BBC Radio Manchester joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Michelle Adamson sits in with news, music and chat to start the day.
Allan talks about overcrowding on trains and welcomes the first lambs of spring.
Mike Sweeney speaks to Gary Dixon from United Utilities.
Join Mike Sweeney for reaction to the news and great interviews.
Alison Butterworth speaks to local mind reader Aaron Calvert.
Phil looks back at the miners' strike from 30 years ago.
Liam Bradford is joined by former Manchester United professional player Alan Tongue.
Mark hears from a man who says he can make up to £150 a day begging from strangers.
Gerald Jackson sits in and asks what you remember about your school days.
Thursday 6 March 2014