Join me on Tuesday at 12 on North Manchester FM for another Helping of History! This week, I’m talking to Mark Wilson from the People’s History Museum about a fantastic exhibition currently on display in the museum.
You may remember back in February, I interviewed Katrina Navickas about her research into contested open spaces, protest and the curious history of Cropper Street in Collyhurst. As we discussed in that interview, Katrina’s research has been taken to the People’s History Museum as a fascinating new exhibition: The Most Radical Street in Manchester?, which is on until Sunday 22nd September. I’ll be speaking to Exhibition Officer Mark Wilson on Tuesday’s show to find out more about the exhibition, the museum’s displays, and associated events.
As well as my interview with Mark, I’ll sharing another little story from my folder of North Manchester miscellanies. And, of course, I’ll be taking my usual look through Yesterday’s Papers.
Catch the show on Tuesday at 12 on 106.6FM (if you’re in the North Manchester area) or listen online (if you’re further afield).
Missed the show? You can catch it again here: