We asked people in Salford what they thought of the horse meat crisis - are they worried about eating horsemeat? Has it changed the way they shop? There were some interesting views - listen in now!
Here's an entry for the Jubilee Time Capsule, Yogesh talks about when she found out she was going to be awarded an MBE and how she felt when she received a very important letter!
16th June 2012
I spoke to a few people on the eve of the Paralympic Games to see how they felt about the games and there was a mixed response.
On a sunny afternoon, Charles interviews locals residents in the Northern Quarter of Manchester City Centre.
This is the product of me going round the city centre asking people three questions... then learning editing skills on audacity.
People's love of the city of Manchester. From the streets of Manchester we give you what people think of the city they live in or have visited for the day.
A rough and ready snapshot of people's views on Manchester's Gay Village. People talk about what brought them to The Village and how they think it has changed over time.
In April 2011, Breakthrough UK - an organisation of disabled people based in Ardwick, Manchester - launched the Right to Control, a new initiative that give disabled people control over their personal budget and allow them to buy-in their own support / need
An interview with members of the Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People about the training they do with Young Disabled People
One of the most effective ways for disabled people finding paid employment can be through volunteering. The purpose of this piece is to capture peoples experiences of volunteering, trying to show people how enjoyable and useful volunteering can be.