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Chris Mann sits in at breakfast time. He'll be raising eyebrows and raising smiles.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
We look at the industry in the light of recent scandals, from the home of horse racing.
Investigating why Cambridgeshire's NHS 111 helpline still has not launched.
As the Queen comes to Cambridge, we'll be speaking to people who'll be meeting her.
Join Paul Stainton and the breakfast team who'll be raising eyebrows and raising smiles.
With a special focus on immigration, Paul will be asking how it affects you.
Paul bids farewell to one of the county's craziest sportsmen.
Should the law on immigration be changed to help businesses in our county?
Investigating the mystery of Cambridgeshire's sugar beet farms.
We find out why more need to take on second jobs to pay their bills.
Live from the A14. We ask if it should be expanded, and if so, who should foot the bill?
Ronnie Barbour sits in, and finally reveals the new leader of Peterborough City Council.
We explore how Cambridgeshire County Council has changed following the local elections.
Find out how desperate parents are to get their first choice school for their children.
Is 65 too old to find a new job? Paul speaks to a man who started a business in his 50s.
What is planned for the final day of election campaigning for the county council?