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Job interviews, crying in public & Bruce Oldfield on Princess Diana's style
Job interview hints from an Apprentice advisor, Princess Di fashion & crying in public.
Liam looks at the possibility of Wayne Rooney joining a Chinese football club.
Becky speaks to Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh from Deacon Blue about their live DVD.
Mike speaks to Jean-Jacques Brunel, songwriter and bassist of The Stranglers.
Alison and Phil discuss fake news and report from a re-opened skate park in Handforth.
Shourjo starts your day with news headlines, business, sport and music.
Jimmy Wagg asks how many of City's team from the weekend will be at the Etihad in August.
Liam has the latest from the Northern Powerhouse conference in Manchester.
Shoa performs an acoustic version of Watch Out.
Bolton chairman Ken Anderson discusses the club's current off field problems.
Jose Mourinho is not worried about Real Madrid making an approach for his goalkeeper.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is convinced striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will stay.
James M Carson performs live in the studio.
Joe Roscoe performs live in the studio.
Karen Gabay speaks to Ged Doherty
Classic Northern Soul and Tony Fletcher talks about his new book on Wilson Pickett.
Becky speaks to Tom Chaplin, former lead singer of Keane, about his solo career.
Jimmy Wagg is joined by Bury's new manager, Lee Clark, and chairman Stewart Day.
Gerald pays tribute to Bury-born composer and singer Peter Skellern who died on Friday.
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