Gilly gets back to nature, broadcasting live from Cuerden Valley Park in Bamber Bridge.
BBC Radio Lancashire
How you might see your portrait on the wall of the Museum of Lancashire’s People Gallery.
John Gillmore looks at a condition where healthy eating and exercise is taken to extremes.
Lancashire mum June Halstead discusses autism, including treatment and where to get help.
As the clocks go forward an hour for summer we visit the Croston clock to change the time!
Nutritionist Jenny Logan joins John Gillmore to discuss everything eye-related.
Live from Sir John Thursby Community College in Burnley for BBC News School Report Day.
Founder of the Wainwright Society, John Burland, joins Gilly for a Lancashire Lecture.
Carole Turner stands in, joined by Youth Action, to discuss teenagers and substance abuse.
Manchester United legend Tommy Docherty chats about his career as a player and manager.
Letting Lancashire know what's going on, with exciting ideas for home, leisure and life.
With news, events, entertainment, sport, lifestyle and features for the afternoon.
Highlighting some of north Lancashire and the Lake District's lesser known walking routes.
Including the launch of the Fair Trade Way in Garstang - the world's first Fairtrade Town.
Animal behaviour expert Jackie Hough takes your calls about pet problems.
John Gillmore is live from a book shop in Great Harwood as part of World Book Day.
John Gillmore introduces Penwortham-born singer songwriter Edwina Hayes.
Carole Turner stands in to look at how historical fiction novels may be distorting history