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Following the phone-in hour Kaye Adams hears about the increase in gluten-free food, we hear from the victim of a rogue trader and we find out about a shared space protest.
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3 hours

Last on

Thu 30 Apr 2015 09:00

Chapters

  • PHONE IN: Down’s Syndrome Test

    Kaye Asks: Is a new easy test for Down’s Syndrome progress?

  • Shared Spaces

    Removing railings, barriers & pedestrian crossings: Can the scheme in Kirkintilloch work?

  • What do you do if your child isn’t popular?

    Kaye asks what should you do if you have a child who isn’t one of the popular kids?

  • The Gluten Lie

    Is ditching sarnies a lifestyle option rather than a medical requirement?

  • Stay Connected

    Angus Purden drops in with the latest big stories that are trending across the internet

  • First time voters - what influences your vote?

    Kaye asks some first time voters what would influence their voting intentions?

  • International Jazz Day

    International Jazz Day - Kaye raises awareness of jazz as a force for peace

  • Rogue Traders

    Kaye finds out how we can all avoid getting ripped off by tradesmen.

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