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How a Worcestershire primary school plans to celebrate a big anniversary.
The Herefordshire village of Pembridge is going back to 1953 to experience the Jubilee.
Hear from the boffins who brought Radar to Malvern 70 years ago.
In Open All Eras we go back to the 1920s at Herefordshire’s Croft Castle.
Hear how the Wye Trow will be officially named in Hightown this weekend.
The Bulls need to win or stare relegation in the face, we'll weigh up their chances.
How parts of the Malvern Hills, not clearly seen for years, can now be seen for miles.
We're at a new specialist record store in Great Malvern which largely sells vinyl.
We visit the café on the edge of the Malvern Hills that was a watering hole of Elgars.
Vinyl records make a come back in Malvern.
Hereford United's result from Friday.
The weekend starts here as nothing is out of bounds with Dave.
Simon Rose looks ahead at the latest film releases.
We’re at a Worcester pharmacy which opened it’s doors for the first time in 1916.
Behind the scenes at Tenbury’s Regal cinema to see the restoration work.
You can have your cake and eat it as a new shop opens in Upton-upon-Severn today.
We preview the first Welsh Borders Area point-to-point at Whitwick Manor in Herefordshire.
We lift the rug on local history - discover the origins of carpet making in Kidderminster.
How has its first week gone and what's in store for the future?
Tony Fisher sits in, with music from The Rolling Stones, Love Affair and The Monkees.
Mike Wyer sits in. The weekend starts here as nothing is out of bounds with Mike.
The new year weekend starts here as nothing is out of bounds with Dave.
The festive weekend starts here as nothing is out of bounds with Dave.
Music from the '60's, Sam Cooke, Sam McKenzie, Smokie Robinson and the Supremes.
Worcester Warriors v Exeter Chiefs, we look ahead to today's game.
And Mike Wyer continues his exploration into one of the oldest estate agents in Stourport.
We hear tributes from Duncan Fearnley, Phil Neale, the Reverend Mike Vockins.