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BBC Radio Stoke
Stuart plays three hours of your christmas feelgood requests.
What are your rights if your Christmas plans are changed at the last moment?
Pharmacist Sean Woodward answers your questions. Call 01782 208008 (national rate).
Legal phone-in with John Glandfield, and advice on how to beat next month's VAT rise.
Latest on the snow and ice disruption across Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire and Cheshire.
International Development Minister, Stephen O'Brien, explains what our £8bn in aid buys.
Is there enough culture in Stoke-on-Trent's Cultural Quarter?
Conversation and debate with Stuart George, on the programme that gets things done.
Stuart asks if the banking bail-outs were daylight robbery or a life-saving injection.
Is Wikileaks right in disclosing secret documents or are some things best kept secret?
Jeweller David Alabaster answers your questions and offers ideas for Christmas presents.
We're on the streets of Stoke-on-Trent with the council's anti-littering enforcement team.
Stuart looks at the best ways to pay less for the things you want this Christmas.
Bird expert David Tideswell offers advice to help keep garden birds happy over winter.
Conversation and debate with Mary Fox, on the programme that gets things done.
Holiday phone-in with travel expert David Barrett. Call 01782 208008 (national rate)
A government scheme leaves a North Staffordshire woman without heating for nine months.
Stuart hears about Not Ashamed Day, where Christians stand up for their beliefs.