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This week there are new tracks from John Kirkpatrick, David Rawlings, and The Breath.
Pete Wilson meets the former Mayor of Tewkesbury Pearl Stokes.
Build-up and interviews ahead of Cheltenham Town's and Forest Green Rovers' matches.
Post-match reaction and interviews following today's sport.
Faye Hatcher celebrates Gloucestershire's countryside, rural living and heritage.
Dom talks to the star of the one woman show Shakespeare's Will.
Hear clips of some of the best bits of BBC Radio Gloucestershire.
Forest Green Rovers duo Charlie Cooper & Scott Laird join Jonathan Ray in the studio.
A Gloucester man gave his tortoise the kiss of life after finding him in his garden pond.
David Eves created the models for the original Thomas the Tank Engine TV series.
There's a statue of George Whitefield at the University of Pennsylvania. But why?
New plans for the notorious stretch between the Air Balloon and the Cowley roundabout.
Debbie Manhaaver talks about the Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917.
Anna Rooke remembers her father William Bradwell who was injured at Passchendaele.
Dominic Jewel re-lives the week that Gloucestershire suffered serious flooding, ten years on.
Interviews, highlights and coverage of sport on BBC Radio Gloucestershire.
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