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Former Reading captain Ady Williams brings all the reaction to Tuesday night's game.
We find out about safety after the fire at the Atomic Weapons Establishment Aldermaston.
Reading's Chatham place development could be changed because of expense.
It's been rumoured for years - but is Reading finally getting its own IKEA?
We take a closer look at the future of mental health care within the NHS across Berkshire.
Taxi drivers in West Berkshire agree to hold a vote of no confidence in the council.
Lembit Opik and Chris Huhne talk about the Lib Dem Conference from Liverpool.
Andrew looks back on the Popes visit and the beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman.
Andrew is joined by Debbie McGee. They're live from the Royal County of Berkshire Show.
Pupils and teachers from south Oxford school, The Oratory, prepare to sing for the Pope.
Roger Protz of the Good Beer Guide explains why micro-brewing is important.
Historian Jon Cooksey, Lady Bader and Sydney Camm tell of Berkshire's involvement.
Barbara Parry is a senior research dietician and explains her watercress findings.
Chief Officer for Hampshire Fire and Rescue John Bonney on the fire in Basingstoke.
Andrew has an exclusive interview with the head of the South East Counter Terrorism Unit.
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Burglaries have doubled in some parts of Berkshire find out how you can protect your home.
Leigh Martyn's Father went missing on the 15th August and is still missing.
Action Aid's James Boakes from Langley, talks about the flooding in Pakistan.
David Milliband, Ed Balls and Diane Abbott join Andrew to discuss the Labour leadership.
Maggie Philbin goes behind the scenes at Legoland,Windsor, to find out how it's built.
As the Irish Guards prepare for a tour of Afghanistan, we are in Windsor.