Gillian Postill telling Dave Stearn on Stockport Focus about their objections to the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework consultation.
February is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans History Month.
On Saturday the 6th, the Working Class Movement Library in Salford will be hosting an event about working-class men and same-sex desires in the 20th century.
It will include readings by ex-Smiths drummer Mike Joyce, and a talk by Helen Smith from the University of Lincoln. Under the Rainbow has been speaking with Helen.
Duncan Boswell goes to meet some of the WWII evacuees from Guernsey who ended in Stockport. Plus Speedworks team principal Christian Dick on the conclusion of a successful season in the BTCC, and thousands flock to see the final flights of the Woodford-designed and built Vulcan bomber.
The Leader of Stockport Council, Cllr Sue Derbyshire, takes your calls on the migrant crisis after announcing that Stockport will do its bit to help refugees. Plus former Hazel Grove MP Lord Stunell on reforming the House of Lords, negotiating the coalition agreement and more. Plus former NBA star John Amaechi talks about being granted the freedom of the City of London, and Christian Dick of Bredbury-based BTCC team Speedworks Motorsport on the team’s first ever podium.
Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game is a film about the life of Alan Turing.
The mathematician and computer scientist helped us win the Second World War, by creating a device that decoded Nazi messages.
This evening Under the Rainbow heard from Professor S. Barry Cooper, the author of ‘Alan Turing: His Work and Impact’.