Nigel Farage to host radio programme on LBC
Nigel Farage to host radio programme on LBC
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Nigel Farage to host radio programme on LBC

Nigel Farage will head back to Leicester Square this weekend to host his own late-night show on LBC.

The leader of the UK Independence Party will be live on the Global news talk station this Sunday from 10pm to 1am, when he stands in for regular presenter Ian Collins to present the one-off programme.

Nigel Farage said: “Love me or hate me, I’ll be talking about the big issues of the day. Call up and come and have a go if you think you’re hard enough!”

James Rea, LBC’s managing editor, told RadioToday: “LBC has a long history of welcoming leaders and senior figures from across the political spectrum. Nigel is well known for being a straight talking politician. The combination of his opinionated and outspoken style together with the insightful questioning from our listeners will make his programme edge of your seat radio.”

Nigel Farage hosts a fortnightly phone in during Nick Ferrari’s breakfast show called ‘Phone Farage’.

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