Steve Saul sits in. A preview of today's summer sport and a look through the newspapers.
Andy speaks to a lady from Oldham who loans prom dresses free of charge.
Andy finds out about the BAPS Theatre Company plus a look through the day's newspapers.
Andy finds out about two squares in Salford which are being renamed.
Andy is joined by singer Claire Mooney who sums up the week's news in song.
Andy is joined by former United and City player Peter Barnes to preview England v Russia.
Andy discovers how working class people came to have the vote.
Andy speaks to a man from Salford who took a tiny Lowry painting to the Antiques Roadshow.
Andy speaks to a mother of four from Tameside who is championing fostering.
Andy speaks to our reporter live in Stockholm ahead of tonight's Eurovision Song Contest.
Andy finds out what local communities are doing to tackle climate change.
Andy looks at how things have changed since the last European referendum.
The Manchester Shakespeare Company on the 400th anniversary of the Bard's death.
Andy talks to Tom Hingley from Inspiral Carpets about Record Store Day.
Andy looks at the potential dangers of e-cigarettes and Adam Corbally reviews the papers.
Andy looks ahead to the tribute concert for Viola Beach in their home town of Warrington.
Andy plays his A to Z of pop music.
Andy finds out about the free concert The Rolling Stones have given in Cuba.
Andy finds out about the work of the charity the Medaille Trust.
What more needs to be done to make Greater Manchester more accessible for disabled people
Three months on, Andy looks at the impact of the floods in Rochdale.
Andy finds out about Gulf War commemorations in Rochdale.
Andy finds out about a football exhibition in Lymm.
Andy finds out about the first Chorlton Festival of Live at St Werburgh's Church.
Andy find outs how you can discover what it was really like to be in the Home Guard.
Andy finds out why a Cheadle care home is taking part in the big RSPB annual survey.
Andy finds out why Manchester Victoria station will be closed on Sunday for three months.
Andy finds out how you can test your IQ in Manchester today.
Andy talks to the chairman of the East Lancs Railway as it welcomes the Flying Scotsman.
Andy finds out about Big Coat Day at FC United.