We're also looking for the biggest, deepest holes in the road as we award our POT-SCARS.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Hear the woman who's daughter died weighing 40 stone. Should her girl have been sectioned?
We hear from the Moreton-On-Lugg woman visiting her sister when the earth shook!
The best start to the day, with news, sport, travel and laughter.
Adoption rules are to change which will mean older couples will be encouraged to adopt.
We'll be live at a Hereford theatre that's had a record year.
Ten years since foot and mouth hit our counties when animals were slaughtered and burned.
The latest figures show the West Midlands hit again as more are jobless in our region.
Find out about our Noah's Ark Trust Big Makeover - did we manage to do it in one day?
As our Love Lives On Appeal comes to an end, we're marking it with the Big Makeover.
We turn over to the B side - as we continue our vinyl revival!
We celebrate the music that never went away, just got stored away, vinyl.
We also celebrate the motorcycle with local roots now worshipped by thousands in India.
The woman who escaped the Egyptian unrest is planning to take her family back this week.
Can we afford to be green? We'll be visiting one Herefordshire manufacturer to find out
We mark Facebook's birthday, looking at its huge impact and the many ways you use it.
Is time running out to keep Hartlebury Castle open to the public?
When is a pub not a pub? When it's something else. Our local is on the change.