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20171002

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

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Ged Mills sits in with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

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20171020

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

The cat's finally out of the bag... It's the morning after Children in Need Rocks the 80s, Graham is live from New Broadcasting House in London, to launch this years challenge. The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171023

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

Royalty is in the county meeting local projects that support veterans, and a row has broken out over plans for a new state of the art sport centre in Accrington. The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171024

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

EU citizens living in Lancashire voice their fears post Brexit, and Traditional Hotpot in decline... according to a new survey we now prefer more foreign foods for our tea. The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171025

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

Should people be handed on the spot fines for littering? Graham hears about a new pilot scheme in Blackburn with Darwen, and how long is your commute to work? According to a study, they're getting longer... and it's making us unhappy. The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171026

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

Graham hears why a number of places in Lancashire have been added to the Heritage at Risk register by Historic England. We speak to MP Mark Hendrick who's raised concerns about manufacturer Alstom closing it's Preston site, and Lord Tony Greaves tells Graham why he's called on the government to look into the management of Lancashire County Council.

The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171027

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

Councillors vote in favour of a controversial restructure of management which will see several senior officers including The Chief Executive leave the authority within three months. Graham also speaks to Reverend Timothy Lipscombe, a well known Lancashire clergyman who is set to give his last sermon this weekend after 33 years service.

20171030

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

South Ribble Borough Council have voted in favour of putting a cap on the the number of dogs that can be walked by one person.

The leader of Lancashire Council of Mosques Abdul Quereshi joins Graham in the studio to debate a vote to ban unstunned halal meat from being served in schools.

And Graham hears from residents in Heysham concerned that grave stones at least a thousand years old could be in danger of falling into the sea.

The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171031

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

The MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood is calling for a complete overhaul to the way people report cases of harassment or bullying, and Graham hears how having an open fire could be putting your home in danger.

The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171101

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

Retirement is supposed to be the part of life when you kick back and relax, but a new study says one in four retirees end up working again within five years.

The Queen and Price Phillip celebrate 70 years married today, Graham hears how marriages have changed and why they are in decline.

The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171102

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.

40% of people surveyed in the North West feel poppies should be made compulsory, but a third of under 25s are choosing not to wear one saying the poppy "glorifies war".

The listen again programme is a repeat. Please listen carefully as our text and phone lines may have closed and you may still be charged. Enjoy the show.

20171103

Waking up the county with the very latest news, sport and information for Lancashire.