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Jeremy Sallis with the essential news, travel, weather and sport.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Jeremy Sallis finds out how there IS such a thing as a free lunch.
Jeremy Sallis has the day's news. Investigating if you can teach community pride.
Jeremy meets the Keeper of the Keys at Sidney Sussex College. Plus the day's news.
Asking why 10% of pubs in Cambridge have closed in the past year.
Jeremy Sallis finds out how Matt Baker is getting on in our county.
Jeremy Sallis with the day's news. Asking how we should stop street drinking.
Eyesores and Vampires feature as Jeremy and the team wake you up with the day's news.
Grot spots, the Cambridgeshire accent and more feature in Tuesday's show.
With a new way to stay safe, warm and well this winter.
Asking if a ripple effect in the housing market is leaving people in Ely homeless.
Jeremy shows true grit as he finds out where this year's salt supplies are coming from.
Finding out why a CD of birdsong is being used to entice the real thing.
Jeremy Sallis wakes you up with some exclusive Olympic news.
Jeremy Sallis with the day's news. Finding out about the science behind fireworks.
Villagers meet to discuss how 9,000 new homes could potentially come to Fulbourn.
A special investigation into the difficulty of getting a roof over your head in Cambridge.
Jeremy Sallis presents the day's news including concern about a rise in abandoned horses.