Ahead of one of the sternest tests of the season for Stockport County, which sees them on the road to Kidderminster Harriers, County boss JIm Gannon speaks to Pure’s Chirs Ridgway.
This weekend, People’s History Museum will be launching a new exhibition and programme of events.
Never Going Underground will be looking back at the history of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community.
Catherine O’Donnell, the Engagement and Events Officer at
People’s History Museum has been talking about it to Under the Rainbow.
Acoustic singer / folk songwriter Neil Cousin travelled up from his home in The Fens to record a session for Roots & Fusion.
He also had a gig at The Acoustic Lounge in Poynton, where he tamed a rowdy but friendly crowd.
His most recent album, The Dreams Of Animals is darkly folk tinged masterpiece.
The session was recorded by the every capable Aaron Hixon as always.
1) My Unknown Companion
2) The Lock Keeper’s Daughter
3) St Celia’s Day
4) Cartoon Telephone
5) The Queen’s Head
6) Neil Cousin in conversation
Hear Pure Innovations Chief Exec chatting to Paul Holloway on #StockportFocus about the Future of Pure Radio and efforts to keep the station on the air.
Hardeep chatting to Dave Stearn ahead of his show at Sale Waterside Arts Centre on March 9th 2017.