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Liam starts your Tuesday morning with music and conversation.
Alison and Phil ask for your thoughts on tattoos plus the latest on the Salford shooting.
6:00 - 9:00
Alison Butterworth and Phil TrowTattoos
Mike speaks to Manchester City ladies' footballers Toni Duggan and Karen Bardsley.
9:00 - 12:00
Mike SweeneyToni Duggan and Karen Bardsley
On Air Now Start Time 5:00 - End Time 6:00
Raees Khan entertains you through your weekday summer evenings.
Sam speaks to Arlene Phillips about the changing face of being older.
Sam WalkerArlene Phillips
Becky speaks to Carol Klein about her new series, Plant Odysseys.
Becky WantCarol Klein
Mike speaks to Brian Conley about his new television series, The TV That Made Me.
Mike SweeneyBrian Conley
Alison and Phil have the latest on the shooting at Clifton in Salford.
Alison Butterworth and Phil TrowSalford shooting
Liam sits in with chat and music to start your Monday morning.
Shourjo SarkarLiam Bradford sits in (27/07/2015)
Richard plays classic 60s and 70s Northern Soul all-nighter favourites.
Richard SearlingNorthern Soul (24/07/2015)
New series. Stephanie plays two hours of great songs from the 1990s.
Stephanie HirstStephanie Hirst's Nothing But The 90s (04/07/2015)
Gerald plays your weekly collection of musical memories from the 20s to the 60s.
Gerald JacksonUnforgettable (26/07/2015)
Karen Gabay and Mr V speak to Ladysmith Black Mambazo about Inala.
The PeopleLadysmith Black Mambazo
Mike plays three hours of great songs from the 1960s.
Mike SweeneySweeney's Sixties Classics (26/07/2015)
Becky speaks to Wet Wet Wet about their new tour.
Becky WantWet Wet Wet
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.
10 hours ago
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