Jane and Simon present a special programme from the Proud of Stockport Awards 2015.
The PROUD study recruited gay and bisexual men to take a drug which reduces the chances of contracting HIV.
Their results have been so good that they’re now calling for the drug to be available through the NHS.
Under the Rainbow found out about a documentary film – which explores why we need it, how effective it is, and what the next steps are for access in the UK.
Hear from all the winners of this year’s Proud of Stockport Awards. Plus how the Equity Housing Group are helping local charities, this week’s Theatre Focus, and the latest on plans to redevelop Stockport Exchange.
Radio made for young people in Stockport.
Facebook is 10-years-old, but has it become less popular with young people?
We hear from Liam Parry, who received the Young Citizen of the Year Award at the Proud of Stockport Awards.
We also have movie news and three new Bangers to review.
Highlights from our live coverage of the Proud of Stockport Awards 2013.
1 min – Cllr Wendy Meikle (Mayor of Stockport)
6 min – Nat Whiles (Taekwondo & Karate Champion)
8 min – Anne Wallace (Startpoint, Woodley)
13 min – Brendan Cojeen (Wellspring)
17 min – Rodger Wylde (Stockport County Physio)
20 min – Richard Pennystan (Romiley Lifecentre)
21 min – Alan Newton (1952 Olympian)
25 min – Tom & Joe Barrett (Teenage Market & Screen Stockport)
Congratulations to all the winners:
Special Police Award – Christine Dale MBE
Ambassador for Stockport – Alan Newton
Champion for Young People – Jean Wilkinson
Community Champions – Sherann Hillman and Paul Harper
Community Spirited Organisation – Romiley Lifecentre
Our Place – Anne Wallace
Sports Personality – Nat Whiles
Volunteering Champion – Brendan Cojeen BEM
Young Citizen of the Year – Tom Barratt
Pure 107.8FM team – Simon Kelsey, Paul Holloway & Vickie Myers