Anna meets Stella, who gave up her daughter as toddler and has now been reunited.
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Anna continues her series on unmarried mothers when she meets Adrienne from the Cotswolds.
Anna starts a series looking at the experiences of unmarried mothers in Gloucestershire.
Kate Justice sits in and meets two Gloucestershire midwives who are the best of friends.
Anna looks at mental health and discusses depressions and the anxiety associated with it.
Lydia Holt talks to Anna about ballet dancing with the Olympic Torch through Cheltenham.
Anna brings you all the build-up from Cirencester as the Olympic torch nears your county.
Katie Piper chats to Anna about her recent life since her facial disfigurement in 2008.
Belinda Phipps from the NCT joins Anna to discuss whether you can teach good parenting?
Anna continues her series on female farmers with Sheila Sadler who farms in the Cotswolds.
Anna continues her series meeting female farmers and hears how the industry is changing.
Kate Justice sits in. Gloucestershire Arthritis Trust marks its 30th birthday.
Paul Archer tells Anna about setting a world record for the longest ever journey by taxi.
Ahead of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, Anna heads to Cheltenham to meet a corgi dog owner.
Anna hears from two Gloucestershire residents who will carry the Olympic torch this May.
Anna looks at Brendan Coyle's claim that some children need to accept they won't be stars.
Anna completes her series on Strong Women with the Hicks Beech Ladies in the Cotswolds.
Anna hears about Emma Dent who who was a collector and helped bring water to Winchcombe.
Anna hears the story of Beatrice Webb who created the London School of Economics.
Anna begins a series looking at strong, local women and starts with Katherine Parr.