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Nicki Whiteman sits in. Real lives and compelling stories with a human touch.
Henry Kelly sits in. Real lives and compelling stories with a human touch.
Truths about the first humans inhabiting Britain and Shakespeare's first theatre.
If the school holidays are winding you up, find out what there is to do this weekend.
Jane Walton, a local historian, tells us more about knitting during the World War Two.
Newbury Racecourse enters its busiest week and Henry finds out how to run a racecourse.
The Sandhurst tug-of-war youth team prepare for the national championships.
Find out how to watch Reading FC and what is the perfect day out for a football widow.
Tom Beckett and Dee Coventry talk Trading Standards in this week's consumer panel.
Henry is joined by Berkshire's family historian to find out more about workhouses.
Ian Trenholm on the Royal Borough taking the lead in David Cameron's big society.
Henry Kelly meets Capt Mike Authers, who has formed the Bomb Disposal Re-Enactment Group.