Mark finds out how the Public Sector Strikes are likely to effect Gloucestershire.
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Mark hears how Gloucestershire is successfully cutting down the number of girls arrested.
Mark hears about operations at hospitals in Gloucestershire that have had complications.
Former Gloucester star Phil Vickery joins Mark to discuss the current issues in the sport.
Mark asks if mathematics is becoming a dying art with Gloucestershire's next generation.
Mark finds out how much more expensive it is to run a car in Gloucestershire than in 2010.
Mark hears from residents in Cheltenham who want a weekly bin collection to return.
Mark has the latest on Kate Prout, as the police begin digging for her body in Redmarley.
Mark hears from a bakery in Newent which wants the community to take over its running.
Mark has your reaction to the latest news on the future of Gloucestershire's libraries.
Mark hears about the annual wild boar census which takes place in the Forest of Dean.
Mark hears about the financial cost of drugs being wasted in Gloucestershire each year.
Mark gets an estate agent's view on how Gloucestershire's housing markets are currently.
Mark takes you on a tour of Gloucester, exploring the city centre's hidden highlights.
Mark looks at the number of benefit fraudsters in Gloucestershire over the past year.
Mark hears about the future of Blockley's new comunity shop which may be forced to close.
Mark has the latest on Eliota Fuimano Sapolu rugby ban following his remarks on Twitter.
Mark reveals the route the Olympic Torch will take through Gloucestershire in 2012.
Mark finds out what changes to taxi rules may mean for drivers in Cheltenham.
Mark hears how the European debt crisis may affect businesses in Gloucestershire.
Mark hears why accidents in farming have become more regular in recent times.
Mark hears about possible plans to change some bus routes across Gloucestershire.