So Fuse FM is now back on air (yay!) and to celebrate this, a new podcast highlighting the best of last time round.
Station Manager-to-be Joe Kearney kicks things off with Dean Webster, playing YAY or NEIGH followed by Inbetween Days bringing a brief minute of Marvin Gaye related movie trivia. Charlie & Simon's Hot Tub Time Machiene are next, presenting the reasons for polevaulting over poledancing and Hattie Pearson finishes the podcast with an exclusive interview of the Maccabes bassist, Rupert.
Fuse FM's very own Hattie Pearson was part of a project that looked into whether students recycle enough. Her group worked with Manchester City Council and Manchester Student Homes to try and find a way of encouraging more students to recycle their rubbish.
Joe Kearney caught up with Hattie to try and find out what he can be doing to help the environment and what the council needs to be doing to stop our rubbish going to landfill.
Dave Daniel is an up and coming musician from Manchester and before Easter he popped down to the old Studio 2 to record a couple of tracks for us. This is the first, called "Living in Self Regret".
Have a listen below!
Tives and Becky present: What's That You're Putting In My Mouth?
This is a twist on a classic game show, however the looser has to drink a horrible cocktail with terrible ingredients.
The game show this week is Who Wants to Be A Millionaire head-to-head, but who will come off better, and will it be Becky Or Tives who has to have this disgusting concoction?
Today James Sandford put on his Sunday best and head down to the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital as the Queen unveiled a plaque at it's official opening. Crowds of people turned out and weren't dissapointed as the queen arrived in her car waving to happy onlookers and took to the stage for a quick performance of a specially commissioned piece of music by the Royal Northern Collage of Music and to unveil that comemorative plaque. Here is his breif recording of the action.