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Remembering the female pilots from White Waltham who flew Spitfires during the war.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Rob Wilson talks about the propsed changes to the catchment area in Wokingham.
Henley has been chosen to host a triathlon with around 1,500 competitors next year.
As the big banks axe local branches are the regional building societies are moving in?
The Bracknell soldier who served in Afghanistan, denied a council house
Sophie McCallum fom the RSPB explains the findings in the Make Your Nature Count Survey.
Michelle Reid, a study adviser at the University of Reading, offers tips for freshers.
Ascots Gino Meriano on the Liberal Democrats call for gay marriage religious ceremonies.
Hartley Whitney's Norman Wilkinson's rare railway art has been found, Phil fids out more.
Phil brings you highlights from the Royal County of Berkshire Show as well as travel news.
Music and travel information for Berkshire's drive home.
Jean Paul Delacy from Reading has an entry for the tallest costume worn at a marathon.
Danyl Johnson plays Reading in September and talks about life after the X Factor.
John Bignall from Cliveden House tells Phil all about the new beer brewed in Marlow.
Berkshire's Wellington College has built a replica in Beijing, Paul Cabrelli explains why.
Richard Huntley of West Berkshire Classic Car Club explains his role in Midsomer Murders.
Conkers could be in short supply this year, Dr Robert Jackson explains why.
Amanda Potgieter, Reading ladies cricket captain, tells us why they are the best team.
Philip Parker discusses the Post Offices launch of the intelligent stamps.
The University of Reading discuss actors approach to playing real and fictional characters
Rory finds out why Wokingham has one of the lowest rates of alchohol related injuries.