Chris speaks to a Gloucestershire woman who's been in two violent relationships.
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We hear from a woman who survived domestic violence and now lives in Gloucestershire.
A Stroud businessman reveals all after inventing the UK's first 'wind energy-powered' car.
Chris goes foraging in Stroud and is joined Reg Moule to answer your gardening questions.
Chris finds out how Gloucestershire businesses are coping with the economic downturn.
Chris goes searching for mushrooms in the wilds outside Stroud and more on road safety.
Chris looks at safety on Gloucestershire's roads.
Chris has motoring news and begins the build-up to this year's BBC Children in Need.
Chris has hair doctor Stuart Holmes in the studio to give you the winter hair trends.
It's Anti-Bullying Week and we hear about a local girl's troubles and her story since.
Chris looks at the surprising large numbers of young carers in Gloucestershire.
Chris gets to grips with basic first aid aimed at parents with young children.
Chris has your reaction to Gloucestershire County Council cuts and expert debt advice.
Author Jilly Cooper chats to Chris and Living Longer looks at ageing populations.
Chris hosts a special panel, talking about some of the issues around living longer.
Living Longer continues as we ask whether grandparents are expected to provide childcare.
Silvia Simms chats to Chris about how we can think ourselves into feeling younger.
Faye Hatcher sits in and meets a young man who has been through the foster care system.
Faye Hatcher sits in and meets a local boy who broke a record for swimming the Channel.
Chris continues his series looking at children and young people in care.
Chris continues his series focussing on children in care in Gloucestershire.
Chris has the first in a special series looking at children and young people in care.