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Pte William Butterworth died in WWI, his remains were only recently reinterred in France.
Documentary looking at Blackpool Central Station which closed over 50 years ago.
The Last Accy Pal: A chance to hear an archive interview with the last Accy Pals survivor.
Music From The Radio Theatre: A celebration of music in the style of Simon & Garfunkel.
From Me To You - My Beatles Story: Listeners share their mop top memories of the Fab Four.
King Of Disco: Tom Moulton, the creator of the 12" single talks to Gary Hickson.
Goodbye Guild: Paul O'Gorman's Guild memories and The Guild Musician Of The Year Concert.
Jack The Life: Chris Rider talks to Blackburn MP Jack Straw about his life in politics.
Morecambe and Mike: Mike Fountain, Eric Morecambe's former chauffeur, remembers him.
BBC Radio Lancashire News Review 2012: Alex Worswick recounts Lancashire's highs and lows.
From Prague to Preston - Milena's Story: Chris Rider talks to Lady Milena Grenfell Baines.
The Time Capsule: Discussions between local people and pupils from Unity College, Burnley.
They Are All Witches And They Must Hang: A view into the minds of 17th century locals.
Once Every Preston Guild: How thousands of Lancastrians celebrated Preston's tradition.
The Pendle Witches Story: Tim Padfield recalls Lancashire's most notorious trial.
Pendle Witches: Hear the radio play that retells the dramatic and disturbing story.
Olympic God special: The huge role the faith communities are playing in the Olympics.
Pendle Witches: Tim Padfield discovers how the story still affects the world 400 years on.
God Save The Queen: A Look at the Queen's role in the church.
Lancashire Lends A Hand: Lancashire Christians help renovate a hospital in Sierra Leone.
Preston Guild Musicians of the Year: A special concert recorded by BBC Radio Lancashire.
Titanic special: A look at the many faith links to the sinking of the Titanic.
Preston Passion: With Graham Liver, Sally Naden, Paul O'Gorman, Mike West and Joe Wilson.