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Andrew discovers the future of Reading Abbey in this current financial climate.
Andrew talks to a school hoping to take advantage of the new school system.
Maggie Philbin takes a peak at the newly refurbished Hindu Temple in Reading.
We find out what happened to Neil the dad-to-be stranded in Dubai due to the ash cloud
Andrew gets the latest gossip from this year's Chelsea Flower Show.
Andrew finds out how the Royal Berkshire Hospital hopes to save money.
Andrew speaks to the Mum of a boy who can't find a secondary school due to his dyslexia.
Andrew talks to a pensioner stung by online games and Maggie Philbin learns to play Polo.
With Ash and strikes there is a lot of disruption to air travel, Andrew finds out more.
Andrew finds out why primary schools are struggling to cope with the rise in school places
Live from the Royal Windsor tattoo with a look links between the military and the town.
Andrew talks to the Maidenhead MP, Theresa May, as she takes on the role of Home Secretary
With Maggie Philbin out and about in Berkshire in the radio car.
With Maggie Philbin. Look out for Maggie broadcasting from your part of Berkshire.
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Join Andrew Peach as he rounds up the full election story in Berkshire.
Andrew with Berkshire's General Election results.
Sarah Walker sits in and Maggie Philbin visits Berkshire's first open MRI Scanner.
Hear from the main election party candidates during the final full-day of campaigning.
Maggie Philbin looks over the skyline as she celebrates the Windsor Wheel's 5th year.
Andrew speaks to General Election candidates in the Reading East constituency from 9am.