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Mark looks ahead to a Judicial Review into plans for badger culling in Gloucestershire.
Mark looks ahead to a Royal visit to Cheltengham to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Mark talks to the Gloucestershire Division of the British Medical Association.
Ahead of industrial action, Mark finds out what it's like to be a GP in Gloucestershire.
Mark talks to a primary school head teacher who is taking a stand against Facebook.
Mark talks to a Gloucestershire expat who's come home and a retired expat still in Spain.
Mark meets a Gloucestershire man who has survived a heart attacked at the age of 42.
Mark looks at how many cycling accidents have occurred on Gloucestershire's road recently.
Mark hears from a Gloucestershire mum who thinks more needs to be done to tackle bullying.
Former Acting FA Chair, Roger Burden chats to Mark about England's chances in Euro 2012.
David Smith sits in. Find out why Winchcombe hospital remains empty years after closing.
David Smith sits in and looks at the number of pop-up shops opening in Gloucestershire.
Steve Kitchen covers and is joined by Acting Chief Constable for the county Mick Matthews.
Ahead of the Diamond Jubilee, Mark finds out how Gloucestershire will be celebrating.