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Harrison RB and Dave Bowers round up the latest news and information from across the Petersphere. Plus you’ll hear from Tilmore-based costume designer Nicole Small.
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 …
Laura Sheppard and Suzie Wilde round up the latest news and information from across the Petersphere – featuring Julia Dean, the latest writer to have a monologue performed in the virtual Petersfield Shakespeare Festival.
Michael Auger and Noni Needs round up the latest news and information from across the Petersphere – featuring Steven Watts, Petersfield Men’s Shed chairman.
This week, presenters Claire and Joff visit One Tree Books, where they speak with owner Tim O’Kelly. There’s music from former Churcher’s College pupil Alec Murray, suggestions on what to do with a cauliflower … and plenty of laughs too.
Alan and Harrison round up the latest news and information from across the Petersphere, including an interview with Winton Players’ chairman Ryan Watts.
Petersfield Community Radio reporter John Welsman paid a return visit to Gallery No 30 to find out, from owner Fifi Crowley, how lockdown has affected the business and what her plans are for re-opening.
Every week, Martin Bamford compiles a selection of money stories that will help you keep in touch with our changing world as you consider how best to spend and invest.
Laura Sheppard and Harrison RB round up the latest news and information from across the Petersphere as we start another week in Petersfield.
Michael Auger and Noni Needs with you your daily round-up of local news, information and stories from across the Petersphere – featuring Churcher’s College Director of Music, Helen Purchase, on the school’s talented musicians’ virtual performance.
Suzie Wilde and Laura Sheppard bring you your daily round-up of local information, plus an interview with Fifi Crowley, of Gallery Number 30 and a snippet from one of the exciting performances in the Petersfield Shakespeare Festival’s 2020 online offering.
Beth Svarovska heads to Petersfield market and talks to some of the stall holders and shoppers to reflect on their experiences and their hopes as the town comes back to life.
This week, in a feature-length edition, Suzie is joined by fellow Petersfield Community Radio volunteer John Welsman, who is visually impaired.
Ulrike Jage, from Petersfield’s twin town of Warendorf, in Germany, spoke with Alan Cosh regarding life in lockdown for the town’s residents.
Today it’s the turn of Lucy Davies and Alan Cosh to bring you your daily round-up of local information for Petersfield and surrounding villages.