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Jonathan Fido tackles issues from a faith perspective, including the county church news.
Saturday music and conversation (you'll find Swindon Town commentaries on FM and DAB).
Rhiannon Fitz-Gerald sits in. Swindon Museum and Art Gallery is hosting the exhibition.
Sue's regular Saturday game - today it was comedian Frank Skinner. Did you get it?
The Swindon-based National Trust has its AGM today amidst the Stonehenge Tunnel debate.
Graham finds out all about what's happening as Salisbury's annual Carnival comes to town.
Finding friends at a Great War Memorial
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Saint Lull created the town of Bad Hersfeld after studying at Malmesbury Abbey.
Staff at GWH in Swindon have been finding out using Virtual Reality
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James has Afternoon Tea with Swindon's Wyvern Theatre Director, Derek Aldridge.
James catches up with Alan Power, Head Gardener at Stourhead.
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