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Student Matt Bougourd and politician Deputy Matt Fallaize debate the future of education.
We hear calls to bring back what's described as Guernsey's "beautiful central market."
As the education debate gets underway, we hear from the Chair of Guernsey's Youth Forum.
We speak to the founder of a project helping people with depression.
Pupils at 8 Bailiwick schools are being asked to run or walk every day for 15 minutes.
Stormy weather is blamed for a build up of plastic debris at the Portinfer Firing Range.
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Tom Girard brings you local music from some of Guernsey's talented new bands.
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