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BBC Radio Manchester joins BBC Radio 5 live.
1:00 - 5:00
As BBC Radio 5 live09/10/2015
Shourjo starts your day with news headlines, business, sport and music.
5:00 - 6:00
On Air Now Start Time 22:00 - End Time 1:00
Phil Kinsella and Trevor Hunt preview Saturday's Grand Final: Leeds Rhinos v Wigan.
Rugby League ExtraGrand Final preview
Join Sam Walker for music, news and chat for your journey home.
Becky speaks to The Proclaimers about their new album.
Becky WantThe Proclaimers
Mike speaks to Robbie Savage about his new football book, I'll Tell You What.
Mike SweeneyRobbie Savage
Alison and Phil ask about the first records you bought.
Alison Butterworth and Phil TrowYour vinyl collections
Richard plays classic Northern Soul and Motown with a distinctive Blackpool Mecca flavour
Richard SearlingNorthern Soul (18/09/2015)
Sam hears about how Salford University has been given £80,000 to look at dementia.
Sam WalkerSalford University funding
Andy speaks to Bill Bailey about his show Limboland which is coming to Manchester.
Becky WantAndy Crane sits in (05/10/2015)
Mike speaks to Salford marathon man Brendan Rendall about his fund raising.
Mike SweeneyBrendan Rendall
Alison and Phil look at how our high streets and shopping centres have changed.
Alison Butterworth and Phil TrowChanges to high streets and shopping centres
Jimmy Wagg talks to Match of the Day commentator, Steve Wilson.
The Monday Football HourSteve Wilson
Manchester City debutant George Evans on his debut against Sunderland in the League Cup.
George Evans: Midfielder on Man City debut
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
Memories of VE Day celebrations from BBC Radio Manchester listeners.
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