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Matthew Stiles | Space X Falcon Launch

8th February 2018 | Politics

Matthew Stiles | Space X Falcon Launch

On his radio show every Thursday, Matthew Stiles breaks down some of the most contentious new stories from the past week and answers the questions you can’t quite work out the answers to…

Elon Musk seems vindicated after his Falcon Heavy rocket successfully launched a Tesla into space to the tune of David Bowie’s greatest hits.

The new rocket is effectively three Falcon 9’s strapped together, and is the second most powerful rocket available; with its re-usable thrusters it seems to be a giant step for mankind’s space exploration ambitions.


But, is this a new era of space travel? In this segment of his show, Matt looks at the history of space exploration from the ‘Space Race’ to today, and he assesses Elon’s desire for humankind to ascend – quiet literally – to becoming an interstellar species.

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Matthew Stiles | Space X Falcon Launch

Matthew Stiles looks at the history of space exploration and assesses Elon Musk's desire for humankind to become an interstellar species. (9 minutes)



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Hyer's Highlights: The Brexit Impact Report

4th February 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: The Brexit Impact Report

It has been revealed in a leaked document that the government’s new analysis of the impact of Brexit confirms how the UK would be worse off outside the European Union under every scenario modelled.

The assessment, which is titled ‘EU Exit Analysis Briefing’, dated January 2018, looked at three of the most plausible Brexit scenarios based on existing EU arrangements. According to the analysis, under a comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU, UK growth would be 5% lower over, whilst a “no deal” scenario, which would see the UK revert to WTO rules, would reduce growth by 8% over that period.


Even the softest Brexit option of continued single-market access would, in the longer term, still lower growth by as much 2%, which would mean growth reverting to zero.

The government was eager to hide these statistics, and many Leave voters still prioritise the issues of sovereignty and immigration over the economy.

On Benji Hyer’s Sunday show, listener Jessica messaged saying that, in all honesty, the Brexit debate has not been about the economy for a long time. Here’s what Benji said to response to that…

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Benji Hyer on the Brexit Impact Report

Benji Hyer responds to listener Jessica who commented that the Brexit debate has not been about the economy for a long time. (5 minutes)

Matthew Stiles | Innocent Until Proven Guilty

27th January 2018 | Politics

Matthew Stiles | Innocent Until Proven Guilty

On his radio show every Thursday, Matthew Stiles breaks down some of the most contentious new stories from the past week and answers the questions you can’t quite work out the answers to…

The principle of innocent until proven guilty has been a staple of Western legal culture for hundreds of years, acting as the underpinning of our entire legal system.

But, in recent years we have seen a disrespect for this principle, jumping on bandwagons and instigating witch-hunts at the drop of a hat.

In this segment of the show, Matt looks at the idea that we don’t respect the principle anymore and discusses whether this is a problem here to stay, or a sweeping up of emotion caused by more recent news.

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Matthew Stiles | Innocent Until Proven Guilty

Matthew Stiles answers the listener question: Why is innocent until proven guilty not respected anymore? (10 minutes)



Listen to Matthew Stiles exclusively on W!ZARD Radio Station, every Thursday from 4pm (UK) or click here to listen to the full latest episode on W!ZARD Repeats.