Trisha Goddard has a new show with talkRadio (Picture: Rex)
Trisha Goddard will be transitioning from TV screens to the airwaves as she has joined the talkRadio family.
The former talk show host has landed her own weekend show which launches this Saturday, and promises to tackle ‘big moral dilemmas’.
Announcing the news, Trisha said in a statement: ‘talkRadio is full of lively debate and no nonsense broadcasting. I can’t wait to join the team and speak with listeners across the UK about the biggest national stories and the big moral dilemmas of the day.’
From current affairs and politics, to social issues, Trisha is encouraging listeners to call-in to ‘the bravest transatlantic talk show in Britain’ in a unique live show from the US.
Trisha will discuss the big stories of the week in her trademark style, offering her own advice on the big moral dilemmas of our time and leaving plenty of space for listeners to have their say.
talkRadio Programme Director Dennie Morris said: “Trisha is a household name and will give our listeners and viewers big common sense opinion in a quintessential talkRadio way. talkRadio is the fastest growing speech station in the UK and is now fully visualised across social channels including our live TV-quality video output on YouTube.
Trisha’s first show is this Saturday afternoon (Picture: talkRadio)
‘Trisha’s new show brings more stardust to our line-up and will give listeners lots of opportunity to interact through phone-ins and social interaction, as we further bolster our multi-channel output for audiences.’
Trisha is known for being unafraid to speak her mind and has been particularly outspoken about racism over the past year.
In a recent column for The Sun, the presenter wrote: ‘As a Black woman living between the US and UK, I will often encounter an older white Brit in either country telling me, “We don’t like Meghan Markle” (even if they’re alone.)
‘Then I’m likely to be told how grateful I should be to be “accepted” when Ms Markle isn’t.’
Trisha’s new talkRadio show will broadcast from 1pm to 4pm this Saturday.
Credit: Original article published here.