Wilde Walk – at Durford Wood with Christmas

It could be Scotland. Suzie pauses in a conifer wood, where loggers are clearing stands of trees. Raine chases a deer (the wrong way) as rain falls gently. What will Christmas look like for the Wildes? Icelandic! (This tradition is known as Jolabokaflod, which translates roughly to “Christmas book flood” in English.)

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is and pre-order a copy at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week. Or listen to the podcast at https://shineradio.uk.

Wilde Walk – at Langley with a scare

An old favourite and the autumn colours are splendid. There is talk of Dr Who and Saturday afternoons. What begins well ends well – but Suzie has a scare in the middle.

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week. Or listen to the podcast at https://shineradio.uk.

Wilde Walk – with Abigail McKern at Durford

Suzie and Abigail do a circular walk around Durford Mill on a sublime autumn day. They talk poetry – but why does Abigail sing to the deer? Abigail McKern has been interviewed before on Shine Radio: but never like this! The link to her YouTube channel Walking with Poetry can be found on our website. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoSAsWuTYq3bC7tRP9DOKkQ 

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week. Or listen to the podcast at https://shineradio.uk.

Wilde Walk – Rooky Wood

Suzie stands in a glade and considers dusk and colour, with a bit of the Scottish play thrown in. It was recorded just before lockdown – but her walks will continue, as before, to bring the outdoors in in the company of a friend. Plus, dog.

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week. Or listen to the podcast at https://shineradio.uk.

Wilde Walk – Iping Common

Suzie thinks about ghosts, seances, the pandemic and how WW1 and WW2 experiences of these foreshadowed today. But at Halloween, she also shares her own family’s hauntings. 

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week. Or listen to the podcast at https://shineradio.uk.

Wilde Walk – West Meon Trail

Suzie walks with Shine Radio presenters, Claire and Laura on the West Meon Trail, the un-used railway line between West Meon and Wickham.

Suzie would welcome supporters for the third book of her trilogy – Landfall. Find out the what the story is at:

https://unbound.com/books/landfall/

A new Wilde Walk airs on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and is repeated through the week. Or listen to the podcast at https://shineradio.uk.

Wilde Walk – Beacon Hill

It’s Suzie’s birthday! Join her, along with Richard and Raine, for a walk around the iron age fort.

An uninvited guest spoils the fun (and the recording!) in the form of a thunderstorm. It’s an easy, one-hour walk when the sun shines: perfect for a picnic – but this time, you’re invited to a glass of bubbly in Lois, the campervan.

You can now hear Suzie’s Walks on Petersfield’s Shine Radio every Friday and Saturday. Listen at https://shineradio.uk.

Wilde Walk: Langley

Look, Raine! Bunnies!: Suzie and her faithful hound ‘up by the radio mast’

This week, our wandering wordsmith, Suzie Wilde, takes her labrador, Raine, on a hot walk to Langley – and, en route, she makes a surprising admission about a problem when she took a Wilde Wee …

Wilde Walk: the birthday walk

Author, broadcaster, bardolator and all-round good egg Suzie Wilde and labrador Raine go on a birthday walk in this week’s Wilde Walk – complete with blue sky, sea and butterflies.

But it isn’t Suzie’s birthday … Confused? All will become clear.

What a view!

Wilde Walk: West Meon to Wickham

This week, in a feature-length edition, Suzie is joined by fellow Petersfield Community Radio volunteer John Welsman, who is visually impaired.

Me-on you and a dog named Raine …

During their walk, along the West Meon to Wickham trail, they discuss what it’s like to live with impaired vision and what colour is number 17. Cue lots of laughter, passing cyclists and – spoiler alert – talk of ghosts and parking issues.