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Chiropodist Evelyn Burt and complementary therapist Sarah Finch join Phil.
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David Downes joins Phil to talk about the history of Reading Football Club.
Phil meets Sophia Edwards a nanny from Maidenhead who will be cycling across Vietnam.
Phil meets Richard Whennel and Terri Martin of Bracknell's Glee club.
Larry Grady tells Phil about his work for learning disabilities charity Dimensions.
Phil finds out about Maidenhead's Diversity Day with local Sikh Karnail Pannu.
Susanne Courtney sits in and meets historical author Helen Rappaport.
Bill Buckley talks honey roast ham, sausages and hot pear soufflés with Paul Clerehugh.
Susanne Courtney finds out why the availabilty of The Beatles to download is important.
St John Ambulance Commander Sharon Johnson attends the Woman of the Year Awards.
Det. Constable Harinder Singh, the first Asian policeman at Thames Valley Police.
Catch up on our top news stories plus health, lifestyle, and great Berkshire stories.
Paul Clerehugh gives us his recipes to help you raise money for Children in Need.
Karen Edwards joins Phil to talk about her nomination for the teacher of the year award.
Susanne Courtney meets local author and midwife Jennifer Worth.
Alan Grahame from Peppard Common talks about his career as a percussionist.
Susanne Courtney finds out about the world of burlesque from Nikki Campbell.
Susanne Courtney meets Steve Blethyn as he sets off on a trek across the Gobi desert.
Glen Harvey and Lucy Hewes talk about their careers and the formation of the Rock Choir.
Phil meets Molly Watts, who has won a national award for supporting the deaf and blind.
Harvinder Singh, Thames Valley Police's first Asian policeman talks to Phil.
David de la Harpe talks about his superhero canine crime fighters, Power Pups.