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Dyslexia never needs to be a barrier to success.
An angry caller expresses her dismay at new health guidelines.
We find out what it's like to work in the education sector in 2017.
The new £1 coin is released next month in an attempt to beat the forgers.
Mole hills are popping up all over Berkshire so we called in Jeff Nicholls, Mole Catcher.
All the latest sports action from the BBC Radio Berkshire team.
John Swift says Reading are playing well and can use that confidence in the season run-in.
Danny Williams says the next few games will show what the Royals are made of.
Hungerford Town boss Bobby Wilkinson wants to keep pushing on after signing new contract.
The Royals boss is not panicking despite the defeat against play off rivals Huddersfield.
Ed Stroud, from the Injured Jockeys Fund, wants to adapt the way jockeys approach racing.
Team GB's Jack Beaumont is hoping he can have a settled year after turbulent 18 months.
Team GB rower Will Fletcher knows there are fewer seats to fight for ahead of Tokyo 2020.
The stories you need to hear from the news desk at BBC Radio Berkshire.
The husband of the late MP Jo Cox has launched a special event to commemorate her life.
UK's only wolf conservation opens its doors to the public.
TV Auctioneer Thomas Plant came across some astonishing finds in the Reading suburb.
The work is the result of a £800,000 investment to improve the centre.
New technology will allow people to recognise when someone is having heart trouble.
People were left with full bins and a note reminding them what can't be recycled.
Heathrow Airport has received an influx of the flowers ahead of Valentines Day.
Would you like to see your local music venue celebrated? Do you know an influential singer or producer who deserves to be recognised?
The latest recipes from our chef Paul Clerehugh (.pdf).
Join Bill Buckley and the Radio Reads panel on the first Tuesday of the month as they decide on the next book.
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