Berkshire's Bajan community share more details about their new heritage project
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Your requests and a show about Sir Winston Churchill
Your requests and a rare track from a rare show about Sir Winston Churchill.
Hear clips of some of the best bits of BBC Radio Berkshire.
Team Nuts, from Reading, feature in the first episode of the new series
The BBC's Nick Higham on how aides sought to use snaps of Prince to distract from protest
The BBC's Justin Webb on his son's Type 1 Diabetes - a condition he shares with the PM
Angy King on her job as Reading Women FC's chaplain.
Reverend Peter Jackson's church is 200 yards from the scene of the attack on Nice.
The Windsor MP gave his reaction to the news that Theresa May will become Prime Minister
Sarah Walker takes Alan Johnson back to his 'Sunday home' in Slough for 20 years.
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.
Route will link railway station with Thames Valley Business Park.
Plans would see 1500 homes and new schools built on green space.
We went to Maidenhead to ask whether they'd like to see their MP become Prime Minister.
Josh Goodall, friend of Wokingham's Wimbledon star gives his match prediction.
Wokingham's Wimbledon star says he almost quit the sport earlier this year.
Cllr Alan Macro on why he's angry West Berks residents can no longer use certain tips.
Disability campaigners go to Courts of Justice to get Reading traffic lights switched on.
A minute of wisdom and inspiration from Berkshire’s priests, pastors and ministers.
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