10:10am Friday 21st October 2011
2:16pm Tuesday 18th October 2011
The name Maria Jagusz at the top of a bill is always guaranteed to sell tickets. But this internationally renowned talented opera singer is now as happy preparing other people for the limelight as she is taking centre stage. She spoke to Charlotte Shepherd about her love of teaching.
2:34pm Monday 10th October 2011
For 20 years Operation Christmas Child has been sending shoeboxes crammed full of cuddly toys, sweets and everyday essentials to children abroad who have very little of their own. Charlotte Shepherd met Joan Townsend who helps to run the operation in South Cerney.
12:17pm Thursday 29th September 2011
1:00pm Friday 2nd September 2011
10:03am Friday 2nd September 2011
2:08pm Thursday 14th July 2011
1:10pm Tuesday 17th May 2011
Few societies can boast such longevity as that enjoyed by the Cirencester Society in London, which holds its 300th annual general meeting and dinner on May 20. Charlotte Shepherd met with a steward of this illustrious society.
11:11am Tuesday 17th May 2011
9:21am Tuesday 10th May 2011
On May 28 Amnesty International UK celebrates 50 years since its first campaign for the release of prisoners of conscience. Secretary of Cirencester Amnesty Group, Claire Morris, told Charlotte Shepherd how the local group would be marking the anniversary.