Under The Rainbow - Village Cab

30 September 2010 by Pure Radio

The Village CAB is a Citizens Advice Bureau for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community. They provide advice on a wide range of topics – such as adoption, civil partnerships and employment rights.

Under the Rainbow spoke to Paul Fairweather from the Village CAB, who talks about a number of issues, including the problem of Bed and Breakfasts turning away same-sex couples.

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Under The Rainbow 30th September

30 September 2010 by Pure Radio

Paul Fairweather from The Village Citizens Advice Bureau talks to the Under the Rainbow team this week as well as the usual pink poser, comunity guide, Big Rainbow guide and Rainbow news.

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Under the Rainbow - 30th Sep 2010

30 September 2010 by Pure Radio

Thursday 30th Sep 10: The lifestyle guide for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans community in Stockport. Under the Rainbow keeps you updated with everything going on in the borough and beyond. Listen for details of local groups, unmissable gigs, the latest news and have a laugh with our quiz. Music has been removed for legal reasons.

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Sep 2010 - Village Citizens Advice Bureau

30 September 2010 by Pure Radio

The Village CAB is a Citizens Advice Bureau for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community. They provide advice on a wide range of topics – such as adoption, civil partnerships and employment rights. Under the Rainbow spoke to Paul Fairweather from the Village CAB, who talks about a number of issues, including the problem of Bed and Breakfasts turning away same-sex couples.

Download MP3 (5 MB | 3:39 min)



Ed Miliband Visits Pure 107.8FM

30 September 2010 by Pure Radio

As the Labour Party Conference comes to a close, here is another chance to hear new leader Ed Miliband when he visited Pure back in May 2007.

Ed Miliband was then minister responsible for the third sector and came into Pure’s studios with Stockport MP Ann Coffey when they spoke to Paul Holloway.

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