Episode 112 in which Rachel Nemeth, Hugh Fort and Tom Canning discuss the week's headlines including why tankers are thundering through Caversham and the volunteers looking to cook 250 meals a day for the needy.
As well as all that we've a new feature - Indie Corner - where we highlight a local business every week plus we chat to Anne-Marie Beatty at the Grumpy Goat about the big move to Smelly Alley. Like our intro music? It's Real Life by Reading's own Twin Sun.
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The headline stories discussed on this weeks podcast:
Why Thames Water tankers have been rumbling through Caversham
What time does lockdown start and what are the rules?
Meet the charity that wants to cook 250 meals per day for the needy in Reading and beyond
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