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BBC Radio Shropshire
Mining is a dangerous job – Jim chats to Alan about being trapped in a Shropshire mine
Jim finds out what some people are doing for Children in Need around Shropshire
Jim chats to Mark Gibson and Jean Jarvis about local “not for profit” social enterprises
Jim chats to Nicky Clark about Anti-Bullying Week and listeners share their experiences.
Jim hears from parents who think their kids are growing up too soon – and not soon enough.
How happy are you and why? And find out about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Jim chats to locals on a Woodside bench and this week he’s hijacked before he gets there!
Planned changes will make it pay to work. Will they penalise those not taking job offers?
2 months ago Jenni’s life changed – we hear her experience of Gender Reassignment Surgery
Unpaid carers, train passengers as sardines and families stigmatised by their home area.
Long-term jobless? The Work and Pensions Secretary has plans for a Work Activity Scheme
Elliott Webb for Jim rounds up the week with sparkling conversations about your bonfires.
Elliott Webb in for Jim on shoes – museum collections and your ever-growing hoard!
Elliott Webb for Jim on cultural exchanges –Shropshire’s rural life compared to urban art.
Elliott Webb for Jim on village green status, millennium greens and open spaces.
Elliott Webb for Jim chats to people who live on Shropshire’s beautiful waterways