Peter Hook On Fuzzbox

12 July 2013 by Pure Radio

Bass player with Joy Division, New Order and The Light. Paul Holloway has an extensive and candid interview with Hooky

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Peter Hook On Stockport Focus

16 October 2012 by Pure Radio

Peter Hook has written his 2nd book, Unknown Pleasures: Inside Joy Division in which he gives the inside story of the ledgendary band in which he played bass.

Hooky is no stranger to stockport spending many recording sessions with both Joy Division and New Order in the world famous Strawberry Studios on Waterloo Road in the town centre where his Hacienda Record label has recently rented office space.

Pure’s Russ Smith caught up with Hooky to find out more.

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Rachael Johnston Part 2: Advice on Anorexia

6 June 2012 by Pure Radio

Recovering anorexic Rachael Johnston is campaigning to raise awareness of eating disorders.

In the second part of her interview, Rachael shares more of her experiences and gives advice on seeking support.

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Rachael Johnston Part 1: Airbrushing & Eating Disorders

23 May 2012 by Pure Radio

Rachael Johnston is recovering from anorexia and currently running a campaign to ban airbrushing of media images, which could have a negative influence on young people.

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Singer-Songwriter Loren Ellis On The Basement

23 February 2011 by Pure Radio

Local singer-songwriter Loren Ellis, who featured in our Stockport Finest competition last year, talks to Louise about her music, her expectations for 2011, over-coming Anorexia and her charity sky-dive for Beat.

Beat the UK’s largest eating disorders charity. Loren’s new album is available for download and all proceeds are being donated to Beat as the charity that has helped her to deal with her illness. www.songstall.com/lorenellis

February 21-28 is Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Beat operate a Youth helpline, call 0845 634 7650.

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