On June 4th, 1967, a Canadair C-4 Argonaut crashed on Hopes Carr in Stockport Town Centre on its final approach to Ringway airport, killing 72 of the 84 people on board. In this special programme to commemorate the 48th anniversary of the accident, Simon Kelsey is joined by Steve Morrin, author of “The Day The Sky Fell Down”, as well as a survivor of the disaster and members of the emergency services who were first on the scene.
Actress and singer Heather Peace is known for her television roles in Lip Service, Emmerdale, Coronation Street and Waterloo Road.
In 2012, she released her first album – Fairytales. Next month, she’s hoping her second album The Thin Line will get a good reception.
She’s also a patron of Manchester Pride – the annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community festival.
When Heather spoke to Pure’s Sara, she explained that she feels such events are still important.
Aled Phillips, Iain Mahanty and Joel Fisher from Welsh rock band Kids In Glass Houses came into Pure to tell Paul Holloway about their new album Peace and perform a track The Runaways in our studio.
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Mark Pattison and Katy Booth meet the star-studded cast of Aladdin, this year’s Christmas panto at Stockport Plaza. Oh, yes it is!
John Altman, better known as Nasty Nick in Eastenders, plays the evil Abanaza. CBBC presenter Dave Benson Phillips is the Genie of the Lamp, and East is East star Gary Damer plays Wishee Washee.
Paddy Blockley reads An Arundel Tomb by Phillip Larkin