Tom, the IT whizz, chats about being online. Plus singer Sean Ruane joins the panel.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Entertainment on a weekday lunchtime.
The book club chats about the novel The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak, set in Nazi Germany.
Gerald Jackson, Mike Harding and Jim Bowen celebrate 40 years of BBC Radio Lancashire.
Live music from Abby Scott from Woodplumpton - a mix of pop and smoky jazz.
With the assistant editor at North West Tonight and arts co-ordinator Rebecca Alexander.
Simon recycles mobile phones, Theresa's a beautician and Chris sells wood burning stoves.
Meet Peter Slater, a professional artist who's exhibited watercolours across Lancashire.
We meet the family who followed their dream to start a new life in Cyprus.
A nutritional therapist joins the panel with Sally from 11am.
Information from a company specialising in help for women who are in debt.
We see what the UK's first woman chief constable is up to now.
The life story of Billy Isherwood, who was told if he had one more drink he'd be dead.
With Jane Sheehan, Karen Pilkington and Lorraine Charlesworth from St Catherine's Hospice.
Conversation and music from the Radio Theatre in Blackburn.
Learn more about a scheme where you can rent a house for a while before you buy.
With Katherine Lachance, Steve Bond and Faith Marriott, who recently received an MBE.
Sally is joined by Matthew from Inspire Health, Adam from Charbrew and food writer Carol.
Stephen Lowe sits in to bring you entertainment for the bank holiday.