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Jimmy looks back on more highlights from our year-long appeal for the Christie.
Jimmy Wagg is joined by Pete Spencer from the MEN and Martin Blackburn from the Sun.
Jimmy looks ahead to 2014 with some of the people we spoke to at the Christmas markets.
Jimmy looks ahead to the festive football fixtures with former Bury player Jamie Hoyland.
Bank holiday music plus a review of the weekend sport with Dean Holden and James Goddard.
Jimmy speaks to a world record holder from Stockport who has written an e-book.
Jimmy finds out about a new graphic campaign warning about the dangers of smoking.
The post-Christmas sales are in full swing but how was trade in the run-up to Christmas?
Jimmy finds out about a special Christmas dinner for dogs that costs £105 per bowl.
Ahead of the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world, Jimmy asks for your superstitions.
Jimmy speaks to students from Irlam who are gearing up for a trip to Gambia.
Jimmy talks to paralympian Jon Polock who wants to set up a wheelchair basketball team.
Jimmy catches up with a lady who donated her birthday money to our Christie appeal.
Live from the Manchester Christmas Market in Exchange Square.
Jimmy Wagg plays two hours of great 1960s songs with a countdown from 1964.
After the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, we ask where does America go now.