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BBC Radio Shropshire
It’s your home – but your teenager’s smoking in it. And memories of protests and rallying.
Who was your male role model when young? Are there enough male teachers, do we need more?
Degree from university or life’s lessons? Happy with the route you took?
How do you address adults? Mrs Julie Jones, Mrs Andrew Jones, Mrs Jones – or mum!
Time to Change aims to end discrimination faced by people with mental health problems.
Moved by being close up and personal with the Pope or faith battered by disaster?
What’s been on your mind this week? The Papal visit or dangling on the telephone?
Pilgrim Pack ready? You will need a Pilgrim Pass – unless gout means you can’t come.
Leftovers – headed for the bin or whipped into delicious autumnal recipes?
An assertiveness trainer tells you how to say no... or is that yes.
Jenny's lived in a man's body for over 50 years but this week's surgery will change that.
Shropshire MPs and council representatives thrash out where the cuts will bite.
Shennan chats about her new shop – Penny about toddlers (and parents) coping with nursery.
Listeners respond to the story of the US church that plans to burn copies of the Koran.