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Gerald takes you back to the pre-rock ‘n’ roll era with tracks from the 1920s to the 60s.
BBC Radio Manchester joins BBC Radio 5 live.
0:00 - 5:00
As BBC Radio 5 live03/08/2015
Shourjo starts your day with news headlines, business, sport and music.
5:00 - 6:00
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Karen Gabay and Mr V with Manchester's black news and music.
Join Jack Dearden for music and conversation for your Sunday afternoon.
Ian Roberts sits in with three hours of great songs from the 1960s.
Mike SweeneyIan Roberts sits in (02/08/2015)
With three hours of "stuff".
Eamonn O'Neal and Jimmy Wagg02/08/2015
A debate on how safe our Jewish community feel after a rise in anti-semetic incidents.
Mike ShaftAnti-semetic debate
This week, Stephanie plays tracks from Take That, Brand New Heavies and U2.
Stephanie HirstNothing But The 90s (01/08/2015)
Michelle Hussey flies solo this evening with tracks from unsigned local bands.
BBC Introducing in Manchester01/08/2015
Saturday evening music and features.
FM only until 1500. DAB + online: Challenge Cup semi-final: Warrington v Hull KR.
Emma Goswell and Shourjo SarkarManchester Mega-brain Mega-game (01/08/2015)
FM only from 1230. DAB + online: Manchester Sports: Challenge Cup: Warrington v Hull KR.
Jason HardyYour retro Saturday lunchtime (01/08/2015)
Becky speaks to Julian about his debut children's book, The Bolds.
Becky WantJulian Clary
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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