Matthew Gilbert reviews the week’s events in the Cheshire County Cricket League for our local clubs, and looks forward to the weekend’s fixtures.
Simon Kelsey sits in for Pete Liggins. Alan Lord speaks for the first time since his resignation. County caretaker Phil Brown on the Hatters’ trip to Gloucester and whether he’d be interested in the job full time. Plus legendary cricketer David Gower on cricket, sledging and that feud with Graham Gooch.
Sports May is a programme of sporting activities aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.
It will give individuals a chance to get involved in new sports, or to improve their abilities. The range of events includes swimming, football, athletics, tennis, rugby, cricket and volleyball.
The month will then be followed up by a number of tournaments in June.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to one of the volunteers helping organise the event, Phil Facey.
Legendary Irish Comedian Jimmy Cricket talks to Tim and Pete on Pure Breakfast ahead of his Value for a Tenner variety show at Stockport Plaza on Sunday January 25th.
Jimmy talks about his new album ‘Light and Shade’ and about his love for the Plaza.
He also reveals he used to live in Stockport and he gets a letter from his mammy!
Join Tim and Pete on Pure Breakfast weekdays from 6am on Pure 107.8fm.
Pscyho-acoustician Duncan Williams tells Simon what it is about the sounds of sport that make the hairs on the back of our neck stand up.