Listen to the experts
Petersfield meteorologist Richard Marks predicts the conditions we’ll experience this week, including the hottest day of the year so far and a likely humid and possibly stormy end to the week.
It’s a wildlife special edition of the Morning Report with Joff and Harrison, packed with information about local nature and Claire talks to Milland farmer Duncan Ascoli.
Longer payment holidays, some supermarket prices rise, the Bank of England rules on interest rates and quantitative easing and how worried are you about the standard of other people’s driving?
Suzie, Richard and Raine take to the water for a physically-distanced picnic with friends.
Food-loving James Fairweather shares tips on using-up all manner of ingredients you may have in your larder or pantry with Petersfield Community Radio’s Noni Needs.
Noni Needs and Laura Sheppard bring you today’s essential local information for Petersfield and its villages. We also hear from One Tree Books owner Tim O’Kelly and teenager Nina Vennis pens the latest entry in her Lockdown Diary.
Harrison and Noni present your fast, fact-checked package of essential information for Petersfield and its villages. Our guest is Ian Crossman from Churcher’s College which holds a virtual open day today.
Suzie Wilde and Laura Sheppard round-up the latest local information including food services and the latest stores to reopen in town. And we meet Katie Bishop of Petersfield Ladies Circle.
Joff and Stephen bring you the show today and we meet Shirley Leader, owner of Velvet & Rose boutique in Petersfield that reopened to customers this week.
Petersfield’s weekly news, views and personalities with Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey. Will Petersfield be pedestrianised? We meet one campaigner who wants a new relationship between traffic and people in the town.
Suzie finds herself in a twilight zone and reminds us how to be positive about small achievements.
Today, all about the new Petersfield Traders’ Forum with organiser Steven Watts and young farmer Lola describes life on the farm during a lockdown lambing season to teenage diarist Nina. Claire and Joff are your presenters.
A global finance leader says the economic effects of Coronavirus will last for a decade, young people are likely face the greatest financial hit. Also – do you pay your children to do work during lockdown?
Petersfield’s local brewery is launches a special beer in association with the location finding service What3Words. The beer takes its name from the What3Words code for the brewery’s location ///hence.mute.lizards
Noni Needs and Alan Cosh bring you essential information for Petersfield and its villages on the day the shops reopen. We also hear from Lesley Foulkes of Langham Brewery and Carolyn Jeffery from Academy Art and Crafts.