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Jack Dearden presents coverage of Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur. NOT online.
Have your say on today's game with Jack Dearden and Paul Lake. Call 0161 228 2255.
18:10 - 19:00
Manchester Sports: Phone-inManchester City v Tottenham Hotspurs: Phone-in
Zahra Farid sits in to bring you Indus.
19:00 - 20:00
IndusZahra Farid sits in (14/02/2016)
On Air Now Start Time 15:00 - End Time 18:10
Mike plays three hours of tracks from the 1960s.
Sweeney's Sixties Classics (14/02/2016)
Join Eamonn and Jimmy in the Sunday Daft Club by calling 0161 228 2255.
Mike speaks to Ems Hancock who has written self help books with a Christian angle.
This week Stephanie plays tracks from Big Mountain, Ash and Madonna.
Nothing But The 90s (13/02/2016)
Michelle Hussey and Natalie-Eve Williams play the best new music in Manchester.
Tim Booth & Money Talk New Album
Clint plays great songs from the 1980s. This week's featured artist is Soft Cell.
Clint Boon's 80s Experience (13/02/2016)
Richard plays two hours of romantically inspired Northern Soul for Valentine's weekend.
Richard SearlingNorthern Soul (12/02/2016)
Stephanie HirstNothing But The 90s (13/02/2016)
Have your say on the day's local sporting action. Call 0161 228 2255.
Manchester Sports: Phone-in13/02/2016
Mike SweeneySweeney's Sixties Classics (14/02/2016)
Eamonn O'Neal and Jimmy Wagg14/02/2016
BBC Introducing in ManchesterTim Booth & Money Talk New Album
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal on the loss to Sunderland.
Manchester United: Van Gaal on loss at Sunderland
Wigan Warriors Head Coach Shaun Wane on his side's win at Huddersfield Giants.
Wigan Warriors boss Shaun Wane on win at Huddersfield
A hearing mother and her pregnant deaf daughter talk about the futire for the new baby.
Deaf of Hearing: Jane and Hannah
Two Police Inspectors discuss how policing has changed since he first walked the beat.
No Job Like It: Ian and Claire
Kim and her nine-year-old son Luke chat about family life with Luke's disabled twin Ben.
Very Good At Laughing: Kim and Luke
Leanne and her niece, Eloise share their widely different experiences of having dyslexia.
Dyslexia is a super power: Leanne and Eloise
Memories of VE Day celebrations from BBC Radio Manchester listeners.
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