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Chris Evans talks to us about his early years in Warrington and Manchester.
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The Manchester Mum and Daughter who have launched a unique Spice Club.
The Manchester researchers who say workplace bullying is a major cause of stress.
Flixton's Paul Carroll on his search for a drag queen apprentice at his Lanzarote bar.
Becky Want sits in. And meets the man who's built his own flight simulator in Ashton.
A new University of Manchester exhibition about Manchester's beloved cancer hospital.
Huey Lewis looks back at 25 years in music.
Becky Want sits in. With the women who put Elizabeth Gaskell's classic on the TV screen.
Becky Want sits in. With the former Middleton boxer turned community champion Eric Noi.
Live reports from Albert Square at the Manchester Food and Drink Festival Hub.
Why a Walkden man is climbing three mountains in beach footwear.
Barbara Taylor Bradford has sold 82 million books and previews a Manchester signing.
The Clockwork Orange writer is the focus of a new arts centre in Manchester.
Steve Harley previews his shows in Sale and Manchester.
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