From Lancashire horse thief to one of the New World’s most respected businesswomen – John Wright examines the remarkable life of Molly Haydock.
Martin Pilkington reports on a Lancashire town that has confounded the pessimists.
Twenty-five years ago the suggestion that Bury could become a landmark cultural and retail destination would have earned more laughs than the big name comedians on stage at the town’s Met Theatre.
Crufts is about to start, bringing back happy memories for Bury’s award winning dog trainer. Mairead Mahon went walkies
Andrew Nutter is a chef who needs little introduction. Emma Mayoh spoke to the food industry veteran whose mum still pays his wages.
Former Bury schoolgirl Nicola Schindler is one of the most powerful women in TV. As her new series Ordinary Lies begins Mairead Mahon caught up with her.
A statue immortalising one of Lancashire’s best-loved entertainers is a fitting tribute, writes Victoria Wood’s biographer Neil Brandwood.
Bury’s Kate O’Flynn finds herself on set giving Renée Zellweger a hard time. Roger Borrell finds out why.
The Clarence in Bury has all of the right ingredients for the perfect dining pub. Emma Mayoh reports
Bury is seldom out of the headlines and invariably for all the right reasons. Roger Borrell and photographer Kirsty Thompson took a tour
According to the critics, Rochdale’s Victoria Derbyshire has avoided turning her new BBC2 programme into a freak show. She spoke to Mike Glover
Black puddings are old favourites but they are set for a new beginning, as Paul Mackenzie reports
The rhythmic clatter of a cotton mill at full pelt will resonate down the ages when Lancashire hosts a remarkable world premiere this month