The Royal Berkshire extends the services it is able to provide for stroke patients.
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All the plans for the Arborfield Garrison when the Army vacates the area.
Ryeish Green leisure centre closes next month, John Heggardon tells Andrew the reasons.
The repatriation of guardsman Christopher Davies from the Windsor based Irish Guards.
Andrew hears Chris' story, who turned to alcohol after his marriage breakdown.
Andrew finds out what impact having a regular glass of wine with your evening meal has.
Andrew finds out the impact of the 24-hour drinking laws passed five years ago.
Andrew gives you your essential guide to Children in Need across Berkshire and on the BBC.
All the latest news on the police inquiry following the serious incident in Sunningdale.
All the reaction to the royal engagement from around the world and live from Bucklebury.
Maggie Philbin meets Marissa, a 13-year-old carer from Bracknell, looking after her mum.
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Andrew investigates the plans to close five day centres in West Berkshire.
Andrew finds out the Royal Berkshire Hospital's scheme to reduce bed blocking.
John Shaw talks about the role families play helping to care for the older generation.
Andrew launches a special week of programmes looking at life as we get older.
Phil Gayle finds out if Windsor's fire crews will be needed to cover the proposed strikes.
Maggie Philbin visits Thames Hospicecare in Ascot and finds out about the refurbishment.
Maggie Philbin goes behind the scenes at Pinewood studios.
Andrew finds out more about the memorial plaque donated to Reading museum by SPP pumps.
Debbie Heffernan from the Age Concern day centre in Woodley talks about its funding.