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Julia with Eva Lambert of the Selby Globe Cinema on the Oscars and her passion for film
Looking ahead to North Yorkshire's weekend with Julia.
Julia talks to Mike Tomlinson about this year's Yorkshire Marathon taking place in York
Julia hears memories of the Futurist Theatre after the news that it is to be boarded up
Julia talks about St Nicholas Fair in York and other Christmas fairs in North Yorkshire
Julia talks to some North Yorkshire Dr Who fans about tonight's 50th anniversary edition
Julia looks back at BBC Children in Need night and what we've done in North Yorkshire
Julia hears from the organiser of the oldest choir in the world and a Care Award winner
Julia hears from a York volunteer on the 60th anniversary of the Samaritans
Seaside happiness: a new study suggests we are happier by the sea.
Steve Bailey sits in to look ahead to North Yorkshire's weekend with Julia.
Steve Bailey spars with Leicester's petitioner over where to bury the remains of Richard
Julia talks to cast members of Blood and Chocolate, the production in the streets of York
Steve Bailey hears why the York Wheel will be taken down this weekend
Steve Bailey finds out about road closures in York for the big cycling event today
Steve Bailey with double amputee James Simpson set to take part in Ripon's Spartan race.
Steve Bailey sits in to look ahead to North Yorkshire's weekend.
Scarborough tourism: Good news for businesses as the number of visitors rise this year
Steve Bailey asks if zero hour contracts are right and how to "upcycle" in Kirbymoorside.
Steve Bailey finds out about a special mole check, a free skin check up day in Scarborough
Steve Bailey previews tomorrow's Jane Tomlinson Run for All York 10K
Love 60 years on, Julia hears from a York couple remembering the "forgotten war" in Korea.
Steve Bailey sits in to looks ahead to North Yorkshire's weekend.
Julia talks to former acountant and now vicar, The Reverend Jane Nattress, after 9am.
Julia meets Scarborough's newest MBE, and talks to Brian Richardson about surviving cancer