Sally's panel includes Karen Tems who is trekking the original Inca Trail.
BBC Radio Lancashire
With Anthony Brockbank who's off to Ghana to help run a football club with a youth academy
Sally's guests have all become involved in justice campaigns after losing a child.
Entertainment on a weekday lunchtime.
Singer Jennie Sawden performs live in the Radio Theatre at BBC Radio Lancashire.
With Craig Baxter, a personal trainer and Councillor Mike Calvert.
Saly Naden's panel come from the Philippines, the Fylde and Burnley.
On the panel is a headteacher, a community coordinator and a man who helps new businesses.
Singing live is Ken Nicol, who was in the Albion Band and works with Steeleye Span.
We hear one lady's very personal story as she's eventually diagnosed with breast cancer.
Sally's panel includes a punk vicar, a fund-raiser and the chairman of Rossendale FC.
We find out what it's like to take part in The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best.
Stephen Lowe stands in and on the panel is the Chief Exec of East Lancs Medical Services.
If university's not for you, learn about vocational careers as part of an apprenticeship.
Nathan Moore, lead singer of Brother Beyond is singing and chatting with Sally Naden.
Keeper of Decorative Art at the Harris Museum, Caroline Alexander talks about 60s fashion.
Nicola works for Help Direct, Michael runs a stage school and Anthony is a counsellor.
Double act The Low Countries perform live and guests include a man who loves jive dancing.
The Dolly Mops, the principal horn from Liverpool Philharmonic and singer Jayne Middleton.