Mark launches our four-month look at the changing face of high streets in Gloucestershire.
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Mark asks if an entire generation in Gloucestershire will never be able to buy a house.
Mark finds out about the overnight fire in Quedgeley that has gutted a local pub.
Mark looks at plans to get more young people into farming, plus the latest on Libya.
Mark hears about plans for Kingsway near Gloucester to have their own Parish Council.
Mark looks at the growing trend of three generations of families living in one house.
Mark has the latest from Libya and reports from the North Cotswold railway line.
Steve Kitchen sits in to talk about fuel poverty in Gloucestershire.
Steve Kitchen sits in. News, weather, sport and travel with entertaining guests.
Steve Kitchen sits in, speaking to Gloucestershire Police Chief Tony Melville.
Steve Kitchen hears about the threat to homes in Sharpness.
Steve Kitchen talks about parish council taxes which are rising by £560,000.
Steve Kitchen sits in to find out reaction to people in Barton Street about the riots.
Steve Kitchen sits in to discuss the opening of a youth club in Gloucester.
Steve Kitchen looks at the overnight unrest in Gloucester city centre.
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Steve Kitchen sits in and hears why allotments are growing in popularity in the county.
Mark previews The Festival of British Eventing which is taking place at Gatcombe Park.
Mark hears about the alarming rise of sick days in Gloucestershire.
Mark and Claire Carter hear about the unique history of Cam and Dursley Railway Station.
Mark hears about possible bus route closures for services across Gloucestershire.
Steve Kitchen sits in and meets the University of Gloucestershire's new vice chancellor.