Your programme for everything Stockport, with Simon Kelsey. This week, Stockport’s new Mayor talks to Pure, Alzheimers sufferer Chris Armitage from Marple talks about living positively with the disease, 100 years of cricket in Bredbury and can you guess The Scratch?
In tonight’s Big Summer of Sport with Paul Holloway & Andy Searle:
Transfer news from Stockport County
Champions League winner David May
Olympic swimming medalist Sharron Davies
Paralympic Champion Jonnie Peacock
Stockport Cricket Scene
Preview Cheshire FA Sunday Cup Final
Thursday 26th Apr 2012: The lifestyle guide for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans community in Stockport. Under the Rainbow keeps you updated with everything going on in the borough and beyond. Listen for details of local groups, unmissable gigs, the latest news and have a laugh with our quiz. We also heard about the Lady Rock Festival, coming to Cheadle Hulme next month.
Manchester Rugby Club in Cheadle Hulme will be hosting the Lady Rock Festival on the 26th of May.
They’ll be bringing some ‘girl power’ to the borough, with a range of female artists, singers, and comediennes.
Tonight, Under the Rainbow heard from the Festival Director, Jackie Crozier, who previously worked on Manchester Pride.
Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on February 27th 2010.
The featured record for this particular week was the self titled debut album by a band called Led Zepellin from 1969.
As well as that, there were other sixties delights from the likes of Spanky Wilson, The Yardbirds, The Third Rail, Cream, The Doors, and John Mayall.
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