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Pete Wilson visits the Dr Jenner's House museum in Berkeley
Pete WilsonDr Jenner's House
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Twigworth is Dom's "Village of the Week"
Actress Lisa Maxwell joins Claire for a chat about living life in the county.
Claire CarterLisa Maxwell
A group who support families on low incomes in Stroud has helped its 1000th family
Anna KingAnna King
Reaction to yesterday's announcements
Mark CummingsChancellor's Autumn Statement and Spending Review
Plan that says where and how many houses can be built formalised by Stroud Council
Mark CummingsStroud Local Plan signed off
Kate chats to 2 ex-miners in the Forest of Dean & finds out about water vole conservation
Kate ClarkMining heritage in the Forest of Dean, sweet chestnuts & water voles
Les Ruck shares his memories of working at Northern United Colliery which closed in 1965
Mining in the Forest of Dean
Cheltenham Town goalkeeper Dillon Phillips on the 1-1 draw at home to Forest Green.
Dillon Phillips on Cheltenham 1-1 Forest Green
Forest Green midfielder Darren Carter after his side's 1-1 draw at Cheltenham Town.
Darren Carter on Cheltenham 1-1 Forest Green
Cheltenham Town midfielder Harry Pell after his side's 1-1 draw at home to Forest Green.
Harry Pell on Cheltenham 1-1 Forest Green
Forest Green boss Ady Pennock after his side's 1-1 draw at Cheltenham Town.
Ady Pennock on Cheltenham 1-1 Forest Green
Cheltenham Town boss Gary Johnson after his side's 1-1 draw at home to Forest Green.
Gary Johnson on Cheltenham 1-1 Forest Green
BBC Wiltshire and BBC Radio Gloucestershire are challenging their Breakfast presenters to take on The Pudsey Pilgrimage Marathon.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire’s documentary recreating Laurie Lee’s journey has been awarded silver at the International New York Radio Festivals.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire goes behind the scenes of a different village each week.
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