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“Then I will begin” - said Daphne Oxenford on the cult children’s TV programme “Listen With Mother” in January 1950. “Listen With Mother” was broadcast...

New large print book launched to keep visually impaired reading

Swinton-based creative writing group SWit’CH has published a collection of short stories in large print format for readers with a visual impairment like Macular...

What’s For Tea, Bob? 

Bob Alston from Tameside gives us his and his wife Dawn’s lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership...

What’s For Tea, Susan? 

Susan Mottram from Swinton, Salford gives us her lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership with the GM...
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What’s For Tea, Jean?   

Jean Friend from Chadderton, Oldham gives us her lockdown diet lowdown as part of our “What’s For Tea” series in partnership with the GM...

The (Vintage) show must go on!

The radio hosts of ALL FM’s Vintage FM show relaunch in lockdown - thanks to the power of technology. Don Berry and Mike Bath usually...

Delve into Manchester Memories with new Archives service

The Manchester libraries' Archives+ service has launched a series of online memory boxes to connect people to their local history while in lockdown. Siobhan O'Connor,...

Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company hosts virtual drama workshops

The Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders Company has moved its regular workshops, including its twice-monthly Elders Monday’s meet-ups, to virtual sessions that can be accessed...

‘Virtual Village Hall’ launches to beat the boredom

A 'virtual village hall' has been launched to give people a chance to enjoy activities they would usually find at their local community hub...

Chorlton activist announces Reggae podcast to unite fans in lockdown.

A Chorlton activist and reggae fan has launched his own podcast to connect with Reggae fans - with his latest episode released to unite...
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Are you sitting comfortably?

“Then I will begin” - said Daphne Oxenford on the cult children’s TV programme “Listen With Mother” in January 1950. “Listen With Mother” was broadcast...

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