The ladies from Herefordshire's Kings Caple village prepare for the Jubilee weekend.
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Dennis Neale, founder of Malvern's smallest theatre tells his story of survival.
The OFT says about 500,000 people a year have been given the wrong information.
There's a new gym in Worcester for people who don't want to go to a gym.
Hayley and Belinda tell Tammy about "Ladies in Lavender" at Malvern Theatres.
We follow the route for the Olympic torch live with our reporters.
The 70th anniversary of Radar, now Qinetiq, we visit the secret defence organisation.
Defence on the doorstep, part two in discovering the history of Malvern's QinetiQ.
How the Greek economy and the eurozone is affecting us with our local finance expert Sean.
Jeremy Irons is on a mission to cut the world's waste and it's taken him to Ross on Wye.
Kick-boxing mum of eight from Ross-on-Wye wins a fitness and beauty award.
Rainbow, which is a LGBT group, is organising three picnics in the summer.
A Herefordshire Art student who's painting a pretty picture in the world of business.
Why a team of cyclists is calling at St Richard's Hospice to collect artwork.
Libraries in Worcestershire are going high tech with a new e-book service.
New plans could see cashpoints asking us to donate money to charity.
Botox injections could be offered on the NHS to patients who suffer chronic migraines.
The importance of confidence for women and hair loss, from BBC H&W's image consultant.
Meet the armchair sailor from Worcester who weighed anchor to fulfill a lifetime ambition.
There's a new campaign being launched connected to Worcester's war memorials.
The Worcestershire mum who’s campaign for ‘funny blood’ is back in the studio.
Countryfile presenter, Adam Henson, is passionate about getting kids into the countryside.
We're behind the scenes of a theatrical make-up and costume show in Worcester.
We talk to a local solicitor about the new Marriage Foundation set up to reduce divorce.
We meet the bright sparks learning how to teach electronics in Worcestershire.
A former police officer has set up an authentic Indian cookery school in Herefordshire.