Pure Sport: Nick Clarke, 9 May 14

9 May 2014 by Pure Radio

Two years ago, former County player Nick Clarke suffered a stroke. Now working to raise awareness of the dangers, he’s arranging a charity football match at Edgeley Park on Saturday 10th May. He told Simon Kelsey his story.

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One Voice Show 24 - 14 October 2014

14 October 2013 by Pure Radio

Here is a podcast of the latest edition of One Voice – Radio Without Barriers.

This show was broadcast on Monday 14th October at 10pm and repeated the following Sunday at 6.30 am

Today’s show was a special recorded at the Independent Living Inclusive Design Conference at Edgeley Park on 8th October.

1 min Kieran McMahon, Disability Stockport
6 min John Lamb, Editor of Ability Magazine
9 min Laurence Clark, Comedian

One Voice is made by disabled people in Stockport in partnership with Pure Innovations and supported by Manchester Airport Community Fund.

One Voice is on Facebook and Twitter: PureOneVoice

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Big Summer of Sport Podcast 26 July

26 July 2013 by Pure Radio

Big Summer of Sport Podcast
Ian Bogie’s reaction Stockport County’s to 4-3 win over Ramsbottom
Darren Campbell on Olympic Legacy
Tour De France round up
History of Old Trafford Ashes Tests
Stockport Cricket Scene
Ric Clarke from Manchester Mozzies, Aussie Rules Team

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Stockport Cricket Scene 28th June

28 June 2013 by Pure Radio

In this TACS Partnership Cheshire Cricket League special, Andy Searle speaks to Disley captain Andrew Clarke and the club’s overseas Aussie Jackson Stewart about the club’s great start to the season in the Cheshire League Division Three. He also visits Woodford Cricket Club, who occupy one of the promotion spots in the division above Disley, and chats to skipper Simon Elms about the great strides the club has made over the last few years.

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An Interview with 'Wet Wet Wet' bassist Graeme Clark

21 February 2012 by Pure Radio

Rik Magee speaks to ex-Wet Wet Wet bassist Graeme Clarke about his time with the multi million selling Scottish pop outfit, Glasgow Rangers and his new solo side-project he’s been busy working on.

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