25 September 2017   |  Last Updated 18-12-2014 11:16

      Quays Radio News

       

      In today's Quays Radio  News programme we look at the controversy surrounding Scientology and the efforts of campaign group Anonymous to stand in their way.

      We report on the hackers that have forced Sony to cancel the premier of their new film. There is relief for public transport users as a projected Metrolink price hike has been delayed until next summer, and history has been made as Salford welcomes its first ever female bishop.


      We cover Christmas shopping, seasonal charity drives and unwanted presents, as well as how much the 12 days of Christmas would actually cost you in the UK today.


      In entertainment we went to a re-enactment of the WW1 Christmas Day football match, a gig at the Ruby Lounge in aid of food banks, and Clint Boon discusses new music.


      Sport catches up with Lancashire County Cricket Club players at Walkden High School who were there to encourage children to pick up a bat, plus we have a full round-up of last night’s football.

       

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