Faye is joined by Adam Hart to answer all your science based questions.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Author Andrew Morton speaks to Faye about a new biography focusing on the royal wedding.
Local counsellor Sue Christy joins Faye to give advice on dealing with extended families.
Illustrator Axel Scheffler chats to Faye about some of his drawing in children's books.
Kate Clark sits in and continues BBC Radio Gloucestershire's 70s music special.
Faye hears about an Easter Hunt that doesn't involve finding chocolate eggs.
Kate Justice sits in with updates from the Badminton Horse Trials.
Kate Justice sits in and meets last years winners at the Badminton Horse Trials.
Kate Justice sits in to look for Bluebells in the Forest of Dean.
Kate Justice sits in and finds out about the Badminton Horse Trials.
Kate Justice sits in to discover if camping makes you happier.
Faye reports from a huge Family History event taking place in Gloucester.
Faye finds out if a 2 hour marathon time is a future possibility.
How nesting birds build nests from scraps of rubbish - from knitting wool to cat fur.
With prices set to rise, Faye discovers how much an Easter egg will cost this year.
Faye hears from Waking the Dead creator Barbara Minchin, who looks back at the series.
Kate Justice sits in and looks at the dangers of using sunbeds.
Faye is joined by Ian George to preview this year's Cheltenham Jazz Festival.
Dom Joly discusses performing stand-up comedy for the first time.