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BBC Hereford & Worcester
What is it about Worcester that gives it the edge during the recession?
The parents of a two-year-old cancer patient on the treatment that saved their son’s life.
How will Becky from Bewdley do this weekend on BBC1's The Voice?
It’s Eurovision weekend. Can Englebert Humperdinck re-live the glory days of the 1960s?
Howard Bentham and Toni McDonald with the best start to the day: news, sport and laughter.
What's changed since the damning CQC report? We’re at the Alexandra Hospital to find out.
We hear from the Stourport woman who has been in Greece for the past 25 years.
The Redditch Diamond Jubilee street party organisers who won't pay for their party.
We explore the reasons behind a new report which says that there aren’t enough houses.
Meet the blacksmith who’s making an alternative Olympic torch.
The Hereford man who'll be in surgery just days after carrying the Olympic torch.
We’re investigating the finances of the NHS in our area.
We’re on the picket lines as the PCS union withdraws its labour to protect pensions.
We’re in Hereford with the Queen’s choir as they tune up for the Diamond jubilee.
We'll be at the preparations for the Hereford May Fair in the city centre.
We’ll have all the reaction to the local election results live from the counts.
How Nazi memorabilia will help raise money for a memorial to World War II SAS heroes.
After all the rain, find out why this area is still officially in drought.
Latest on Herefordshire man John Sorbo who has been arrested by the authorities in Sudan.