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I've got a story for you...

Andrew Peach's listeners continue to impress and amaze him with their stories, opinions and experiences live on his breakfast show on BBC Radio Berkshire. Here are some of Andrew's favourite interviews for you to enjoy again.

Andrew Peach

He's my toyboy...

Andrew was talking toyboys and 55-year-old Veronica got in touch to talk about how she left her husband for a boyfriend 18 years her junior.

A teenager and pregnant

Andrew asked for stories on teen pregnancies and received some amazing calls from Berkshire women, including Sarah from Reading who gave her parents a bit of a shock.

Abortion helped me out

Following an American survey which stated that women who have a termination suffer no mental trauma, Andrew asked if that could really be true. Hilary called in to tell Andrew that she has had two abortions and has no regrets. Find out why.

Drugged up

How can you keep your children away from drugs? Jenny from Bracknell called in to tell Andrew why she kicked out her pot-smoking son.

Affairs of the heart

After an American lady declared that she thought affairs could be good for a marriage, Andrew asked what you thought. Mary called to tell Andrew about her husband's affair - with another man.

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