In the first of a three-part series, Matt Johnson explores the shady world of Football League club ownership and speaks to the fans effected.
Ru Paul's Drag Race and It's A Sin are great, but the lack of LGBTQ+ representation in news is potentially damaging, writes Emily Hogg.
In a new radio documentary, UA92's Bobbi Hadgraft explores whether Hyperlocal news and the people running it could be the saviours of local journalism.
Are Greater Manchester Police failing to tackle the issue of gang violence in Ashton-under-Lyne?
Elliott Pettigrove explores why Premier League football academies may not be full of the glitz and glamour that people expect.
It’s 5pm, Manchester United have just lost 2-0 in one of the most one-sided Manchester derbies ever. A tweet appears from Bruno Fernandes. Expecting the usual, “Disappointed with the result, we go again next week” robotics, this time it was something quite different. But not in a good way. His social media team posted “Goooood … Continue reading Are professional footballers missing a trick on social media?
When Arthur Johnson first started going to the pub, a pint was only less than £1, Fred Astaire was top of the charts and Sunderland had just won the league. Through 24 prime ministers and a covid pandemic, Arthur - known to his friends as 'Bunny' - has always remained loyal to his local.
Lewis Hardcastle, 22, speaks to UA92 Insider on his choice to retire following the progression of a genetic heart condition.
Adam Flowers aims to shine a spotlight on what students get up to outside of academia. First up, Twitch newcomer Jay Barker.
Ahead of the upcoming Manchester Mayoral election, Andy Burnham discusses his career highlights and challenges faced throughout his time in politics with UA92.