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Dee Coventry and Tom Beckett talk about Council Tax bands.
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Lorna Stanley talks about the project aiming to get young and old generations together.
Simon Beasley, Reading Borough Council's traffic manager explains how traffic lights work.
Henley Literary festival organiser Sue Ryan joins Anne to discuss the festival.
Weekend Warm-Up with Reading’s South Street Art Centre manager John Luther.
Henley Literary Festival for a quiet read next week or a discussion with some top authors.
The granddaughter of Commander Charles Lightoller on real the reason the Titanic sank.
Peter Goodacre, who has just been appointed president of St John Ambulance, joins Henry.
Henry gets advise on how to deal with children and grandchildren going to university.
South Street Arts Centre's John Luther picks the best local events this weekend.
Baptist minister Andrew Waugh and Anglican Vicar Louise Brown discuss the Pope's visit.
Christina Parker from the River and Rowing Museum explains Henley's links to rowing.
Mayor of Basingstoke Keith Chapman joins Henry to talk about his role.
A chance to get involved in the weather forecasting process - Dr Liz Bentley explains how.
Phil finds out all about the Henley Show in the Weekend warm-up.
Real lives and compelling stories with a human touch.
Diura Stobart explains the history of Bracknell's highwaymen.
Matthew Jackson from Berkshire, Bukinghamshire and Oxfordshire wildlife trust joins Phil.
Robert Trevor from Pangbourne tells his story of evacuation from London during the Blitz.
Anne gives you the best guide to what to do this weekend in Berkshire.
The consumer panel gives advise on writing your will and selling your house.
One of the earliest windows in Britain has been discovered in a church in West Berkshire.