Leach said she has surprised herself by how much her confidence has grown since joining Strictly Come Dancing three months ago.
Tories cannot govern while fighting like rats in a sack says Keir Starmer
Sir Keir Starmer will argue that the Conservatives have shredded their ability to govern the nation as their warring factions are “fighting like rats in a sack”.
King chooses coronation Christmas card but family photo for William and Kate
The King and Queen have chosen a coronation day photograph taken at Buckingham Palace for their Christmas card this year.
Maya Jama confirmed as host of Love Island All Stars in new teaser clip
Maya Jama will host Love Island: All-Stars when the show airs in January, it has been announced.
Protesters in Edinburgh call for action on the climate emergency
Protesters gathered outside the Scottish Parliament in a “global day of action” to support Cop28.
Storms Elin and Fergus named as weather warnings in place across UK and Ireland
Storm Elin is bringing strong winds and heavy downpours to parts of the UK and Ireland.
Stephen Fry says he feels self conscious going out without walking stick
Stephen Fry has said he feels “self conscious” going out without his walking stick which he has been using since his recovery from a fall in September.
Queen Elizabeth II wanted effective security for Harry and Meghan to continue
The details have emerged in court documents
Marvin Humes is sixth campmate voted off Im A CelebrityGet Me Out Of Here
It means the final four are Sam Thompson, Tony Bellew, Nigel Farage, and Josie Gibson
Britain abstains on UN vote demanding ceasefire in Gaza
Friday night's vote at the Security Council saw the US use it's veto to block the proposal
Sunaks Rwanda legislation given 50 at best chance of success
Meanwhile former immigration minister Robert Jenrick predicts it will fail
Call for investigation after train passengers stranded for more than three hours
It happened after damage to overhead electric cables in west London last night
Mourners line streets of Dublin to say goodbye to Shane MacGowan
The songwriter, who found fame as the lead singer of The Pogues, died at the age of 65 last week
PM faces fresh pressure as 290 million cost of grounded Rwanda scheme emerges
Rishi Sunak is facing fresh pressure over his beleaguered Rwanda policy after it emerged the cost of the scheme has already reached £240 million, despite it never being used.
Daytimes with Les Adam
10:00am - 1:00pm
Les lives and breathes Rotherham, and he will play you the biggest hits across Rotherham and South Yorkshire, with his own style of cheeky banter.
The Late Lunch with Stu White
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Stu plays the biggest hits for your weekday on your late lunch break, have a go on 'Hook Line and Stinker' plus 'Stories of life's little quirks' and he keeps you company with his banter.
Craig Baileys' Big Drive Home
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Craig gets you home weekday afternoons from 4pm till 7pm with his ‘witty banter’ and the biggest hits, he’ll also keep you up to date with what’s happening on the roads across Rotherham & South Yorkshire
Evening show with Nigel James
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Nigel sits in for Bruce on the evening show with all the biggest hits and all the local goings on across Rotherham and South Yorkshire.