Keith Middleton in for Colin. All the latest on plans to reorganise Shropshire's schools.
Keith Middleton sits in for Colin, presenting continued coverage of the royal wedding.
Keith Middleton sits in and asks which major events you witnessed first-hand.
Keith Middleton sits in. He brings you chat and some great music.
Colin finds out how your old vinyl collection may be increasing in value.
Colin talks to Chris Clark from the British Library about their Sound Map of Britian.
Colin chats to guide book author Mike Parker about rambling in Shropshire.
Colin with chat and some great music.
Colin finds out why more and more girls are joining up to the scouts.
Colin finds out about a new form of golf which sees the course cut down to just 9 holes.
Colin tries to get into Rory McIlroy's head after his Masters meltdown over the weekend.
Colin gets a few hints from bookmaker Paddy Power ahead of the Grand National tomorrow.
Colin chats to former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan.
Colin chats to top chef James Martin about his latest book.
Colin gets a run through of the plans for next year's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Colin talks to Fiona Philips about the difficulties facing 50-somethings looking for work.
Col talks to political correspondent Paul Rowley about Ed Miliband's forthcoming nuptials.
Colin talks to Francis Beckett about the men who were very nearly prime minister.
Colin gets some cooking tips from the chef of another of Shropshire's best restaurants.
Col looks forward to the start of the Formula 1 season with the BBC's Lee Mckenzie.
Colin keeps you up to date as the 2011 budget is announced.
Colin gives you the afternoon off, and asks what will you be doing with it?
Colin celebrates 5 years of Twitter and looks into plans to axe health and safety laws.
Col dons his red nose and gets ready to celebrate Comic Relief.