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The Vice President of Media at Amazon talks about online purchasing this Christmas.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Manfred Kloeppel from The European centre for Medium range weather forecasts joins Anne.
Ady Williams brings and insiders Guide to the Newbury winter festival.
The repatriation of guardsman Christopher Davies live from Wootton Bassett.
Richard Poad from the Maidenhead Heritage Centre with the story of White Waltham Airfield.
Oonagh Mary-Parker confirms the date and venue for next year's royal wedding.
Anne talks to Slough Trading Estate's property manager Gareth Osborn.
Ady Williams gets a lesson in cooking from London Street Brasseries' Paul Clerehugh.
Phil Gayle finds out about Basingstoke's Dignity pet crematorium.
Jonathan Brown, the author of The Edwardian Farm talks about rural Berkshire.
Anthony Seldon, headmaster of Wellington College. joins Anne Diamond.
Phil Gayle meets Monty Taylor and Richard Bray from the Colostomy Association.
Dr Jeremy Spencer talks about the best diet to combat disorders in later life.
The consumer panel looks at ways to invest for your later retirement years.
Phil joins Antony Worrall Thompson at his Greyhound pub, teaching children to cook.
Mark Weldon, chairman of Berkshire's Royal British Legion, talks about The Poppy Appeal.
Phil Gayle talks to Professor Heinz Wolff about ways we can tackle elderly care.
Esther Rantzen finds out where to see fireworks across Berkshire this Bonfire Night.
Esther Rantzen meets Colin Reeve, a leadership coach, who believes karate helps you lead.
Esther Rantzen finds out the history of Wellington College.
Esther Rantzen finds out what it takes to coach our next generation of business leaders.
Esther Rantzen talks to Dr Charles Shepherd, medical advisor to the ME Association.