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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Jeremy Sallis with the essential news, travel, weather and sport.
Andy Gall sits in with the essential news, travel, weather and great music.
Jeremy hears from a 9-year-old Cambridgeshire boy hoping to get an A* grade GCSE in Maths.
Jeremy Sallis hears how Cambridgeshire farmers are using facebook to boost their profits.
Jeremy speaks to a man from Littleport, forced to eat his cockerel after noise complaints.
Jeremy Sallis hears from students around the county as they open their A'Level results.
Jeremy Sallis investigates the student housing crisis in Cambridge.
Jeremy Sallis assesses how a rise in train ticket prices will affect commuters.
Social media played a negative role in the riots, so Jeremy looks at its positive impact.
Jeremy Sallis has been training with Cambridge United ahead of the start of the season.
Jeremy speaks to some Cambridgeshire parents about their views of rioting youngsters.
Jeremy talks to a former local academic and Tottenham firefighter about the London riots.
Jeremy Sallis finds out more about email fraud that's happening in Cambridgeshire.
Jeremy Sallis hears how things are going for the Guided Bus on its first full working day.
Final preparations for the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway ahead of Sunday's big opening.