Entertainment on a weekday lunchtime.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Sally and the panel are live from the Harris Museum in Preston city centre.
Sally spends the week at the Harris Museum in Preston. Watch live via a webstream.
A head teacher, a professional storyteller, an actor and live music from Tom and Evie.
Stephen Lowe stands in and meets Snake Davies, a saxophonist, who played with James Brown.
Sally asks if 60 is the new 40 as she meets the Galloping Grannies.
How Alethea Melling from UCLan is working with young people to bring communities together.
Encouraging people to talk about their wishes towards the end of their lives.
Enjoy live music from Tom and Evie, the BBC Radio Lancashire house band.
With artist Chris Moore, coffee shop owner Tony Vavoso, and accountant Umar Memon.
A garden expert joins Sally Naden to offer tips for a beautiful lawn.
We meet the woman who's started her own company making gluten-free meals.
We meet an artist who left school at 14 and has gone on to sell 2,000 drawings.
Emma Henderson joins Sally to talk about her sister, who spent 13 years in an institution.
Join Sally as she chats with Jim Bowen at his home as he recovers from two strokes.