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Is it time to look at apprenticeships in a new light? Marie talks to Wiltshire teenagers.
Hear from the Wiltshire woman who has made a film about mental health for Time to Talk Day
Deadly household appliances & how a popular breakfast cereal is made (not knitted!)
A Salisbury-based foster parent talks about the pressures on the fostering system.
The looming home care crisis threatening the independence of older and vulnerable people.
A Malmesbury woman has climbed Everest, Kilimanjaro & run the London Marathon five times!
The Swindon woman who has been single-handedly helping homeless people for over a year.
We find out where you might safely get the best holiday deal once the UK leaves the EU.
Starlings on Salisbury Plain and the search for Wiltshire's food & farming heroes.
Sue Davies sits in. Money saving boiler repairs and a Wiltshire farmer's castaway tracks!
How Wiltshire's rural shops survive & TV presenter Michaela Strachan talks Winterwatch.
SDH's Chief Executive & David Cameron's trade envoy to the US writes a letter to Obama.
State pension inequality & the launch of a new Crimestoppers committee in Salisbury.
Hear from The Dogs Trust about the latest surge in unwanted breeds.
The 67-year-old Salisbury woman who went on a trip to India to relive her hippy days!
Sue Davies sits in. The 98-year-old veteran who goes to the gym for two hours a day!
Sue Davies sits in. The Swindon man who lists buildings across UK & 2017's first full moon
Sue Davies sits in. Credit card debts & Chippenham's female blacksmith.
Graham Rogers sits in. The government’s plans to overhaul mental health services.
A former Olympic Swimmer wants you to swim for charity & how to have a "good" divorce.
Two former pupils remember the circus lions that went walkabout in Devizes School in 1980.
British film producer Lord David Puttnam & is there a volunteer shortage in your area?
Marie talks to former Radio 1 DJ Mike Read & what will 2017 hold for Wiltshire farmers?
Have your say via calls, texts, emails and Facebook on your talking points.
Major works on rail lines across Swindon and Wiltshire may cause problems this Christmas.
Hear all of BBC Wiltshire’s 12 choirs of Christmas singing seasonal songs.
Sue Davies sits in. How 'smart' gifts could result in your home being haunted next year.
Allsorts Community Choir in Chippenham & celebrating Christmas after life-saving surgery
What is a Christingle service & how Women's Aid helps at Christmas in Swindon?