Dominic Cotter sits in and broadcasts from the Market Square in Moreton in Marsh.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Dominic Cotter sits in and meets a Churchdown woman who use to work at Bletchley Park.
Chris meets a Dursley mum whose son was left seriously ill after contracting meningitis.
Nick the Vet joins Chris to discuss how English Setters may be pushed towards extinction.
Chris hosts a debate looking at the challenges of an ageing population in Gloucestershire.
Chris hears from expert George Davies about the current state of the UK High Street.
With the price of metal soaring, Chris asks who's authorised to collect it in your county.
Chris meets a pub landlord from Stroud whose son is now the youngest licensee in the UK.
Professor David Nutt, a former government advisor, joins Chris ahead of a talk in Stroud.
Chris talks to a Stroud butcher to try and find out exactly what processed meat is.
Chris marks the centenary of Captain Scott and Edward Wilson's expedition to Antarctica.
Chris hears about courses being held across the county to help carers who feel isolated.
Chris catches up with the Cheltenham serviceman who is part of a team rowing the Atlantic.
Chris hears about a new project in Gloucester where retailers are sharing office space.
Chris asks whether twinning is a way of building strong relationships or is now outdated.
Martin Bruton from Gloucestershire Trading Standards joins Chris to take your calls.
Chris hears how Shropshire and not the Cotswolds are claiming they had the first Olympics.
Chris meets volunteers from the Gloucestershire charity, Listening Post.
Reg Moule joins Chris to answer your questions in the first gardening phone-in of 2012.
Chris meets Suresh Karadia who spent most of 2011 filming the now famous scenes in Libya.
Dominic Cotter sits in with the first in a series looking at the charity Help for Heroes.
Dominic Cotter sits in. Ainsley Harriott tells you how you can cook a family meal for £5.