Joe Theobald, aka DJ Captain Wormhole, Looks at all things vinyl
A YEAR on from their first Swindon show, the Swing Birds have some celebrating to do.
TWO men were arrested on suspicion of supplying hard drugs after police dog Charlie sniffed out a large amount of cash.
THE most head-scratching moment of the past week occurred when a colleague passed on a link to the SATs tests for 11-year-olds.
Larmer Tree Festival is giving a sneak peak of the hottest shows travelling to the Edinburgh Fringe this summer.
THE Songs of Hollywood promises to take audiences on a nostalgic journey through the golden age of American cinema at the Wyvern tonight.
The Grumpies are back with another outrageous and hilarious live show.
STAND-up and fierce left-winger Mark Steel never felt the need to seek out his birth mother - until he had a child of his own.
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FOOTBALL boss and legend Dave Turner will be remembered by hundreds this weekend as players take to the pitch in memory of the much-loved 52-year-old.
SWINDON Town chairman Lee Power has revealed his frustration at supporters who question his method of running the club.
ALMOST a third of children in Swindon under the age of five have tooth decay, new figures have revealed.
A CHILD sex abuse investigation into Sir Edward Heath that has cost £367,965 so far is "proportionate", a police chief has insisted.
NEVER meet your heroes, they say, it can only lead to crushing disappointment.
DRIVER faced miserable conditions in and around Swindon today as rain continued to fall with Dorcan Way now having been closed.
Wiltshire playwrights are being urged to put pen to paper to come up with an original one act play.
A musician is more than £220,000 worse off after his wheelchair-accessible recording studio is demolished.
A COUPLE are appealing for the return of a phone with family pictures on it after it was left on a Stagecoach bus.
Ecologists check the banks for the Kennet and Avon Canal for badger setts amid fears they be damaging the supporting walls.
Folk troubadour Beans On Toast is stopping off in Swindon as part of his Small Town Celebrations Tour this month.