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Jimmy Wagg brings you all the latest gossip from Manchester City. Tuesday evening is the time to air your views on all things City. Text 81333 MANC or at manchestersports@bbc.co.uk
 
BBC Radio Manchester's weekly Manchester United fanzine. Air your views via phone (0161 228 2255), text 81333 (start your message MANC), or email at manchestersports@bbc.co.uk.
 
Listen to highlights of Dave Gilyeat and his team of new music aficionados as they deliver all the best Oxfordshire bands you've never heard before.
 
Latest news from the King Power Stadium including highlights from Monday night’s phone-in, in-depth interviews with Foxes’ stars and post-match reaction. From BBC Radio Leicester
 
Highlights of BBC Radio Leicester's Leicester Tigers coverage including a weekly post-match round-ups and analysis.
 
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Robert Elms
Weekly
 
Robert Elms brings you the latest queries, notes and best bits from his BBC London show over the past seven days.
 
Weekly gardening advice with Tim Crowther, including top tip, plant and job of the week and back to basics. Solutions to your gardening problems. BBC Radio Leeds
 
A weekly round-up of all the Norwich City news through the eyes of the fans. Featuring the most interesting Canary Call clips of the week.
 
Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz - weekdays from 7am.
 
Toby Foster gives you laugh out loud moments as he makes his way through life in South Yorkshire and north Derbyshire. From BBC Radio Sheffield.
 
Showcasing new music in Suffolk, Richard Haugh and Graeme Mac bring you highlights from BBC Suffolk Introducing. Broadcast Saturday at 8pm on BBC Radio Suffolk.
 
The BBC Introducing on Radio Humberside team presents live sessions, news and views from unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar artists.
 
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Sportscene Talk-In
Weekly+
 
A chance for listeners to phone in and make their point or comment on sporting matters.
 
Farmer and nature lover Chris Skinner shares wildlife recordings and answers questions.
 
A weekly round-up of the non-league football scene across the Solent region
 
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Ken Crowther
Weekly
 
Get your gardening questions answered every Saturday morning. Call 0300 200 40 41 (local rate).
 
The latest on the King's Lynn Stars in speedway's Premiership.
 
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Hear all the reaction to the much anticipated Derby v Cardiff game.
 
Bury band The Glitter Shop are in for a grunge-pop infused Suffolk Session! We celebrate yet another Muckaniks opener and a track from Daisy Victoria!
 
Jimmy Wagg is joined by former City midfielder Gary Owen to discuss which players deserve a number of special awards as the season draws to a close.
 
Live sessions from Emma Fee and Marx plus Alan's Track of the Week from Dead Hormones
 
Can Claude Puel make the big decisions? Ian Stringer and Matt Piper discuss.
 
Local hero Bessie Turner talks about her debut EP, 22:22, and how her life has changed.
 
Join Chris Coles and Craig Ramage for a lively hour of Rams and Brewers debate...
 
Some previously-unheard recordings from recent visits to Chris's farm.
 
This week with BBC Radio Leeds’ Tim and Graham – The plant of the week is the camilia, in the job of the week we say there is a time to reap and a time to sow, Tim goes back to basics to ask the mighty monsters that are coming and Graham’s top tip; it’s pruning time again.The very best advice from West Yorkshire’s gardening gurus; Tim Crowther ...…
 
Lucy Leave join Dave for a chat and live session, we play singer-songwriter Ophelia Ray for the very first time and Ronan Munro talks Common People + lots of great Oxfordshire music!
 
Former boxer Jack Rowan talks about becoming an actor and author John Simmons discusses his latest novel ‘Spanish Crossings’.
 
Plus, Havant & Waterlooville continue their title push in the National League South.
 
The number of volunteers in hospitals is on the rise and London's winter shelter programme comes to an end for another season.
 
Hear all the reaction to Derby's defeat to M'Boro and Burton's victory at Sunderland.
 
In this edition of the BBC Essex Gardening Hour, Dave Gilham from Abercorn Garden Centre joins Ken Crowther to answer your gardening questions on everything from Olive Trees, Laurels and Puschinias.There's also exclusive podcast-only plant of the week and tips on things you can be getting on with in the garden over the next 7 days.…
 
Toby meets a YouTube sensation and the creators of The Naked Podcast.
 
Leicester boss Claude Puel reacts to a draw against Southampton
 
Chris Coles, Dave Fletcher, Billy Godleman and Kim Barnett look ahead to the new campaign
 
Norwich legend Bryan Gunn looks ahead to the visit of Inter Forever to Carrow Road
 
George Chuter, Eleanor Wilkinson & Ian Cockerill join Martin Ballard.
 
Bill Rice is joined by former United midfielder Russell Beardsmore to discuss Sunday's 1-0 defeat at Old Trafford to relegation threatened West Bromwich Albion.
 
Jimmy Wagg is joined by former Manchester City winger Peter Barnes to reflect on the Blues becoming the Premier League champions and the importance of captain, Vincent Kompany.
 
Sessions from Rhiannon Scutt & Codex plus Young Jack's new single is Track of the Week
 
Join Chris Coles and Craig Ramage for a lively hour of Rams and Brewers debate...
 
Matthew spots his first swallow of the year on a visit to Chris's farm.
 
Ian Stringer and Matt Elliott preview the clash with Southampton.
 
This week with BBC Radio Leeds’ Tim and Aaron Hickman – the plant of the week is the fantastic, ferny foliage, the job of the week is to have a lay down (not all is as it seems), Tim goes back to basics to ask about glorious gladies and Aaron’s top tip; watch the thermometer very closely.The very best advice from West Yorkshire’s gardening guru ...…
 
Dave finds out what's coming up for Flatlands + plays Oxfordshire's latest new music.
 
Jack Rafferty brings you reaction as Saints are victorious in the East Midlands Derby.
 
Burton Albion come out on top as they beat Derby 3-1 at home.
 
Leicester boss Claude Puel reacts to another Foxes defeat plus fans have their say
 
Vanessa discusses the shrine in Hither Green and the “safe zone” outside an Ealing abortion clinic.
 
Actor and filmmaker Johnny Harris celebrates the talent of the Working Classes, photographer Jill Furmanovsky talks about her exhibition ‘Inside Abbey Road’ exhibition and Jenny Landreth chats her book ‘Swell’ and the places she likes to swim around London.
 
In this edition of the BBC Essex Gardening Hour podcast, Lucy Chamberlain answers your gardening questions on everything from rose, amaryllis and waterlogged lawns.There's also exclusive podcast-only tips for things you can be getting on with in the garden over the next 7 days and the plant of the week.…
 
Martin Ballard & Mike McCarthy bring up to date with Claude Puel's press conference.
 
Toby tries to cheer the listeners up...they compare him to a dog!
 
Rob and Phil recall a lightbulb moment in Sunderland
 
Mike McCarthy and The Birch preview the clash with Burnley.
 
Jimmy Wagg and former City youth coach Steve Eyre discuss the team to face Liverpool.
 
All the reaction to Derby's 2-0 defeat at Wolves and Burton's 5-0 defeat at home to Hull.
 
Bill Rice is joined by former Manchester United striker Danny Webber to discuss the potential swap deal involving Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and PSG's Neymar.
 
Louis Deacon & Ian Cockerill join Martin Ballard to preview the game against Northampton Saints
 
Last of the Wonder Kids & Tim O'Connor live plus 53 Degrees North and Cameo Brooks
 
Ipswich indie-rock four-pierce The Baskervilles are in for a Suffolk Session! We spin you The Glitter Shop's latest single and there's a bit of Goldblume in there too!
 
Chris Coles and Craig Ramage with lively Rams and Brewers debate
 
Trees on Chris's farm may have been hit by disease similar to ash dieback.
 
Ian Stringer, James Sharpe and a panel of Foxes fans evaluate Claude's evolution.
 
This week with BBC Radio Leeds’ Tim and Graham –On the plant of the week, we have a go at alpine plants, the job of the week is potting up your pots, Tim goes back to basics to ask about sowing plants for your pollinators and Graham’s top tip; pop in a few peas.The very best advice from West Yorkshire’s gardening gurus; Tim Crowther and Graham ...…
 
Dave's joined by Catgod for a chat about their upcoming EP and they play Blood live in session, plus there's a first play from Dismembered Sound Booth and loads of new music from Oxfordshire.
 
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