Former Leader of the Council, Lord Goddard of Stockport, pays tribute to his friend and colleague, Cheadle Hulme South councillor Lenny Grice who died suddenly last week. Plus Phil Brennan of the Non League Magazine reflects on the life of five-time County manager Eric Webster. 40 years since Concorde’s first commercial flight we hear from Tony Fellows, who flew on her multiple times and now guides visitors at Manchester Airport’s Runway Visitor Park. And would you look for love on national TV? Hannah McKeown from Offerton explains what it’s like to go on Take Me Out.
Mark Pattison talks to Joanne Woodmansey, creator of thebookpond.com, a site that allows students to buy and sell second hand study books and save some cash.
Paul & Brinner talk to Martin Sugar Merchant, ex-Audioweb frontman, and Simon from the Manchester band Supajamma.
The boys choose some of their favourite tunes including some rare Jamacian Ska tracks before taking on Brinner in Nevermind The Fuzzbox.
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Anarchy in SK!
Jonathan Robinson talks to Mark Pattison about some of the community films Bellyflop TV has made for Stockport Council and how video can be a powerful tool for up and coming businesses.
Most gay, lesbian and bisexual people come out during their teens. As a parent, would your child feel comfortable talking to you about their sexuality? Online parent support website Parentchannel.tv has put together some tips on how to provide emotional support, maintaining trust, and helping your child feel safe, as well as what to expect from the conversation.