The Soul Show (17/06/2018)
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Jaki Graham talks to Edward Adoo about her experience of inter-racial relationships
Debbie Young-Somers speaks to Caroline Godden about her role at St Albans Cathedral.
Blind and visually impaired group take part in Luton carnival for the first time.
Glenroy Campbell from Luton confronts kids who carry knives
The Archbishop of Canterbury speaks to Mike Naylor after marrying the royal couple.
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The best unsigned music from across Beds, Herts and Bucks with Gareth Lloyd.
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