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Manchester Arena bomb three months on
Mike speaks to Simon Connolly who is swimming Loch Lomond later in the year.
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Great music plus the late lunchers round up events in their part of Greater Manchester.
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Karen Gabay and Mr V with Manchester's black news and music.
Charlotte Campbell's daughter Olivia died in the attack, and says her own life is paused.
A frustrated Pep Guardiola after his Manchester City side draw with Everton.
Sukh performs an acoustic version of his song Mystic.
Keith Hill was concerned by how his Rochdale side surrendered their lead at Shrewsbury.
Bury manager Lee Clarke says it was an unacceptable performance against Bristol Rovers.
Oldham boss John Sheridan saw some positives in defeat to Wigan.
Bolton boss Phil Parkinson thinks the Wanderers helped Derby with some sloppy defending.
Alison and Phil are joined by Brian Gorman to talk about his new stage show.
Tonight's theme is Out Of Control featuring wild and wonderful examples of Northern Soul.
Mike is joined by fitness guru James Sangster for advice on how to lose holiday gains.
Two hours of great memories from Manchester's influential Pendulum club, 1971-1973.
Actor John Boyega discusses his new film, Detroit. Karen Gabay and Mr V present.
Mike selects another three hours of great songs from the 1960s.
Richard traces the history of the all-nighter from the early years to the present day.
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