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A selection of the best interviews, features and reports from across the BBC Radio Jersey output.
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Roger brings you all the news, views and information that you need to start your day .
House in France
For some of us it is the dream of retirement and perhaps the only house we will ever be able to afford. I am talking about a house in France out in the country south of St Malo and this is a road down which many local residents have travelled.
Roger brings you all the news, views and information that you need to start your day in Jersey.
On your bike
Around one hundred miles of safe routes across the island make up Jersey Tourism's Cycle Network. And the final stretch of that network, which connects Les Quennevais to St Peter's Village, is officially being opened.
Join Roger every weekday morning for the best way to start your day in Jersey.
The UK papers have been filled with appeals for missing 15-year-old Laura Stainforth who is thought to have left her home in Cleethorpes, England, with a man she met through an internet chat room last week.
Tune in to Roger Bara at breakfast for everything you need to start your day.
Do you feel safe walking on the streets of St Helier, especially at night? Although the overall number of night time assaults in town recorded by Jersey police was DOWN at the beginning of last year, calls to the police to deal with street violence and disorder was UP.
Listen to Jersey Today between 06:00 and 09:00 every weekday morning for everything you need to know to start your day in Jersey.
Burns and bagpipes
The Burns supper is an institution in Scottish life and celebrates the life of Robert Burns. He was the author of many Scots poems including "Auld Lang Syne," which many of us sing to mark the New Year.
last updated: 24/01/2009 at 08:45
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