Anna meets former pupils of Gloucester High School for Girls ahead of their reunion.
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Anna questions why we can't seem to give up reading a book, even when we're hating it.
We question the strange advice our parents have passed on to help bring up our children.
Dominic Cotter sits in looking at what phrases like "Road to Recovery" really mean.
Anna continues looking at the impact head injuries can have on families and friends.
Anna speaks to two local people whose lives have been changed by a head injury.
Anna looks at the growing trend of secretly gardening run-down areas.
Anna looks at Type 2 Diabetes as more than 10,000 people in the UK are said to be at risk.
Kate Clark sits in and celebrates The Palace Cinema in Cinderford's 100th birthday.
Anna hears about a Family Centre at Cheltenham Racecourse and has the latest on Libya.
Anna hears from a female bookmaker who's currently working at the Cheltenham Festival.
Anna questions why we find it so difficult to live with regret and move on?
We look at the alarming number of bee hive thiefs which are occurring in Gloucestershire.
Dominic Cotter sits in looking at new techniques to help those suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Anna has the latest information on the earthquake that hit Japan early Friday morning.
Anna looks at road safety and asks what is the best method of keeing our children safe.
Anna looks at the burlesque phenomenon sweeping village halls across Gloucestershire.
Anna finds out how to join a social club for Gloucestershire's more mature ladies.
Dominic Cotter sits in and speaks to a woman who has written a play about Ofsted.
Anna's recipe series concludes with a look at how to make a failsafe curry.
Anna finds out what it's like living a life in the armed forces.
Anna asks if it's okay to be naked around your children?
Where do you want to die? We discuss as figures show 2/3 of people want to die at home.