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How the Pakistan floods are affecting the family of local millionaire Mo Chaudry
BBC Radio Stoke
Nick Robins sits in. Four hours of fun bank holiday tunes interspersed with witty banter.
School uniform horror stories and what the bank holiday weekend has in store - with Paula
Travel phone-in with Dave Barrett.Worried about your travel company or looking for ideas?
Paula sits in for Stuart and amongst the talking points on the show - Bedroom fun at 50!
Why the Bishop's wife had to keep her husband's new job a secret - find out more!
Paula wants to know about your favourite boy bands and the teen idols you swooned over
Never was so much owed by so many to so few: Which famous words have inspired you?
Advice on how to cope with any disappointments as the A-level results are released.
Expert pension and financial advice plus the local man juggling two jobs and saving lives
Why your food bills could be set to rise, and just how well do you know your neighbours?
Paula White sits in for Stuart and wants to hear about your best summer holidays.
Superstitious nonsense, why arenât we helping Pakistan more and Nantwich's newest beer.
Beccy pretends to be Esther Rantzen and meets a man with an odd-shaped potato.
Stuart speaks to a local WAG to find out whether enough wealthy people shop in our region.
Are bus passengers in Stoke friendly? Plus the holiday nightmare of a Silverdale family
Where you'd like to see blue plaques to commemorate a famous person or event in the area.
Stuart hears why there's a finely-chiselled lump of sand in the Potteries Shopping Centre.
Legal expert John Glanfield is on hand to answer your questions.
Conversation and debate with Stuart George, on the programme that gets things done.