Mike finds out what life is like for a teenage Muslim in Britain today.
Mike hear about plans for Gorton Monastery as another £3m is being spent.
Mike talks to Phil Rickman about the new TV series based on his books about exorcism.
Steve Saul sits in and finds out about Back To Church Sunday.
How a church in Newton Heath is being turned into a venue the community can use.
A look ahead to Jewish New Year and the Manchester charity helping refugees settle here.
Mike speaks to the Roman Catholic Bishop of Salford, John Arnold.
Mike speaks to the Bishop of Manchester about a crackdown on street preachers.
Mike finds out about the Changing Perceptions project in Bury.
Mike chats to the Wythenshawe vicar travelling to Iraq to spread his message of peace.
Mike looks at whether shops should be allowed to open when they want on Sundays.
A debate on how safe our Jewish community feel after a rise in anti-semetic incidents.
Mike finds out how the community is Bosley is coping a week after the explosion.
Mike asks if the way Eid is celebrated is likely to change and become commercialised.
Should our shops be open on a Sunday?
Mike asks should we christen our children at birth or let them decide for themselves.
Mike finds out about a unique man v train race taking place in Bury.
Mike Shaft plays the very best soul, funk and smooth jazz.
Mike speaks to the Chaplin of Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service.
Mike looks ahead to Ramadan and asks how safe is it for Muslims to fast over the summer.
Mike speaks to Christian scientist Michelle Nanouche about Christian healing.
Phil Trow finds out about the recreation of a WWI style allotment at Ordsall Hall.
Mike finds out about the Three Queens which are on the River Mersey today.
Mike broadcasts live from the Message Trust in Sharston.
Mike finds out about Manchester Cathedral's search for more choristers.