This week George Roberts is joined by Kieran Bell and Adrian Williams to discuss the biggest stories around Maidenhead. The group discuss the council's controversial proposals to reduce council tax support for its most disadvantaged and vulnerable residents, and look at a group of angry taxi drivers who feel they do not have enough spaces to park up while waiting for customers. The team then talk about Maidenhead's new street art mural and talk about what new art they would like to see in the town.
George Roberts is joined by Grace Witherden and Amy Horsfield to discuss the upcoming closure of the Brett Foundation's drop-in centre in King Street, and speculate where it could move on to. The team also look back at the damage caused to the town by Storm Ciara and a church working with Tesco to stop food going to landfill.
The reporting team give their thoughts on the proposals for next year's budget, discuss the problems with the town's buses, and look at the Bray DJ who is auctioning what could be the first ever Beatles record played on air.
George Roberts, Kieran Bell and Georgina Bishop discuss the latest Crossrail delay, look back on the work of an inspirational mum who lost her battle with cancer, and speculate what TV series could soon be filming at Bray Studios.
George Roberts, Kieran Bell and Georgina Bishop discuss the sinkhole that's caused chaos in Maidenhead, complaints about a town centre multi-storey car park and an appeal to find the family of a Second World War pilot shot down over France.
George Roberts, Kieran Bell and Georgina Bishop analyse the general election results in Maidenhead, Beaconsfield and Slough, look at the reaction to a controversial 150-home development in Bray that got rejected by the planning authority, and discuss the 16-year-old aiming to be the youngest person ever to fly solo around the world.
George Roberts, Kieran Bell and Jade Kidd chat about the general election and the candidates standing in Maidenhead and Beaconsfield, check in on a hospice nearing its funding target, and discuss pensioners lending their time to a Twyford school to help children with their reading.
George Roberts, Kieran Bell and Georgina Bishop talk though Maidenhead United's potential stadium move, the breaking up of a large-scale steroid gang and two Thomas Cook workers who got their jobs back.