Duncan Boswell finds out what sisters Bethany, Madeleine and Isabelle Pridgeon are hoping for this Christmas.
Miserly presenter Simon hates Christmas and is tipped over the edge by having to play yet another Christmas record. Can the Ghosts of Radio Past, Present and Yet To Come persuade him to change his ways before he causes Christmas to be cancelled for ever?
Duncan Boswell (as Caller Fred, Marley, Godfrey Clairmont and MC Smashit)
Jane Lomas (as herself)
Rory Auskerry (as the Spirits)
and Simon Kelsey (as himself)
We look ahead to The Hatters trip to North Ferriby and hear from Manager Alan Lord.
Dan Dawson is our man at the PDC World Championship and Keith Coates is on the touchline to report on the Stockport District Sunday Football League.
Released in the cinemas in September, the film Pride depicted real-life events when lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans rights campaigners joined striking miners in the 1980s.
It’s due to be released on DVD and Blu-ray next Tuesday.
Under the Rainbow went along to the borough’s LGBT social group, People Like Us Stockport, and asked them what they thought of the movie.
Clinical psychologist, Dr Peter Blease, tells Simon that depression is an ‘epidemic’ in modern society and explains why. Plus Sam Challis from mental health charity Mind on whether attitudes towards mental health have changed, and reporter Duncan Boswell on living with depression as a man and the help that is available.