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Golden moments from BBC Three Counties Radio this week - audio highlights you might have missed, or even want to hear again!
For your chance to listen again to the week's highlights on BBC Three Counties Radio, tune into 'The Vault' every Sunday afternoon from 3.00pm until 4.00pm with Kelly Betts.
Big events, big personalities and big news stories - listen again to some of the best bits from BBC Three Counties Radio's Vault here...
Every Sarturday morning you'll find Gill Gauntlett in the green house! This week she spoke to Pippa Greenwood about an up and coming event...
Treasure Quest is Beds Herts and Bucks' very own treasure hunt! There are six NASTY little clues, set by Ashmead and the Evil Production Team!
Andy Gelder, along with the contestants in the studio, and the Cluehunter in the Radiocar... try to solve these little puzzles to lead them to the Treasure before time runs out!
This week, in a desperate bid for pantomime stardom Lorna Milton's 'out and about boy' Tim Wheeler travelled the three counties meeting top talent tutors who all claimed they could make our performing monkey a star... It was then down to Tim to decide which talent he should take to an exclusive audition at the Milton Keynes Theatre. After a week of testing his out his talent he decided to audition with a bit of opera...
The week we heard the news that the son of the great train robber, Ronnie Biggs, had urged the Justice Secretary, Jack Straw, to review his decision to deny his father parole. Biggs was part of the gang that stole millions from a mail train in Buckinghamshire in 1963!
Luke Ashmead was standing in for JVS in the consumer clinic and asked the listeners whether criminals being punished enough nowadays?
Keith called the programme from Hertfordshire and told Luke about the time he spent in prison....
One lady from Bletchley has achieved something pretty special by becoming one of just three European finalists in a very prestigious initiative award.
Her name's Lisa Warner and she joined Helen Legh in the MORNING MK studio!
With the world still reeling from the news of the death of Michael Jackson, Mark Lester, who was a close friend of Jackson, and godfather to the singer's three children, joined Roberto Perrone on Drivetime...
Over the past fortnight we've been holding our very own version of Wimbledon on BBC Three Counties Radio..
It's called SWINGBALLDON, pretty much the same as the famous tennis competition but with swingball and Three Counties Staff!
Evil Luke Ashmead from Deception and Stephen Rhodes from the breakfast show battled it out in the final LIVE on Stephen breakfast show on Friday... They decided to play the best out of three, it took them a while...
last updated: 06/07/2009 at 12:26