Mike Shaft plays the very best soul, funk and smooth jazz.
Mike speaks to the Bishop of Manchester, the Right Reverend David Walker.
Mike speaks to Libby Lane, the Vicar of St Peter's in Hale.
With Manchester's faith, spirit and life's difficult questions.
Mike chats to the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Sir Peter Fahy.
Mike celebrates Diwali and finds out about the Jewish Film Festival.
Mike starts our series of Living Alone Well.
How the Scout movement now offers non-believers a promise without the word God.
Mike asks if there is enough faith in schools.
Mike Shaft plays soul, funk and smooth jazz featuring Stevie Wonder and Foreign Exchange.
Mike finds out why there will be a shortage of graves in the near future.
Mike asks are atheists winning the war against religion?
Mike talks to a man who has made it his mission to help young offenders in Stockport.
Mike talks to American sociologist Tony Campolo, former spiritual adviser to Bill Clinton.
Steve Saul sits in and chats to author Jim Wallis about the World Economic Forum.
Steve Saul sits in and finds out who has been unearthed under Manchester Cathedral.