Karen Gabay and Mr V with Manchester's black news and music.
Grammy nominees Hiatus Kayote talk Australian soul. Karen Gabay presents.
Soul singer Carol Riddick talks about her exchange visit to Manchester.
Manchester scientist, Dr Erinma Ochu, talks about her Queen's Birthday Honours award.
Mary Wilson of the Supremes chats about her tour. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Karen Gabay talks to Yvonne Johanneson about her father, Albert.
Pauline Black of The Selecter talks about subculture. Mike Shaft presents.
Karen Gabay and Mr V play tribute to BB King who died this week.
Karen Gabay and Mr V speak to author Emy Onoura on the history of black footballers.
Karen Gabay and Mr V hear from rapper Akala.
Karen Gabay and Mr V hear from actor Emmanuel Jal about his film The Good Life.
Country music star Charley Pride talks about his fans. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Mr V remembers Billie Holliday who would have been 100 this year.
Cliff Curtis on his film The Dark Horse. Karen Gabay presents.
Selma James discusses activism in women's writing. Karen Gabay presents.
Singer Marlon Roudette talks of his love of steel pan. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Karen Gabay talks to Patricia Harrison about planning weddings for the terminally ill.
Rebecca Ferguson talks about her new album Lady Sings The Blues.
Pauline Black reflects on The Selecter's legacy. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Maxi Priest reflects on his musical influences and Gina Yashere talks about detox.
Norma Miller, the Queen of Swing, reflects on eight decades as a dancer.
Karen Gabay and Mr V speak to reggae singer/songwriter Jah 9 and Judy Mowatt,and more.
Karen Gabay visits the Lincoln memorial, Ava DuVernay discusses directing the film Selma.
Karen Gabay and Mr V hear from Dragon, Piers Linney, and Squirrel Nation.
Dawn Walton of Eclipse Theatre discusses diversity in film and theatre.
Paul Johnson and Tyndale Thomas pay tribute to Andrae Crouch. Karen Gabay + Mr V present.
Jazz singer Cecilia Stalin reflects on her love for musician John Coltrane.
Karen Gabay and Mr V look back at their highlights from 2014.