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Mike Shaft in conversation with Lisa Stansfield.
Mike looks at the traditional Boxing Day sales plus a preview of today's football.
You can hear Mike's tour of Manchester Cathedral, a year after its major refurbishment.
Mike finds out how busy the Manchester Central food bank is in the run up to Christmas.
Mike Shaft plays the very best soul, funk and smooth jazz.
Mike chats to the newly installed Bishop of Salford, John Arnold.
Mike asks if we've lost the true meaning of Christmas and is it too commercial.
Mike previews the Festival of Praise which brings together churches of all denominations.
Mike hears how Alzheimers has affected some members of a gospel choir in Bolton.
Mike speaks to soul and blues singer Dona Oxford and her recent gig in Manchester.
Mike looks at the moral and ethical issues around pay day loans.
Mike talks to Normandy veteran Harold Addie from Baguley about D-Day and VE day.
Mike speaks to former Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor.
Mike launched Faith in the World week, looking at music and healing.
Mike speaks to Rev David Ireland from Francis House.
Mike finds out how a community church choir in Sale is helping people with dementia.
Mike is live at Manchester Central mosque to reflect on the news of Alan Henning's death.
Mike brings you an hour of great gospel music.
Jimmy Wagg sits in to play the very best soul, funk and smooth jazz.
Mike plays an hour of contemporary gospel music.