Tina Freeman Who Exhibition at Stockport Art Gallery

16 April 2016 by Pure Radio

Local artist Tina Freeman has an exhibition running at Stockport Art Gallery until the end of April inspired by The Who and Mod/scooter subculture. Paul Holloway visited the exhibition for Pure.

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Doctor Who's Stockport Connections

21 November 2013 by Pure Radio

As Britain’s most popular Timelord celebrates 50 years travelling through time and space.

Pure’s Mark Pattison investigates the Doctor’s connections to Stockport.

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Cellar Cast 15

20 March 2010 by Pure Radio

Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on March 20th 2010.

The featured record for this particular week was the debut studio album by London band The Who, entitled My Generation from 1965.

This week also saw the sad loss of Alex Chilton, lead singer of The Box Tops and Producer of The Cramps debut album from 1980.

As well as a paying tribute to the great man, The Mancunian Candidate also played some other marvellous numbers from the 1960s, with the likes of The Easybeats, The Kinks, The Pretty Things, The Doors, and Donovan, all making an appearance in The Cellar.

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Cellar Cast 12

20 February 2010 by Pure Radio

Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on February 20th 2010.

The featured record for this particular week was the self titled debut album by New York band Silver Apples from 1968.

As well as that, there were other sixties delights from the likes of Taj Mahal, The Sundowners, The Velvet Underground, The Parade, The Turtles, and The Who.

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Cellar Cast 11

13 February 2010 by Pure Radio

Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on February 13th 2010.

The featured record for this particular week was The Beatles final studio album, Abbey Road from 1969.

As well as that, there were other sixties delights from the likes of The Uglys, Os Mutantes, David Bowie, Captain Beefheart, The Who, and Lulu.

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