Joe Wilson sits in as Lancashire marks the royal couple's big day.
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Former BBC Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond is a guest on the day before the royal wedding.
Pat and David Rogers meet Mark Smith who was given the organs of their son Adam.
Reaction from football fans at Deepdale, as Preston are relegated from the Championship.
Joe Wilson sits in. A kick start to Good Friday, with a lively mix of music and news.
Governors at Longshaw Nursery School in Blackburn fear it could close if funding is lost.
How changes to bus services will leave Mellor village without any public transport.
As the tourist season starts this Easter weekend, we look at tourism in Lancashire.
There's growing concern among farmers in Lancashire about the dangers of Chinese lanterns.
MPs criticise the MoD for not making the best use of the RAF's fighter jet, the Typhoon.
Criticism for Lancashire County Council for the amount of money it pays staff for mileage.
Graham Liver hears why over half of UK pensioners are struggling to make ends meet.
Cheryl Thornton talks about her father, killed when he was crushed on a building site.
Prince William and Kate Middleton's visit to Lancashire, before the royal wedding.
The mother of Charlene Downes believed murdered in 2003, on concerns about sexual grooming
Teachers at Darwen Vale protest over pupil violence, threats and "poor management".
The new law preventing employees from being forced to retire simply because of their age.
June Gillbanks, mother of a murdered child, on the campaign to keep her brother in jail.
The price of policing the EDL demonstration in Blackburn.
Did you feel the earth move on the Fylde coast at around 3.30am?