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Emma asks are there any good people left in football?
John Ford sits in for Emma and takes your calls on the day's news in Somerset.
Emma Britton brightens your Saturday morning.
Do we have to sacrifice countryside to have enough electricity?
Does the NHS need fixing and how many supermarkets does a town or city need?
Should we be politically closer to Europe or the US & where else should smoking be banned?
How would you cut the police budget and who are the winners in the injunction debacle?
Is the weight loss industry a rip-off and should people who use lots of water pay more?
Is it too morbid to make plans for your death and should plastic bags be banned?
Has life got tougher for disabled people and should Ken Clarke resign?
Will you go to see the Olympic torch and is changing the House of Lords a waste of time?
Does Somerset need more war memorials and how much should be spent on overseas aid?
John Ford sits in for Emma Britton and takes your calls on the day's news in Somerset.
Emma broadcasts live from Durleigh reservoir on board the BBC Somerset Bus.
Emma takes your calls on the day's news in Somerset.
Emma broadcasts live from College Green in Westminster.
John Ford sits in for Emma Britton.
Car versus train travel and does your bank do a good job?
Did you vote against the coalition and should teenagers be taught to say no to sex?
Should Bin Laden photos be released and do points on a licence make you a bad driver?
A local election debate with the leaders of the main political parties in Mendip.
Emma asks do you support changing the way we vote & discusses impact of Bin Laden's death.
Emma broadcasts live from the Kingsbury May Festival on board the BBC Somerset Bus.