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Richard Green hosts a countdown of the official chart for this very week in 1993 and 1964
Steve Kitchen celebrates with listeners' memories of the music they grew up with.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire SpecialThe People's History of Pop
UK jazz singer Ian Shaw talking about his album…and trombonist Mike Innes.
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Graham PassSinger Ian Shaw and trombonist Mike Innes.
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Pete Wilson meets the team at Gloucester based engineering firm Helipebs
Gloucestershire's nature, rural communities and heritage in three hours of radio.
A relaxing start building to thought provoking news and features with faith in mind.
Johnny has new albums from Eleanor McEvoy, Flats and Sharps, The Black Feathers and more.
Eleanor McEvoy and Flats and Sharps.
Gloucester Rugby v Harlequins, FC Halifax Town v Forest GR and Cheltenham Town v Welling.
Gloucester Rugby v Harlequins
Great music and conversation on the only live lunchtime radio show in Gloucestershire.
Three hours of music, entertaining features, competitions and guests.
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BBC Radio Gloucestershire SportGloucester Rugby v Harlequins
Johnny CoppinEleanor McEvoy and Flats and Sharps.
Gloucester fly half James Hook post the 28-6 win over Harlequins at Kingsholm.
James Hook post Gloucester 28-6 Harlequins
Gloucester director of rugby David Humphreys after the 28-6 home win over Harlequins.
David Humphreys post Gloucester 28-6 Harlequins
Cheltenham Town boss Gary Johnson after his side's 2-0 win at home to Welling.
Gary Johnson post Cheltenham Town 2-0 Welling
Forest Green assistant manager Jamie Day post the 2-0 win at Halifax .
Day post Halifax 0-2 Forest Green
Gloucester lock Tom Savage on the 28-6 home win over Harlequins.
Tom Savage post Gloucester 28-6 Harlequions
Jordan Cranston after his full debut for Cheltenham in the 2-0 home win over Welling.
Jordan Cranston post Cheltenham Town 2-0 Welling
Steve Kitchen celebrates the People's History of Pop with listeners' memories of the music they grew up on and the bands they went to see.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire’s documentary recreating Laurie Lee’s journey has been awarded silver at the International New York Radio Festivals.
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