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Mark speaks to Gloucester's former captain Phil Vickery as he announces his retirement.
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Mark discusses the problem of young drivers crashing in the Forest of Dean.
Mark discovers if there's still a postcode lottery for IVF treatment in Gloucestershire.
Mark discusses the proposed overhaul to the management of the Cotswold Water Park Society.
Steve Kitchen sits in and marks the 50th anniversary of the Severn Bridge disaster.
Steve Kitchen sits in. News of a Stroud company making the rides for the new Weston Pier.
We have Gloucestershire's reaction to the Spending Review and our autumn series continues.
Mark previews the Spending Review and looks at the defence review. Plus the autumn series.
We investigate possible energy alternatives now the Severn Barrage has been scrapped.
Mark looks at what’s going to happen at the Comprehensive Spending Review annoucement.
Mark talks to users and experts after new research reveals half of UK Wi-Fi can be hacked.
Mark gets to grips with the true cost of cuts across the county, and those fighting back.
Mark discusses plans to allow local authorities keep all the rent from council tenants.
Mark Cummings talks to Jimmy White at the launch of a new snooker arena in Quedgeley.
We look at research revealing one third of those killed on the roads don't wear seatbelts.
Mark previews the Cheltenham Literature Festival and we look at sporting rivalries.
We hear from a couple who has to deal with Alzheimer's and more from our rivalry series.
We look at the Carnage pub crawl that took place in Cheltenham and the founder of Netmums.
Mark finds out why a controversial pub crawl called Carnage UK is coming to Cheltenham.
Mark looks at Gloucester Rugby Club's relationship with big rival Bath.
Mark speaks to Gloucestershire's athletes competing in the Commonwealth Games in India.