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James Beagrie lifts the lid on how the travel industry operates, how his company is helping customers who booked Thomas Cook holidays and why he thinks the effects of the collapse will be short-lived.
This time Dawn Clare and Rob Carr answer your questions about food, fitness and health.
Enjoy this pre-release taster edition of our new magazine show, The P Pod.
Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks explains why our weather has gone downhill faster than a tin bath on Butser.
The warm dry spell is coming to an end. Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks explains when and why.
Suzie and Raine circle the perimeter of Stansted Park and then consider the importance of reminiscence. Well, Suzie does while Raine just pants.
Cash is no longer king on the high street and funeral directors want a better reputation.
There was a buzz about Buriton when the Petersfield and district Beekeepers Association held its annual honey show.
Dawn Clare and Rob Carr challenge local actor Joff Lacey on his progress as he battles to fit into his costume in time for opening night of Brassed Off in October.
A new risk to children online, the stuff we buy late at night and have you started your Christmas shopping yet? You have?… you’re not alone.
Suzie considers Autumn while navigating obstacles in Buriton Chalk Pits.
You’ll see a colourful new mural at Petersfield Railway Station soon, designed by year 7 pupil Roisin from Tilmore.
Indications of Autumn as we move firmly into September from Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks.
What does housing market data mean for the value of your home and how many days per year do you spend travelling to and from work?
Suzie reflects on the nature of deep roots and friendship as she and Raine enjoy a new vista revealed by recent clearances.
Local actor and radio presenter Joff Lacey joins Dawn and Rob as he shapes-up for his role in the forthcoming production of Brassed Off.
Local meteorologist Richard Marks reviews the local conditions for August and looks ahead to the first week of meteorological Autumn which starts this Sunday, 1 September.
It’s Suzie Wilde’s birthday. To celebrate, here’s a riverside walk just outside Winchester, said to be a favourite of Keats.