Helen White, Co-Founder and Director of Marketing Stockport, talks to Jane Lomas about local business reaction to Brexit and about the Stockport BID.
A petition against moving Stockport’s historic market has gained more than 7,000 signatures — its organiser, Caryl Hughes, joins Simon and Jane to explain why she feels so passionately about the market. Plus rapper Professor Green visited the Wellspring for a BBC3 documentary about homelessness — we hear from support worker Kirstie Wood. And aviation expert and author Steve Morrin joins us to pay tribute to one of the heroes of the Stockport Air Disaster, Brian Donohoe, who died last week aged 82.
Mary Portas talks to Pure during her visit to Stockport. Plus the reaction of local shoppers to her visit, and find out what Mary thought of Pete Liggins’ jumper.
Stockport’s Teen Market returned, enabling young entrepreneurs to sell their creative work.
Lauren Hughes and Katy Booth talked to some of the stall holders.
Miss The Basement this week? Not to worry, you can listen again here! This week the guys talked about the Stockport teen market which they’ll be attendng this Sunday, and they spoke to Tom Barratt to find out what to expect. They also discussed Britains Got Talent and The Voice, and whether reality shows are too caught up on image. They also had the usual Basement Bangers, Gig Guide, Gaming Update, and Guess The Year was back!