With the Track World Championships ongoing, John Amaechi visits the National Cycling Centre in Manchester to meet British medallists and learn the secrets of their success. Show more
As all three of Cunard's world-famous liners make an historic visit to Liverpool, Simon O'Brien reflects on 175 years of pioneering transatlantic travel. Show more
Mary-Ann Ochota discovers how sailing on the Mersey, which began with fishermen racing each other, led to the formation of numerous sailing clubs. Show more
On the trail of some of the region's best-loved children's authors, Simon O'Brien discovers the north west landscape that inspired their tales of adventure. Show more
Charting the amateur actors taking part in the RSC's A Midsummer Night's Dream. The Poulton Drama actors prepare for their first night at The Grand Theatre in Blackpool. Show more
Jane Garvey talks to Sheila Jeffreys about how other countries deal with prostitution. Plus actress Michelle Collins' autobiography, and female police officers in Afghanistan. Show more
Peter Marshall talks to the only survivor of the Morecambe cockling tragedy a decade ago. Cumbria's ex-Chief Constable talks about his year-long suspension. Show more
On the day the Hillsborough inquests reach their conclusion, this special BBC documentary follows the family of campaigner Anne Williams throughout the two-year process.
Simon O'Brien goes on the trail of some of our best-loved children's authors and discovers the stunning north west landscape that inspired their tales of adventure.
Archaeologist Ben Robinson reveals the story of the village of Sunderland Point on the north west coast of England. Show more