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Joe's live from a pub in Roade where they will be holding a royal wedding street party.
BBC Radio Northampton
Robert Quinney, who's playing the organ at the Royal wedding, speaks exclusively to Joe.
Adrian Lee, Chief Constable of Northants Police, spends an hour taking questions.
Users of a mental health respite centre in Kettering fear proposed County Council cuts.
Kevin Saddington sits in. News and an entertaining start to your day in Northamptonshire.
Stuart Linnell sits in. News and an entertaining start to your day in Northamptonshire.
Helen Blaby sits in. Work starts on a new 50 cell police custody centre at Brackmills.
Helen Blaby sits in. A new orbital cycle route opens in Northampton - The "Norbital."
Helen Blaby sits in. Underhand tactics or a good marketing ploy? Corby targets shoppers.
Helen Blaby sits in. Local news and an entertaining start to your day in Northamptonshire.
Helen Blaby sits in. A fire overnight has gutted the Boot Inn in Wollaston.
With a mix of local news and an entertaining start to your day in Northamptonshire.
Helen Blaby sits in with Saints ticket reaction and finch trapping.
Northampton Saints make it through to the semi-finals of the European Heineken Cup.
Joe meets Tom Messenger from Creaton, who will ride 'Surface to Air' at Aintree tomorrow
A Sainsbury's could replace Thrapston's livestock market which is moving from the centre.
A Taiwanese company opened in Corby in '09 promising 500 jobs in return for public money
An advertising campaign is launched today to counter negative perceptions of Muslims.
The Police pledge to do all they can to avoid accidents rising as speed cameras are axed.
Today sees the official disbanding of Northamptonshire's Casualty Reduction Partnership.