Anthony Padgett has been a man on a mission to bring a 21st century twist to modern art and gain new insights into Picasso’s work. As Anthony’s new exhibition opens he tells Fiona Finch about his “Year With Picasso”.
Next week is national Dementia Action Week when people, workplaces, schools and communities are urged to take action to improve the lives of people living with dementia. Fiona Finch turns the spotlight on two local organisations doing just that.
A heartbroken mother whose son suffered brain damage and multiple injuries when he was shaken as a baby shares her story prior to the launch tomorrow of a new county campaign designed to help prevent future tragedies.
A new campaign will be launched in Lancashire tomorrow to alert grandparents to the latest advice on safer sleep for babies. FIONA FINCH reports on why grandpas and grandmas are being targeted to help keep infants safe.
Comedian Steve Royle received an invitation he could not refuse when he was asked to play legendary entertainer Dan Leno in a new play. Its creator David Slattery-Christy tells FIONA FINCH why the casting was instant
For Dr Fiona Frank it’s been quite a journey. To gain her PhD she traced the story of her uncle’s family. Her new book offers a unique insight into faith, family and immigration. She tells FIONA FINCH why its timing is so appropriate.
A Chorley-based theatre company is bringing a new production to Lancashire which explores what the red rose county means to its residents. Fiona Finch reports how the pioneering Junction 8 Theatre is determined to create new work and attract new audiences to theatre.
Now is the time of year Hoghton Tower gets ready for the new visitor season. Reporter Fiona Finch and photographer Neil Cross went behind the scenes at the historic county property to see work in progress.
“If my book can help I would be very glad”. Catherine Simpson tells Fiona Finch how she hopes her memoir, prompted by grief at the loss of her sister, will help other families talk about their problems.
From the Toxteth riots to the ravages of the West Pennine Moors fire last summer Chris Kenny has spent 40 years in the fire service. He tells Fiona Finch about his career and why the county should be very proud of its fire and rescue workers.
Becky Wood and husband Iain have faced some unexpected challenges setting up their new business. Here, Becky tells Fiona Finch how a life long love of ice cream created a new opportunity for them, despite health obstacles.