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Mike George sits in. Kevin George answers your questions on family history.
Mike George sits in and hears about Britain in a Day which is on BBC Two this week.
Richard Atkins sits in and previews this weekend's bird count at Barnwood Arboretum.
Richard Atkins sits in and previews of the Bleddington Music Festival with Rodney Beacham.
Sam Strouder from the Wychwood Festival joins David to preview this year's event.
David hears whether a cheese-roll will go ahead on Coopers Hill near Brockworth this year.
David presents commentary of the Cotswold Olimpicks at Dover's Hill near Chipping Camden.
David broadcasts from Dover's Hill to bring you the build up to the Cotswold Olimpicks.
Adam Corbally chats to David about being the latest candidate to be fired by Lord Sugar.
David heads to Painswick Golf Club to have a go at being a golf course greenkeeper.
Gloucestershire author Paul Gait chats to David about his new book set in the Cotswolds.
Mike George sits in and previews the South Cerney Festival which takes place this weekend.
David finds out which part of Gloucestershire has links with the Eurovision Song Contest.
David brings you some highlights of the Olympic torch moving through Gloucestershire.
David welcomes the Olympic torch to Gloucestershire as it makes its way to Prestbury Park.
David hears how Gloucestershire exhibitors are getting on at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
David hears about a new baby reindeer that's been born at Prinknash Bird & Deer Park.
Mike George sits in and meets a blogger from Cheltenham who is a harpist by trade.
Mike George sits in and visits The Royal Pigeon Racing Association in Tewkesbury.
Mike George sits in. Jenna Whittingham discusses getting fired from The Apprentice.
Mike George sits in and has a full preview of this year's Nailsworth Festival.
Mike George sits in and is joined by Simon Chorley to answer your antiques questions.
David hears about plans for a new primary school in the Kingsway area of Gloucester.
David heads to the Forest of Dean to try his hand at being a horse farrier.
Former Gloucester player Phil Vickery tells David what he's doing for the Diamond Jubilee.
David heads to Frampton-on-Severn to find out how hard it can be to conduct an orchestra.
David hears from the Cotswold Care Hospice about the events the charity have planned.
The Hairy Bikers join David to discuss their tour which is taking place later this year.
Fired Apprentice candidate Azhar Siddique chats to David about his time on the programme.
David is joined by a copywriter from Gloucestershire as his blogging series continues.