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Hear clips of some of the best bits of BBC Radio Berkshire.
The Spandau Ballet star and his band are opening the Rewind Festival.
Emma Lobo talks about how Berkshire have taken on Sport England's This Girl Can campaign.
Ian Mucklejohn from Newbury became Britain's first 'surrogate dad'...
Chris Mears told us about his excitement at coming home to Reading after his Rio triumph
Emma Spruce told us about the illness that forced Graeme Thomas to pull out of the Games
Windsor soldier Richard Jones talks about balancing the military, with magic
Paul Tapley from Maidenhead Aquatics talks about how to look after a real 'Dory'...
All you need to know about Reading FC from the BBC Radio Berkshire team.
Reading FC owner says the fans play an important role in decisions made at the club.
The new Reading boss is confident of an impressive first season in charge.
Journalist Louis Massarella puts a popular name in the ring for the new Reading boss.
Ex-Reading player Glen Little gives his views on Reading's current managerial situation.
John Hartson says Chris Gunter and Hal Robson-Kanu are vital for Wales in the Euros.
We look at the contenders (and one long shot) for Reading's next manager.
Ex-Reading player/manager Mick Gooding has his say on Brian McDermott's sacking.
The stories you need to hear from the news desk at BBC Radio Berkshire.
The Berkshire born poet Pam Ayres has written a poem for the Olympians.
A group of lads from Derby left their night out to chance, and ended up in Reading
Andrew chats to Slough Town's Neil Baker & Sean Fraser about their new stadium.
Andrew takes calls as the lights fail on the UK's busiest motorway junction.
Andrew Peach speaks to Bill Rogers, Amber's Grandfather
Doreen Pechey took up dancing 10 years ago, and has just passed grade 6.
As David Brent hits the big screen, Cllr Rayman Bains talks about his love for the town.
A minute of wisdom and inspiration from Berkshire’s priests, pastors and ministers.
The latest recipes from our chef Paul Clerehugh. (.pdf)
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