If you live in Greater Manchester and you want to understand your world better, this is the podcast for you. Every week, we tackle a big story in the city region or interview a key figure who provides some new insight into the issues that are shaping this par of the world. It's all produced by the team at The Mill, whose award-winning journalism has won national acclaim and which specialises in in-depth reporting that digs a few levels deeper than regular news. To find out more about The Mill, visit manchestermill.co.uk. more
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Says it all. I thought the mill was a northern publication, not with these two southerners. Did I hear Molly say she was working class?? Nah. Cancelling my paid membership
This podcast is an excellent source of information about what is going on in Manchester. For those who read The Mill it adds background to the stories, giving an insight into how proper journalism works. Always an interesting listen, thoughtful and informative.
I am a Mancunian but spend half of my time in London. more
I subscribe to the mill since it started and now this is a great way to listen to the news I hope you do more being dyslexic this is the best way for me to get great news articles Flapper
Very informative with a great host who keeps you engaged till the end. Absolutely recommended to anyone living in Manchester. The Mill made me feel connected to a city I knew nothing about when I first moved here, not just with the news, politics or inspiring stories but with suggestions for cultural experiences - this podcast only adds to that! Joshi and his team are a solid bunch of talented journalists doing a great job. Will be waiting for more…
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The Manchester Weekly from The Mill launched 2 years ago and published 118 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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