Mark hears about the latest plans for the NHS in Gloucestershire.
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Mark hears why Gloucester is one of the worst places in the Midlands for blocked sewers.
Mark finds out how air pollution levels are monitored across Gloucestershire.
Harriet Harman, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, joins Mark direct from Liverpool.
Mark hears why Gloucester Food Bank has been used more frequently recently.
Mark previews Gloucester v Bath and asks if Gloucester fans are the most passionate.
Mark looks into why there's a growing number of people living alone in Gloucestershire.
Mark looks at new fly-tipping statistics and how much it costs Gloucestershire each year.
Mark hears plans to build a new housing estate on the outskirts of Bishop's Cleeve.
Mark hears about a new scheme to help Gloucestershire communities set up their own shop.
Mark has reports from Gloucester's Imjin Barracks as NATO troops return from Afghanistan.
Mark looks at the number of NHS dentists that you can currently join in Gloucestershire.
Mark looks at figures relating to the number of hospital admissions due to alcohol.
Mark hears about possible parliamentary constituency changes in Gloucestershire.
Mark hears how a Quedgeley tea company is now exporting its product to China.
Mark hears how one set of roadworks in Moreton in Marsh could cost a business £20,000.
Mark hears about plans for Gloucestershire's ambulance service to merge.
Mark has reports from South Cerney where local residents are trying to buy a local lake.
Mark hears about new flights which are now in operation from Gloucestershire Airport.
As children go back to school, Mark looks at how our education system has changed.
As Gloucester Rugby gets its season under way, Mark hears from chairman Ryan Walkinshaw.
Mark reviews a meeting which discussed the future of the NHS in Gloucestershire.