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Clint plays tracks from the 1980s. This week's featured artist is Depeche Mode.
Michelle Hussey and Natalie-Eve Williams with unsigned local bands.
20:00 - 22:00
BBC Introducing in Manchester06/02/2016
Stephanie features tracks from Janet Jackson, Kylie Minogue and EMF.
22:00 - 0:00
Stephanie HirstNothing But The 90s (06/02/2016)
On Air Now Start Time 18:00 - End Time 20:00
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Two hours of songs from the 70s and counts down the chart of this week in 1979.
Nothing But The 70s (06/02/2016)
Becky is joined by our gardening experts to answer your questions after 11 o'clock.
Gardening phone-in (06/02/2016)
Andy find outs how you can discover what it was really like to be in the Home Guard.
Juanita Yau brings you a round-up of Chinese news.
Another All Winners edition as Richard plays Northern Soul tracks recorded from 1963-65.
Northern Soul (05/02/2016)
Richard SearlingNorthern Soul (05/02/2016)
Mike speaks to motoring journalist Maria McCarthy about Matt le Blanc joining Top Gear.
Mike SweeneyTop Gear
Super League coverage of Salford Red Devils v St Helens. Kick-off at 8pm.
Eamonn finds out about extreme couponing and how local politicians feel about the EU deal
Eamonn O'NealExtreme couponing
Jason HardyNothing But The 70s (06/02/2016)
Jayne McCubbin sits in with Phil to round off their look at The People's History of Pop.
Alison Butterworth and Phil TrowThe People's History of Pop
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
Veteran David Waddington tells his story of being a prisoner of war in the Gulf War.
Gulf War: David Waddington tells his prisoner of war story
City manager Manuel Pellegrini has his say on the game against Swansea.
City v Swansea: Manuel Pellegrini
United boss Louis Van Gaal says staff and players will do 'everything' to get on track
United will do 'everything' to win
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