Mark hears from the Gloucestershire teacher voted Outstanding New Teacher 2011.
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Mark delves into a discussion about the eviction of travellers from a site in Newent.
Mark finds out how social enterprises help the NHS and why some people are against it.
Mark speaks to residents in the Forest of Dean who have won a battle against lawn charges.
Is it still worth going to University? Mark chats to students at Gloucestershire college.
Dominic Cotter sits in with Gloucestershire's reaction to Colonel Gaddafi's death.
Dominic Cotter sits in and hears why you should buy your solid fuels for winter now.
Dominic Cotter sits in and hears about plans to build 40,000 new homes in Gloucestershire.
Dominic Cotter sits in with the latest on plans to upgrade junction 10 of the M5.
Dominic Cotter sits in with highlights of the 2011 Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Mark hears about how instances of metal theft has recently increased in Gloucestershire.
Mark looks at why women in particular are struggling to find work in Gloucestershire.
Mark hears about plans put forward to help make the A48 a safer road.
Mark hears about plans to extend the roadworks on Worcester Street in Gloucester.
Mark looks at plans to close a bridge over the M5 at junction 10 for roadworks.
Mark has the latest on 12,000 homes in Cheltenham and Winchcombe having no running water.
Mark finds out how many homes in Gloucestershire currently stand empty.
Mark looks the growing trend of Gloucestershire residents living in mobile homes.
Mark looks back at a sunny weekend in Gloucestershire hearing from the rugby and the lido.