Allan Beswick hosts an election debate live from the Bolton West constituency.
Allan Beswick hosts an election debate live from Heywood and Middleton.
Allan Beswick hosts an election debate live from Manchester Withington.
Allan finds out about a month-long knife amnesty in Greater Manchester.
Allan looks at the issue of women in prisons.
Allan discovers why a social club in Heywood is being threatened with legal action.
Allan marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
Allan finds out how a pub in Salford needs help to save it from closure.
Allan asks if Oldham should have a statue to commemorate Winston Churchill.
Allan hears concerns from the Jewish community after the recent attacks in France.
Allan hears from a professor who has just returned from some ebola stricken countries.
Allan asks you about your favourite childhood toy.
Allan begins our new series of friendship by meeting Maureen the nun.
Allan asks should we be able to say what we like about other people's religions.
Allan finds out how much fat we are pouring down the drain each year.
Allan finds out what is on the programme for the new Manchester arts venue, Home.
Allan finds out why Manchester is a top tourist destination for 2015.
Allan has a report on the real story of the Glazers' 1995 take-over of Manchester United.
Allan asks what is your favourite photograph plus news of the BAFTA nominations.
Allan celebrates what would have been Elvis Presley's 80th birthday.
Allan marks the 65th anniversary of Ladybird books and speaks to a local author.
Allan hears from a zoo which wants recycled Christmas trees for their lions to play with.
Allan speaks to Labour party leader, Ed Miliband.
Allan hears from some excited children who are waiting for Father Christmas to come!
Allan finds out about some Gracie Fields scrap books which have been found after 30 years
Allan asks for your stories about the great Christmas getaway.
Allan finds out about Mad Friday - the busiest of the festive period for bar staff.
Allan looks at the potential impact of cuts to next year's council budgets.
We visit the first shop from which the Co-op began trading 170 years ago.
Allan hears from the family who escaped a fire in Bolton at the weekend.