Simon and Jane visit the Wellspring, which provides support to homeless and disadvantaged people in Stockport. Plus a petition to get a ticket machine installed at Gatley station, and the News Review features dodgy parking, miserable Christmas trees and Storm Desmond.
Actress and singer Heather Peace is known for her television roles in Lip Service, Emmerdale, Coronation Street and Waterloo Road.
In 2012, she released her first album – Fairytales. Next month, she’s hoping her second album The Thin Line will get a good reception.
She’s also a patron of Manchester Pride – the annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community festival.
When Heather spoke to Pure’s Sara, she explained that she feels such events are still important.
This evening we’re hearing some messages of support for LGBT people in the Winter Olympic host nation Russia – which have been recorded for the Canal Street Sessions.
Tonight we also hear from Shakespeare in Love actor Daniel Brocklebank.
In recent months there have been stories about the situation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people living in the Winter Olympics host nation, Russia.
Under the Rainbow has heard reports about oppression and violence.
Tonight we hear from Paralympic sitting volleyball captain Claire Harvey in a message of support recorded for the Canal Street Sessions.
This evening we’re hearing some messages of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people living in Russia – which have been recorded for the Canal Street Sessions.
This time it’s all the staff from the Lesbian and Gay Foundation.