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Richard Fleming says islanders should consider the role poetry can play in everyday life.
BBC Radio Guernsey gives young islanders a chance to have their say on current affairs.
A Guernsey politician describes how someone aggressively drove a car "at him".
A local boxer says winning gold at the Commonwealth Games is all he can think about.
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The Lihou warden recalls a wonderful moment as Dutch visitors reveal all.
Student Matt Bougourd and politician Deputy Matt Fallaize debate the future of education.
Journalist Andrew Feinstein visits Guernsey to talk about his book on the arms trade.
Students at Les Voies School look back on their night as "police detectives in training".
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Former headmaster Peter Sherbourne offers his views on the two school option.
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