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Kyle Walker brings you evening music and conversation.
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Broadcasting legend Gordon Burns on Manchester People with Phil Trow.
The Blinders perform an acoustic version of their song Rat In A Cage.
Having sold more than seven million albums worldwide, Russell Watson is back on the road.
Elliot Bloom performs an acoustic version of his song At Your Own Risk.
Former footballer Danny Webber on Manchester People with Phil Trow.
Lindsay Munroe performs an acoustic version of her song Outline.
The Godlike Highs perform an acoustic version of their track The City.
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