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Who’s on Shine Radio?

Meet the team and discover what you’ll hear on Petersfield’s new radio service

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Growing Together

The brighter gardening show with Ann-Marie Powell and Claire Vennis. Grow with us every month.

Talking Books

Published author Suzie Wilde and bookshop owner Tim O’Kelly explore their love of books, the joy of stories and the craft of writing.

the P pod

Petersfield people and Petersfield stories, every week with Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey.

Wilde Walks

Inspirational walks in beautiful countryside around Petersfield with Suzie Wilde and her labrador Raine.

Petersfield Weather

Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks draws on decades of experience observing the weather conditions in our unique local microclimate.

Sports Chat

Comedian Alistair Barrie joins Dave Bowers and James Robbins for lively chat around current sports issues

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the P pod – live from TheStudio@TPS

the P pod – live from TheStudio@TPS

Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey present a star-studded night of live entertainment direct from The Studio @ TPS to mark fifty editions of the P pod. Guests include actors Hugh Bonneville and Abigail McKern, Petersfield celebrity Michael Auger from Collabro and local country artists Ward Thomas play live.

Morning Report – Wednesday 28 October

Morning Report – Wednesday 28 October

James Birdseye and Lucy Davies present essential information for Petersfield and its villages. Today, appeals from the police, a new fine dining restaurant is planned for our town and we look ahead to plans for Remembrance Sunday.

Morning Report – Tuesday 27 October

Morning Report – Tuesday 27 October

Claire Vennis and Dave Bowers bring you today’s essential information for Petersfield and its villages. Plus, Claire and Dave reflect on a rare live show that took place last night in Petersfield before a sell-out audience.

Morning Report – Monday 26 October

Morning Report – Monday 26 October

Dave Williams and Alan Cosh present today’s essential Petersfield information. Kate Fairweather looks ahead to the weather conditions for Monday, and James Robbins rounds-up the weekend’s Petersfield sports results and news.

Morning Report – Friday 23 October

Morning Report – Friday 23 October

Suzie Wilde and Dave Bowers present essential local information from Petersfield and its villages. Today, the PACT Christmas Lunch is called off, a local pub changes hands and we update the latest on our Crowdfunder appeal to help isolated and lonely people hear live church services.

Morning Report – Thursday 22 October

Morning Report – Thursday 22 October

Suzie Wilde and Dave Bowers present essential local information from Petersfield and its villages. Today, the PACT Christmas Lunch is called off, a local pub changes hands and we update the latest on our Crowdfunder appeal to help isolated and lonely people hear live church services.

Morning Report – Wednesday 21 October

Morning Report – Wednesday 21 October

Lucy Davies and Laura Sheppard are here with your essential local information for this wet Wednesday.
And, good news… James Birdseye is back on air after his hospitalisation with Covid-19. He drops in for a chat.

Talking Books – October 2020

Talking Books – October 2020

It’s Halloween. Tim hates ghost stories and Suzie loves them. That’s not their only difference of opinion. Tim meets Bob Stone, owner of Write Blend books in Liverpool, and I talk rainbow shelfies and Giles Coren’s end of books with author and bookstagrammer Mel Rogerson.

Money Moment with Martin Bamford

Money Moment with Martin Bamford

Help with energy bills if you’re struggling, more evidence of booming housing prices, a big fine for BA, possible fraud in the Furlough scheme and how would you like cashback without having to make a purchase?

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As a not-for-profit project run by volunteers in the local community we rely on the generosity of people like you.

Please consider making a donation to support our volunteers and to help provide Petersfield with the radio service it deserves.

Church service crowdfunder

Our crowdfunder campaign is now closed and we have exceeded our appeal target.

Thanks to you we can now plan to bring live services from St Peter’s Church to the widest possible number of radio listeners, including vulnerable and isolated people in our area.

Donate

We have no paid staff, directors or shareholders so every pound you give goes directly into the project.

You can pay online with a Debit or Credit card via PayPal.

To make a BACS transfer contact us for our bank details.

Lottery

Buy tickets in the East Hampshire Community Lottery.

When you choose Petersfield Community Radio as your good cause we receive 50p for every ticket you buy.

Supporters

We’re proud to be sponsored and supported by local companies and organisations. You can support our project too.

Petersfield Town Council awarded our volunteer team a grant in January 2020 to help develop the 24 hour radio service. With the council’s support and further fundraising we launched Petersfield’s Shine Radio on 15 August 2020.

Give time

Project volunteers have fun making radio programmes and help to run things behind the scenes.

We rely on a wide range of skills, both technical and creative so if you’re reliable, commited and community-spirited join our team.

Open invitation

Whether you bring years of radio experience or just a passion for Petersfield, everybody’s welcome in our volunteer team.

Open up

Find the unique personal stories and experiences of Petersfield people. Take the initiative and make great radio.

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Learn media skills alongside broadcasting and journalism professionals who live locally and support our project.

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