Richard Hawley and Peter Levy: The Yorkshire Post features highlights this week
This week, we heard from BBC Look North presenter Peter Levy as he started to present the lunchtime news again after 21 years. He told us about his beloved Hull, the Selby rail disaster and working through the Covid pandemic.
We also spoke to a Yorkshire woman living with congenital heart disease, who is now volunteering to help others.
And we heard how a California author discovered and was inspired by his ancestors links to tragedy in Yorkshire's coalfields.
Sheffield singer Richard Hawley told us about how music kept him on the straight and narrow.
Whilst a former drug dealer from Rotherham spoke about how he turned his back on crime and is now helping other people to address trauma and criminality.
Finally, in arts and culture, we looked at Bradford theatre company Common Wealth's latest show Fast, Fast, Slow and Michael Frayn’s famous farce Noises Off, in Yorkshire this month.
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