Sybil Ruscoe sits in and meets a local woman who is celebrating her leap year birthday.
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Sybil Ruscoe sits in and meets a man who has written a practical guide to pregnancy.
Sybil Ruscoe sits in and wants to know what childhood Gloucestershire memories you have.
Anna King meets a local teenager turning her life around after battling with anorexia.
Anna has a glimpse into the life of a wartime agent who features on a new set of stamps.
Anna meets two foster parents from Gloucester who have received awards for their efforts.
Anna tries to find out why the weather in Gloucestershire is constantly changing.
Kate Justice sits in. Kate O'Donovan from Mumsnet discusses how mothers pay their bills.
Jeremy Clutterbuck joins Anna to discuss their green hearse which runs on chip shop oil.
Anna looks at bed wetting and how in some cases it doesn't stop when the child gets older.
Sybil Ruscoe sits in. Natasha Kaplinsky discusses her current work with Save the Children.
Sybil Ruscoe sits in and looks at husbands and wives who work together in their job.
Sybil Ruscoe sits in and meets the Landlord and Landlady at an inn in Lower Swell.
Anna heads to the Forest of Dean to hear about six lodges in the area.
Anna looks at how children cope when the home they've always known is taken away.
Anna hears from a Cheltenham man who after a family argument became homeless.
Anna questions why there are fewer ladybirds in Gloucestershire than there use to be.
Sybil Ruscoe covers and meets a retired midwife from Mickleton who discusses her memories.
Anna looks at the instant TV success of Call the Midwife and its author Jennifer Worth.
Anna continues her series on men completing stereotypically female jobs.
Anna talks to the Coney Hill lollipop man - finding out about men doing female jobs.