On Air Now Programmes
Michelle Adamson sits in with Phil and asks how honest are you.
Mike speaks to Leo Sayer about his new single and Dave Berry about his latest tour.
9:00 - 12:00
Mike SweeneyLeo Sayer and Dave Berry
Stephanie speaks to former Hacienda DJ, Dave Haslam, about the history of nightclubs.
12:00 - 15:00
Becky WantStephanie Hirst sits in (03/09/2015)
On Air Now Start Time 6:00 - End Time 9:00
Eamonn O’Neal is joined by former Manchester United midfielder, Lou Macari.
Red WednesdayLou Macari
Sam asks who is your favourite TV chef and who got you cooking.
Sam WalkerFavourite TV chefs
Stephanie speaks to former SAS man turned author, Chris Ryan.
Becky WantStephanie Hirst sits in (02/09/2015)
Mike speaks to Dorothy Evans about the African Caribbean Care Group anniversary ball.
Mike SweeneyAfrican Caribbean Care Group Anniversary Ball
Michelle Adamson sits in with Phil and looks at the amount of revenue raised by bus lanes.
Alison Butterworth and Phil TrowBus lanes
Shourjo starts your day with news headlines, business, sport and music.
Ian Cheeseman is joined by former City midfielder Gary Owen.
Blue TuesdayGary Owen
DAB + online: Emma Goswell presents live coverage of the candlelit vigil. FM: Sadie Nine
BBC Radio Manchester SpecialManchester Pride: The Candlelit Vigil (31/08/2015)
Stephanie plays two hours of tracks from the 90s including Robbie Williams and Queen.
Stephanie HirstNothing But The 90s (29/08/2015)
Elsie couldn’t get home in time for the celebrations.
Elsie Sharpe’s Story
Mayer didn’t know about VE Day – it was just another day in camp.
Mayer Hersch’s Story
Jean remembers the party her mother and, others in the street put on for VE day.
Joy Pallister was on holiday in Blackpool when she heard the news of victory in Europe.
Joy Pallister’s Story
Shirley will be thinking of soldiers like her older brother John who didn’t return home.
Shirley Entwistle’s Story
Karen Gabay speaks to former child soldier Emmanuel Jal about South Sudan.
Emmanuel Jal: "My country has gone back to war"
Memories of VE Day celebrations from BBC Radio Manchester listeners.
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