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Do you ever check your BMI? We discuss how accurate the methods are to diagnose obesity.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Have you ever ran a red light? A number of drivers are taking chances at traffic lights.
Jeremy Sallis with the essential news, travel, weather and sport.
Prayers in meetings? When and where is it appropriate to pray?
If you don't speak the language... migrant workers' living conditions under the spotlight.
Who would be a taxi driver? Fuel, fights, fares and stress.
Investigating why plans to fill empty homes with council tenants aren't working.
Will new initiatives stamp out child poverty in Cambridgeshire?
The cost of operations means more and more owners cannot afford to keep their pet alive.
A Facebook group in memory of murdered Cambridge man starts campaign against knife crime.
How shortfalls in local council pension schemes could impact on their budgets.
We look at how many women are fleeing domestic violence.
Could a new smartphone app mean you can create your own bespoke dreams?
Councils spend over £880m a year on street cleaning; so why's Cambridge (full of) rubbish?
Andy Gall sits in with Easter Monday breakfast - news, music, weather and travel.
Paul Stainton sits in with the essential news, travel, weather and sport for Good Friday.
Reaction to the hosepipe ban which comes into force at midnight.
Professor Steven Hawking backs a local campaign to stop plans to extend a Cambridge hotel.
What impact do late opening hours have on Cambridge City centre?
How our pubs could be saved by local Cambridgeshire communities.