BBC Radio Gloucestershire joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Laura wakes you up with an early mix of music, chat, and a delve into the papers.
Martin Surl talks about his role as Gloucestershire’s first police and crime commissioner.
A childhood bereavement charity based in Cheltenham celebrates 20 years.
With Kate Justice. Gloucester Academy appeals for book donations from local people.
The comedian speaks ahead of her show ‘Better the Devil You Know’ at the Stroud Sub Rooms.
Which way will The Church of England vote on a decision to allow female bishops?
Keith brings you great music and guests including the soul jukebox and his 60s expert.
Wind up the evening with great music and calls.
Tuesday 20 November 2012