Wendy Green from I love Cheadle Hulme and Suzanna Dhawan from Prevent Breast Cancer explain why Cheadle Hulme is Painting it Pink!
With the EU Referendum date announced, UKIP North West MEP Louise Bours and former Labour candidate for Hazel Grove Michael Taylor debate the arguments for and against — plus we get the continental perspective with Romain Bardot of the Alliance Francaise de Manchester, and Chris Manka from the FSB explains what businesses make of the referendum. Plus should there be a tax on sugary drinks? Cancer Research UK think so, and their policy director Chit Selvarajah explains why. And this week’s News Review features exploding sheep and the busiest motorway in the North West.
The incredible Funke and the Two Tone Baby (AKA Dan Turbull) came in the Roots & Fusion studio for the final session of 2015.
A 21st century one man band, he loops voice, guitar, harmonica & beatboxing to create a unique sound.
We also had a chat about how he does it, how he writes songs and having a musician’s “year off”...
1) If You’re Nice To Me
2) I’m Not Well
4) (acoustic) Not Enough Bonobo
The Peel Park Pink Picnic is a yearly one day festival held in Salford for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community.
Under the Rainbow joined hundreds of people who braved the weather to go along to the event last Sunday.
They caught up with someone from Stockport who was there, Saxon.
Phillip Goose from road safety charity Brake, which is campaigning for an effective zero-tolerance drink-drive limit, tells Simon that although society’s attitude to drink-drivers has changed, politicians haven’t kept up.