The P pod – 12 November

Claire and Joff bring you news and stories from across the Petersphere.

This week, you’ll hear from local historian and author Diana Syms about a new book which chronicles the history of policing in the town; you’ll meet the owners of a new barber’s … with a difference; and there’s some more getting-to-know-you time with local buskers.

Plus, the latest Petersfield news with Dave Bowers, James Robbins with the local sport, Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walk, Martin Bamford’s Money Moment, Richard Marks’ weather outlook and the atmospheric sounds, words and music from Sunday’s Remembrance Day parade and service.

The P pod is produced by volunteers at Petersfield Community Radio.

To get involved call 01730 555 500 or email pod@theppod.uk.

The P pod – 5 November

Claire and Joff bring you news and stories from across the Petersphere.

This week, how the Kings Arms charity helps young people in Petersfield, the Petersfield organisation that helps schoolchildren in Kenya, and what was your most disappointing foreign trip? We meet the couple from Sheet who went all the way to Japan to watch England’s Rugby team lose in the final.

Also, the latest Petersfield news with Dave Bowers including details of the Petersfield food outlet which only scores a hygiene rating of one, James Robbins with the local sport, our Recipe Exchange comes from Russia with lovely meatballs,and we have details of Sunday’s Remembrance Day parade and service, including where you can and cannot park.

The P pod is produced by volunteers at Petersfield Community Radio.

To get involved call 01730 555 500 or email pod@theppod.uk.

The P pod – 29 October

The podcast for and by the people of Petersfield. Joff Lacey and Claire Vennis are back with the latest P pod.

Say hello if you see them around town …

This jam-packed edition includes interviews with Vicki Ostersen, from Treefrog Art, who tells you all about the Big Draw Festival, at St Peter’s Church; HomeStart Butser’s Nicola Winter and Terry Doubleday; and Petersfield Musical Festival’s director of music, Philip Young.

And if that’s not enough, actor Hugh Bonneville kicks off our recipe exchange with … a cocktail!

Everything Petersfield is in the P pod.

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