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Click of the Day

Choice chunks, more-ish morsels, best bits... For your delight and delectation, this is our pick of BBC Radio Lancashire from the last seven days!

Thursday 18th June 2009

Two teachers from the county received accolades in the North West Teaching Awards at the Lowry. Gaynor Stubbs from Wensley Fold Primary, Blackburn and Laura Johnston from Lancaster Road Primary School, Morecambe won awards.

So what makes a teacher so good? Maria Felix Vas went to Wensley Fold Primary to get the lowdown on Mrs Stubbs...

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David Saville followed on with Ted's "midges" theme by going to Midge Hall near Leyland where he met up with two local characters.

Keith Henderson  - the landlord of local pub - and Bill Swires who has lived there all his life talked about the history behind the name Midge Hall.  That led on to Sod Hall Lane...and then to Bill's unusual occupation as the only ostrich keeper in Midge Hall...

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Wednesday 17th June 2009

The Nolan sisters are back! Twenty five years on since their last tour they are about to do it all again. 

Coleen, Bernie, Linda and Maureen talked to Ted Robbins on Wednesday morning about the reunion...

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Tuesday 16th June 2009

After weeks of uncertainty Accrington Stanley fans can finally look forward with more hope and belief.

Poor finances, dwindling gates, a betting scandal and the possibility of seeing the club wound-up all cast a dark cloud over Accrington Stanley recently.

However, the announcement that Dave O'Neill has become majority shareholder, has ended any fears the League Two side would be consigned to history.

O'Neill and Chief Executive Rob Heys, joined Phil Cunliffe to reflect on recent events...

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TV actor Bruce Jones - who played Les Battersby in Coronation Street - joined Ted Robbins to tell him about a new TV series on homelessness. The show involved him and other celebrities experiencing what it's really like to be homeless in Britain today...

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Monday 15th June 2009

As part of men's health week producer Liz is setting Brett a new challenge every day - to make him a real man!

Monday's challenge was arm wrestling. Two times world and European champion Neil Pickup came into the studio to give Brett some tips...

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Ted Robbins got stuck into a variety of locally grown veggies when he was joined in the studio by the Wareing family from Tarleton - vegetable growers who have just been nominated Independent Fresh Produce Retailer of the year. 

Clive and Debbie showed Ted what's what; and told him why a bit of muck won't do any harm...

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Sunday 14th June 2009

BBC Radio Lancashire's country music presenter Joe Fish has won another award - the Country Music Broadcaster of the Year from the Country Music of America Association.

Eleanor Levin, who's sitting in for Joe whilst he's in Nashville, woke Joe up early in his hotel room to pass on our congratulations...

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last updated: 19/06/2009 at 12:47
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