BBC : Berkshire
27  novembre     11h11
Reading Film Theatre blames Covid for closure after 50 years
   Reading Film Theatre says dwindling audiences could naturally be attributed to Covid-19 concerns .
26  novembre     16h08
Colby Lawton death: Man sentenced for murdering baby son
   James Lawton is sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison for killing his one-month-old baby.
    15h33
Ex-Newbury PC would have been sacked for racist comments
   A disciplinary panel has found PC Perry Greenhalf made racist and homophobic comments whilst on duty.
    12h36
Shani Warren: Man charged with murder over 1987 death
   The body of Shani Warren, 26, was found gagged and bound in a lake.
    08h13
Queen’s pantomime costumes displayed at Windsor Castle
   Windsor Castle displays pantomime costumes from the Queen’s childhood as part of an exhibition.
    09h33
Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire
   The latest number of cases of Covid-19 across the county
25  novembre     15h52
South Central Ambulance Service seeks military help to cope with demand
   South Central Ambulance Service hopes the assistance will provide 10 more ambulances per day.
    14h17
Protest over plans for homes on Maidenhead golf course
   Campaigners protest plans to earmark a golf course for 2,000 new homes in Maidenhead.
24  novembre     16h10
Maidenhead United v Chesterfield: Covid-19-hit Magpies call off another game
   Maidenhead call off Saturday’s National League game at home to Chesterfield - their second successive postponement because of Covid-19.
    14h44
Man given life sentence for Reading stabbing over prank
   O’Neal Joseph is jailed for life for killing Yannick Cupido in Reading on Valentine’s Day this year.
    14h05
PC Andrew Harper’s widow wins bid to change law
   Ministers back Lissie Harper’s campaign to jail those who kill on-duty police and 999 workers for life.
    17h45
Reading stabbing: Woman in hospital and man arrested
   A man has been arrested in connection with the attack on an 18-year-old in Reading.
    14h33
Wokingham Christmas market delayed over skate rink issues
   Wokingham Borough Council rethinks plans following teething problems with its Cantley Park rink.
    12h31
Apology after Windsor and Maidenhead graveyards left in ’sorry state’
   A contractor blames staff shortages for cemeteries in Windsor and Maidenhead becoming overgrown.
    12h13
John Fleck: Sheffield United midfielder discharged from hospital after collapse at Reading
   Sheffield United midfielder John Fleck is discharged from hospital after collapsing during their win away at Reading on Tuesday.
23  novembre     14h54
Man found guilty of Caversham murder over prank texts
   A jury finds O’Neal Joseph guilty of murdering Yannick Cupido in Reading on Valentine’s Day.
    11h06
Christmas 2021: Car wrapped in 2,000 lights to tour England
   The car will begin its journey in Bracknell on Thursday and finish in Blackpool on 19 December.
22  novembre     16h11
Bracknell underpass death: Police drop murder investigation
   Agapito de Sousa was discovered in a walkway beneath a roundabout in April.
21  novembre     16h54
Boy seriously injured in Slough after being hit by car
   The four-year-old was taken to hospital, where he remains with serious injuries.
18  novembre     17h38
Raheem Hanif: Father describes fatal attack on son
   Raheem Hanif died from a stab wound to his chest after being attacked in February.
    14h08
Reading Prison: Donors could top up arts venue bid, says MP
   Campaigners want to incorporate a Banksy artwork into a new arts venue at the former jail.
17  novembre     17h36
Reading: Championship club deducted six points for breaking EFL financial rules
   Championship side Reading are deducted six points by the English Football League for breaching financial rules.
18  novembre     12h45
BBC South presenter reveals he made ’necklace out of teeth’
   BBC South Today presenter Tom Hepworth made the confession during the regional news programme.
17  novembre     15h52
Girl, 7, sets up glass recycling service in Bracknell
   Eloise has set up a glass collection service for residents after learning about recycling.
    14h43
Reading football fan with Tourette’s makes plea over abuse at games
   Kieran Challis wrote an online post to raise awareness with other football fans about his condition.
    16h22
Queen seen in first engagement since Cenotaph absence
   The 95-year-old monarch had missed the Remembrance Sunday service due to a sprained back.
16  novembre     19h17
University staff to strike in December
   Staff at 58 universities will go on strike, causing disruption for students in the run-up to Christmas.
25  novembre     17h42
Newbury PC made racist and homophobic remarks, panel finds
   A tribunal rules Perry Greenhalf committed gross misconduct while working for Thames Valley Police.
16  novembre     11h20
Slough doctor suspended over ’sexually motivated’ Whatsapp messages
   Dr Mazhar Khan sent his colleague more than 200 Whatsapp messages, a tribunal hears.
    17h00
Berkshire NHS staff could strike over reorganisation worries
   About 120 jobs were transferred to NHS Property last month, with about 50 staff set to strike.
15  novembre     13h13
Berkshire schoolchildren warned of ’pain’ of knife crime
   Dr Mark Prince’s son Kiyan was fatally stabbed while breaking up a fight at school.
    13h51
Illegal racers targeted by speed watch groups in Bracknell
   Community speed watches involve neighbours using speed-recording technology to monitor vehicle speeds.
14  novembre     12h36
Plan to replace Slough’s Queensmere shopping centre
   Developers have applied for permission to demolish a shopping centre in Slough.
12  novembre     12h43
Reading TikTok star lands role in West End musical
   Hannah Lowther began singing on social media when she took a job in a supermarket during lockdown.
19  novembre     18h49
Yannick Cupido: Fatal stabbing was self-defence, court hears
   O’Neal Joseph denies murdering 24-year-old Yannick Cupido in Reading in February 2021.
17  novembre     16h45
Covid: When can teenagers get a second dose?
   All 16 and 17 year-olds in the UK can now have a second dose 12 weeks after the first.
27  novembre     17h34
How many cases in your area?
   Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
    16h11
What are the Covid variants and will vaccines still work?
   A new Covid variant has emerged that looks worryingly different to the one vaccines were designed to fight.
    18h00
Covid: Will there be another lockdown in the UK?
   England’s Covid rules are being strengthened in response to the Omicron variant
    17h52
What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings?
   Face coverings are set to become a legal requirement in England again.
22  novembre     10h29
Covid: Who can have a booster jab and how can you get one?
   All over-40s will be offered a booster vaccination, and pregnant women are urged to get jabbed.
10  mai     17h16
How do we know Covid vaccines are safe?
   Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines.
09  novembre     10h52
LGBT fertility policy: Influencers say guidelines place ’unfair financial burden’ on them
   Influencers Megan and Whitney Bacon-Evans say rules place unfair financial burden on LGBTQ people.
19  octobre     05h37
Heaviest’ kidneys removed in high-risk operation
   Warren Higgs speaks before and after having his kidneys, which weighed more than five stone (35kg), removed.
16  octobre     07h56
TikTok user claims she gets banned for being plus-sized
   Christy Collins, from Reading, says she is temporarily banned after being reported by other users.
27  septembre     23h08
London Marathon: The man hoping to skip over the finish line
   Rajinder Singh, aka the Skipping Sikh’, is taking part in this year’s London Marathon.
27  juillet     05h31
Watch: Celebrations as swimmer wins gold in Tokyo
   Watch what happened when Team GB swimmer Tom Dean’s family and friends gathered in his mum’s garden to watch him in the 200m freestyle final at the Tokyo Olympics.
22  juillet     09h35
Master distiller brings gin back to home town Henley-upon-Thames
   Jacob Wilson overcame illness to set up the first distillery in Henley in 270 years.
05  juillet     23h05
Bafta-nominated young game designers take on real-world issues
   Bafta’s nominees for Young Game Designer of the year tackle important issues for a new generation.
08  juillet     23h01
Ricky Gervais reflects on The Office’s success
   On the series’ 20th anniversary, the BBC shows never-seen-before interview clips with Ricky Gervais.