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Unsigned artists from in and around the Petersfield area play and discuss their music with Mandy P. It’s an all-female edition this week to mark International Women’s Day. Includes Amba Tremain, Hannah Reem, Charlotte Neal and Tash Hills.
Ahead of International Wwomen’s Day. Can you name four women that are your female inspirations? Well let, Dave Williams, Suzie Wilde, Laura Sheppard and Noni Needs give you some ideas.
It’s March and there’s a lot to be getting on with in the garden as Spring begins and the days grow longer. Ann-Marie and Claire discuss what seeds they’ve started to sow and where they’ve sown them – let’s just say there’s not a lot of space in their kitchens.
Suzie is joined at Buriton by some old friends and they begin to feel optimistic in warm sunshine. One of them is a doctor who says the hospital is coping well.
For International Women’s Day, try a Balkan recipe. It’s a heavenly smelling cheese bun/scone.
It’s March! And with lots of suggestions for outdoor activies, Didi the police dog, a 60 second history from Petersfield Museum and funky Havant based band Barbudo.
This week Meg and Sacha discuss all things beauty, hygiene and sanitation.
Georgie and Thaïs chat to Suzie Wilde about why the centre was set up and future plans; there’s an ongoing appeal for help.
In today’s local news, a motorcyclist from Petersfield is recovering from serious injuries after a crash on a residential road, Petersfield’s food bank gives a shout-out for supplies, a new Bicycle Buddies scheme aims to attract local riders back onto their bikes and the Petersfield Twinning Association has captured its story in song.
Ray Vogt of the Petersfield Twinning Association has used part of his lockdown to write a song to honour Petersfield’s relationships with its two twin towns in France and Germany. All together now…
Noni Needs and Stephen Martin take a romp through your comments on the proposed changes to Petersfield town centre. It’s a heady mix of surprise, outrage, resignation and the bright ideas you’d expect from Shine Radio listeners.
In the local news today, Petersfield students are getting ready for a return to school in a week’s time, Police in Petersfield have recovered camera equipment and want to return it to its owner, Bell Hill will be closed for up to four days from Thursday and the winning numbers in this week’s East Hampshire Community Lottery are out.
This week, what the implications are for other workers after the Über ruling; what’s happening with bitcoin; there is support for renters being sought; where is price inflation headed; and how are our house prices affected by being in the National Park.
Mandy P shares music released and performed by musicians in and around Petersfield and speaks to them. Hear from local musical talent and visiting artists who are popular in Petersfield venues. Plus, Mandy is chatting to Jack Evans from Colour of the Jungle, Jimbo Loverug and Callum Gardner about their new releases.
A view from the East Hampshire MP’s office. Damian Hinds shares his perspective on the vaccine rollout locally and looks ahead to the budget scheduled for Wednesday.