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Senior presenter Alan Cosh and young Lucy Davies join you for today’s Morning Report. We have news of another school facing a Coronavirus case, a popular town restaurant reopens today and one big building in Petersfield is being lit-up to help the theatre industry tonight.
P pod presenters Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey meet Caroline Pring and Paul Setford, from Annie Jones restaurant, in Lavant Street, ahead of its reopening on Wednesday, 30 September.
Manager Sean Ridley explains the changes he’s made to re-open the performance space, and reveals why he chose Hamilton as the opening movie to test the new arrangements.
Claire Vennis and Dave Bowers round-up the day’s local information and news stories for Petersfield and its villages. Today, a Petersfield entertainment venue reopens, and the Taro Fair has new dates.
Harrison RB and James Birdseye bring you today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. Today’s stories include a Police appeal and the cat who moved to Petersfield.
Meet the Petersfield man who built a secret pub in his back garden. The private publican, known only as Simon, rustles up several versions of a much loved British classic for Kate Fairweather.
The Taro Fair is confirmed to be back in town this year, we hear of a Covid case in a local school, and there’s controversy over people in our area who go to the Isle of Wight for testing.
Michael Auger and Suzie Wilde bring you up to date with the latest information from Petersfield and its villages. Today we discuss mast obedience, town pedestrianisation and what happened when Michael and his Collabro colleagues went into the recording studio this week.
Hear how Sharon made her way through cancer to continue her career and why she believes you don’t need a formal Art School education to make it as an artist.
A taste of autumn with Suzie Wilde and Raine. For Suzie, this season marks the start of new relationships and projects.
Alan Cosh and Lucy Davies bring you today’s update of local information. Today – what do Petersfield people make of the new Covid-19 restrictions? We talk to restaurant and pub managers and regulars.
This week, presenters Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey visit the multi-faceted Meon Springs, in East Meon, where they meet owners Als and Jamie Butler – plus there’s music from Tash Hills.
Laura Sheppard and Suzie Wilde have your essential local information for today. Also Laura talks about a new arts and entertainment programme coming soon and Suzie learns how a calendar works.
Today, Harrison RB and James Birdseye bring you up to date with the local news, James Robbins has Petersfield’s weekend sports results and Kate Fairweather checks today’s forecast.
This week, Suzie takes Richard and and Lois to Blackdown Sussex, to admire the outstanding views and take a moment to reflect on Alfred Lord Tennyson.