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Great music and conversation as Mark Forrest brings together the best of BBC Local Radio.
Andy has the latest on the inquest into the deaths of the band members of Viola Beach.
Becky broadcasts live from the Manchester Christmas markets in Albert Square.
Mike looks at family feuds and asks if we have no alternative but to get on with family.
Alison and Phil are joined by an expert to see if your so-called junk is worth anything.
Shourjo starts your day with news headlines, business, sport and music.
Ian Cheeseman and former City striker Shaun Goater talk about City's defensive unit.
Ian Cheeseman asks if you would like a return to standing at games.
The Society perform acoustic version of begging.
Deja Vega perform acoustic version of their single Pentagrams
Sale Sharks director of rugby Steve Diamond after the 13-28 defeat at home by Saracens.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is not too happy with England.
White Eskimo perform acoustic version of Save Me
Roxanne performs acoustic version of Visual.
Stockport Young Carers provides support for young people with caring responsibilities.
This month's All-Winners special focuses on the Northern Soul sounds of Chicago.
Gerald plays another selection of songs from the 30s to the 60s chosen by you.
Mike plays three hours of great songs from the 1960s.
Jimmy Wagg is joined by Ian Bridge from the Bolton Wanderers Supporters' Trust.
Great tracks from Stephanie's vinyl vault plus the letter N on the A to Z of labels.
Book your ticket to join Mike Sweeney and an exciting line-up of guests. More information and full terms and conditions here.
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