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Kate Justice covers. Find out why rare butterflies are making a return to Gloucestershire.
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Anna hears from Michael Fish as he celebrates 40 years of forecasting the weather.
Fiona Bruce joins Anna on the day the Antiques Roadshow comes to Cheltenham Town Hall.
Anna meets a Forest of Dean man who adopted two young children with Down's syndrome.
Anna meets parents from Gloucestershire who have children who have Down's syndrome.
Kate Justice covers and looks at how many hours parents spend with their children in cars.
Health, heart and money issues explored with Anna and a whole lot more!
Kate Justice sits in and asks does the saying 'manners maketh the man' still ring true?
Sybil Ruscoe sits in and marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
Sybil Ruscoe sits in and is joined by a Gloucestershire bee expert.
Sybil Ruscoe sits in and meets Fiona Mountain who's swapped London for the Cotswolds.
Sybil Ruscoe sits in and hears about a new cricket museum in Stow on the Wold.
Anna hears about an Easter procession taking place through Gloucester City Centre.
Anna continues to look at guilt by looking at Catholicism and their process of confession.
Anna continues to meet people from Gloucestershire who suffer with the feeling of guilt.
Katherine Kear joins Anna to look at the symbolism and meaning associated with Easter.
Faye Hatcher sits in and is joined by author Kathy Lette to discuss World Autism Day.