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Phil speaks to actor John Thomson about his new BBC Two series The Two Amigos.
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Phil speaks to Luis from the Great British Bake Off on "bin-gate".
Phil speaks to Louis, from Stockport, a contestants on the Great British Bake Off.
Phil finds out about a football shirt amnesty plus financial advice for mobile phones.
Phil speaks to cake expert Joanne Howson about the rise in cake baking.
Phil Trow brings you news, analysis and comment.
Phil Trow speaks to Jermaine Jackman, winner of The Voice on BBC One
Phil wants your school dinner pudding memories as Carl Nunnerley cooks a Manchester tart.
Amy Clowes sits in to bring you news, analysis and comment.
Amy Clowes sits and talks daft dog's names plus the latest on Manchester's 20mph zones.
Phil finds out about world rollercoaster day and water chutes in Wigan.
Phil speaks to comedian Josh Widdicombe and there's a review of last night's Bake Off.
Phil speaks to Carl Nunnerley about the Great British Bake Off.
Phil speaks to film critic Carl Jones about the death of Robin Williams.
Phil speaks to Dr Dawn Porter from Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies.
Phil finds out why gardener Rachel de Thame is digging in Manchester city centre.
Phil talks to Terry Walker whose Bolton scrap empire features on a new BBC series.
Phil asks Masterchef contestant Carl Nunnerley about this year's Great British Bake Off.
Phil finds out why a 110-foot water slide is being built in Wigan
Phil continues to reflect on the outbreak of World War I exactly 100 years ago.
Phil is live at Old Trafford going behind the scenes before Lancashire's T20 blast game.